Sports Spread Betting

Sports Spread Betting

What my aim is for Sports Spread Betting

My main aim for Sports Spread Betting is to show people the ways in which I profit from spread betting on sports, and I focus primarily on three sports – horse racing, football and cricket. If you are new to Spread Betting or are just in need of a little further clarification, it is worth taking a look at my post ‘What Is Spread Betting?‘.

There are a number of different markets within these three sports that I revisit time and again. There are hundreds of markets for each of these sports on a daily basis, with the key to success being to concentrate on a small minority of these, enabling me to have a huge mass of statistics that can easily pinpoint a prospective trade on any given day. I have collated these stats over a number of years and they are an extremely valuable commodity, as without them this service would be impossible.

Sports Spread Betting acts as a subscription service, and upon joining you have access to the daily selections that I am going to be backing with my own money, which you will receive via email on the day of the event (There won’t necessarily be a selection(s) every day). It is often impossible for me to send these selections any earlier, as the spread betting companies usually only release their ‘quotes’ on a particular event, on the day that event actually takes place.

What you can expect from this service

Each day you will receive an email from me detailing the trades that I am going to be entering into, and the rationale behind those trades. This will help to form an understanding of the reasons for my selection, and the corresponding statistics that I have to back my selections up.

Asking you to put your trust in me is an enormous thing to do, of that I am fully aware. Therefore, I have created a personal guarantee which I hope adds a lot of comfort and shows the confidence levels in being able to find successful trades. If during any monthly period of your subscription, the selections that I am backing do not make at least 25 points profit, there will be a FULL refund issued. This will, of course, continue until 25 points profit have been made in a monthly period.

Losses will happen from time to time, this is sport and nothing is a given. However, I would be very surprised if far in excess of 25 points was not made on a monthly basis.

What next?

I have tried to make signing up to Sports Spread Betting as easy as possible. All that is required of you is to click the link below, and this will take you to Clickbank where your monthly subscription will be created.

Monthly subscriptions are charged at £25 a month and will continue (assuming the 25 points a month profit are generated) at £25 a month thereafter until such time as you wish to cancel.

As your subscription is carried out through Clickbank, you have full control over it and may cancel at any time, with no further obligations whatsoever.

You can sign up to the Sports Spread Betting email service here CLICK HERE TO PURCHASE

Thank you so much for your time, and good luck!

If you have any questions whatsoever or are unsure about anything I have covered, please either leave a comment below or send me an email to

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Due to spread betting be regulated by the FCA, I am not allowed to be seen to be giving advice (as I am not regulated in this capacity). The selections that I send out via email will be simply the selections that I am putting my own money on each and every time. It is then up to you if you decide to copy me on those selections.

By subscribing to my emails you are stating that you fully understand the above and are happy to continue.

Spread betting carries a high level of risk to your capital and can result in losses larger than your initial stake/deposit. It may not be suitable for everyone so please ensure you fully understand the risks involved.

24 thoughts on “Sports Spread Betting”

    1. Hey Herb

      The three selections that were sent to members today were as follows.

      Buy ‘Aggregate X Goals’ at 89. (This market is the number of goals scored by home teams multiplied by the number of goals scored by away teams.
      Result = 77. 12 point loss

      Sell completed passes in the Watford v Liverpool match at 710
      Result = 646. 64 points profit

      Buy completed passes in the Brighton v Manchester City match at 760
      Result = 838. 78 points profit

      Profit on the day of 130 points.

  1. Hi Max
    Sorry if you have already mentioned this but what sort of up front money do you think we would need to start trading this
    Kind regards

    1. Hey Gary

      No problem at all, I am happy to answer any kinds of questions you may have. You could start off with a bank of just a couple of hundred pounds, and grow it over the weeks with the profits that you will hopefully make. The last two days have produced 169 points profit, therefore, at just £1 a point that would be a very nice increase for just a couple of days. Not all trades with win, however, so we need to be prepared for our bank to take the occasional hit as well.

      If you haven’t tried it before, then Matched Betting is an excellent way of putting a betting bank together. You can make £750-£1,000 risk-free very quickly. Take a look at my article on Matched Betting here.



  2. Hello.
    I’d love to subscribe to your service.
    I have only one question, which are usually the bookmakers or betfair that offer markets for your selections.
    Thanks in advance for your reply
    Good luck and health I wish you.

    1. Hey Sofia

      The bookmaker I’m currently using is Sporting Index, you can open an account with them here

      I am currently negotiating with a few others as well, to try and get an improved sign-up bonus for any of my members that open an account with them.

      It will be great to have you on board if you do decide to join.



      1. Thank you very much for your reply.
        Unfortunately, the site does not offer access from my country BULGARIA.
        Once again, thanks and a successful day.

  3. Hello

    What is the average profit a month you make to £5 a point stakes. And what is the longest losing run please?

    1. Hey Matthew

      There can be some big fluctuations in monthly returns, however, it would have to be a bad month for me to produce less than 100 points profit. I wouldn’t expect to have more than two or three losing trades in a row, obviously, I can’t predict the future, but this is based on three years’ worth of detailed stats so I am very confident.



  4. Can you please explain how you get the profit of 130 points on the 12th August ?
    I thought the profit would be much more from the 3 bets you quote.

    1. Hey Ken

      The profits would have been calculated as follows.

      Buy X goals at 89, the result was 77. Therefore, 89-77 = 12 points loss

      Sell Watford v Liverpool completed passes at 710, the result was 646. Therefore, 710-646 = 64 points profit.

      Buy Brighton v Manchester City completed passes at 760, the result was 838. Therefore, 838-760 = 78 points profit.

      So, -12 + 64 + 78 = 130 points profit overall.

      Please let me know if you have any other questions or anything isn’t unclear.



    1. Hey Rey

      Giving others access to the selections that I will be trading has no effect on me, especially as I use several different markets.

      You can sign up from the main sales page (Sports Spread Betting).



  5. I am thinking of joining up but just refused an account with Sporting Index
    I have lots of bookmakers accounts but Sporting Index obviously worried my credit
    history is chequered and I may lose in excess of my cash balance with them !!!
    Is there another spread betting company who you can recommend please

    1. Hey Leonard

      You can always open a debit rather than a credit account with Sporting Index, which will negate the credit problem. However, if that is no good then I would recommend Spreadex.



      1. Hi Max
        Spread betting companies are checking my credit score and even refusing me debit accounts as I have poor credit but am cash rich .
        Sporting Index and Spreadex both turned me down
        I am keen to start spread betting using your advice but halted in my tracks at present – what can I do??

        1. Hey Leonard

          I have never come across this before, I understand it with credit accounts but not debit.

          Do you have a friend or family member that would be able to open an account for you?



          1. Hi Max
            I have opened a spread betting account with Sports Spread and will now join up
            Thanks for your advice

  6. Hi,

    Would you show us some more monthly detailed results that you have had over the last year or so…?

    That would help us make the decision?

    Thanks Tony

    1. Hey Tony

      It’s difficult to give a typical monthly breakdown as up until recently I haven’t been sharing my selections. Therefore, what I am doing now will be more selective and tailored to sharing.

      However, a for instance would be over 1,000 profit for a year just using one particular market on the national hunt racing (which incidentally finishes it’s short summer hiatus this week).

      The easiest thing to do would be to try it out, and if it isn’t for you, you’re covered by the 60 day money back guarantee with Clickbank. You are also covered bt my own personal guarantee whereby if I don’t make 25 points profit over the course of the month with the trades I take, your subscription is refunded.



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