Top 10 Twitter Sports Betting Accounts to Follow in 2021

If you are a sports bettor and you’re not on Twitter, you need to start an account right now. There are numerous Twitter accounts out there that can offer you great insight into whatever it is you are searching.

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If you have a Twitter account or if you now hurriedly starting one, here are the ten sports betting accounts you should follow in 2021.

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Statmuse (@statmuse)

For the NBA bettor looking for some aesthetics, Statmuse offers all sorts of intriguing player and team stats. Their stats offer bettors some solid insight while doing betting research. Plus, it looks great. Bettors will love the graphics!

Bill Barnwell (@BillBarnwell)

If you don’t know Bill Barnwell, you should. Barnwell works for ESPN and is one of the more prominent sports journalists of the past decade or so. He is not your average sports analyst and you will find plenty of golden nuggets throughout his daily tweets.

Enough people follow him – roughly 185,000 – to give evidence that he must be doing something right. Barnwell’s specialty is football, the American kind both college and the NFL.

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Ken Pomeroy (@kenpomeroy)

If you like to bet on college basketball, you need to be following Ken Pomeroy. If the name sounds familiar, maybe you are aware of his website.

It’s a statistical database full of just about every statistic imaginable. If you fill out your NCAA tournament bracket without taking a look at, you are a lost cause. This guy gives tremendous insights for the serious college basketball bettor.

Evolving Hockey (@EvolvingHockey)

Betting on the NHL is one of the true hidden gems in the betting world. To improve your winning percentage in hockey betting, following Evolving Hockey. It has some of the most advanced statistics anywhere.

Bettors can find every available tool to help them make sound betting decisions. You can also get in- game analysis if you like live betting.

Todd Fuhrman (@ToddFuhrman)

A former oddsmaker at Caesars, Fuhrman is now an analyst for Fox Bet Live, CBS Sports, and NASCAR Race Hub. He brings a different level of insider knowledge that is rarely found in the sports betting industry. Fuhrman is also the co-founder of the Bet The Board podcast and offers his 135,000-plus followers unrivaled betting-centric insight.

Darren Rovell (@darrenrovell)

Rovell worked for ESPN for years and joined The Action Network in 2018. He provides his 2 million Twitter followers with all sorts of news related to sports and sports betting. Rovell provides interesting nuggets of information like the auction on the ping pong paddle used by Tom Hanks in Forrest Gump as well as 2021 NFL Draft data like the most lopsided bet. That would be on Penn State LB Micah Parsons being drafted after the 12th pick.

Betting Pros (@BettingProsNFL)

What started as quality NFL betting analysis has grown into much more. Betting Pros has over 7,000 followers and growing who can tap into the 140-plus experts that provide sports betting advice and help bettors win more bets.

Covers (@Covers)

Even if you weren’t into sports betting and just really loved sports, you should be following Covers. Bettors can find current, daily news, stats, and other information that will improve your winning percentage and just make your daily sports more entertaining.

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R.J. Bell (@RJinVegas)

Bell founded Pregame which is one of the best sports betting analytics websites. His 187k-plus followers find some pretty interesting information in his Twitter feed. You might also learn some insight on placing bets.

Colin Cowherd (@ColinCowherd)

Even if you can’t stand the guy, you have to admit that he offers some of the best insider information in all sports. Cowherd keeps it real – unbiased and professional. Over 1.5 million followers are getting something out of following him. You should too.

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