The Daily Sports Betting Sheet is a relatively long standing tipster service from BetInfo 24 that provides users with a variety of different types of tips. To date it has shown some strong and consistent profits.
Introduction to The Daily Sports Betting Sheet
With so much betting on the market, if you are just starting out, it can be had to know where to begin. Sure, we all have our preferences. I certainly find football more interesting than horse racing, but I wouldn’t turn my nose up at a good horse racing service because of that. Of course, the ideal situation would be to have a decent betting portfolio. Bets that are constantly working for you covering a variety of different bet types on different sports.
Enter The Daily Sports Betting Sheet. A rather unique tipster service in so much as it offers selections on what are arguably the three biggest betting markets in the UK. Horse racing, football, and greyhound racing. And it comes from BetInfo 24 , a pretty well respected name in the betting field with a wealth of other services available. So, what you are potentially getting here is a very impressive service which almost acts as an out of the box portfolio.
Now the key word there is almost. Because as much as there is some impressive structure to The Daily Sports Betting Sheet, and BetInfo 24 are definitely doing something that isn’t the norm. This is a service that is a long way from being without flaw. In actual fact, as I will cover over this review, there several elements of this that are… Well, they’re a bit risky. So, with that said, let’s get straight into this and see if it is worth your time, effort, and money.
What Does The Daily Sports Betting Sheet Offer?
As much as there are a lot of elements relating to The Daily Sports Betting Sheet that are almost unique, there are also a lot of elements that aren’t really. And one the core elements of any tipster service is the management side of things. An area where BetInfo 24 should probably be pretty on top of things (given the number of tipster services that they’ve been involved in), and I suppose that they ultimately are.
The fact is that much of what The Daily Sports Betting Sheet does is very much in line with other tipster services. Selections are sent out on a daily basis, and, as you would expect, they are sent out directly via email. However, they are sent out rather late in the day. BetInfo 24 say that selections are sent out typically between 9am and 11am.
We are told that this gives you plenty of time to get the best odds guaranteed. This is theoretically correct, but simply getting the best odds guaranteed doesn’t necessarily mean that you are getting the best odds that you could have got. And it is with that in mind that I would probably recommend using an odds comparison site.
Truthfully, the variety and range of bets that BetInfo 24 advise through The Daily Sports Betting Sheet mean that there are longer odds involved. Furthermore, that variety of bets also means that whilst there is a generally a pretty reasonable strike rate (which I will come to), the actual wins just aren’t that consistent. As such, I think it’s quite important to maximise your possible returns.
Which of course brings me to the bets. Where there is a lot to unpack. First things first, I want to talk about those odds a bit. These can range from a Lucky 15 which returned a massive win, all the way down to bets that come in at 9/4. They’re generally pretty good going if I’m honest, but it is very much contextual.
And it is impossible to talk about the bets without coming back to that key word. Variety. As well as the fact that you are betting on horse racing, football, and greyhound racing, there are a variety of bet types that are advised by BetInfo 24 .
One of the core premises if The Daily Sports Betting Sheet is based around the idea of a nap bet. This is the best bet for the day and it is predominantly concerned with horse racing. Of course, horse racing and greyhound racing have rather limited betting markets. But when it comes to football, The Daily Sports Betting Sheet really opens up.
Because it is there that you see everything become wide open. BetInfo 24 recommend markets ranging from over/under markets, btts, and simply backing a team to win. But these are also doubled down on (or sometimes more) by also backing these markets as accumulators. These range from doubles going all the way to (at least historically) Lucky 15 bets as well.
Now one of the things that is really worth mentioning when you look at The Daily Sports Betting Sheet is the volume of tips. Because, as BetInfo 24 themselves point out, you can be looking at as many as 10 tips per day. Now that doesn’t happen all the time, but when it does it can mean a lot of outlay. You see, one of the biggest considerations for all of this at least in my book, is the staking plan.
First things first, let’s talk about that nap of the day. That ensures that at the bare minimum, you will be staking 3 points per day which are the advised stakes. But with those other bets, you can be staking as much as an additional 18 points. This is because almost all of the other bets advised through The Daily Sports Betting Sheet should be backed to 2 points.
The final factor in all of this comes from the fact that the betting bank BetInfo 24 recommend is just 200 points. That sounds like a lot, and in many respects, I think that it’s probably pretty reasonable. But it’s also worth noting that when you’re potentially betting 21 points per day, it also isn’t that much either.
With all of that out of the way, I do want to mention the strike rate. On average, this comes in at 27%, however it isn’t necessarily reflective of the results. There are quite frequent patterns of a large number of wins in a row. However, with that also come quite substantial losing runs. Which mean that you really do need to be disciplined to see them through. Especially because of the effect the stakes have on the profit and loss.
How Does The Daily Sports Betting Sheet Work?
Whilst BetInfo 24 are very forthcoming in terms of data surrounding The Daily Sports Betting Sheet, they are unfortunately the polar opposite when it comes to information about what the service entails. And that is, if I’m honest, a little bit of a problem to me. Because whilst I don’t necessarily expect to see a comprehensive breakdown, I would like to see something.
