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Draw no bet removes the option and the risk of a draw – only allowing bettors to back either a home win or an away win. If their selection is correct then they’re a winner, and if the match ends level then the bet is void and the stake refunded.

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This market removes the option and the risk of a draw - only allowing you to back either a home or away win. If your selection is correct then they’re a winner, and if the match ends level then the bet is void and the stake refunded.
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Tuesday 9th MarchDRAW NO BET | PREDICTIONSDRAW NO BETPREDICTIONShomeaway
CZETue 9th 17:00
Sparta
 v 
Pribram
17:00
homehome
  80%
80%
1.06
1/16
-1667
80%
12.00
11/1
1100
6%
NEDTue 9th 17:45
VVV Venlo
 v 
S.Rotterdam
17:45
awayaway
  50%
50%
2.88
15/8
188
26%
1.44
4/9
-227
50%
ENGTue 9th 18:00
Blackburn
 v 
Swansea
18:00
homehome
  37%
37%
1.95
20/21
-105
37%
1.95
19/20
-106
37%
ENGTue 9th 19:00
AFC Wim
 v 
Burton
19:00
awayaway
  37%
37%
1.95
19/20
-105
36%
1.91
10/11
-110
37%
ENGTue 9th 19:00
Bolton
 v 
Cambridge
19:00
homehome
  47%
47%
1.50
1/2
-200
47%
2.75
7/4
175
27%
ENGTue 9th 19:00
Bristol R
 v 
Accrington
19:00
awayaway
  38%
38%
2.00
1/1
-100
36%
1.83
41/50
-121
38%
ENGTue 9th 19:00
Carlisle
 v 
Grimsby
19:00
homehome
  61%
61%
1.20
1/5
-500
61%
4.80
19/5
380
16%
ENGTue 9th 19:00
Charlton
 v 
Northampton
19:00
homehome
  47%
47%
1.50
1/2
-200
47%
2.75
7/4
175
28%
ENGTue 9th 19:00
Crawley
 v 
Salford
19:00
awayaway
  43%
43%
2.33
13/10
133
31%
1.62
8/13
-161
43%
ENGTue 9th 19:00
Crewe
 v 
Doncaster
19:00
homehome
  40%
40%
1.78
31/40
-128
40%
2.16
23/20
116
34%
ENGTue 9th 19:00
Forest Green
 v 
Morecambe
19:00
homehome
  42%
42%
1.67
4/6
-149
42%
2.25
5/4
125
32%
ENGTue 9th 19:00
Harrogate
 v 
Colchester
19:00
homehome
  58%
58%
1.25
1/4
-400
58%
4.00
3/1
300
18%
ENGTue 9th 19:00
Ipswich
 v 
Lincoln
19:00
homehome
  37%
37%
1.93
37/40
-108
37%
1.91
10/11
-110
37%
ENGTue 9th 19:00
L Orient
 v 
Stevenage
19:00
homehome
  40%
40%
1.70
7/10
-143
40%
2.20
6/5
120
31%
ENGTue 9th 19:00
Mansfield
 v 
Cheltenham
19:00
awayaway
  37%
37%
2.00
Evens
100
36%
1.80
4/5
-125
37%
ENGTue 9th 19:00
MK Dons
 v 
Blackpool
19:00
awayaway
  38%
38%
2.00
1/1
-100
36%
1.83
41/50
-121
38%
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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.

Draw No Bet Tips and Predictions

Sunday 14th March – Manchester United v West Ham United – Manchester United to win

Manchester United made a stuttering start at home in the Premier League this season, but things have improved dramatically in recent months, with the Red Devils winning six of their previous nine matches. Not only that, but West Ham have an abject recent record at Old Trafford, with an FA Cup defeat this term making it 12 losses and four draws from 16 visits.

Saturday 13th March – Union Berlin v Koln – Union Berlin to win

Union Berlin are currently on an 11-match unbeaten run on their own patch in the Bundesliga, and they have only suffered a single defeat in 16 games on home soil over the slightly longer term. Koln, meanwhile, have been struggling on the road at this level of late, suffering four losses in six trips and conceding 15 times across this quartet of reversals.

