Correct Score Tips, Predictions and Odds

Looking for correct score tips, odds and predictions? You’re in the right place. You’ll find them in the table below!

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Premier League
Wolves v Arsenal Wed 24 19:45
Man Utd v Man City Wed 24 20:00
Liverpool v Huddersfield Fri 26 20:00
Spurs v West Ham Sat 27 12:30
Southampton v Bournemouth Sat 27 15:00
C Palace v Everton Sat 27 15:00
Fulham v Cardiff Sat 27 15:00
Brighton v Newcastle Sat 27 17:30
Championship
Millwall v Stoke Sat 27 13:30
QPR v Nottm Forest Sat 27 15:00
West Brom v Rotherham Sat 27 15:00
Bolton v Brentford Sat 27 15:00
M'Boro v Reading Sat 27 15:00
Birmingham v Wigan Sat 27 15:00
Swansea v Hull Sat 27 15:00
Preston v Sheffield Weds Sat 27 15:00
Bristol C v Derby Sat 27 15:00
Sheff Utd v Ipswich Sat 27 17:15
Norwich v Blackburn Sat 27 19:30
Leeds v A Villa Sun 28 12:00
League One
Scunthorpe v Bradford Sat 27 15:00
Gillingham v Charlton Sat 27 15:00
Rochdale v Southend Sat 27 15:00
Burton v Luton Sat 27 15:00
AFC Wim v Wycombe Sat 27 15:00
Fleetwood v Bristol R Sat 27 15:00
Accrington v Plymouth Sat 27 15:00
Oxford Utd v Doncaster Sat 27 15:00
Barnsley v Blackpool Sat 27 15:00
Sunderland v Portsmouth Sat 27 15:00
Walsall v Peterborough Sat 27 15:00
Coventry v Shrewsbury Sun 28 15:00
League Two
Colchester v MK Dons Sat 27 15:00
Mansfield v Stevenage Sat 27 15:00
Exeter v Oldham Sat 27 15:00
Newport C v Lincoln Sat 27 15:00
Cheltenham v Swindon Sat 27 15:00
Carlisle v Crawley Sat 27 15:00
Crewe v Forest Green Sat 27 15:00
Tranmere v Bury Sat 27 15:00
Port Vale v Macclesfield Sat 27 15:00
Northampton v Yeovil Sat 27 15:00
Cambridge U v Morecambe Sat 27 15:00
Notts C v Grimsby Sat 27 15:00
Champions League
Spurs v Ajax Tue 30 20:00
Barcelona v Liverpool Wed 1 20:00
La Liga
A. Madrid v Valencia Wed 24 18:30
Espanyol v Celta Wed 24 19:30
Leganes v A.Bilbao Wed 24 19:30
Levante v Real Betis Wed 24 20:30
Sevilla v R.Vallecano Thu 25 18:30
R.Sociedad v Villarreal Thu 25 19:30
Getafe v Real Madrid Thu 25 20:30
Bundesliga
Augsburg v Leverkusen Fri 26 19:30
RB Leipzig v Freiburg Sat 27 14:30
Dortmund v Schalke Sat 27 14:30
E.Frankfurt v H.Berlin Sat 27 14:30
F. Dusseldorf v W.Bremen Sat 27 14:30
Hannover v Mainz Sat 27 14:30
Stuttgart v B. M'gladbach Sat 27 17:30
Hoffenheim v Wolfsburg Sun 28 14:30
Nurnberg v Bayern Sun 28 17:00
Serie A
Bologna v Empoli Sat 27 14:00
