£6.95
Potential Profit
£0.00
Actual Profit

Super Odds Treble – William Hill


Posted by Matt (administrator) Matt
Start Time: 13/04/2019 15:00

There’s a big Saturday afternoon of football to look forward to and you don’t want to miss this William Hill Super Odds Treble! They’ve enhanced Everton, Aston Villa and Sheffield United all to win from 9/2 to a tasty 13/2. Translated into matched betting terms, this gives us a risk-free potential profit of £6.95 and here’s how…

William Hill Super Odds - Everton, Aston Villa & Sheff Utd

Super Odds Treble:

The maximum stake for this price boost is £5.00.

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

We can find the acca market via the following link trail…

Smarkets > Football > Accumulators > Saturday

We can calculate our underlay stake using my matched betting calculator. We just need to open up the ‘SHOW ADVANCED’ section and click the ‘UNDERLAY’ tab…

Select bet type

Back Bet (Bookie)

%

Lay Bet (Betting Exchange)

%
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 £5.11…

William Hill logo

Place £5.00 on Everton, Aston Villa & Sheff Utd all to win @ 7.50 = Potential profit of £32.50

Smarkets logo

Lay £5.11 on ‘Everton, Aston Villa & Sheffield United all to win on Saturday, April 13th – Yes’ @ 6.00 = Potential liability of £25.55

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

OutcomeBookieExchangeProfit/Loss
Treble wins+£32.50-£25.55£6.95 profit
Treble doesn't win-£5.00+£5.00£0.00

So, if our treble doesn’t win, we’ll break even and there’s no harm done. However, if our treble does win, we’ll make a nice risk-free profit of £6.95 on this William Hill Super Odds Treble!

* Aston Villa were the only team to win their respective fixture, resulting in break even on this William Hill price boost. *

Comments


  1. Liam

    Guest user

    What’s the difference between laying ‘Yes’ and backing ‘No’ on Smarkets?

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    1. Matt

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      They’re the same outcome Liam. Laying ‘Yes’ would be matched betting and backing ‘No’ would be dutching. Matched betting gives you a higher risk-free potential profit.

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  2. Al

    Guest user

    Why if I modify the Smarkets commission from 2% to 0% in the above examaple, does the win on the back side of the bet drop from £6.95 to £1.25?

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    1. Matt

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      You just need to click the ‘UNDERLAY‘ tab Al, as changing any of the figures will reset the calculator to a ‘STANDARD‘ lay stake.

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