Different punters use different research methods - which is hardly surprising given the range of information available these days - but it can be difficult to get through the vast array of angles.
One valuable resource that you could be missing, though, is Soccerway's weekly betting guide. It takes a look at the upcoming action from a purely statistical perspective, analysing a range of data points to try and predict where the value lies with specific picks and relevant prices. Thousands of registered members are getting a weekly dose of stats-based opinion and betting tips delivered directly to their inboxes and available on desktop, mobile or tablet.
Edition five landed seven more correct selections from across Europe so be sure not to miss out on the next release, which will be available on Friday 22nd September.
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The biggest priced winner came from League One as Oldham's lost to Shrewsbury, as highlighted in the head-to-head section. That was flagged at 13/10 (2.30) and there was another correct pick from the Football League as Grimsby and Yeovil Town produced three or more goals, which was available at 47/50 (1.97).
In the Key Stats section, the latest Opta facts are used for the inspiration behind identifying a wager for selected Premier League matches, with Manchester United -1 advised at 11/10 (2.10) ahead of their match with Everton.
The focus isn't just on England though, with the latest guide having three winners from Serie A and another from La Liga. Ahead of another hectic weekend of action, the publication is a fantastic way to add another dimension to your research process.
With the team in fine form, why not register now to make sure you get the latest batch of picks before anyone else.