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With a new European football season getting underway, Soccerway members can get a free dose of stats and analysis delivered via email every week

Like a bet on the weekend's football? Interested in statistics, trends and how they relate to the hundreds of markets available to online bettors? If so, then Soccerway's betting guide is a resource you can't afford to miss.

Each week the best betting minds behind the stats-based site will put together their thoughts on various leagues, competitions and matches, highlighting angles that look worth of consideration from a betting standpoint.

This publication is available free to all registered members, so if you're not already signed up to get it, why not do so now to ensure you don't miss the new release? It's quick, simple and most importantly free to get involved and you'll then get an email every time a new edition is available.

There was a bumper pre-season version too, covering the Premier League, Bundesliga, La Liga and more. If you want to download that, you can do so via this link.


The first edition of the 2017/18 season will be sent out on Friday 18th August. Missed the email? Don't worry, you can download a copy directly from your profile page on the Soccerway website, simply log in, click on the profile button on the top right of the page and take the analysis with you wherever you go. It's available on desktop, mobile and tablet.

The majority of the selections are intended as single wagers, so if you're looking for a bet on a particular match, a goalscorer angle or just some good value, then Soccerway's betting guide has you covered. With selections from a range of competitions, it's well worth a look regardless of your area of focus.

There's also plenty of input from Opta, including statistics around some of the weekend's biggest games in the Premier League and beyond.

For those targeting a bigger win, there's also a Friday five-fold, which will highlight an accumulator backed up by the stats ahead of the weekend's action. The first attempt of the new campaign pays 10/1 (11.0) with picks from across Europe. It landed on several occasions last season so be sure to check it out if your betting approach includes this kind of wager.




LIV 0 - 0 RMA
LIV 2 - 1 AVL
RMA 3 - 1 LIV
ARS 0 - 3 LIV
WOL 0 - 1 LIV
LIV 2 - 0 RBL
LIV 0 - 1 FUL
LIV 0 - 1 CHE
SHU 0 - 2 LIV
RBL 0 - 2 LIV
Crystal Palace


CRY 1 - 4 CHE
EVE 1 - 1 CRY
CRY 1 - 0 WBA
TOT 4 - 1 CRY
CRY 0 - 0 MUN
CRY 0 - 0 FUL
BHA 1 - 2 CRY
CRY 0 - 3 BRN
LEE 2 - 0 CRY
NEW 1 - 2 CRY
Head to Head
20 Matches (1 Draws)
13 Total wins 6
6 Home wins 3
7 Away wins 3
Last 5 Matches
5 Wins
0 Draw
0 Wins
CRY 0 - 7 LIV
LIV 4 - 0 CRY
CRY 1 - 2 LIV
LIV 4 - 3 CRY
CRY 0 - 2 LIV
19 Goals Scored 4
Games Over 2.5 Goals 4 / 5
Both Teams Scored 2 / 5
Team Comparison
  • Attack
  • Defence
  • Distribution
  • Discipline
Player Comparison

Match Facts

  1. Both teams have found the back of the net in each of the last 10 meetings in all competitions between Liverpool and Crystal Palace, averaging 3.9 goals per game.
  2. Crystal Palace are looking to become the first side to win four consecutive top-flight games versus Liverpool at Anfield since Arsenal in December 1935.
  3. Liverpool haven’t kept a clean sheet against Crystal Palace in 13 competitive matches, since a 0-0 draw in an FA Cup 4th round tie in January 2003 (0-0).
  4. Christian Benteke has scored five goals in his previous three Premier League games at Anfield as an opposition player, more than he has at any other away ground in the competition.
  5. The Belgian’s brace in this fixture last term means he has now scored more Premier League goals at Anfield as a visiting player (5), than he did as a Liverpool player (4).
  6. Philippe Coutinho has had a hand in four goals in his last four Premier League appearances against the Eagles (two goals, two assists) but is unlikely to play this weekend.
  7. Roberto Firmino has both scored more and assisted more Premier League goals than any other Liverpool player since the start of 2015-16 (22 goals, 15 assists).
  8. On MD1, Mohamed Salah became the 12th different player to score on his Premier League debut for Liverpool – only Nigel Clough, Milan Baros and Daniel Sturridge have scored on their first two PL apps for the Reds.
  9. Sadio Mane, who has netted five goals in his last seven Premier League games, has had a hand in four goals in five matches against Crystal Palace in the top-flight (three goals, one assist).
  10. Frank De Boer lost his opening Premier League game in charge of the Eagles - the only Dutch manager to lose his first two games as a manager in the competition is Martin Jol (lost first three).
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