There are great opportunity to bet on players to get shown cards, and by creating a double or a treble, the odds can be very interesting indeed. All the major bookmakers are offering odds for players to get booked or sent off, so in this section, we will provide regular tips from our experts on this innovative and valuable new betting market. Don’t worry if you don’t have time to crunch the numbers, our team of tipsters will do it for you with the same quality as our other famous accumulator sections!
Check out our Player To Be Booked selections below:
Player To Be Booked Acca – Sunday
15:00 – John Egan To Be Booked in Sheffield Utd v Tottenham
Reason for Tip: The Irishman has already been carded four times this season and has an average of 1.4 fouls per game in the Premier League. Today he will have the difficult duty of marking Harry Kane who is one of the top 10 most fouled player in the top-flight, with an average of 2.2 per game. Kane will probably put the 28-year-old under pressure and backing Egan to get a card looks value here.
16:30 – Thiago Alcantara To Be Booked in Liverpool v Man Utd
Reason for Tip: This will be his full home debut for Liverpool for Thiago and we fancy him to also get a yellow card. The former Bayern Munich midfielder was booked in his last game against Southampton and also on his last match played with Bayern Munich. He is currently on seven bookings in 24 games, and with today’s being a heated affair, he will likely get another one.
Tipped at Odds: 16.33/1 (Odds subject to change)
A £20 Bet On The Acca Above Returns (Recommended Bookie – Best Price):
£20 Returns £346 with Bet365
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What Is Betting On Players To Get Cards So Popular?
It has probably happened to you to figure out, before a football match, which player is likely to get a yellow or red card. Not only there are positions which are more at risks than others, but also by looking at the opponents you can predict which players are likely to suffer most during the game and therefore likely to get carded. In addition to that, players’ past behaviours provide some clear guidance of what might happen next.