Football Odds

Whichever team you support, if you’re keen to become a successful bettor, you’ll want to know where to get the best football odds !

Here at MobiBet, we’ve created an online football odds comparison tool that quickly shows you the betting sites that offer the best value on all the upcoming matches.

And for those of you who are relatively new to sports betting, we’ve got overviews of the various odds (such as fractional and decimal), the different types of bets that you can place, and a guide on how to use football betting calculators that can help you get the best returns.

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Today’s Odds

The odds that are offered by major sports betting sites can change quickly depending on a team and its players’ previous performance, latest injuries, and more.

So, if you want up-to-date information on which brands are offering the leading prices for today’s football matches, our clever comparison tool can show you at a glance which bookies you should place your bets with.

Reading the Different Types of Odds

Bookmakers, sports betting sites, and football pundits sometimes refer to odds in three different ways – fractional, decimal, and American.

When looking at the current market, you can usually alter the settings to look at your preferred style, but it’s still handy to understand how the three differ.

  • Fractional – Most UK bookies display fractional odds which are written as 9/1 or 3/2. If you were to bet £1 on the chances of a team winning at 9/1 and your bet comes in, you’d receive £9 of winnings plus your bet back, giving you a total of £10.
  • Decimal – Decimal odds are more commonly used in other European countries. An example is 10.5 which would give you a return of £10.50 if you placed a £1 bet.
  • American odds – American or Vegas odds are typically used in US sports betting. They use positive and negative signs. For instance, if Arsenal were +300 to win, you’d need to wager £300 to make a profit of £100, and if the same team were -300 to win, a £100 stake would get you £300.

Football Betting Calculator

Trying to work out the potential returns you could get on your bet can require some significant mental agility, so why not use a football betting calculator instead?

You can use these calculators to estimate the profits that you stand to gain on a single, multiple or accumulator bet.

The most popular bet types that sports betting brands offer on this particular market are:

  • Win/Draw/Win
  • Both Teams to Score
  • Correct Score
  • Anytime Scorer
  • Accumulator

In-Play Bets

In-play betting has become particularly popular in the last few years as it lets you take immediate action as your chosen match pans out.

You can enjoy watching the game live, safe in the knowledge that if things don’t go quite as you’d expected them to, you can use the timeout or ad break to alter your bet or place a new one without interrupting any of the on-screen action.

Available Markets

When it comes to “the beautiful game”, betting sites allow you to choose from an exciting range of leagues and competitions, including Premier League, Championship, Champions League, Europa League, Superliga, Serie A, and La Liga.

Where to Bet on Football Matches

There are hundreds of betting sites out there, but only a fraction of them can provide punters with the best football odds, and we want to help you find them as quickly and easily as possible.

MobiBet keeps a running score (pardon the pun) on the odds as they change so that we only present you with the sites and apps that offer the best value-for-money.

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