Roma v Cagliari Sat 27 17:00
Inter v Juventus Sat 27 19:30
Frosinone v Napoli Sun 28 11:30
Chievo v Parma Sun 28 14:00
S.P.A.L. 2013 v Genoa Sun 28 14:00
Sampdoria v Lazio Sun 28 17:00
Torino v Milan Sun 28 19:30
Atalanta v Udinese Mon 29 18:00
Fiorentina v Sassuolo Mon 29 20:00
Ligue 1
Bordeaux v Lyon Fri 26 19:45
Nice v Guingamp Sun 28 14:00
Caen v Dijon Sun 28 14:00
Angers v Reims Sun 28 14:00
Lille v Nimes Sun 28 14:00
Amiens v Strasbourg Sun 28 14:00
St Etienne v Toulouse Sun 28 16:00
Marseille v Nantes Sun 28 20:00
Montpellier v PSG Tue 30 18:00
Rennes v Monaco Wed 1 18:00
Super Lig
Istanbul v Goztepespor Fri 26 18:30
Antalyaspor v Erzurumspor Sat 27 14:00
Caykur v Sivasspor Sat 27 14:00
Fenerbahce v Trabzonspor Sat 27 17:00
Kayserispor v Alanyaspor Sun 28 14:00
Bursaspor v Akhisar Sun 28 14:00
Besiktas v Ankaragucu Sun 28 17:00
Malatya v Kasimpasa Mon 29 18:00
Konyaspor v Galatasaray Mon 29 18:00
Primeira Liga
Santa Clara v Vit Setubal Sun 28 15:00
Chaves v CD Nacional Sun 28 16:00
Boavista v Moreirense Sun 28 16:00
CD das Aves v Belenenses Sun 28 16:00
Rio Ave v Porto Sun 28 16:00
Maratimo v Tondela Sun 28 16:00
Portimonense v Feirense Sun 28 16:00
S. Lisbon v V. Guimaraes Sun 28 16:00
Braga v Benfica Sun 28 16:00
Eredivisie
Utrecht v Fortuna Sittard Wed 24 18:45
PEC Zwolle v Groningen Wed 24 18:45
NAC v Feyenoord Wed 24 19:45
Den Haag v Excelsior Thu 25 17:30
Willem II v PSV Thu 25 19:45
Scottish Premier
Celtic v Kilmarnock Sat 27 12:30
Hamilton v Livingston Sat 27 15:00
St. Mirren v St Johnstone Sat 27 15:00
Motherwell v Dundee Sat 27 15:00
Hibernian v Hearts Sun 28 12:15
Rangers v Aberdeen Sun 28 15:00
Superligaen
Vendsyssel FF v Randers Fri 26 18:00
Aalborg v Hobro Fri 26 18:00
AGF Aarhus v Horsens Sun 28 13:00
Sonderjyske v Vejle Sun 28 13:00
Brondby v Esbjerg Sun 28 15:00
Kobenhavn v Odense Sun 28 17:00
Nordsjaelland v Midtjylland Mon 29 18:00
Wed 24Wed 24th AprilPREDICTION %bet
EPLWed 19:45
Wolves
 v 
Arsenal
19:45
Draw 1-1Draw 1-1
  12%
12%
7.00
6/1
600
11.56%
EPLWed 20:00 SKY
Man Utd
 v 
Man City
20:00 SKY
Draw 1-1Draw 1-1
  10%
10%
10.00
9/1
900
10.33%
Friday 26th AprilFri 26th AprilPREDICTION %bet
EPLFri 20:00 SKY
Liverpool
 v 
Huddersfield
20:00 SKY
Home win 3-0Home win 3-0
  13%
13%
7.50
13/2
650
13.05%
Saturday 27th AprilSat 27th AprilPREDICTION %bet
CHASat 17:15 SKY
Sheff Utd
 v 
Ipswich
17:15 SKY
Home win 2-0Home win 2-0
