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How to follow Soccerbase: Betting tips and data sheet posting times, Bankroll Management, and Staking Plan

We aim to enhance your experience as our valued users by providing a clear posting schedule. This schedule will help you anticipate and get the most value from our tips and data sheets ahead of Euro 2024 and Copa America.

Posting Schedule

Data sheets will be posted on on TelegramTwitter/X, and Instagram.

In-play tipping sessions will be exclusively in Telegram.

All tips will be posted on the website and all social channels.

8.30 am - Accumulator & Bet Builder Data Sheets

10 am - 11 am - Game Previews & Bet Builders

5 pm - 10 pm - In-Play Tipping Session*

10 pm - Tomorrow's Tips

*On days with a 2 pm kickoff, In-plays will start from 2 pm.

Additional Bet Builder selections will be posted in Telegram after team news.

Bankroll Management

Proper bankroll management is essential for a profitable, long-term, more enjoyable betting experience. While money is personal, and everyone spends it differently, the system we use can be applied no matter how big or small your bankroll is and prevent you from busting it.

Set aside a separate amount of money you want to use for betting, which should be an amount that you can afford to lose.

We use a 100 Point Bankroll.

Staking Plans

We use a 100-point bankroll, and our staking system mainly uses 0.50 to 1.50 points per bet.

For example, if you have a £1,000 bankroll, your bet sizes would be:

0.50 Points = £5

1 Point = £10

1.50 Points = £15

If you have a smaller bankroll or would like to be more aggressive in staking, then using up to 5 Points is likely ok, but your risk of ruin is higher.

There are various bankroll management and staking plan options, but we feel this one best suits our goals.

Soccerbase Staking Plan

The official Soccerbase staking plan looks like this:

Lean (no official bet)

0.50 Points

1 Point

1.50 Points

What is a lean?

This means a slight preference, but it's not strong enough to make it an official bet. We often research and analyse games, but we don't think there is value or a strong enough angle to place a bet. We still share this research with our users along with a lean so they have information if we 'had to' place a bet. 

We will review the above changes again ahead of the new domestic season. If you have any suggestions, please message us on TelegramTwitter/X, or Instagram.

For daily football tips, predictions, and betting strategy head over to the Soccerbase free football betting tips section.

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