It was another very impressive week from the Soccerway team as their betting guide highlighted a fantastic array of winning selections from across the footballing world.
The best minds behind the site produce a wide range of stats-based picks to help punters get ahead on their research. Statistics aren’t everything in betting of course, but they often form a huge part of many people’s weekly study up and Edition 20 certainly didn’t disappoint.
With a tally of nine winners, the latest release was one of the most successful to date. They included a clean sweep in the Key Stats section, a regular feature which has grown in popularity and aims to derive bets from the huge number of Opta stats that are produced each week for England’s top tier.
Those selections were Chelsea to beat Arsenal (Evens), Everton to win and over 2.5 goals (13/8) and Manchester United to heap more misery on Leicester (8/11). The biggest Premier League winner came in the form of Manchester City’s win over Swansea where the team recommended a pick at 13/8 (2.63).
Meanwhile the Top Picks column also secured three winning selections, two of which came from League One, including Walsall’s win over Northampton which was priced at 13/10 (2.30).
The guide contains plenty of previews for the most statistically relevant games, but that doesn’t just mean those in the top tiers. This season, there have been winners from plenty of more obscure competitions where the research suggested that there was some value to be had.
Having already landed three succesful accumulators this term, the team will be cruching the numbers using Soccerway’s on site tools to try and unearth another big priced winner in Edition 21, which will be released on Friday 10 February.
Already a Soccerway member? You’ll have a copy of the guide delivered directly to your inbox as soon as it’s released. Anyone who wishes to have it sent to them simply needs to register on site and they’ll be added to the list. You can also download a copy of the previous edition via the profile page to see how the other selections fared.
With a regular stream of winners and another profitable week to level stakes, can you afford to miss the next instalment?
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