The Predictions Spotlight will showcase the best users on OddAlerts from the previous gameweek. For the first week, you will see upcoming Predictions from @joe, @richardpeacock, and last week's winner: @JOKER
Welcome to the latest experiment on OddAlerts. This time, we will be using AI to allow you to talk to your favourite football managers, starting with Jurgen Klopp. Head to /Chat to test this out! A new manager will be released each day until next week.
After one of the busiest Saturday's ever on OddAlerts, I decided to spend Sunday fixing some bugs and improving the general speed of the site.
Social predictions are coming to OddAlerts and starting today, Season Ticket holders can expriment with this new feature.
When using Bet Tracking, you can now bring back old bankrolls that you once archived.
I'm delighted to announce that you can now set availability alerts using the bookmaker Pinnacle. With this release comes a complete rework of the availability alerts, including a new front-end for managing your settings.
If you're like me, you might set alerts on games from different parts of the site. It can be easy to do and forget, especially from the Trends page. Now, when you visit the front-page of OddAlerts, you will have the option to quickly load games that you have alerts set on.
You can now filter for a specific market when calling the value bets API endpoint. For example, you might add &market=homeWin if you just wanted to see all of the value bets for the home victory. You can view full documentation on the API (Beta) here. I have also added a new CSV download to the /downloads page. You can now view the past 6 months of fixtures for the BTTS probability model.
I've launched a couple of new things here. The first, is a new feature when using filters on the front-page of OddAlerts. The site will now remember the games you have seen (within the context of a filter) and show you a 'seen' label. Also, I've got my hands on some new data and wanted to build a page for it. So, here's the brand-new TV Guide page. It has one job. To show you what channel(s) a certain game of football is being shown on. This is something I personally wanted as I'm often searching around on my Amazon Firestick for the right channels. Now I can see who's showing what, regardless of country.
More improvements have been made to the front-end of the value bets, including the ability to remove friendlies from your value bets. This option is now available in the filters section of the value bets page. I've also added some UI improvements when adding bets to bet tracking from the value bets page.
As well as adding WilliamHill to the odds movement DB, there is also the addition of team goals. At this moment, this market is only available on Bet365.
That's right, there is a new bookmaker inside the odds movement tool. You can now view William Hill odds within the dropping odds pages, the value bets pages, and from within the fixture itself.
Highly requested, so I'm really glad to get this one out. You can now download massive raw data from OddAlerts. These smart spreadsheets are automatically refreshed every single day. Explore more on the new Downloads page.
You can now use quick filters to filter for the League Predictability and Over/Under 3.5 Goals
Happy New Year! First, I would like to apologise for the slow start to the year. I had hoped to have had a couple of things live by now, but unfortunately picked up a nasty virual around NYE that made coding very difficult. I'm back now and looking to pick up the pace, starting with this first launch of 2023. You can view the new value bet markets on the Value Bets page.
You can now view the best (and worst) teams from 2022 by checking out The Replay on OddAlerts.
I've added more detail into the bet tracking notifications, as well as improving the handling of games that go to extra time and penalties. Whilst Predictions and Bet Tracking are using the same system, they can work slightly differently. The user has a lot more flexibility when it comes to the latter, so I had to make sure there was some code that differentiated the two based on what part of the site the user was submitting a bet from.
I have launched a new Twitter bot with a single job: Post a value bet every hour of every day. You can follow the bot right here.
As of yesterday, Pro users can now access the new predictions engine by heading to /predictions. The feedback I'm getting is fantastic and I've used it to push some more changes to the tool, including the ability to see the history of predictions you got back from the engine.
I've made a couple of changes to the value bets API and you will need to amend your code or scripts ever so slightly. The field that used to be called 'best_odds' has now been renamed to 'latest_odds'. It makes more sense, especially with the second addition: peak odds. This new value will allow value bets that saw the odds drop before KO still show up on the results API. You can also go into the odds object and view the peak for each bookmaker. When viewing the results API, the value will be calculated based on the peak vs the probability model. When viewing the upcoming fixtures, it will remain the same (comparing the current best odds to the probability model output). Also, you can now save filters that contain live rules to be used again quickly from the home page.
I've loved getting feedback on Twitter and Discord, and I'll continue to do that. However, I have now created a back-end for myslef where I can log all of the bits of feedback that are sent, and you can now directly contribute to that table by adding some feedback on the new Feedback page.