  15%
15%
6.00
5/1
500
15.35%
LG2Sat 15:00
Mansfield
 v 
Stevenage
15:00
Home win 1-0Home win 1-0
  13%
13%
6.50
11/2
550
13.24%
EPLSat 15:00
C Palace
 v 
Everton
15:00
Draw 1-1Draw 1-1
  13%
13%
6.50
11/2
550
13.02%
EPLSat 15:00
Watford
 v 
Wolves
15:00
Draw 1-1Draw 1-1
  13%
13%
6.50
11/2
550
12.98%
EPLSat 17:30 BT
Brighton
 v 
Newcastle
17:30 BT
Draw 1-1Draw 1-1
  13%
13%
6.50
11/2
550
12.82%
LG1Sat 15:00
Fleetwood
 v 
Bristol R
15:00
Draw 1-1Draw 1-1
  13%
13%
6.50
11/2
550
12.79%
LG2Sat 15:00
Port Vale
 v 
Macclesfield
15:00
Draw 1-1Draw 1-1
  13%
13%
6.50
11/2
550
12.78%
LG2Sat 15:00
Cambridge U
 v 
Morecambe
15:00
Home win 1-0Home win 1-0
  13%
13%
7.00
6/1
600
12.77%
LG2Sat 15:00
Cheltenham
 v 
Swindon
15:00
Draw 1-1Draw 1-1
  13%
13%
6.50
11/2
550
12.74%
LG2Sat 15:00
Crewe
 v 
Forest Green
15:00
Draw 1-1Draw 1-1
  13%
13%
7.00
6/1
600
12.68%
LG1Sat 15:00
Barnsley
 v 
Blackpool
15:00
Home win 2-0Home win 2-0
  13%
13%
6.00
5/1
500
12.66%
LG1Sat 15:00
AFC Wim
 v 
Wycombe
15:00
Draw 1-1Draw 1-1
  13%
13%
6.50
11/2
550
12.56%
LG2Sat 15:00
Newport C
 v 
Lincoln
15:00
Draw 1-1Draw 1-1
  13%
13%
7.00
6/1
600
12.55%
EPLSat 15:00
Fulham
 v 
Cardiff
15:00
Draw 1-1Draw 1-1
  12%
12%
7.50
13/2
650
12.43%
LG2Sat 15:00
Northampton
 v 
Yeovil
15:00
Draw 1-1Draw 1-1
  12%
12%
7.00
6/1
600
12.42%
LG1Sat 15:00
Walsall
 v 
Peterborough
15:00
Draw 1-1Draw 1-1
  12%
12%
6.50
11/2
550
12.34%
LG2Sat 15:00
Colchester
 v 
MK Dons
15:00
Draw 1-1Draw 1-1
  12%
12%
7.00
6/1
600
12.30%
LG2Sat 15:00
Tranmere
 v 
Bury
15:00
Draw 1-1Draw 1-1
  12%
12%
7.00
6/1
600
12.25%
CHASat 15:00
Preston
 v 
Sheffield We
15:00
Draw 1-1Draw 1-1
  12%
12%
7.00
6/1
600
12.24%
LG2Sat 15:00
Exeter
 v 
Oldham
15:00
Draw 1-1Draw 1-1
  12%
12%
7.00
6/1
600
12.19%
LG1Sat 15:00
Sunderland
 v 
Portsmouth
15:00
Draw 1-1Draw 1-1
  12%
12%
7.00
6/1
600
12.17%
LG1Sat 15:00
Rochdale
 v 
Southend
15:00
Draw 1-1Draw 1-1
  12%
12%
7.00
6/1
600
12.16%
LG1Sat 15:00
Accrington
 v 
Plymouth
15:00
Draw 1-1Draw 1-1
  12%
12%
7.00
6/1
600
12.16%
CHASat 15:00
Birmingham
 v 
Wigan
15:00
Draw 1-1Draw 1-1
  12%
12%
7.00
6/1
600
12.08%
CHASat 13:30
Millwall
 v 
Stoke
13:30
Draw 1-1Draw 1-1
  12%
12%
6.50
11/2
550
12.06%
CHASat 19:30 SKY
Norwich
 v 
Blackburn
19:30 SKY
Home win 2-0Home win 2-0
  12%
12%
8.00
7/1
700
11.98%
LG1Sat 15:00
Oxford Utd
 v 
Doncaster
15:00
Draw 1-1Draw 1-1
  12%
12%
7.00
6/1
600
11.92%

