Get Soccerway's verdict on the FA Cup, La Liga, Serie A and more

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After eight stats-based winners last week, the latest release takes a look at a numerous competitions to help bettors identify potential selections

Now entering its 19th weekly edition, Soccerway's betting guide is fast becoming an essential part of a punters' arsenal when it comes to identifying potential wagers. The latest version is out now amd is available free to all registered members.

Produced by the best minds behind the stats-based site, readers are given a snapshot of around 18 matches from around the world, selected because of their statistical patterns. Flagging not only what stats back up a potential trend but also what bet could coincide with it.

The Soccerway team identify these angles by utilising the wide range of on-site tools to compare recent form, head-to-head records and goal analysis in order to formulate an assessment of the match.

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Not only that, but there's also input from Opta, whose latest round of statistics can add a deeper layer of analysis for punters to consider when lining up their wagers.

Far from being focused simply on well-known competitions, there are a wide range of picks covered in Edition 19, from the FA Cup and La Liga to League Two and beyond. This weekend, there are selections from Portugal, Spain, Italy, Germany and Australia amongst others.

The Match Previews section returned four winning picks from four selections last weekend and this time around it includes a 2/1 (3.0) chance from the Africa Cup of Nations quarter finals and a 7/2 (4.50) pick from France.

So whether you're looking for an accumulator, a goal scorer bet or simply a guide as to where the value may lie in the markets, the Soccerway betting guide is a must have addition to your weekend study up.

You can get a free copy via email every week simply by registering on site. Don't worry if you missed the latest release, once logged in all members can download the latest guide via their profile page.

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