I have added support for audio notes on the OddAlerts Blog, now called 'The Journal'. I went for this name as it best outlines what I want that page to be going forward: A personal blog from the founder, detailing the latest about the OddAlerts journey and what's to come in the future.
Happy Birthday to OddAlerts, who is now a toddler... OK, maybe a little more sophisticated than that. To celebrate, I have launched 5 new Trends pages and will be giving away a season ticket to one lucky winner on Twitter.
What can sometimes happen is that certain data, like corners or cards, are corrected after FT. Some users reported that bets had settled incorrectly on Bet Tracking and until now it was a manual process in terms of me re-settling the bets for you. The data is always updating in the background at OddAlerts, and 90% of the time the correct data for your bet has already landed, but you need the ability to re-settle. You can now do this by clicking on the title of your bet from the Bankroll view and hitting 'Resettle'.
That's right, you can now favourite games from within the fixture. Previously, you could add games to favourites from the fixture feeds. This has been a highly requested feature for a long time, so I am happy to finally get it done for you all.
This is really cool. You will now recieve a notification when your bet(s) are settled on OddAlerts. Settlement using Bet Tracking was already automated, but now you'll know exactly when your games have finished and how your bets did. Perfect if you're testing a new system with plenty of games to track.
There's now a better way to explore leagues. By Stats! From the Leagues page, there is now a new menu for ranking all of the active leagues in the world by a single stat. Here's an example for Home Wins
Happy Easter! Many have been asking to get their hands on the data behind the Correct Score Predictions page, and you can. Exporting will grab the next 48 hours worth of fixtures for you and export the probability values for each scorline in a single spreadsheet.
Firstly, the Odds Performance Tool now works in a slightly different way, giving you more precise results. When looking at pre-match odds, the tool will use the exact odds and calculate the profit as if you had bet on each game. Previously, it used the 'Min Odds' that you selected. This method works wonders when exploring peak odds, but for pre-match bettors I believe this to be a big improvement on the tool
Users are now able to view previous seasons with the recently launched League pages. This will be very useful when new leagues are starting up, like in Finland at the moment, and you want to check the standings from the previous campaign. Also a Happy Songkran to everyone in Thailand!
Insights by OddAlerts aims to improve your relationship with betting in 2022 by regularly posting helpful guides, video tutorials and deep-dives into various areas of betting.
Thank you for all your amazing support this year. I could not have done it without you.
That's right, you can now filter through live fixtures form the fixture feeds. Filter and sort things like Pressure, Shots, Attacks, Fouls, Minutes, and more! Remember, you can also combine these stats with pre-match stats for a powerful and precise look into the fixtures currently being played around the world.
I’m really loving the enthusiasm around the #BOTD on OddAlerts. Since launching, more and more of you have been submitting what you feel offers the best value for that given day. One of the first experiments I ran was to include the ability to “Vote”, and whilst this has certainly improved the general number of submissions, it has also seen many days where the initial 'top vote' will pull away. There seems to be a tendency for many users to select a bet from the existing top 3 votes, even if the difference between the submissions at that point is not too great. This will level the playing field.
I’m delighted to announce that you can now include ‘Last X’ stats and rules into your filters. This brings a new powerful dimension to the fixture feeds and also the planner page. You can create thousands of different combinations of rules to find the games that are right for your strategy or market. In the announcement Tweet, I take a look at adding some basic rules with a view to finding games that might end with BTTS. You can now see how your filter is performing across different date ranges. Previously, you would see the total number of games that the filter has found but with more new seasons getting underway, users suggested that they would appreciate knowing how the filter has performed in the past week, month, or 90 days. As well as this, I have also implemented some bug fixes and improved the general speed of the filtering.
You can submit a 'BOTD' from any fixture that has odds, simply go to the #BOTD tab and select your market. You can submit BOTD submissions for fixtures in the future as well as for those being played today. Any user that submits a 'Bet of The Day' will automatically be entered into a daily giveaway of OddAlerts Pro! This daily event will be running from 1st December to 24th December and the winners will be announced on Twitter at 18:00.
Do you like betting on corners? Then I think you'll love this update. You can now see the actuals and occurances for 1H/2H/Total Corners For and Against. As always, you can quickly toggle between different form types when viewing this data. Also added to the fixtures is Most Goals by Half. The next step for me is building these stats into the filters and creating sections for them on the Trends pages.
