A free resource with a proven track record of putting up winning stats-based selections, it's a must-have if you like to follow statistics, trends or simply want some help with the upcoming action.
The majority of the picks are intended as single wagers, but the team also landed five winning accumulators over the course of the regular season and are already working on ideas for the 2017/18 domestic campaign. The focus isn't just on England, the aim is always to reflect the wide range of competitions available on Soccerway and use the on-site tools to give punters a helping hand with their bets.
Fear not though, if you've yet to experience the betting guide then there is one more chance to get involved this season and the best news is, every page is dedicated to the Champions League final.
There's analysis from a number of different angles, from the head-to-head record between Juventus and Real Madrid, to an historial look at what to expect from a showpiece finale like this one and much more. Opta's latest data is also given plenty of coverage, so there are several really interesting facts about the game that could be particularly useful when deciding whether to have a bet and if so, what top opt for.
There are three selections put up in the guide, each taking a view on a popular betting market, so why not download a free copy and see if you agree with what the Soccerway team are putting up.
The special edition will be released on Saturday morning, so you'll have plenty of time to look over the analysis before the match gets underway at 19:45 BST. Simply register now and a free copy will be delivered via email as soon as it's available.
What's more, you can read it online, or download a copy to desktop, mobile or tablet so you can take this one-off special publication wherever you are.
From then on, you'll get our weekly betting guides as usual when they resume with a bumper crop of pre-season predictions later on in the summer. The recommended bets from this campaign's version included Chelsea to win the title at 6/1 (7.0), Sunderland to be relegated at 11/4 (3.75) and Arsenal to miss out on the top four at 11/8 (2.38).
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