When there are so many sporting events to choose from, your mind suddenly starts thinking of lucrative accumulators. Why just place a single bet when you have worked out several selections that are just waiting to win?
The more selections you make, the more difficult it becomes to work out just how much you could win. That’s why using an accumulator bet calculator is so handy. It will show you just how much your bet is worth, particularly if it is a complex wager such as an Alphabet bet.
This summer is going to be another non-stop feast of sporting action. So, accumulator bet calculator at the ready let’s look at some of the top events on their way.
ICC World Cup
Until mid-July, the world’s top cricketing nations are battling it out to determine the best one-day team in the world. They might have to dodge a few showers, but this tournament provides punters with a steady stream of betting opportunities. Whether it’s who will win each match, the top run-scorer or who will take most wickets, there’s plenty of ammunition here for accumulators.
Women’s World Cup
It’s the turn of the world’s top female footballers to take centre stage this year. The USA are defending their world title in France but face strong opposition. Germany, France and England will all have their supporters dreaming of winning the final on 7 July. There are lots of group and knock-out matches and a great number of markets to bet on.
Not all the top male players are on the beach relaxing. Messi, Suarez, Aguero and Cavani are all in Brazil hoping to dethrone Chile as Copa America champions. The final takes place on 7 July, the same day as the Women’s World Cup final, sounds like material for an accumulator.
The top tennis tournament in the world begins on 1 July and there are plenty of bets to place over its two weeks. All the top tennis players in the world will be in action, perhaps even Andy Murray in the doubles.
The Open golf tournament is being held at Royal Portrush in Northern Ireland between 18 and 21 July. Golf is a fantastic sport to place bets on with the odds continually changing. Rory McIlroy would love to win this tournament on home soil but will have to be at his very best. Overseas challengers will include Brooks Koepka, Dustin Johnson and Tiger Woods.
This ridiculously busy summer continues in August with the Ashes series. England take on Australia hoping to regain the Ashes on home soil. Having been convincingly beaten in the last series, Joe Root and his team will hope for a much better performance. The series begins on 1 August and odds are already available, so look at the ante-post odds, bet calculator at hand and work out how to make a big profit.