They say that good things come in threes. That is certainly true for football, with the modern game increasingly making use of formations and systems that focus on sets of three players able to work together as a unit. Liverpool and City both have a "three", now so do Tottenham.
It’s that time again. Time to start planning and building a set of new features for a big launch and another milestone in the journey of OddAlerts. This article will give you some insight into how I will be releasing the features that are part of a larger v5 launch.
Technology is becoming more influential within football. From VAR to player wearables, the game is changing at an incredible pace. Teams are adopting or pioneering new methods for recruitment, training, fan engagement, opposition analysis, and more. This article will focus on the data side of these technologies and show you how you can get started with a career in football.
This article will show you all you need to know in order to consistently find the best teams when it comes to betting on the home win market. We will set up a filter together and also check out the trends pages on OddAlerts.
I’m delighted to introduce Bet Tracking on OddAlerts, a new way to stay on top of your betting and get a better understanding of where you are going right (or wrong) and make adjustments. In this post, I will explain how bet tracking works, why I feel it’s crucial to adopt as part of your betting strategy, and what I have planned for this new feature.
Betting on card markets is one of the most popular ways to make money when betting on football. Different bookmakers often display the same markets differently. Some bookmakers, like Bet365, will display markets in a familiar and readable way. For example, “+3.5 Cards: Yes or No”. Other bookmakers, like SkyBet, adopt the “Booking Points” approach.
Welcome to the game, New Yorkers! On Saturday morning, the very first legal online sports bets were placed in the Big Apple. Betting companies were given the all clear to launch in New York as of 9am on Saturday 8th January 2021, and bettors wasted no time in getting involved from the comfort of their own homes.
The Asian Handicap is a type of bet that allows you to get a refund in certain situations. There’s more technicalities that will be outlined below but for now, that’s the core thing you need to understand and the main reason that the market(s) are so popular with bettors.
xG (Expected Goals) is a new metric often used in football betting that determines the probability that a shot will result in a goal. xG is recorded on a scale of 0-1 and takes in thousands of variables. In this article we will explain xG with plenty of examples.
This guide will introduce you to football markets aimed towards a more cautious and long-term betting strategy. We will discuss markets such as: Goal Line, Asian Lines, Draw No Bet, and Double Chance Bet. If you are betting on football to make money, these markets are a sensible way to minimise your overall risk.
Deep-links are direct and contextual links to bookmakers websites, taking you directly where you need to go. For example, when viewing Premier League xG Stats, the available deep-links will take you directly to the Premier League fixtures on 1xBet and Bet365. Other bookmakers will be added in time.
At OddAlerts, we would like to encourage safe and responsible gambling for all of our users, and we have put together this simple guide in order to share our own experiences and thoughts on how you can control your betting habits and ultimately save yourself money in the long-run.