Our system will let you know whenever there is a great in-game opportunity. We are always comparing live games with historical data and whenever there is a significant mismatch we let you know immediately.
This will help you determine the state of the teams before the game. Who has been losing a lot playing on other team’s field? How have the teams been playing with the same opponents or each other in previous games?
You can easily compare overall performance as well as dangerous attacks, goals, corners and cards with team’s averages. Are they playing stronger than expected? Have they tired themselves out without getting any goals? You can find opportunities from looking at simple graphs.
I really like the overview you get of all the games that are live. I use StatisticSports everyday to scout the "market", to find interesting games that are live.
I love that you easily can see which teams are dominating in different games, and from there you can click on that specific game to receive a lot of information about the team and the opponent. In what minutes they often score goals, create corners and so on.
Use it every day cause I'm a sporting bettor and I need your stats.
I like the Danger Attack and Shots on Goal stats and use them for my decision I like most the compact overview.
I like the fast updates an the very easy setup. Nice, clean and manageable.
The best part is that you can get info from example minute 55 to 75 in 2 clicks :-)
The most important thing for me is to find out whether the result of a match is correctly representing the team strengths, the shares of the play and the course of the match. Those could be value parameters the bookmakers and the market don't take into consideration when it comes to evaluating fair odds. For them what counts primarily is the score line. By using the StatisticSports.com data I might have a decisive advantage.
The live data is also a nice gimmick which can provide useful information during the game (especially at the beginning) to figure out if the live odds are correctly representing the shares of the play.
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