Having begun just over a year ago, Soccerway's betting guide is now a valuable tool for the stats-based bettor. Distributed free to thousands of registered members, the publication provided readers with a string of well-priced winning picks over the past few days of action.
With two selections voided due to the heavy rain which saw Sampdoria v Roma postponed, the final figures read nine winners from 15 tips. What's more, had you placed £1 on each of the bets at the advised prices, you'd have been £6.93 in profit. A superb return by any measure.
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Before Sunday's action got underway though, the fourth weekly edition of the season had already racked up a number of correct selections. They included 7/4 (2.75) on Oxford United beating Gillingham "to nil", under 2.5 goals in Watford's clash with Southampton (23/25) and Chelsea to win at Leicester, priced at 21/25 (1.84).
Those two selections were from the Key Stats section, which uses Opta's latest facts to source bets for the Premier League weekend, but the Soccerway betting guide casts it's net much further than England in the search for profitable picks.
A high-scoring win for Napoli was advised at 10/11 (1.91) and they duly obliged against Bologna, coming out on top by a 3-0 score line. Also in Serie A, Lazio's 4-1 victory over AC Milan was enough to secure a 19/20 (1.95) winner on both teams to score and over 2.5 goals in the game.
The best betting brains behind the stats-based site use the various tools available to Soccerway readers to uncover betting angles that are backed up by the numbers. They can be based on recent form, head-to-head records, goal-time analysis and many more factors.