Draw No Bet Tips, Predictions and Odds
Draw no bet is a hugely popular betting market where punters have a level of protection against losing.
To give you the best chance of placing a successful bet, follow tips and odds.
We use an intelligent algorithm and analyse data to bring you up to date predictions for upcoming matches. Find them in the table below.
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Draw No Bet Tips and Predictions - Friday 11th October to Monday 14th October
Bournemouth v Norwich City – Bournemouth to win
Away games have presented Norwich with a real problem recently, as the Canaries have claimed maximum points from just one of their last seven, as well as losing all four in the Premier League. Manchester City remain the only one of the last five visiting teams to have left the Vitality Stadium with a victory, and Bournemouth have started the season strongly.
Kilmarnock v Livingston – Kilmarnock to win
A record of five wins from their previous nine top-flight home matches suggests that Kilmarnock know what they are doing on their own patch, with Rangers amongst their victims during this spell. Livingston have found victories extremely hard to come by on their travels at this highest level of the Scottish game, managing just one in 20 trips of late.
Sigma Olomouc v Dynamo České Budějovice – Sigma Olomouc to win
Sigma Olomouc are clearly a force to be reckoned with on their own patch, putting together a ten-match unbeaten run at the top table of Czech football that has included eight victories. Newly-promoted Dynamo České Budějovice have really hit the buffers on their travels of late, losing four games on the spin at this level and conceding 12 goals along the way.
Bohemians v Opava – Bohemians to win
The going has proven pretty tough for Opava in the Czech First League recently, as their previous ten matches have resulted in zero wins, three draws and seven defeats. Bohemians, on the other hand, have become accustomed to performing well on their own patch in the top-flight of late, winning three of their last five games and losing only once in 11 encounters.
Draw No Bet Tips and Predictions - Friday 4th October to Monday 7th October
Ross County v St. Johnstone – Ross County to win
Ross County bring a stunning recent home record into this fixture, with the newly-promoted outfit having collected maximum points 11 times in their last 15 matches. St. Johnstone, by way of contrast, could hardly be accused of travelling well, as the team from Perth are currently experiencing a 12-game winless run on the road in the Scottish Premier League.
Banik Ostrava v Zlin – Banik Ostrava to win
It would be fair to say that Banik Ostrava have been in red-hot form on their own patch recently, with four consecutive top-flight victories and a return of 12 goals providing firm evidence to support this view. The picture has been a far less rosy one for Zlin on their Czech First League travels of late, as a staggering 13 of their last 16 trips have ended in defeat.
Gençlerbirliği v Galatasaray – Galatasaray to win
Following a one-season stay in the second tier, Gençlerbirliği have marked their return to the top table of Turkish football by failing to win any of their opening six matches. This does not bode well ahead of a visit from defending champions Galatasaray, as Fatih Terim’s charges have collected maximum points from 12 of their most recent 20 fixtures at this level.
Lechia Gdansk v Zaglebie Lubin – Lechia Gdansk to win
Zaglebie Lubin have been finding life pretty difficult on their top-flight travels of late, failing to win in eight attempts. Lechia Gdansk, by way of contrast, are unbeaten in seven Ekstraklasa matches on home soil, whilst they have enjoyed an impressive 12 victories in their previous 20 games in front of their own supporters at this elite level of Polish football.
Draw No Bet Tips and Predictions - Friday 27th September to Monday 30th September
Korona Kielce v Slask Wroclaw – Slask Wroclaw to win
Korona Kielce are the owners of a truly abysmal recent home record, claiming maximum points from just one of their previous 15 matches, not to mention the fact that they have lost six times in eight top-flight fixtures overall. For their part, high-flying Slask Wroclaw are unbeaten in 14 games at this level, so there only appears to be one potential winner here.
Swansea City v Reading – Swansea City to win
Surprise promotion-chasers Swansea have enjoyed ten victories in their previous 14 home matches at this level, suffering just a single defeat along the way. Reading are clearly not accustomed to securing maximum points on their second-tier travels, managing to do so just twice in 20 trips, and the Royals have lost three Championship fixtures on the bounce overall.
Crystal Palace v Norwich City – Crystal Palace to win
Norwich may have enjoyed a couple of memorable victories at Carrow Road since returning to the top-flight, but a trio of away defeats in which they have been outscored by eight goals to one has to be a major concern. Crystal Palace are unbeaten in five Premier League home games of late, and the Eagles have secured three victories in seven matches at Selhurst Park.
