Common terminology I use

U – Unit. This is what determines how much you place on a bet. Everybody’s “U” is different, due to different financial situations, but I recommend making 1U 1% or 2% of your bankroll. The importance of units cannot be understated, you must follow the staking plan I recommend and not “lump” larger amounts of money than usual on a bet unless advised. This ensures that during periods in which we are not winning as much, losses are minimised. Units will be given as either 0.25U, 0.5U, 1U or 2U.

HT – Half-time

FHG – First half goals

FHGL – First half goal line

MG – Match goals

GL – Goal line

P/L – Profit/Loss

My tipping format explained

My tips for a single match often follow the same format. On the first line of the tip will be the teams playing, alongside the date of the match if it is a pre-match bet. The next line will be the country and league of the match, with the country’s flag alongside that. The third line will be the bet being tipped, with the stake on the next line. The odds will either appear next to the bet tipped on the 3rd line, or next to the stake on the 4th line. Generally, most bets will be on bet365, especially in-plays. However, for any that are not on bet365 it will be specified next to the stake on the 4th line what bookie to place the bet on. An example of a typical bet is below:

Manchester United v Manchester City

🏴󠁧󠁢󠁥󠁮󠁧󠁿 England Premier League

Over 0.5 First half goals @ 2.00

Stake 1U

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