Since availability alerts launched, allowing you to be notified when markets dropped on Bet365, one of the most requested features was to allow this to be automated and managed at the league level. I'm delighted to announce that you can now do just this. It will save so much time for those who love and/or need to see the odds as soon as they go live on Bet365. For every league in the world, you can select from 4 groups: Basic, Cards, Corners, and Specials.
You can now use OddAlerts to see what the communtiy is betting on with Polls. Select a game from the Polls page and vote on the player that you feel will get booked in that game.
Important: From Monday 20th September, the cost of an OddAlerts Pro membership will increase from £9.99 to £12.99. OddAlerts Pro launched a year ago and the number of tools, features and data is always expanding. At £12.99, I still believe the service offers amazing value for money. All existing subscriptions will not be effected. Finally, there are a few things coming next week that just missed out on making this build.
Thank you for all of the feedback on v4, it has been fantastic. As soem of you know, I am planning out some changes to the referee page but really wanted to get this live before I started, as I think it will be very powerful for all of you that have been making the most of Quick Filtes. You can now sort the fixture feed by any of the rules you have on your filter.
As mentioned previously, the next step after launching the detailed live trends for live matches was to create a unique method for calculating pressure and current momentum. This is now live and will be monitored and updates as we learn new things from the data we are seeing.
This is the start of a deeper set of tools for looking into pressure and momentum on live fixtures. You can see the trend for in-play data, like attacks, dangerous attacks, shots, corners, and more.
I have developed a completely new way of finding fixtures on OddAlerts. From anywhere on the site, you can now type into the search bar to find upcoming games. Try searching for the team name, or even the league you're interested in. There's a lot more coming here, but this is a great starting point.
I will be testing the 'Last 25' button on more leagues this week, with a view to having it fully supported as soon as possible. This will be a massive help for those leagues just getting underway, like in Norway, Sweden, Finland, and more. When looking at the last 25 games, it will show you the fixtures from all competitions.
I would like to thank everyone that has used OddAlerts over the past 12 months. Starting the site during the pandemic was a risk, but I knew that I would ultimately regret not taking action on an idea that had been eating away at me for a couple of years. From the first day, right up until this very moment, the feedback and support has been incredible. The community is probably one of the things I am most proud of when it comes to OddAlerts. It’s full of people willing to share, learn and not take themselves too seriously. I love that.
Thanks to James for suggesting this after noticing more markets becoming available in Australia recently. When looking at the fixture feed, you will now see a number where the odds indicator used to be. This is the number of markets currently open on Bet365.
A key update to the way filters are tracked, and league exclusion works. Previously, automatic league exclusion would work great if you created a filter right now, and then looked forward from that moment. What started to happen, however, is that leagues that later dropped below your settings would then be excluded from the overall filter tracking. That's not the way it should work, so I have added the ability for the filter to track the progress of a league whislt it's calculating the overall hit rate of your filter. This way, we can include the fixtures that would have come up for you, based on the success of that league at the time that fixture was played. Thanks to everyone for the amazing feedback. The filters were technically working as they should, but this will give everyone better results and ultimately more confidence when it comes to betting based on filters.
From Monday onwards I'll be working on some long-due improvements to filters and the way they are tracked, including a better system for managing leagues. This Sunday I was able to re-write the majority of the tracking, and it's now much faster. This needed to be done with all the additional data and historical fixtures that have been added recently.
Previously, the Bet Builder would simply look at the last 5, 6, and 10 games. Overall. Now, it will look at the last 5 games played at home, the last 5 played away, and so on. This has already brought some amazing games forward!
Trends is a new section within the fixtures that will allow you to compare stats between two teams, as well as seeing an overview of totals across the season so far.
An incredible reaction to the new page, and I'm excited to see where it can go in the future. I have made some changes based on initial feedback and my own thoughts on the the design. First, the bet slip is now contained in the header, and can be accessed and viewed at anytime. The fixtures now show the kick-off time, and are divided by date. More fixtures are now bring brought in too, previously there was a limit of 20 per market.
A new, experimental page on OddAlerts that will act as another way of quickly finding potentially profitable fixtures. The page will return a set of fixtures that are qualified for the following markets: Home Win, Away Win, BTTS, +2.5 Goals, +1.5 Goals. As I say, this is a little experiment so I'm excited to see what you all think of it.
A major update to the filters in the way of 20+ new rules. This will allow for even deeper filters. All of the stats in the previous update can now be used as filter rules.
