With the resounding success of my Bet Builder Stats Packs, I couldn’t help but provide some accumulator stats to assist the Bad Man community in building the best quality football accas. I provide the acca stats packs every weekend, and even some midweeks when there’s a decent fixture list. For additional and exclusive bet builder and accumulator stats packs, you can subscribe for free to my Football Newsletter Mailing List.
But what are they and how do I use them? Well that’s what this guide is for. To allow you to get the best use of the acca stats and pick those bookies’ pockets with an accumulator that can include both outright results and goals.
What’s In An Acca Stats Pack?
As you can see above, there’s tons of useful info squashed into my acca packs.
In one pack, I summarise the teams across the UK, and sometimes even across Europe that are in the best and worst form, and that see the most goals in their games. To be more specific:
Taking the teams last 5 games, the best form indicates the teams that have gained the most points. The maximum a team can get within those games is 15 points. In the example above, Wrexham and Chesterfield both won 4 and drew 1, accumulating 13 points.
You can then use those teams in best form to add them to win in your accumulator.
On the other hand, you can also back a team to lose. If you see a team like Southend United for example that have lost their previous 5 games in a row, you can have some confidence that they’ll lose their next.
Over 1.5 Goals
The teams that have seen 2 or more goals in their games the most often this season. That’s both goals scored and conceded, so could be that they have a powerful attack or just a shoddy defence.
Barnet for example have seen 2 or more goals in 92% of their games this season.
Both Teams To Score (BTTS)
Similarly, the acca stats pack displays the teams that see both teams scoring in the most matches. This is much less likely than over 1.5 goals, but that’s why you can sometimes find value in the betting markets.
71% of Gateshead and Altrincham games see both teams scoring.
This is another measure for goals, and can assist you in backing a game to see 1, 2, 3, or even 4 goals or more in the game.
Dorking Wanderers have been a great bet for goals this season, averaging 3.65 goals per game. Funnily, manager Marc White came out in an interview to say exactly why they see so many goals attributing it to their s*** defence.
Why use Accumulator Stats?
The accumulator stats are no guarantee of a winner, but they certainly boost your chances. You can see teams that are putting together a good string of games, or teams that are likely to see goals.
It’s much better to have some research behind your bets rather than betting blindly. You’re only going to benefit from an improved bet success.
How to pick a winning Accumulator
There’s no exact way to use the accumulator stats packs, it still takes some thought behind the opponents that the team is playing, and of course it’s football so stats don’t mean everything.
I wouldn’t suggest backing every team in form to win, every team out of form to lose, and every team that sees goals to get goals.
But here’s just an example of the sort of accumulator you can compile with the stats.
So if you’re liking the sound of that, be sure to check out my latest acca stats packs here.