The new Soccerway betting guide is out now!

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Edition 29 of the weekly publication has been released and is available free to all registered members and contains 17 selections from across Europe

There is a packed calendar of football around Europe over the next few days and the Soccerway team have been hard at work assessing the huge range of betting opportunities available to the online punter.

Want to see what the best minds behind the data-led site are backing and use it towards your studying process? Simply register to become a member; it's fast, easy and most importantly, free.

Once your registration is confirmed, you'll get an email notification every time a new edition is released, usually on a Friday. Missed the most recent one? Simply download a copy directly from the site, there's a link available on your Soccerway profile.

Overall, there are 17 stats-based bets from a huge variety of competitions, complete with reasoning based on a range of factors. The tools available on site allow punters to compare recent form, head-to-head records, goal time analysis and many more data points.


The betting guide takes that information and presents it in an easy to read format as well as listing a market which relates to the stats involved.

As usual the anytime angles focuses on some of the most in-form goal scorers, there's a look at several Premier League clashes with the latest Opta facts, a head-to-head section and much more! Whatever your focus or even if you’re just interested in how this weekend’s matches look from a statistical point of view, there’s something for everyone.

The majority of the picks are intended as single wagers but they're easily combined into a multiple if you're chasing a bigger return.

This week the team have also put together a five-fold which pays a shade over 19/2 (9.50). This feature has paid out four times already this season so why not check it out before placing your weekend wagers.

Don't forget, all you need to do is register on site and you'll be sent a new edition of the betting guide every time it's released. You can read the guide online or download it on desktop, mobile and tablet, so you'd never be without the best betting research.


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