Correct Score Tips and Predictions - Friday 19th, Saturday 20th, Sunday 21st, Monday 22nd April

Sheffield United v Nottingham Forest – 2-0 Home Win

Over the course of their last nine Championship trips, Nottingham Forest have failed to find the net on no fewer than six occasions, conceding twice or more in five of their six defeats during this period. Sheffield United have kept a clean sheet in each of their previous seven home successes, with three of their most recent five victories coming by a 2-0 scoreline.

Middlesbrough v Stoke City – 2-0 Home Win

Stoke have not exactly been a potent force on their Championship travels recently, drawing a blank six times in ten trips, whilst Middlesbrough have kept nine clean sheets in their last 20 home games at this level. Tony Pulis’ playoff-chasers have far more to play for, and four of their most recent five second-tier successes at this ground have been 2-0 victories.

Wolverhampton Wanderers v Brighton & Hove Albion – 2-0 Home Win

Brighton are in absolute freefall, having suffered four consecutive Premier League defeats without so much as troubling the scorers, whilst Chris Hughton’s men have conceded at least two goals in 13 of their previous 18 away matches at this level. Nuno’s charges have struck twice or more in each of their last seven top-flight home victories, securing a trio of 2-0 wins.

Cardiff City v Liverpool – 0-3 Away Win

Cardiff may have secured a vital three points on Tuesday night, but the Bluebirds have still been beaten in all five of their home games this season against top-six sides, conceding 18 times along the way. Liverpool have netted three times or more in four of their last seven top-flight away wins, and they have kept eight clean sheets on the road in the league this term.

Correct Score Tips and Predictions - Friday 12th, Saturday 13th, Sunday 14th April

Tottenham Hotspur v Huddersfield Town – 3-0 Home Win

Huddersfield have suffered ten defeats in their previous 12 Premier League away matches, failing to find the net in seven of these losses, whilst the Terriers have conceded three goals or more in six of their most recent 12 reversals on the road. For their part, Tottenham have scored three goals or more in six of their last 11 home victories at this level.

Southampton v Wolverhampton Wanderers – 1-1 Draw

Wolves absolutely love a 1-1 draw on their top-flight travels, securing this result at Manchester United, Arsenal, Fulham, Bournemouth and Chelsea this season. Southampton have been no strangers to finishing on level terms on their own patch either, with the spoils being shared in six of the last 16 Premier League matches to have taken place at St. Mary’s.

Burnley v Cardiff City – 2-0 Home Win

Sean Dyche’s men have recorded four victories in their previous seven Premier League home games, scoring exactly two goals in each of these successes, and three points in this contest will virtually guarantee survival. For their part, the Bluebirds have been beaten 11 times in 15 top-flight trips this season, failing to find the net in six of these losses.

Nottingham Forest v Blackburn Rovers – 2-1 Home Win

Blackburn have suffered 11 defeats in their most recent 18 Championship away games, with Tony Mowbray’s men finding the net in ten of these losses and going down by a single-goal margin in three of their last four reversals. Nottingham Forest have secured seven wins by a one-goal margin in their previous 19 home matches, including three by a 2-1 scoreline.

Correct Score Tips and Predictions - Friday 5th, Saturday 6th, Sunday 7th April

Rotherham United v Nottingham Forest – 1-1 Draw

Nottingham Forest could definitely be described as ‘draw specialists’, with the East Midlands outfit finishing on level terms an incredible 11 times in 19 second-tier trips. Rotherham have netted exactly once in eight of their 19 Championship home games this season, whilst 11 of the most recent 16 league meetings between the two teams have ended all-square.

Sheffield Wednesday v Aston Villa – 1-1 Draw

Sheffield Wednesday come into this contest in superb form, with the Owls currently on a 12-match unbeaten run in the league that has been made up of six wins and six draws. Aston Villa are also in fine fettle, collecting 16 points from a possible 18, and the two teams have combined for eight 1-1 draws across their last 20 home and away games respectively.

Bristol City v Wigan Athletic – 1-0 Home Win

The Latics’ away record leaves a lot to be desired, with 15 defeats in 19 Championship trips following promotion, and Paul Cook’s men have failed to find the net in 60% of these losses. Bristol City have found their form again lately with important victories at Sheffield United and Middlesbrough, and five of the Robins’ previous ten wins have been by a 1-0 scoreline.

Everton v Arsenal – 1-2 Away Win

Arsenal have not enjoyed as many away wins as they would have liked in the Premier League under Unai Emery, but three of their last four successes on the road have been by a 2-1 scoreline. Everton have struggled massively on their own patch of late, suffering four defeats in seven top-flight fixtures, though they have scored in four of their last six home losses.

