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 13th to Monday 16th March

Oxford United v MK Dons – Oxford United to win

Having drawn six and lost eight of their previous 14 away matches in the third tier of English football, it would be fair to say that MK Dons are not the best of travellers. Promotion-chasing Oxford, by way of contrast, come into this contest on the back of a run of five successive victories, and they have won ten of their most recent 14 home games as well.

Strasbourg v Dijon – Strasbourg to win

Having suffered ten defeats in 14 top-flight trips so far this season, it would be fair to say that Dijon are not the greatest of travellers, with their only win coming at Reims back in September. For their part, Strasbourg have triumphed seven times in ten Ligue 1 home games of late, outscoring their opponents by a combined 17 goals to five across these victories.

Cardiff City v Leeds United – Leeds United to win

Having gone through a bit of a wobble, Leeds have been back to their best again in recent weeks, with Marcelo Bielsa’s charges winning five consecutive matches to reignite their promotion charge. Unfortunately for Cardiff, form has totally deserted them on home soil, with the Bluebirds claiming maximum points from just one of their previous eight fixtures.

West Ham United v Wolverhampton Wanderers – Wolverhampton Wanderers to win

Wolves have been performing brilliantly on their travels recently, winning five, drawing five and losing only two of their previous 12 top-flight away games, so they will be confident of claiming all three points against West Ham. David Moyes’ men have been a bit better of late, but the fact remains that they have been beaten in six of their last nine league matches.

Draw No Bet Tips and Predictions - Friday 6th to Monday 9th March

Clermont Foot v Sochaux – Clermont Foot to win

Sochaux have secured just one win in their previous 13 second-tier matches, with that being a narrow one at home to struggling Le Mans, so a trip to promotion-chasing Clermont Foot appears pretty daunting. Not only have the hosts won five of their last six home games, but they have also tasted defeat just once in their most recent 14 Ligue 2 fixtures overall.

Fleetwood Town v Blackpool – Fleetwood Town to win

Tasting success on their third-tier travels has become an alien concept to Blackpool in recent months, with the Seasiders having lost five of their previous six matches as part of a 12-game winless run. Local rivals Fleetwood, by way of contrast, have been one of the form teams in the division of late, with Joey Barton’s charges securing 19 points from a possible 21.

Swindon Town v Forest Green Rovers – Swindon Town to win

Forest Green have seen their season fall apart in recent weeks, with a return of just two points from a possible 24 effectively ending any hopes they had of securing a place in the playoffs. Swindon, meanwhile, continue to plot a course towards League One, with a record of ten wins and two draws from their last 12 home games doing much to aid their promotion bid.

Dijon v Toulouse – Dijon to win

Only a miracle can preserve Toulouse’s top-flight status now, and a team that has gone 22 away matches since they last returned with maximum points is unlikely to benefit from too many of those. Dijon, by way of contrast, have enjoyed a good run of form on their own patch of late, winning five and drawing six of their most recent 11 Ligue 1 fixtures.

Draw No Bet Tips and Predictions - Friday 28th February to Monday 2nd March

Exeter City v Crawley Town – Exeter City to win

Promotion-chasing Exeter have been absolutely flying on their own patch of late, securing seven victories as part of a ten-match unbeaten run, so they come into this contest in confident mood. The same cannot be said of Crawley, however, as they have gone 14 games without a win on their League Two travels, last tasting success at Leyton Orient in August.

Tranmere Rovers v Fleetwood Town – Fleetwood Town to win

Despite coming up against most of the best teams that the division has to offer in recent weeks, Fleetwood have put together a nine-match unbeaten run that has included five wins in their last six games. Tranmere, by way of contrast, have found the going incredibly tough on their own patch of late, collecting just two points from a possible 21 as they battle relegation.

Frosinone v Salernitana – Frosinone to win

If Salernitana could do something about their disappointing away form, then they’d be dangerous, but a run of seven defeats in ten trips is threatening to cost them promotion. Frosinone have endured no such difficulties on their own patch of late, winning seven times in nine matches, so it is they who remain on course for an instant return to Serie A.

VVV Venlo v Fortuna Sittard – VVV Venlo to win

It would be somewhat of an understatement to say that Fortuna Sittard have struggled on their travels of late, as their previous 21 away games have resulted in three draws and 18 defeats. As for VVV Venlo, they have come into their best form of the season recently, putting together an impressive six-match unbeaten run in which they have collected 12 points.

Draw No Bet Tips and Predictions - Friday 21st to Monday 24th February

Le Havre v US Orleans – Le Havre to win

It would be somewhat of an understatement to say that US Orleans have found the going tough on their second-tier travels of late, with their most recent 16 matches resulting in ten losses, five draws and just a single success. Le Havre, by way of contrast, have not tasted defeat in any of their last eight home games at this level, so they should prove too strong.

Sheffield United v Brighton & Hove Albion – Sheffield United to win

Since starting the season with a bang by winning 3-0 at Watford, Brighton have struggled mightily on their travels in the Premier League, losing eight times and picking up just six points. Sheffield United, meanwhile, have continued to take the division by storm, winning six of their last 11 matches and only losing to Manchester City, twice, and Liverpool.

Salernitana v Livorno – Salernitana to win

Promotion-chasing Salernitana have won four games in a row on their own patch recently, thus stretching their unbeaten run in front of their own supporters to nine Serie B matches. Rock-bottom Livorno can only dream of such impressive form, as a sequence of 13 winless encounters has put them well on course for relegation to the third tier of Italian football.

Hellas Verona v Cagliari – Hellas Verona to win

Having made a bright start to the campaign, the wheels have really come off for Cagliari in recent months, with their previous ten Serie A fixtures resulting in four draws and six defeats. Verona, by way of contrast, are now unbeaten in nine top-flight matches, enjoying three consecutive victories in front of their own supporters, including one against Juventus.

Draw No Bet Meaning

So, first things first, what is draw no bet?

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, it 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 shorter than others, such as the correct score market. 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?

Many online bookmakers and betting shops offer this type of football betting. These include William Hill, for example.

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, the draw no bet market is 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

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

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.

Acca Insurance

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.

Betting Strategy

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 the best tipsters allows you to ‘piggyback’ off of their success. When they win - you win too!

Draw No Bet on 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.

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