Both Teams NOT To Score - Money Trends
The Both Teams NOT To Score – Money Trends combine both the BTTS – NO odds and past Both Teams NOT To Score statistics. The stats on their own don’t tell the full story – i.e. whether the selections have been profitable or not. In other words, a team may have had some great stats but was available to back at very short odds. Therefore backing them would have generated very little profit or even a loss. The money trends quickly identify how the selections performed in relation to the available odds. They are great for finding profitable teams to back in certain markets, and they are equally handy to point out teams to avoid to bet on (e.g. public money bets, poor odds and value picks).
These trends will save you plenty of time that you would have to spend on calculating the profit/loss figures for each team for their last: 20 all, 20 home and 20 away matches. You can browse all trends for today and tomorrow, as well as use advanced filters and sort by the desired criteria.
Please take a moment to learn what the headers of the money trends stand for. The headers are at the top of the each column and you can use them for sorting data by clicking on them.
- O. – Currently available odds for the given outcome
- HPL – Home Team’s Profit/Loss figure from their last 20 (all/at home) matches
- HAO – Home Team’s Average Odds from their last 20 (all/at home) matches
- HTO – Home Team’s True odds for this outcome based on their success stats from their last 20 (all/at home) matches
- APL – Away Team’s Profit/Loss figure from their last 20 (all/at home) matches
- AAO – Away Team’s Average Odds from their last 20 (all/at home) matches
- ATO – Away Team’s True odds for this outcome based on their success stats from their last 20 (all/at home) matches
Example 1 – Good teams/ great stats/poor value
Consider Barcelona with the past stats of 85% (17/20) in their last 20 home matches for a sample market outcome. However, that outcome was available to back at average odds of 1.17.
If you bet on all 20 Barcelona’s past matches for that given markets your profit/loss figures would look similar to the following ones:
Backing 17 winners @ 1.17 for 10 units each returns 28.9 units of profit.
Backing 3 losers for 10 units each: -30 units.
Total: 28.9 – 30 = -1.1 units LOSS
Example 2 – Average teams/ average stats/good value
In Japanese J-League, Consadole Sapporo features with 70% (14/20) in their last 20 home matches. However, the odds for that outcome were available to back at average odds of 1.52.
Backing 14 winners @ 1.52 for 10 units each returns 72.8 units of profit.
Backing 6 losers for 10 units each: -60 units.
Total: 72.8 – 60 = 12.8 units PROFIT
Use the filter boxes (available in the tables’ headers) to narrow down the data and to quickly find the stats that you are looking for.
You can filter by country, competition, date, teams.
Furthermore, there are number range filters for the profit/loss figures, odds, average and true odds fileds.
The money trends are sorted by the highest profit figures for the home teams. All the profit/loss figures, odds, dates and times are fully sortable by clicking on the top of the columns’ headers.
Tip: Sort by 2 columns by clicking on a header whilst holding LEFT SHIFT button on your keyboard (once for sorting by ascending, twice for sorting by descending order).
Both Teams NOT To Score - Money Trends (Home/Away last 20 matches)
Both Teams NOT To Score - Money Trends (Last 20: Home at home, Away when away)