#RequestABet Tips

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#RequestABet Tips

Welcome to the Oddschanger RequestABet Tips page! Here you will find all of our recommended bets and tips, which have all been built using the Sky Bet Request A Bet feature. You’ll find our Request A Bet tips for today below.

RAB Double – 16/01/19

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As Sky Bet allow for Request A Bet markets to be made on most football fixtures being played, we’re able to offer our own RAB betting tips on most days of the week. If you have any questions about our RAB bets or want help on how to request odds for a bet of your own, you’re able to contact us on our social media pages. We’re @Oddschanger on Twitter and Facebook.

What are Request-A-Bet Tips?

Since Sky Bet came up with the idea, the RequestABet offer on their website and app has been favourable enough to compete equally with traditional means of betting, which is an indication of just how big an impact the market has made. Often referred to as RAB betting, a Request A Bet is a combination of several smaller markets to make up one massive bet that can be backed as a single selection with significantly enhanced odds. Typical markets that are included in these specials are the number of goals, number of booking points, number of corners, Match Result, Both Teams To Score, Correct Score and goalscorers.

Betting on Request-A-Bets

By visiting the Sky Bet app or website, you’re able to back a pre-made RequestABet offer, create a basic version, or request a more specified selection by contacting them on social media and asking for a price on a handful of markets. There are always improvements being made to the activity of RAB betting but they’re already in such high regard that they’ve become a go-to platform for people who want to put a high-odds bet on the season’s biggest fixtures. You can even put them into a double as long as your Request A Bet tips are taken from different games.

How to request a bet on Sky Bet

Unlike most current alternatives on the market, how to request a bet Sky Bet will craft for you couldn’t be much easier. The bookmaker will already present plenty of favourable selections on their website and app, but if there’s a few markets that you want combining into a RequestABet offer that they haven’t yet covered, you can do this by tweeting to them or by direct messaging their Twitter accounts, with one account solely dedicated to this process.

Why is it popular to request odds for bets?

The main point of a Sky Bet Request A Bet is to back a single selection made up of several markets that you expect will occur. Even though this will usually be a combination of each individual price, RAB betting has been known to also come with a better price than you’d get from making an accumulator of these selections. Request A Bet tips can be used as a way of enhancing merely backing a team to win, where you could alter a 4/6 Match Result selection into a 11/1 RAB by instead opting to back them to win, score two or more goals, take five or more corners, and for the opposition side to pick up at least twenty booking points.

How we pick our Request-A-Bet tips

Due to our intention to focus on bookmaker odds, we’re selective over the Request A Bet tips which we think carry value. This is why we will tend to offer a RAB Double, as we can find more value from finding two slightly over evens selections which combine to make up odds that only go as high as around 10/1. We use the same criteria for picking a RequestABet offer as we will for any of our other bets, looking in detail at past form, players who’ve scored in succession, players who’ve picked up a lot of yellow cards recently, how many corners usually feature, and any other market that we might consider adding into our Request A Bet tips.

It can be easier to identify where each market is most effective depending on the games being played. For instance, if it was a crucial Champions League game, the more aggressive players would be more likely to get booked, in the same way that if an elite side were playing a far weaker side, we’d expect them to score more than once, take more corners, and find themselves with a lesser amount of booking points.