Software development is like constantly travelling up and down hill, only in this context, going 'down hill' is not a bad thing. It's the fun part. The quick and constant iterations and updates happen on the way down the hill! The work I have been doing in the last couple of weeks has taken us up that hill. Tough, much-needed work on the database to allow new filter rules and historical seasons to be added with much more flexibility. Adding previous seasons and data was always possible, but having it work the way I wanted with filters was the tricky part, and a lot of the current code needed to be rewritten. These tasks are the things you don't see in the background that makes OddAlerts tick. It will allow for more features and interesting additions to be added. We have to go up hill to enjoy the ride down, and that ride starts here!
Lots of little things added and/or fixed today, and I believe the changes to the Explore page will help a lot of you who were seeing plenty of the same filters over and over again. Those that are clones will no longer be included, and you can now filter for the number of fixtures found, or if the filter has excluded leagues or not.
Two things I have been wanting to launch for a while, and both highly requested. The recommended alert button on the value script page will set an alert on all game for that group. As an example, clicking it for the 1H Goals Likely group will set an alert on all games for +0.5 1H Goals Hitting 2.00. You can now view the top-performing filters via the filters page. More to come in this area soon.
I have refactored the caching of filters so that when you exclude a league, you will not have to clear the cache. Now, the only time the cache will be cleared on your filter is when you change the settings, like adding rules or desired outcomes.
If you have excluded a league from your filter results, it will now also be excluded from your upcoming fixtures when viewing that specific filter. I have removed the abiliy to favourite a game from the fixture, instead introducing a new button to the feed.
When viewing any fixture feed (and on Desktop), simply hit 1 for Stats, 2 for Live Stats, and 3 for Odds (or Live Odds if a game is in-play).
The referee page will now show referees that have upcoming fixtures AND the card markets are available on Bet365. If there is no upcoming fixtures with card markets available, it will show a list of referees with the highest cards per game averages, with all officials taking charge of 5 or more games to be included.
When viewing filter results, you will be told if any games have been excluded. If this happens, it will be because of lack of data. Let's say, for example, your filter has a desired outcome of +0.5 First-Half Goals. There are certain leagues that will only have FT results, and some that will get HT results 1/2 days after the match has finished. This is completely normal for these obscure leagues but it's important to build the filters in a way that not only accommodates this but let's you know exactly what's going on in the background.
A very exciting update that will lead to further exciting features in the coming days and weeks. As of Sunday 24th January, 'Peak Odds' are now being tracked for every single game that appears on Bet365. This is no small task, so it's important to slowly build features based around this into the site. Today, if you click into any game that has finished, you will see the 'Peak Odds' table.
The biggest update to the filter creation tool since it launched. You can now set multiple desired outcomes to your filters, as well as setting them to 'Public'. This is turned off by default. If your filter is public, it will be discoverable by other OddAlerts Pro users in upcoming features and pages.
I took a break from the filter to switch to something completely new, and decided on putting this referee page up. It's been on my mind for a long time and I have some great features that I will be building into it in the near future. Consider this a v1 for this page, with plenty more coming in the next week or so.
I have removed the 'Add Stats' button on the stats scroller when you're viewing one of the standard/default options. I think a few people were confused by this, so it now appears on your own default stat scroller.
Bet365 often replaces the +0.5 Team Goals market for the Team Clean Sheet market. I have now put something in place so that no matter which is there, you will get an alert if you have one set for +0.5 Goals. Previously, there was no support for the Clean Sheet odds.
There is a lot more coming in terms of viewing data for filters, but for now I just wanted to give you something. Showing the last 10 fixtures recorded for your filter will at least give you an idea of the types of games and competitions that are working.
There's not much to see yet, although the public share pages for your filters will now show you the amount of games tracked with the amount of wins and the overall hit rate. The work pushed in this update is mostly back-end work that will power the automated filter tracking going forward.
Initially, whe clicking into the Last 5 on a fixture, it would take the last 5 games they had played, and then filter for home, away or overall results. This is why you would see 3 played, it meant that they had played 3 games at home during the last 5 games total. I have now changed this to be what most would have expected. So now you will see the last 5 they played at home, overall and away. The same goes for last 6 and last 10 games too.
This has been a highly requested feature for a long time, so I'm glad to finally ship it this year! Right now, it's available inside each fixture, but the next step will be to implement it into the filters and also into the stat scrollers. As for Pro users winning a year of OddAlerts Pro, stay tuned to Twitter!
The latter on that list will save a lot of time for many users. You must have a filter loaded to see the 'Select All' button.