The unfortunate fact of the matter is that BetInfo 24 don’t really talk about the selection process for The Daily Sports Betting Sheet at all. And that is particularly problematic for me given the fact that you are receiving tips for 3 different sports. Because here’s the thing. I can see somebody perhaps having some edge over the bookies in one discipline. But 3?
Quite literally all that we are told is that the tips come from a “Leading Professional”. That just isn’t quite enough for me. With that said, I can look at the results and get at least some idea. And whilst this is speculative, I believe that there is probably a strong element of finding value. An approach that I believe the odds for The Daily Sports Betting Sheet are in line with.
Now probably the biggest mitigating factor for BetInfo 24 is that they do provide very comprehensive proofing for the service. This means that at the very least you can get an idea of what the ebb and flow of The Daily Sports Betting Sheet is. Something that I do feel is really quite important given the nature of the wins and the losses.
What is the Initial Investment?
If you want to sign up to The Daily Sports Betting Sheet there are just two different options available. The first of these is a monthly subscription. This is priced at £29.99 per month (plus VAT). Alternatively, BetInfo 24 offer a quarterly subscription which is priced at £69.99. Obviously, this represents moderately better value, but does come at a quite significant increase in your outlay.
Fortunately, whichever option you choose, there is a full 30 day money back guarantee. This is backed up by the fact that BetInfo 24 are selling The Daily Sports Betting Sheet through Clickbank. Not that I think you’d actually have too much trouble with a reputable firm.
What is the Rate of Return?
One of the things that really stands out about The Daily Sports Betting Sheet is the sheer profit potential that exists. BetInfo 24 ’s proofing goes back to the 19th of November. Keeping in mind that there was a gap between mid-march and the 1st of June, this makes the profit of 1,130.6 points that has been achieved to the point of writing is seemingly very impressive.
With that said, there does have to be some context provided for these numbers. First things first, there is the fact that almost all bets have been advised to at least 2 point stakes. This means that you could very easily halve that number to 565 points to 1 point stakes.
Then you can also factor in that The Daily Sports Betting Sheet had a 278 point Lucky 15 land very early on. Given that this bet type is no longer used, you won’t see this kind of return again. As such, it could be argued that it isn’t unreasonable to take that out of consideration. Which would leave you with a profit of 287 points.
Conclusion for The Daily Sports Betting Sheet
Before I start picking apart The Daily Sports Betting Sheet, I want you to keep in mind that ultimately, the results that have been attained have been pretty decent. Even when you take into account the stakes, those results are still very respectable. They’re just not necessarily what you might expect coming into this.
Now, with that said, let’s talk about some of the problems that I believe exist with The Daily Sports Betting Sheet. Because whilst the profits are reasonable enough, getting them carries quite significant risk in my book. First things first, I think you have to address the drawdown potential. I know full well that I said earlier that the maximum stakes per day are 21 points. But just how often will you hit this?
Well, in the last month, there were 9 bets that hit that maximum of 10 bets on a given day. Many more than this had 8 or 9 bets advised. Yes, this is less than that maximum, but you’re still looking at potential drawdown of 17 and 19 points. That all really adds up. Especially when there is a lower strike rate. Which there is with The Daily Sports Betting Sheet.
The fact is that the 27% that BetInfo 24 mention just isn’t necessarily indicative of what you can expect from the results. Even in the last few weeks, I’ve easily identified a losing streak of 11 bets (21 points on the bounce). Another 11 streak loss saw The Daily Sports Betting Sheet losing 24 points. But the thing with all of this is that they aren’t one off examples.
Honestly, I could overlook that if I knew that there was a decent selection process in place. And there could be. But BetInfo 24 don’t really tell us anything in this regard. Which means that fundamentally, you do end up coming into The Daily Sports Betting Sheet a bit blind. Something that I don’t generally recommend doing.
This especially applies in the case of The Daily Sports Betting Sheet because selections are advised for 3 different sports. Here’s the thing, I can look at a tipster who specialises, and see how they might be able to gain some edge over the bookies. It really isn’t unfeasible that you could attain extra value by being able to spot a certain angle. In one sport. Three though…? It’s a harder sell.
With that said, I also think it’s quite important to acknowledge the fact that BetInfo 24 ’s involvement does add some legitimacy to The Daily Sports Betting Sheet. By preference, I would definitely like to have seen some insight into the selection process, but it doesn’t necessarily have to be an entire deal breaker.
So, would I recommend The Daily Sports Betting Sheet? I’m not certain that I would. Here’s the thing, I think that there are some strong positives around the service. If you’re able to follow the staking plan, this is hugely profitable. Let’s not forget that there have been over 1,000 points of profit. That is a bloody large amount. And for £30 per month, that’s value for money.
But the fact is that is just one way of looking at The Daily Sports Betting Sheet. For most people, I’m just not necessarily convinced that it warrants the risk that is involved. Like I say, it’s very easy to calculate the results down. And that isn’t something that I want to do. But it would be very naïve to ignore that the stakes are inflated a little, and that a fifth of the profit was made using a (seemingly) now redundant bet type.
On top of that, there is the fact that you are still coming into this blind. I know I said the involvement of BetInfo 24 adds some legitimacy, but it doesn’t negate some honestly very reasonable questions. Especially in light of that relatively low strike rate.