Betting on cards has been growing in popularity due to the great value they can offer. To bet on cards you need to select one or more players to be shown a yellow or red card during the game.
Card Betting Tips
Player Card Double - 25/03
Chris Mepham has been carded in 3 of his last 5 games for Wales.
Casemiro was carded in his last game for Brazil & has had 7 cards this season including 2 red cards for Manchester United.
No bookmaker odds found for this accumulator.
Cards Betting Predictions
Often overlooked, card betting which involves selecting a player playing in a football match to receive a yellow or red card, offers some of the best value you can get. Betting on a player to receive a card has been growing yearly as punters have begun to realise that there is exceptional value to be had with bookmakers often mispricing selections.
These card betting tips can be placed before a game if you like doing your research there are often patterns that allow you to find a great price.
In addition to this, you can also place cards betting tips as the game is in-play. If you think you can sense the game is getting more heated or a player is losing their head then placing an inplay card bet could offer good value.
What are booking points compared to cards in betting?
You might have seen request a bet tips that involve a number of selections including booking points. These are different to our card betting tips as you select the number of cards to be shown not the actual players that get shown them.
Booking Points are usually calculated like this:
- Yellow Card = 10 Booking Points
- Two Yellow Cards (Red Card) = 25 Booking Points
- Red Card = 25 Booking Points
Example of a Card Betting Tip
Our team might look at a Liverpool vs Everton game being played and decide that there is good card betting value. From there we'll look at the prior stats to find the players that we believe have a good chance of getting a card.
Let's say for this example that we selected Liverpools 'Fabinho' who we had identified as a player with a history of receiving yellow cards vs Everton in the past. We would then go to the Liverpool vs Everton game on our chosen bookmaker and find the tab or drop-down for 'Player Cards'.
We would now scroll through the list and click 'Fabinho to receive a yellow card at a price of 7/2' which would add the selection to our betslip.
If we wanted to do a cards double bet, we could choose another player from this game or a different match using the same method as above.
Once the selection (or selections) are in your bet slip simply choose your desired stake and place your card bet!
Your selection will only win if all of the players within your bet receive a yellow OR red card.