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Alternative Betting Strategies
The All Things Football Algorithm is a emotionless mathematical calculation looking at key statistics accross football matches to predict the most likely outcome. Of course it cannot take account of 2 important factors and these are referee/officials errors and “Lady Luck”.
The calculation is self learning looking at each teams home and away form as well as overall form with particular attention paid to the variances in possession, territory, shots on goal, shots on target and corners and the impact these have on game outcomes.
We will post the most likely score, the most likely winner and the predictions with the highest confidence value as permutation bets.
Good social bettors can therefore interpret the information provided to make their own educated betting decisions. The strength of the predictions will only get stronger with the introduction of VAR next season.
What is the FBC Algorithm?
Our football betting experts analyse value football bets from around Europe and are looking to suggest a “Daily Double” on each day of the week.
Obviously it is not always possible but these will be posted on our “Free Bets” tab on a regular basis.
What is the preferred Permutation Bets?
The bookmakers love accumulators as they only need one team to lose for them to keep all the stake. All too often the team that lets you down is due to a dodgy decision, maybe a disputed penalty, a wrongful sending off or a disallowed goal that should have stood or vice versa.
The algorithm will rate each game result with a confidence factor. All games with a confidence factor of over 70% are included in a permutation suggestion.
These are as follows:
7 teams: Any 5 (21 bets), Any 6 (7 bets) and All 7 (1 bet). We usually recommend doubling your stake on the Accumulator.
6 Teams: Any 4 (15 bets), Any 5 (6 bets) and All 6 (1 bet).
5 Teams: Any 3 (10 bets), Any 4 (5 bets), All 5 (1 bet).
The basic concept is you can get up to 2 selections incorrect and still break even or make a small profit.