Correct Score Tips and Predictions - Friday 29th, Saturday 30th, Sunday 31st March

Crystal Palace v Huddersfield Town – 1-0 Home Win

Huddersfield are far from being prolific scorers on their travels, failing to find the net in half of their previous 20 away games in the top-flight and suffering four 1-0 losses along the way. Home wins have proven hard to come by for Crystal Palace in recent times, but Roy Hodgson’s men have kept a clean sheet in each of their last five successes at this level.

Sheffield United v Bristol City – 1-0 Home Win

Sheffield United come into this contest on the back of eight consecutive home wins in the Championship, with Chris Wilder’s men keeping a clean sheet in each of the last seven of these successes. Bristol City have picked up just two points from a possible 15 recently, whilst four of the Robins’ last five defeats at this level have been by a single-goal margin.

Middlesbrough v Norwich City – 1-1 Draw

Middlesbrough absolutely love a 1-1 draw, with 25% of their last 20 second-tier fixtures producing this result, and Tony Pulis’ charges have only netted more than once six times in 20 home games at this level of late. Norwich have both scored and conceded 15 times in 20 Championship trips recently, with four of these matches ending 1-1.

Liverpool v Tottenham Hotspur – 2-1 Home Win

Tottenham know how to score goals on their Premier League travels, doing so 18 times in 20 trips of late, but three of their last five defeats on the road at this level have been by a 2-1 scoreline. Liverpool have enjoyed 17 victories in their previous 20 top-flight home games, with Jürgen Klopp’s charges netting at least twice in 15 of these wins.

 

Each one of our predictions is made using our intelligent algorithm, which can be used to place bets across a variety of football matches.

Here you’ll find our correct score betting tips, plus a closer look at this market and its possible returns. We can help you make a well-informed decision, as we post daily correct scores every week.

What are You Betting on in This Market?

This betting market is very self-explanatory.

You bet on the prediction of each football match ending in a certain result, with each team scoring a particular number of goals (or none at all) after the full time of 90 minutes or more.

To put it simply: you bet on what you think will be the final score.

How Do You Win a Correct Score Bet?

With a bet of this nature, it does what it says on the tin. If you correctly predict the result of a game, you win. If you don’t, you lose.

What are the Rules?

When placing this type of bet, there are a few rules you need to be aware of:

  • Usually, you get good odds on your selection
  • Odds tend to get higher the more goals you bet will be scored
  • Your bet runs for the full 90 minutes
  • If a match is abandoned, the usual rules in this situation apply
  • Own goals count
  • Extra time is generally excluded
  • You can bet at different times of the match, such as at half time
  • If the game is abandoned, your bet should be refunded

What is a Correct Score Double?

Double tips can mean better returns, however they also mean you’re at a greater chance of losing your bet completely.

Essentially, some bookies will combine two score predictions together, multiplying the odds together. However, in this case, the bigger the returns, the bigger the risk.

What are the Different Types?

Correct score betting has a number of different types, each with their own set of rules.

Full Time

This market is where you can get the most value for money, and is usually the most common. It’s easier to correctly predict the outcome of a game across the full 90 minutes, which is why it’s favoured by many punters and bookies.

Half Time/ Full Time

Here, you can predict the outcome of a match at half time, and then again at full time. You can bet on this independently, or these bets can be combined. With the latter, you can significantly boost your potential winnings.

Naturally, this type is more difficult to predict, so the chance of losing the bet completely is higher.

Scorecast

Scorecast markets will allow you to place a correct score wager with a first goalscorer bet or an anytime goalscorer bet.

For example, this could be Arsenal to win 2-1 and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang to score.

Extra Time

Your bet usually only runs for the full 90 minutes, so you usually can’t place an extra time bet before the game begins.

However, should the game run over, some of the bookies such as Ladbrokes will allow you to put a live in-play correct score bet down.

Here, you’ll predict the final score at the end of extra time.

Other Outcomes

For some of the biggest football games, some bookies will allow you to place a correct score bet along with other outcomes, such as player to be sent off.

This can maximise your potential earnings and make your bet more exciting.

Why Follow a Correct Score Football Prediction?

Here’s why many punters choose to place a correct score bet:

Potential Returns

Whether you’re a beginner in football betting or an expert, this is a popular bet type.

