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Spread Betting on Corners
Betting on how many corners there will be in a football match might seem a strange form of gambling. Simply be keeping a note of how many corners a team wins or concedes easy winnings can be generated in the second half of the season of any league.
There are five factors which can be used to determine the total corners in any match:
High corner counts often go hand in hand with teams that attack with width.
Some teams will play the ball out of the penalty area or head away from goal rather than risk conceding a corner.
Some sides clear away an attack regardless of whether they concede a corner or not.
Size of pitch
The larger the pitch the greater the width of the touchline and that means more corners.
Windy weather tends to increase the count but very heavy rain can waterlog the pitch and reduce the count.
These factors and statistics for corner winning abilities create a bank of data that can be applied to spread betting and traditional betting. Traditional bookmakers will quote odds on three bands such as under 11 corners, exactly 11 corners or more than 11 corners.
This approach can be used for domestic matches and international games. Tournaments such as the World Cup, Copa America and European Championship involve many games over a sort period of time. Noting results from the first few matches and carefully applying the extra data concerning playing style, weather and pitch conditions can result in decent profits.