Thursday 11th March – Dynamo Kiev v Villarreal – Villarreal to win

Before visiting Valencia, Villarreal had proven incredibly hard to beat on their travels, winning six, drawing eight and losing only one of their previous 15 competitive matches. For their part, Dynamo Kiev have not been pulling up too many trees in recent European home games, with a 1-0 win against Ferencvaros representing their only success in four attempts.

Sunday 7th March – Athletic Bilbao v Granada – Athletic Bilbao to win

Granada are the owners of a wretched recent away record in La Liga, losing six times in nine trips and winning only once along the way, so confidence should be low heading into this game. For their part, Athletic Bilbao have won six times in 11 top-flight home fixtures of late, and they are unbeaten in four competitive matches against this team on their own patch.

Saturday 6th March – Hoffenheim v VfL Wolfsburg – VfL Wolfsburg to win

Having suffered ten defeats in their previous 19 home matches in the Bundesliga, it would be fair to say that Hoffenheim have been struggling on their own patch of late, so a visit from Wolfsburg is hardly ideal. The high-flying visitors have been in excellent form on the road recently, winning four top-flight games on the bounce without so much as conceding a goal.

Friday 5th March – Valencia v Villarreal – Villarreal to win

Villarreal have been beaten in only three of their last 17 away matches in La Liga, winning seven and drawing seven of the other 14 contests, and there is no disgrace in losing at any of Real Madrid, Barcelona and Sevilla. What’s more, Valencia have found wins hard to come by on their own patch, managing just three in 11 games at the top table of Spanish football.

Wednesday 3rd March – Brest v Dijon – Brest to win

In advance of entertaining Paris Saint-Germain, Dijon had been on a dreadful run of form in Ligue 1, suffering six consecutive defeats as part of a nine-game winless sequence. This will be music to the ears of a Brest side that has triumphed seven times in 12 top-flight home matches recently, and they have already enjoyed a 2-0 away success against Dijon this term.

Sunday 28th February – Celta Vigo v Real Valladolid – Celta Vigo to win

Celta Vigo have been in superb form on their own patch of late, winning five of their last seven matches at the top table of Spanish football and scoring at least two goals in all of these victories. It has been a different story when Real Valladolid have taken to the road, as they have suffered ten defeats in 19 La Liga trips, winning only three times along the way.

Saturday 27th February – RB Leipzig v Borussia Monchengladbach – RB Leipzig to win

RB Leipzig have certainly turned their home ground into a fortress, winning nine times in 11 Bundesliga matches at the venue, not to mention losing only twice in 25 games. Borussia Monchengladbach, meanwhile, have triumphed just once in six trips at this level of late, with that sole success coming against much weaker opposition in the shape of Arminia Bielefeld.

Friday 26th February – Werder Bremen v Eintracht Frankfurt – Eintracht Frankfurt to win

Before taking on mighty Bayern Munich, Eintracht Frankfurt had been on an incredible run of form in the Bundesliga, winning eight and drawing two of their previous ten matches. Werder Bremen can only dream of such impressive numbers, as, prior to facing Hoffenheim, they had managed only three victories in 17 fixtures at the top table of German football.

Monday 22nd February – Brighton & Hove Albion v Crystal Palace – Brighton & Hove Albion to win

Brighton have really started to find their form recently, putting together a six-game unbeaten run in the Premier League in which they have pitched no fewer than five shutouts. Crystal Palace, by way of contrast, have lost four times in six top-flight fixtures of late, not to mention failing to trouble the scorers in each of their most recent ten losses on the road.

Saturday 20th February – Burnley v West Bromwich Albion – Burnley to win

Irrespective of which division they have been playing their football in, West Brom have not travelled well recently, winning only once in 14 matches on the way to collecting just seven points. Before playing host to Fulham, meanwhile, Burnley had triumphed four times in eight top-flight home fixtures, with their two defeats coming against the Manchester giants.

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.

Example

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!

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