The reason? You can win big, as correct score can be one of the hardest bets to predict correctly. So, if you get it right, the returns can be largely in your favour. It offers greater odds than the draw no bet or win to nil markets, for example.

Exciting Bet

Correct score is seen by bookies and punters alike as one of the most exciting bets to place. They take place across many football matches, including Premier League games, for example.

What Should Correct Score Odds Look at?

Football correct score odds should look at a variety of factors to help you place a well-informed bet. These include:

  • Current form
  • Match history
  • Player stats
  • Overall goals

Using Our Football Algorithm

The algorithm uses data from previous fixtures to figure out the goal predictions for each subsequent fixture, culminating in a final result for each match.

If you bet on a particular outcome and it’s the correct score at full time, extra time, or half time, the cash in your bet will be yours.

While a match prediction can never be 100% sure, our algorithm pulls from a wide range of data sources and provides a well-informed prediction based on those readings.

What Should Your Football Strategy Be?

Nothing is set in stone in football, but there are ways to give your bet the best possible chance of being successful.

Applying a football betting strategy can help you make a profit for the long-term. For correct score bets, you should apply the following:

Look at Facts and Figures

Stats, form and match history are hugely beneficial when placing a bet in this market. This is why paying attention to odds and predictions should be part of your strategy. These will pull together the information you need for you.

Use the Most Likely Outcome

1-0 has been proven to be the most likely outcome of any football game. This is useful information when placing a correct score bet! This result is seen time and time again, across many different leagues,

However, following this strategy can also help turn the odds in your favour should the underdog win. The less likely the result is to happen, the more likely you are to win big.

Play the Long Game

It’s easy to lose your bet early on in the correct score market. For example, should you bet 3-0 in the favour of one team and the other scores in the first five minutes, you’re out.

Betting 1-1 or even 3-1 can help you stay in the game for much longer, as your bet has a better chance of staying alive.

Don’t Waste Your Bet

If you bet that the result will be 0-0 and an own goal is scored, you’ll have lost.

Correct Score Prediction Tips

Correct score predictions can help you win, but it always helps to give your bet a little push along the way.

Here are some football correct score tips to help you maximise profits:

Find the Right Bookie

There are a number of great bookmaker sites out there. From Paddy Power to Ladbrokes, each bookie has its pros and cons. To narrow your choices down, you need to think about your individual situation and what you want from your bookmaker.

Consider everything from the website itself to payment options. What works for you?

Make Use of Free Bets

You’ll also find a number of offers for free bets and bonuses to sign up for to help you save some money in the process. These offers vary bookmaker to bookmaker, and are sometimes only available to new customers rather than existing ones.

Make Use of Enhanced Odds

Enhanced odds offers are another way to win more for your stake. They essentially boost your potential returns, allowing you to make extra cash should your bet come through.

Should you predict the final result of a match correctly, enhanced odds can help you make as much profit as possible from your original stake.

Copy or Follow Top Tipsters

Why not piggyback off the success of others’?

Following top tipsters allows you to see where they’ve made the most money. You can view and analyse their performance and learn from the way they place their bets. Particularly if you’re a beginner in football betting, this can give you a headstart.

Or - why not copy other bettors? In just a few clicks, you can copy their selections exactly and add them to your slip. If they win - you win!

Use the Statistics

You can also use the table above to find further statistics on each match, providing you with an up to date picture.

Clicking on each prediction opens up a display of the average goals scored and conceded per game for each team.

Below the infographics are the competing form streaks and form stats between the two teams - if you click ‘View stats +’ you’ll find a more in-depth breakdown calculated using the last 10 games.

Build an Accumulator

Finally, after using our correct score tips, you can begin building your accumulator. It’s possible to combine multiple correct score bets into one, and doing so can give you highly favourable returns!

Building your accumulator is both easy and simple with our Acca Smacker. Simply click on your prediction of choice and it’ll add automatically to your betting slip. Your returns will update in real-time as you add each bet.

The ‘correct score’ odds offered by other bookmakers will appear and update themselves as you add to or take away from your betting slip. Once you’ve made your decision, you can choose your desired bookmaker and your betting slip will automatically go through to their site.

Ready to get started? Find our football accumulator tips here.