Desktop users now have more space for doing what matters most, viewing stats and setting alerts. I have really interesting plans for what comes next with this added real estate, so stay tuned. Also, you can now quickly duplicate one of your current filters. This is great for quickly adapting an existing strategy.
Today I took the time to add new stats to the site, based on feedback from you all on Twitter. Those stats are:
This Tweet lead to a new discovery into how some users are using OddAlerts. Some are setting wild alerts just in order to get a notification at a certain time. Now, you can do this properly, with In-Play Updates. Set the time you would like to be notified, and you'll get a summary sent to Telegram.
After all of the features and improvements launched during the first 12 days of December, we are now looking at v2 of OddAlerts. I have plenty of features planned for the coming weeks and months and I can't wait for you to start using them. As always, keep your feedback coming.
Thank you all so much for being on this crazy sprint with me. Day 12 is here, and it brings many smaller improvements!
You have all been great, so you're getting this one earlier today. Not just that, I couldn't keep this to myself all day. Introducing Dynamic Stats on Alerts. Set an alert on BTTS? Your alert will contain the stats for BTTS, Goals Scored, and more.
I've been asked a few times to share my filter with users on Twitter. So I'll take a screenshot and sent it over, but that really isn't the best way to do that, is it? You can now share filters with anyone and–if they're logged in, and Pro–they can install it with a single click.
I've added more default options to the new stat scroller selection, and finally, you can add alerts for the full line when it comes to first-half corners. The number of corners will now appear on your alert, should it be about corners.
Stats Scrollers! This is the biggest update since it launched, and it's a good one. I have noticed myself frustrated often, tweaking them with almost every filter I load. Well, not anymore. You can now change the stats scroller with a single click. I'll be adding more defaults in the coming days.
Today brings some exciting new stats. Now the stats alone might not be great, but the ability to include them in your filters and stats scrollers certainly is. Those stats are: Goal Difference, 35-45 Mins Goal %, 80-90 Mins Goal %.
Sunday, the day of rest... For most. I'll be announcing this at 18:00 but if you're using the site earlier, you will have no doubt stumbled across the new feed toggles that allow you to view games with just card or corner markets supported.
As a Saturday treat, this feature is getting released earlier in the day. You can now save games to a favourites list. This works just as you would expect it to and will sit at the top of the fixture feed. You can add fixtures to this list by going into them and tapping the star.
View #12DaysOfFeatures on Twitter. I'm happy to launch something that should have really been included on the site from day 1, and that's results for both teams. You can now view this from the fixture, inside the stats section. The fixture element itself will soon be getting a makeover after all these new stats.
View #12DaysOfFeatures on Twitter. Today brings new stats to the site, with a focus on further-improving the arsenal on offer for first-half corner betting. You can now view the % of games that have seen a corner in the 35-45th minute and the 80-90th minute. You can view the home, away or overall percentage as well as including this in your stats scroller and adding it as a rule within your filters. Also, you can now filter for the % of games a team was winning, drawing or losing at HT. Small bug fixes.
View #12DaysOfFeatures on Twitter. Today I am delighted to improve the functionality of the filters by allowing rules to be created on the probability of outcomes per fixture. As an example, you can filter for all fixtures with a 'Home Win' probability of 70% or more. Combining this with existing filter settings is very powerful.
Not sure what this is all about? You can see the launch video here. Today I am delighted to bring Goal Timings to the site, in a similar fashion to Corner Timings. I have also improved the design slightly, and set the default number to be a %, so you can see where the goals or corners are happening most. You can now filter for Peak Goal Time and Peak Corner Time, as well as +7.5 - +9.5 Corner percentages with filters.
More data is now available for betting on Corners, including Geometric Mean Corner Time. In mathematics, the geometric mean is a mean or average, which indicates the central tendency or typical value of a set of numbers by using the product of their values. Stay tuned on Twitter today for a special announcement.
HT Scores now show in the feed. Corner Timings has been improved. Use 'FRIDAY' for 20% off your first month. Limited spaces.
Corning Timings: This is a beautiful sight. Where corners by half is supported, you will now be able to view a chart of the corner timings. This feature will be free until Saturday 28th November.
Search: FT Results now hidden when searching for fixtures by text.
Total Corner Stats Added
HT Result Added to Planner
Planner: 1H Asian Corners and Total Corners Added as Default Markets
2H Card/Corner AVGs Added to Filter Rules
Filter results will now respect all feed settings, and will show the default country list. You can toggle 'Sort by Time' to show all fixtues in a single list. The league positions will now show for live fixtures. Bug fixes, yo!
