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QPR vs Reading Bet Builder Tip

QPR to win

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QPR have won five of their last seven Championship matches while Reading have lost three of their five away league games in 2022-23 and scored just twice on the road in 450 minutes of play. All three of Reading’s league defeats this term have come to sides that operate with a similar system to QPR.

Ilias Chair to score or assist

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Chair has chipped in with three goals and five assists in his 12 games for QPR this season. With main goal threat Willock out, Chair needs to step up.

Sam Field to be carded

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Field has already been booked twice this term, but he received close to a card every two games last term after seeing 14 yellow cards across 29 appearances last season. Back the midfielder to start to rack up more cautions, starting on Friday.

Arsenal vs Liverpool Ultimate Bet Builder Tip

Arsenal to win & BTTS

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Given the contrasting fortunes of these sides so far this season, we think the 6/4 price around a straight Arsenal win represents great value. However, we can boost that further by backing the Gunners in the win & BTTS market.

Gabriel Jesus to score

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Gabriel Jesus has three goals across his last four PL appearances, twice providing Arsenal’s second goal of the game during that run.

Granit Xhaka to be carded

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Xhaka picked up at least ten Premier League yellow cards in four of the last five full seasons with the Gunners, so he looks like a good bet for a third caution of the campaign this weekend.

Roberto Firmino to have 2+ shots on target

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Roberto Firmino has nine league goals against Arsenal, more than he has against any other side. Back him to at least work the goalkeeper in this one, given that the Brazilian has managed at least three shots on target in three of his last four Premier League outings.

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A bet builder is a tool offered by most major bookmakers. It allows a bettor to select a series of customised bets and bring them together to create a personalised larger bet. For the best bet builder tips today, make sure to check the FST experts’ predictions.

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To build a bet, open up your preferred bookmaker’s bet builder feature and begin selecting your markets. These will include the likes of both teams to score, total number of goals, total number of corners, player to be carded, and more. Once you have selected your markets – usually up to a maximum of six – then your bookmaker will automatically calculate the total odds.

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This has a lot to do with ‘related contingencies’. These are when one part of a bet affects the final outcome of the rest of the bet – for example an accumulator involving both Chelsea to lose 1-0 and Chelsea to lose the match. In normal wagers these aren’t allowed (except in the likes of wincasts and scorecasts), but bet builders allow you to add multiple markets to one bet, with odds adjusted accordingly.

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Best bet builder sites for 2021

Most major UK bookmakers offer a bet builder feature nowadays, and here we compile a list of some of the best bet builder sites around. Note that some bookmakers have brand-specific names for their bet builder – we will show these in brackets.

  • bet365 (Bet Builder)
  • William Hill (Build #YourOdds)
  • 888Sport (Bet Builder)
  • Paddy Power (Bet Builder)
  • Betfair (Same Game Multi)
  • Novibet (Bet Builder)
  • Betway (#BetYourWay Builder)
  • BetVictor (#PriceItUp Builder)
  • Betfred (#PickYourPunt)
  • Unibet – (Bet Builder)

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