Top Mistakes to Avoid When Volleyball Betting
There are a couple of different things to consider when you are placing your volleyball bets, these are common volleyball mistakes that punters made and to be the best you can, make sure you avoid these two key points.
When players are playing volleyball games for their domestic teams they will play on a regular basis, but the league is spread out so that players have time to rest ahead of their next game, with matches usually taking place over a weekend, with the week in between to rest. However, that is not the case when players go to tournaments, especially big international tournaments where they represent their countries.
It is in these tournaments where players are stretched to the limit in terms of fatigue, and this can be the deciding factor in these tournaments. When you bet volleyball in the latter stages, make sure you factor in the fatigue element, don’t forget about this.
In these tournaments, you will find teams playing close to every day, with just a few rest days thrown in the middle. When this happens, look out for teams who have had a lot of tough games and avoid them. Those who have had easy paths through, and who look to have gone through the early rounds without much of a test are the teams you need to be focussing on.
The Type of Arena
Non-volleyball players may not realise the importance of an arena and how the setup works with volleyball. This is a vitally important factor for a player and a big reason why people make the mistake of betting very early in tournaments.
For example, if a group of players have been playing in a domestic league with small arenas for the season and they then go to a big competition like the Olympics or the World Championships, they will then have to move into big arenas. The lighting in these areas is different, as is the feel of the court as the fans are far away and this can take some getting used to. If you are looking for teams to back, try and hold onto your cash until you have seen how the team performs in the arena where the tournament is taking place.
Even the top teams will take a game or two to settle into their new environment, which can have a big impact on the outcome of a game.