Daily Fixed Predictions
Ypiranga FC – Juventude : 2 Odd: 2.50 FT: 0:1
Dep. Cuenca – Orense : under 2.5 goals Odd: 1.75 FT: 1:0
Stranraer – Brechin: X/1 Odd: 4.20 HT: 0:0 FT: 2:0
Your betting records
Analyzing past betting records should be an ongoing process. It’s something that a lot of bettors fail to find the time for though, as they’re busy trying to spot opportunities to get their money down. This is understandable to some extent, as there are only so many hours in a day.
It’s really very important that you analyze your records at some point though. It might seem like a drag, but it can help you identify your strengths and weaknesses. This in turn should enable you to improve your betting performance in the future. So if you don’t think you’ll be able to find the time once a season is underway, be sure to find some time before it starts. There’s no excuse at all for not doing at least some basic analysis during the pre-season. And this is the absolute bare minimum you should really do. It’s a vital part of developing your overall skill and ability as a bettor.
Changes to the playing personnel can dramatically change the overall quality of a soccer team, for better or for worse. So it’s advisable to keep track of all the transfers happening at teams that you bet on. This will help to shape your opinion of those teams for the coming season. Although it’s impossible to ever know for sure what effect these transfers have, you should at least be able to make some informed judgements. Here’s a couple of examples.
During the close season, a team transfers two of its best players to bigger clubs and fails to adequately replace them. How does this affect your opinion of this team? Other players might step up and fill the void, but it’s surely reasonable to assume that the team isn’t going to be as strong as it was.
Meanwhile, an already strong team buys three top players and sells none. These new players are specifically for areas where the team was lacking a little quality. What do you think about this team now? There’s no guarantee that these players will fit in and perform well, but it’s reasonable to assume that they’re more likely to improve the team than not.