No Goalscorer matched betting is a useful strategy. Let’s see how to exploit this risk free matched betting technique.
Experienced matched bettors have been betting on no goalscorer (NGS) for years. This football matched betting technique can feel like chasing a unicorn. However, there is good profit potential in this strategy.
No Goalscorer is a simple 2-step backing and laying strategy:
2). Place a lay bet on 0-0 in the ‘Correct Score’ market at the exchange.
You’re hoping the match finishes 1-0, with an own goal the only goal scored in the match.
This is because most* bookies don’t count own goals when settling first goalscorer bets.
A result of 1-0 with an own goal means you win the back bet on No Goalscorer. You would also win your lay bet on 0-0. A rare occurrence where you could win both sides of the matched bet!
How to find No Goalscorer matched bets
Where should you look for No Goalscorer betting opportunities? Consider teams like Northern Ireland or low scoring Premier League teams.
No Goalscorer triggered on Wales versus Northern Ireland at Euro 2016. It was a 6.5/6.4 odds match at several bookies.
No Goalscorer is often available as a no-loss or minimal loss back/lay matched bet. Republic of Ireland versus Northern Ireland 2018 World Cup qualifiers were great examples. But neither match triggered No Goalscorer.
No Goalscorer is a useful diversifier in your match betting techniques.
Only take arbs or a straight odds match such as 6.0/6.0, 8.5/8.5.
Only take arbs or a straight odds match such as 6.0/6.0, 8.5/8.5. Don’t take qualifying losses, as No Goalscorer rarely triggers in football matches.
*Please check each bookmaker’s terms to ensure they don’t count own goals for settlement of first goalscorer bets.
At the time of writing, Bwin void first goalscorer bets if the first goal scored is an own goal. So, Bwin are unsuitable for No Goalscorer matched betting.*