KikoCy Posted March 22, 2017 Share Posted March 22, 2017 (edited) There are plenty of factors to take in to consideration when putting money on teams. Form, sentiment of team, what they have to win/lose and of course statistics. Form is easy to trace, team news usually gives answers to their morale and sentiment and their league positioning speaks towards the win/lose scenarios. Statistics are my bread and butter and I want to share a few useful links here. The Stats Don't Lie This website has stats on football and horse racing. I only use it for football where you can compare globally, the best teams based on the factors chosen such as BTTS, Overs/Under etc. Of particular interest and kinda special to this website are: BTTS and win Early goals Scored first Scored in both halves Win to nil O1.5 team goals The list goes on and on... 2. FootyStats Similar website to above with a lot of similar metrics. The interface is much better however as you can sort by league and most BTTS, average goals, form at home vs away etc. Of particular interest: Daily games with form Average stats between teams H2H Overs/unders, results, BTTS, HT results etc. Total percentages of the above correlated to their opponent giving an average Own metrics of home advantage vs away advantage -> how their performances differ between home and away Average goals by months, 10 minute or 15 minute increments Frequent scorelines A lot of useful ones there. 3. WhoScored This is a well known one. The only reason I use WhoScored is for form, bookie prices and most importantly, match specific absences (injuries or suspensions). They cover previews for big leagues and they are decent but I wouldn't follow the correct score previews. Finally, I am not affiliated with any of these sites. I hope you find them useful p.s. drop any useful websites in this thread. Edited March 22, 2017 by KikoCy andrewcalo 1 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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