Inline Cards: When viewing live fixtures, you will clearly be able to see if there's been a red card, and how many yellow cards.
Smarter Stats: When you open a game with less than 10 games played, the stats will default to overall. You can still quickly toggle this to fit you needs.
BTTS & +2.5 Goals: This stat has been added around the site, including per fixtue, on the feed and as a customisable stat on both the stats scrollers and your filter rules.
Filters: Clean Sheet % Added. 2H Goals (+0.5, +1.5 %) Added.
Planner: Double Chance Added as Default Market
Filters: Filters now has its own page, and more coming here soon. You can create and manage your filters here, with the dropdown in the fixture feed now just for quickly activating them. Filters now respect the FT settings from the feed settings panel.
Value Page: Games without odds are now hidden by default, but can be shown instantly with a new toggle at the top of the page.
Fixture Feed: Toggling to view live stats will now toggle it for all fixtures on the feed. I will monitor the performance of this over the next few days.
Filters: Filters will now show games in-play.
Filters! I have been working on this all week, tweaking designs and getting your feedback. I'm finally happy enough to launch this v1 of filters, an incredibly powerful way to find potentially profitable games for setting alerts or betting in-play.
Corner Stats by Half
Predictability & Probability This data is in-part used for the value script. League predictability is based on the following markets: HFT Result, BTTS, Over/Under, and Correct Score. The competition performance tracks the predictions on that league, based on probability, over the last 100 games played. Look out for the bolt icon from the fixture feed. This will indicate that a fixture has probability data.
LIVE Stats: Stats for live fixtures will now appear in the feed, with the option to toggle between pre-match and live stats.
Improved UI: Mobile users will now see more of the stats they care about, with the scroller being moved to below the title and information of the fixture. I was willing to compromise on the vertical space for this improvement.
Odds-Only Fixture Feed Setting
Odds Fetching Refined
League Positions Return to Feed
A wealth of stats have been added as options to the stats-scroller, and it's now available for free users!
Selected stats will now update without having to refresh the page. I have also fixed some bugs that were found. Thanks to those that got in touch with me to let me know.
You can now edit the stats that you see in the new fixture previews. This is really powerful, and will allow you to mix and match the stats you like for the markets you bet on often. As a way of saying thankyou to Pro users, they will get this first.
New Fixture UI for Value Page and Planner
Added Played to Stat Glances
Added Caching to Stat Glances
Betting Ordering of Live Fixtures
Inline Stats on Fixture Feed: This is something I have wanted to build into the site for a while, but it needed to be done right. This is a good start. A solid v1 that I can all build on with your feedback. You will soon be able to sort and filter the fixture feed using the stats you see here. More updates will be coming to the fixture feed, and to the stats section within the fixtures from Monday onwards.
Alternative Bookmakers Returns.
Improved Underlying Stats DB
Added Mins Per Goal to League Stats
Added Win %'s to League Stats
Ability to Retain Fixture List on Planner
Search Results Now Divided by Date
Value Script Now Works with All Bookmakers
Fixed Initial Bugs with Bookmakers
Planner Available for Free Users
More Bookmakers Includes for Pre-Match Odds
Only Fixtures w/ Card Markets will Appear on Value Page
Indication of Corner Markets on Feed
The Planner: This has been in the works for a while, and a heavily requested feature. It will allow you to set the same alert on multiple fixtures. Simply select the games you want and then create the alert. This is a really powerful tool that will save us all a lot of time and allow us to cover more fixtures in the search for value in-play. You can view a demo here.
Fixed Odds Not Showing for DNB + Double Chance Pre-Match
Correct Flags for England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland.
Groups Within Odds Section
Home/Away Goals Odds Reinstated Pre-Match
More Corner Markets Added
Introducing Thoughts: You can now add your thoughts to a fixture, pre-match. This way, when the alert is triggered, you will know exactly what you saw and where the value lies, saving you even more time once the alert comes through.
Value Script Algorithm Update
Stats Section No Longer Reloads w/ Each Visit
League Positions Added to Feed
League Rankings for Feed
New Value Script Group: I have been profiting from this market for the past ~12 months, more pre-covid, but I have been waiting to implement it into the script and I am delighted to finally launch it. I will be monitoring the performance over the weekend and making subtle tweaks, as with all groups. Welcome to the Value page, Half with Most Goals: 2nd Half.
