Regular readers of the Soccerway guide will already know what a valuable resource the weekly publication is for bettors, and the latest edition was no different.
Each week, the team behind the site utilise the range of tools available to punters, as well as the latest Opta facts, to come up with a range of bets which are backed up by the statistics.
Edition 27 saw a great return of seven winners with Northern Ireland’s win over Norway on Sunday rounding off a strong week of picks. Michael O’Neill’s men were correctly backed at 7/5 (2.40) to extend their unbeaten streak at Windsor Park to eight games with their sixth win in that period.
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Soccerway’s team is constantly pouring over the best stats-based information available to help you mark your cards as the season enters its business end, and they didn’t disappoint as Portugal’s 3-0 win over Hungary proved particularly profitable for anyone taking up the tips, with the clash in Lisbon resulted in a home win with over 2.5 goals scored at Evens (2.00).
Romelu Lukaku then saw out the 5/6 (1.83) tip on him to net with Belgium’s equaliser against Greece, as he capitalised on the visitors’ recent inability to keep a clean sheet with his sixth strike in four World Cup qualifiers right before the full-time whistle.
Trinidad and Tobago ground out a 1-0 win over Panama to see out the price of 6/4 (2.50) for under 1.5 goals to be scored, while Millwall - backed in the Top Picks section - saw off Swindon Town at the price of Evens (2.00). Opta data certainly came in handy as the team correctly predicted under 2.5 goals to be scored at Evens (2.00) when Crewe Alexandra visited Carlisle United.There's still plenty more action that Soccerway will cast its eyes on with the return of club football this weekend, so be sure to register for your free copy. Once you've done so, you'll get an email letting you know as soon as a new edition is released so you can see the tips before anyone else.