A combination of sports bettors, journalists, radio hosts, and data and analytics sources.
To get an advantage over the bookmaker, successful bettors will frequently rely on being able to acquire reliable information before anybody else. Twitter is an ideal platform for tipsters to offer bettors their thoughts on sports, provide news updates, brag/celebrate about their victories in front of a captive audience, and share losses.
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If you have a Twitter account (or are hurriedly creating one), here are the top 10 sports betting accounts to follow in 2021. This rundown, in no particular order, includes a combination of sports bettors, journalists, radio hosts, and data and analytics sources to help you with your own sports wagers. Take a look:
A tipster squad that provides daily betting recommendations and insights across a variety of football markets.
A free horse racing and greyhound tipping service.
Football news, previews, and recommended bets are all available on this popular account.
Researched football tips, specialising in niche leagues from across the world.
Working for ESPN, Barnwell is one of the more prominent sports journalists, specialising in American football (both college and the NFL).
Horse racing is often the most soul-crushing of sports to bet on, which is why an account with some degree of accuracy can be essential.
This popular account provides pregame and Inplay football selections.
If golf is your thing, Sporting Life editor Ben Coley is a must-follow when it comes to identifying potential diamonds in the rough at any given tournament, no matter the size.
Football tips from a team of enthusiasts. Uses the BetBull app.
The Bad Man Tipster is perhaps the greatest example of a “working man’s” tipster account in terms of UK football fans, represented as one man and his laptop.