Alerts for Specials: You can now set availability alerts for the Specials tab on Bet365.
Smarter UI: The availability section now knows which markets are already available and will disable them from selection.
Specific Market Alerts: Card market availability alerts launched last week and the initial feedback was that users wanted to be alerts on specific markets, as Bet365 would often add a couple of card markets, but not the one they really wanted. Now, you can select the markets you are waiting for. You will be sent an alert when each drops on Bet365.
Alert Creation Improvement: You can now set up your alert settings and navigate to other panels and fixtures without those settings resetting.
Refined Fixtures on Feed: Due to the sheer number of leagues supported, there will always be fixtures that have do not support live-score or odds. Livescore is not available for these games anywhere, so I am putting in some filters to remove them from the feed, especially when viewing all games sorted by time.
Bookmaker Settings: You can now add your preferred bookmaker in you settings. This will include a link to that bookmaker with every alert sent, saving you time when it comes to placing your bet. This will also allow smarter customisation of the platform, including showing odds from this bookmaker (if available) by default.
Value Bets Algorithm Update
Insane Speed Improvement on Fixtures By Time
Value Page UI Improvements
Card Availability Alerts
Improved UI for Creating Basic Alerts
Bet365 Links: From alert to Bet365 in a matter of seconds. On desktop, this link will take you to the specific game, on mobile (currently) it will open up the app on the in-play section. I have spoke to Bet365 and they are working in more deep-links into their new app. Pro users only.
Keyboard Shortcuts: Searching is a breeze. Hit CTRL + F, type and then hit enter. Repeat as much as you like. Thanks for the feedback on Twitter.
Search! You can now search through all of the fixtures on OddAlerts from the Fixture Feed.
+1.5 Goals and +9.5 Corners Added to Value Page
Speed Improvements for Fixture Feed
Fixture Feed Update: The biggest update to the feed since it launched. FT Results have now been turned off by default. You can toggle them in the new settings dropdown. You will also notice a new LIVE toggle. Tap it. I completely reworked the way fixtures are pulled into the feed, making it much faster.
More Days Added: You can now view 6 days ahead, great for setting availability alerts.
Improved Odds (Pre-Match) Update Frequency
Value Page: Cancelled or PSTP fixtures will no longer appear.
Routing Fix: Direct links to fixtures would not work if the team name contained special characters. Fixed.
Value Bets Algorithm Update
Cards Added to Value Bets
Share URLs: One click from anywhere on the web and you will be taken directly to the alert form for that fixture. I have been working on this for the past couple of days and I am really looking forward to seeing these out and about in the wild.
Set BTTS Alerts Pre Match (Regardless of Bet365 Availability)
HT Result Market Added
View Fixtures/Results from Yesterday
Improved Loadtime on Value Bets
Free Users Can View Value Bet History
Improved Loadtime on Fixture Feed
League Country + Name Added to Fixture Widget
Filter Value Bets by Day
Restructure of DB to Allow This
Introducing OddAlerts Pro: I want to personally thank everyone that has taken the time to try OddAlerts and shape the product right up until this moment. I have big plans for the future of this website, and would love to work on this full-time. Please consider supporting the project by subscribing to OddAlerts Pro. Having a paid tier of users will unlock a lot of development time and potential for me.
Value Bets Page Added
Card Stats Added to Stats
Stats by Half Added to Pre-Match Stats
Pre Match Stats: Introducing detailed pre-match stats, such as corner timings and Over / Under percentages. Much more coming to this section in the next week or so.
Availability Alerts: Now, when a fixture does not yet have odds, you will be able to set alerts that will tell you when they are added to Bet365, allowing you to get the opening odds.
AVG Stats for Leagues, Direct from The Feed.
Live Stats Return! Including Dangerous Attacks!
Pre-Match Odds Updating More Frequently
Ability to Create Alerts (Regardless of Availability)
Fixed Bugs with Decimal Places Not Appearing
New Data Source: This is the biggest update to the system since the beta started, and you can tell by the time it has taken to implement. You will now be able to place in-play alerts on almost every game you see. If you see it on Bet365, the chances are you can use OddAlerts to set alerts for it. This new data source will unlock a massive amount of potential for OddAlerts users.
Live Odds Support for Team Goals
Half-Time Stats Added
More Pre-Match Stats:
Failed To Score
Pre-Match Stats Added!
