The FIFA World Cup is in full swing now. The goals have been pouring in.
More than enough times, the VARs have been called into action in different games. The action has been non-stop and fans all over the world have enjoyed all the excitement.
You’re probably one of those fans who have been enjoying all the action from the past seven days in Russia. You probably haven’t missed any minute of football action. You know all the stats, numbers, and every other thing concerning the World Cup.
But have you made any money from watching the World Cup yet?
Do you even know that you can make money while watching these World Cup games? If you’re just realizing this, it’s not too late to start earning money from the World Cup games. As a matter of fact, it’s about the best time to start making your cool cash from the games being played in Russia.
But before you can make any money, there are two things you need:
A NairaBET account
With several teams set to play each other over the coming days, the money-making opportunities are endless. There’s more than enough money to be won via predicting the outcome of these games. And when we say ‘outcome,’ we’re referring to a wide range of options (we will touch on that in the later part of this blog post).
But to be able to have access to these markets, you need to open your betting account through which you can place your bets and earn yourself some extra cash over the period of the competition.
And before you start thinking about complexities, opening your NairaBET account is as simple as ABC.
Get familiar with the trends
After you have opened your betting account and funded it, you still need one more thing to start winning: making the correct predictions. No matter how much you start with, you’ll be better off knowing about the trend of events at the World Cup.
This knowledge will help you to know which predictions to make and the ones to avoid, helping you to win more bets.
As far as the Russia 2018 World Cup is concerned, here are a few trends that you can find useful:
- As at the time of writing this blog post, no game has ended without a goal. Every game that has been played so far has featured at least a goal.
- Penalty kicks have been the order of the day at the World Cup. In the first 16 games played, 8 penalty decisions were given by different referees.
- The number of corner-kicks that have been played in games have also been, on the average, over 7,5 per game.
- Only one red card has been issued since the start of the World Cup
- Since the second round of group games began, most of the goals scored have come in the first half (Portugal, Denmark, Uruguay).