Offered by Sportsworld Publishing, Stallion Soccer Picks is a sports betting service that is operated by the same team behind Stallion’s Horse Racing Service.
What is the product?
Stallion Soccer Picks is a sports betting tipster service that has a focus on certain types of football bets. The service is email based with Sportsworld Publishing saying that subscribers can expect anywhere between 3 and 5 selections per day with tips being sent out near daily. As mentioned Sportsworld Publishing looks at certain betting markets and all bets will be for over 2.5 goals or correct outcome with combinations of bets often being offered too, all of which are advised on a level staking basis. Although the selection method isn’t something that is explored, given the nature of these bets and the fact that Stallion Soccer Picks has selections from all over the world (although the focus is on European football), it seems likely that Stallion Soccer Picks is statistic and form based (although this is speculative). There is further evidence to back this up as these are the same methods that the team behind Stallion Soccer Picks use for their horse racing tipster service. Whilst Sportsworld Publishing provide proofing for Stallion Soccer Picks, there is no strike rate and whilst it hasn’t been calculated, looking at the results a fair estimate would probably be around 40-45%.
What is the investment vs. the rate of return?
There is only one option for purchasing Stallion Soccer Picks which is a monthly subscription. This will cost £49 per month although Sportsworld Publishing do offer your first month at 50% off. There is no money back guarantee in place for Stallion Soccer Picks however this is generally the case for tipster services. The profits for Stallion Soccer Picks were shown at 78.2 points to the aforementioned level stakes with the majority of the profits coming from the combination bets. These profits cover a 3 month trial period ending in February however there is unfortunately no proofing for this month
Does the product provide value for money?
Whilst Stallion Soccer Picks has performed pretty well to date, I feel that it is perhaps a little too early to call it value for money, especially given the premium pricing.
There are a few things that I feel should be addressed about Stallion Soccer Picks before I focus on the positives (of which there are quite a few). These are namely that the service is a new one and unfortunately Sportsworld Publishing are yet to publish any proofing since Stallion Soccer Picks went “live”. Whilst I don’t believe that either is a deal breaker, they should definitely be kept in mind. Looking at the results Stallion Soccer Picks seems to be pretty consistent with profits however you definitely have to be willing to stick with it as there are often runs of losing bets. That having been said, the wins tend to be rather substantial with some days producing 10 or even 15 points. In terms of pricing, I think that £49 is definitely at the top end of reasonable and that is why I would personally give Stallion Soccer Picks another month to see how it performs in a “real” situation. Otherwise this is probably one of the better looking tipster services that I have seen recently.