Sports Betting Accounts You Should Follow - Prediction Machine

Sports Betting Accounts You Should Follow

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Sports Betting Tips

In sports betting, information is king.

Finding information quickly related to injuries, trends, weather, etc. can often be the difference between winning and losing a bet. We’ve repeatedly advocated for following beat writers for this reason, and the purpose of this article is to share with you some of our favorite non-beat writer X/Twitter follows.

The accounts listed below are informative and trustworthy and the latter is important because several sources have misleading information so far this NFL season.

@Adamschefter & @RapSheet – These are two of the best in the business when it comes to breaking news in the world of sports. Both Adam Schefter and Ian Rapoport are “must follows” on social media for sports fans and sports bettors. Because of the large volume of last-minute news stories, it’s wise to put your notifications on when following these guys.

@JohnEwing – John Ewing posts a lot of actionable sports betting trends, for instance: NHL teams are the most profitable on the moneyline, public betting trends on prop bets and sides and totals, as well as updated futures odds for various sports.

@Josh_Insights – Josh Appelbaum is wealth of sports betting information, in fact he’s the author of “The Everything Guide to Sports Betting.” Appelbaum’s bread and butter is reading markets, and making betting recommendations based on tried and true market trends. Some of them you’ve probably heard of “Prime time unders” but some you probably haven’t – for instance his “fade the trendy dog” system.

@IainMacbets – Iain MacMillan, the host of the Bacon Bets Podcast, delivers sports betting takes and betting recommendations that sizzle and will occasionally deliver a laugh. Earlier this NFL season, MacMillan promised to offer a bet on every single NFL game this season and you won’t find many handicappers brave enough to do that. To date, Iain is 109-97-2 (+6.01 units).

@PatrickE_vegas – Want to know which side the public is betting this week? Wondering how bad that chalky cover on Monday Night Football hurt the books? If yes, then Patrick Everson is a great follow for you.

@Lasvegascris – “Las Vegas Cris” has been handicapping games a long time and has an incredible track record in the toughest sport to handicap – the NFL. Cris is highly respected in the industry and produces a bi-weekly podcast on Youtube during the NFL season that is low budget, but loaded with great insights for those willing to look past its lack of fancy graphics, etc.

@fezziksports – Steve Fezzik has an incredible brain, especially for the mathematical side of sports betting. On Twitter/X, Fezzik regularly shares his power rankings, his favorite picks and has strong opinions on topics like buying points, the value of teasers, and hedging.

@Tonysmarkettips – Of course we are biased because Tony is our betting analyst. On Tony’s account you’ll find occasional live betting recommendations, musings about NFL football games on Sundays, and free picks.

@Kenpomeroy – Ken Pomeroy is the creator of the college basketball analytic site Ken is a legend with college basketball analytics and a must-follow if you bet college hoops.

@Adamchernoff – Adam Chernoff is the face of Right Angle Sports, one of the most respected pick release services out there. If you follow Adam, you can be in the loop when RAS releases free picks, but act quickly because those releases have been known to move lines within seconds.