Soccer 4 Fixtures and Tips below
See our soccer 4 predictions and tips for today above. These are the FT score predictions.
How to play Soccer 4
Soccer4 is an extension of the soccer 6 stable and provides punters with a massive test of skill, luck and soccer knowledge.
The odds are also high and this means substantial wins. As the name suggests, this bet slip is made up of four selected matches – normally English Premiership – and there are six betting options for each game.
This multibet is a mixed version of the soccer 1 and the more traditional soccer 6 pool.
Punters must predict the correct results of four games, with each match having one of six options.
Like all the soccer pools betting across the world, punters must remember that matches are calculated at 90 minutes. This means extra-time or penalty results are not paid out in this format, with the end result only being the one after the referee blows for full-time.
In each match one team will be designated Team A and another Team B. This means no home or away status must be applied. M1 will denote Match One, M2 match 2 and so forth until the fourth one is reached.
The result options available to the punter for each individual match are as follows:
Punters must take into consideration that unlike other jackpot bets, there is only a Team A and B and thus homework is necessary on checking if it is a home match or away match as this often as a bearing on the result and score.
Also, with four matches and six options per match, the chances of winning this is very low so the odds will be sky-high.
The cost of the bet is the same as in soccer 1, and the minimum bet amount is R6 a single entry, and the cost of a multiple entry is R6 per combination. The way to calculate a multi-bet in this option is much as like soccer 6 – total the number of predictions in each of the four matches and multiply them out. Then times that total by 6 to get the bet-total.
An example will be: If a punter chooses two options per game – 2x2x2x2=16. Then times that by 6 and the total bet will be R96. This is for choosing two options out of six on each of the four matches.
A further example of a mixed bet will be – in M1 (Match 1) the punter chooses 3 options, 2 more options in Match 2, 4 options in match 3 and 1 in Match 4. This calculation will now look like 3x2x4x1=24 x by six – total bet of R144.