Viking FK v Mjondalen – Viking FK to win
It would be fair to say that Viking FK have been absolutely flying of late, winning four and drawing two of their previous six matches at the top table of Norwegian football. Fellow newly-promoted outfit Mjondalen can only dream of such impressive form, as a run of four defeats in six Eliteserien fixtures has thrust them firmly into the relegation picture.
Draw No Bet Tips and Predictions - Friday 20th September to Monday 23rd September
Osasuna v Real Betis – Osasuna to win
Osasuna have forgotten what it is like to lose a home game in the league, winning 21 and drawing six of their previous 27 fixtures in front of their own supporters. The picture has been somewhat less rosy from a Real Betis perspective when they have taken to the road recently, as five of their last six away matches at this level have ended in defeat.
Forest Green Rovers v Stevenage – Forest Green Rovers to win
Promotion-chasing Forest Green are a force to be reckoned with on their own patch, winning five of their last seven regular-season home games at this level. Having drawn three and lost six of their previous nine matches in League Two, Stevenage can only dream of such impressive form, with the visitors currently bottom of the table and on course for relegation.
Levante v Eibar – Levante to win
Eibar come into this contest in pretty dreadful form, having picked up just two points from the last 18 available in La Liga, and the visitors have only triumphed once in 18 trips at this level recently. Levante, by way of contrast, are unbeaten in eight top-flight fixtures on their own patch, winning four of the previous five and hitting two goals or more in every game.
Birmingham City v Preston North End – Birmingham City to win
It would be fair to say that Preston do not travel well, with the Lilywhites securing just a single point from their previous seven Championship trips. This bodes well for a Birmingham side that has put together a seven-game unbeaten run at St. Andrew’s in the league recently, particularly as they have enjoyed back-to-back victories in front of their own supporters.
Draw No Bet Meaning
The market provides bettors with the chance to get their money back if the match ends in a draw.
Punters bet on either a home or away win, reducing the likelihood of placing a losing stake.
Essentially, draw no bet works by removing the option of a draw from the game entirely.
What are the Bet Odds Like?
With this type of bet, odds are less than others, such as the correct score market, for example. However, it also offers insurance - protecting your money should the football match end in a draw.
Say Liverpool are predicted to win the final game of the Premier League season, with odds of 1.60. If you placed £100 on them, you’d get £160 back. But, you’d get nothing if the game ended in a draw.
There is a market that provides a solution. Let’s say odds for draw no bet are 1.25 for Liverpool. You’d get £125 back if you put down £100. What’s more, should the result be a draw, you’ll have your full stake returned.
Which Bookies Offer this Type of Sports Betting?
Offers and promotions vary bookie to bookie, so make sure you look into which one is best for you before you place your bet.
Where Can You Place a Bet of This Kind?
From the Champions League to the World Cup, these draw no bet markets are available across a variety of games and leagues.
Are There Any Alternatives to the Draw No Bet Option?
Want more protection for your bet? If your favourite bookie doesn’t offer it or you can’t find it in the match you want, there are a few other options for you to choose from…
Asian handicap betting places one team at a head start, beginning the game at differing scores. This places one side, such as the home team, at a disadvantage. This could be used if one team is significantly better than the other, for example.
Usually, it also eliminates the possibility of a draw. It not only makes the game more exciting, but makes betting on the underdog possible.
Double chance betting is also popular with punters looking for more protection. In one bet, you can cover two out of the three possible outcomes. This could be home and draw, for example.
Half Time/Full Time
Half time/full time bets can offer some lucrative odds. You have to predict the score at half time and again at full time - with both correct in order for your bet to win.
Placing more than one bet at a time? Acca insurance provides you with protection should one or two legs let down an otherwise strong accumulator bet.
Having a good strategy is key to being a successful bettor!
Use Top Tipsters
Following top tipsters is a great way to give yourself the best chance of placing a winning bet. You can see what games and markets they’ve had most success in, and use this to your advantage.
Alternatively, why not take this to the next level? Copying bettors’ bets allows you to ‘piggyback’ off of others. When they win - you win too!
Use an Accumulator
Why not make the most possible return for your original stake? Placing an accumulator bet allows you to do exactly that.
It will do all the hard work for you, calculating the odds in real time. Simply add your selections and you’re good to go!
Ready to get started? Build your football accumulator here.