Head 2 Head Sports Review – Tipster Street

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Head 2 Head Sports is the latest tipster to launch on the Tipster Street platform. This tipster focuses on advising bets on tennis, darts and snooker.

The tipster is currently showing a profit of 82.37 pts and a 15% ROI since the service started being proofed by tipster street in January 2015.

Head 2 Head sports sends out an email each morning advising 2pt win bets on tennis, darts and snooker and a 1pt accumulator bet on all of the days selections.

Some days Head 2 Head sports will only advise one bet so there is no accumulator bet on these days.


I trialed this service for 2 months to the advised stakes of 2pt win bets and 1pt accumulators.

All bets are recorded to the advised odds which were available at the bookmakers at the time the bets were sent out via email.


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Running Bank

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Head 2 Head Sports – Stats

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If you want to take a closer look at these results, you can download my full results spreadsheet here.

My trial of Head 2 Head sports finished with a tiny profit of £0.84 to £10 per point stakes.

The trial got off to a good start but shortly after took a down turn and ended up practically breaking even after the two months were up.

This was some what disappointing considering how well Head 2 Head Sports appears to have been doing prior to the trial.

However, it should be said, 2 months is a very short time in the world of sports betting and just because this service hasn’t had the greatest results over the past 2 months doesn’t mean it won’t continue to make a profit over the long term.

How much does Head 2 Head Sports cost?

A subscription to Head 2 Head sports will cost you £2.49 for your first month. After that you’ve got a few options

Monthly – £9.95 per month

Quarterly – £19.95 every 3 months

Lifetime – £79.95 one off payment

Final thoughts on Head 2 Head Sports

Despite a fairly uneventful trial, I’m not writing Head 2 Head Sports off just yet.

After the two month trial the results are inconclusive. It looks to have produced some fairly impressive results in previous months and I’m curious as to whether it can continue to do so.

I plan on coming back to Head 2 Head sports in a few months time to see how things have gone.

You can sign up for Head 2 Head Sports here.