£4.76
Guaranteed Profit
£4.77
Actual Profit

Soccer Saturday Super Boost – Sky Bet


Posted by Matt (administrator) Matt
Start Time: 19/09/2020 15:00

There’s a big Saturday of Premier League and Championship football to look forward to and you don’t want to miss this Sky Bet Soccer Saturday Super Boost! They’ve enhanced Man Utd and Leeds to win, plus our choice of Brentford to win, lose or draw. Translated into matched betting terms, this gives us a guaranteed profit of £4.76 and here’s how…

Soccer Saturday Super Boost:

The maximum stake will vary per customer, but it’s likely to be £10.00.

It’s entirely up to you which combination you go for. Having looked at the odds available, we could place our qualifying bet on Manchester Utd, Leeds & Brentford all to win.

Laying multiples is pretty straightforward. We can either build and lay the boost at Smarkets or use the pre-built accumulator markets at Betfair.

At the time of writing, laying our bet with Smarkets gives us the biggest risk-free potential profit.

If you’re not yet signed up, Smarkets are currently offering a £10.00 welcome bonus for new customers.

Banner showing the £10 welcome bonus offer from Smarkets

Banner showing the £10 welcome bonus offer from Smarkets

For a walk-through of how to lay multiples at Smarkets using their new feature, please see my Laying Multiples guide.

We can calculate our lay stake using my Matched Betting Calculator

Select bet type

Back Bet (Bookie)

Advanced
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Lay Bet (Betting Exchange)

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Min £
Max £
Lay stake required: £
Bookie
Exchange
Cashback
Total
If back (bookie) bet wins
£
£
£
= £
If lay (exchange) bet wins
£
£
£
= £

Total profit: £

As you can see, the calculator tells us that our lay stake should be £15.08…

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Place £10.00 on Manchester Utd, Leeds & Brentford all to win @ 6.00 = Potential profit of £50.00

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Lay £15.08 on Man Utd, Leeds & Brentford all to win @ 4.00 = Potential liability of £45.24

Outcomes:

Let’s have a look at our profit/loss for the two potential outcomes…

Outcome Bookie Exchange Profit/Loss
Treble wins +£50.00 -£45.24 £4.76 profit
Treble doesn't win -£10.00 +£14.77 £4.77 profit

So, no matter what happens, we’ll make a guaranteed profit of £4.76 on this Sky Bet Soccer Saturday Super Boost!

* Man Utd were the only team not to win their respective fixture, resulting in a profit of £4.77 on this Sky Bet price boost. *

Comments


  1. Trevor

    Guest user

    How do you find the Accumulator markets on Betfair or Smarkets? I just can’t find them.

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    1. S

      Guest user

      Agreed. And no idea. To be honest I haven’t seen a single one from any website not just Sky Sports.

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  2. Kevin M

    Guest user

    In Betfair you need to do a search for acca.

    In Smarkets, the only way I know to get trebles this year is to select a back treble then when the treble box comes up you get a lay option as well. I’ve not found their odds too generous this year.

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  3. Trevor

    Guest user

    Thank you all. Can’t find betfair accas at all but managed smarkets.

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    1. Matt

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      On Betfair, you just need to search ‘acca‘ Trevor or head to Football > Premier League > Acca Saturday 19 September.

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  4. Carling_Mascot

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    These odds aren’t bad on smarkets. Matt has given a guaranteed profit above, but if you underlay as has been recommended by Matt in the past, the profit could be £19.37 should the ACCA come in, which isn’t a bad profit at all.

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  5. Mark

    Guest user

    Don’t forget also that you can place 2 lots of stakes on these, for example £10 placed now 1.32pm would mean at 1.32pm tomorrow it would let you place another £10.

    24 hours after your 1st stake is placed.

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    1. Matt

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      Yes, it’s worth mentioning Mark. Out of interest, how often do you place two lots of stakes? I imagine it may draw a bit more attention to your account.

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  6. Mark

    Guest user

    I was gubbed a few years ago before I knew about the 24 hours, my max stake now is only £2.50 so I always double it up over 2 days, I also do all 3 trebles (when it’s profitable).

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    1. Matt

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      Ah okay. Yes, you might as well squeeze as much as you can out of the account then.

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  7. Alex

    Guest user

    It probably doesn’t make any difference, but I don’t lay skybet bets on betfair anymore as they are now owned by flutter entertainment, who also own betfair and paddy power.

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    1. Matt

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      Certainly something to bear in mind Alex. Thanks for posting.

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