Country / League Included in Alerts
Comparison UI Improved on Live Stats
Refined Alerts View Per Fixture
Scoreline Included in Alerts
Even More Stats: I have been working hard on mostly background tasks, and I now have live stats updating every single minute. You can now also view the teams previous fixtures from the Stats tab. More coming in this section over the next couple of days.
Support for DNB Markets
First-Half Asian Corners
Improved Live Odds Matching
Hitting CTRL+F will open all games!
Live Odds Support for Alternative Corners
Fixture Feed UI Improvements: When you sort the feed by countries, the fixtures will now be hidden until you click on a country to open it. For those that have been with OddAlerts for the full ride, you will know that this is how things initially were. I thought it was a lot of clicking in and out of the leagues, but now I feel that I prefer that over the endless scrolling as more and more games are being played. When you sort the feed by time, or by those games that are live, you will see everything by default.
Alert Limits: I have decided to limit each user to 3 alerts per game. Based on my research, not many users set more than two alerts on any one game. I am doing this so I can better monitor and improve the performance of the site. This update also includes a new UI element for giving visual feedback when you save, delete or edit anything on the site.
UI Improvements: The position of your scroll will no longer be lost when you open a game on mobile. Thanks to @keepitkicking on Twitter for this one.
In-Play Alerts: A lot has gone into this and I am delighted to finally launch in-play alerts. Follow the score, the stats and the odds before setting your alerts. There are many smaller improvements as part of this update, so be sure to check out Twitter and YouTube for the full update.
Added Home or Away Win to Result Alerts
Improved Odds Recognition for Creating Alerts
Improved Performance for Alerts
Presets Added: You can now save alert settings as presets and use them with a single click on fixtures.
Closing Lines: Popular with full-time gamblers, you can now check the closing lines of any game that supports live-odds. Please, let me know if you experience anythign abnormal here. This is very much a WIP.
LET THERE BE ODDS: You can now view odds from a huge list of bookmakers. The alert slip is also now much smarter in terms of knowing the current odds.
One Click Copying of Alerts: From the Fixture widget, you can now copy alerts from other users with the click of a button. Tap into the Alert section and view the list of alerts for that game. I plan on giving some love to the /alerts page soon, too, but first my focus is on bringing in-play alerts and stats to the system.
Odds & Feed for Fixtures: You can now view all the odds for a game in a single place, as well as all of the alerts for that particular game. Coming really soon will be the ability to copy those alerts with a single click.
New Alert Setting UI: I have listened to the feedback and looked at the most popular stats and alert types and restructured the way alerts are set. No more scrolling through all those markets and times on mobile. This new style also allows for stats and other data to appear under each section.
First Half Goals: I have added FH Goals to the live odds support. This has been requested by many of you, so I am really excited to see how you use it. The odds will always start at 1.60 for now until I get the pre-match odds loaded.
Filters and Sorting on Fixture Page
Scoreline Now Shows on Alerts Page
Account Management: Not a glamorous update, but something that needed doing sooner or later. Users can now reset passwords, manage account settings and more from inside the new settings page.
Shared Alerts: You can now view other alerts from other users via the Alerts page. See something you like? Tap on the alert to open the fixture without leaving the page. Stay tuned as there will be more features added here during 4.x of OddAlerts.
Fixture Feed Now Refreshes Every 30 Seconds
Double Chance Added to Live Odds.
+0.5 Goals and +1.5 Goals Added to Live Odds.
Better Caching for CSS
New "First Goal" Preset
Fixed Double Tap Zoom Issue on iOS
Added Refresh Button to Feeds
Added Markets: Building on the release of live-odds support yesterday, I have now added BTTS and +2.5 Goals to the alerts.
Live Odds Support: I am really excited to launch this feature, but will be taking it slow. At first, we will have live odds support for FT Results. More markets will follow in the coming days.
Improved Telegram API Implementation
Bug & Data Fixes
Alert Presets: You can now set alerts with the click of a button based on popular settings, such as No Early Corners or First Half Goals. Get in touch if you would like to suggest any presets.
UI Improvements: Your alerts are now grouped by date and according to your timezone. Country flags have also been added to the fixture feed.
Timezones: Users can now change the timezone on OddAlerts.
Bug Fixes: Fixed a bug effecting South Korean fixtures and alerts.
Welcome to OddAlerts. Plenty of work has gone into this product before v0.1, but this page will act as a base going forward from this moment. If you have feedback, please get in touch.