You may have seen some of my stats packs on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram or even here on my website and be wondering how to use them.
I explain all on how to use them to place a winning bet builder below.
What’s in a stats pack?
First up, you’ve got predicted lineups which is pretty much what it says on the tin.
Next, we’ve got team stats – how the team has performed so far this season. It covers how many goals they’ve scored and conceded, and how many they were expected to score and concede (xG). It also covers the shots, shots on target, corners and cards they’ve had as well as how many their opponents have had throughout the season.
Next it runs through the player stats from the season, with player shots and shots on target, player goals and assists, and player cards received and cards drawn.
The player shots and shots on target displays the top 6 players in the team for shots on target per 90 minutes.
Goals and assists is pretty simple, it’s just the top 6 players in the team for goals and assists.
Cards (for) shows you the players that have received the most cards in the team, and ranks them on number of fouls committed per 90.
Cards (drawn) shows you the other side, who draws the most fouls from the opposition and attempts the most dribbles.
How to use the stats pack?
For each category in the stats pack, it helps you pick a selection in a specific betting market.
For example, if you see that Liverpool average 2.76 goals scored a game and 6.90 corners per game, you might think to back over 1.5 Liverpool goals and over 3.5 Liverpool corners.
Similarly, if you see they love a card (say they receive 2.60 cards per game), and the referee averages 5.53 cards a game, you might back over 1.5 Liverpool cards.
For the player stats, they’re perfect tools for player markets. If say Alexander Mitrovic averages 2.30 shots on target per 90 minutes, you might think to back him for 1+ shots on target in the game.
That same process can be used for goals, assists, shots, and everything in between,
For cards bets, you can use the predicted lineups, cards (for) and cards (drawn).
For example, in the Leicester vs Nottingham Forest Stats Pack Neco Williams averaged 1.00 fouls per game with 2 cards in 7 appearances.
He was up against James Justin and Harvey Barnes on his wing, who get fouled 2.43 and 1.86 times per 90 respectively and attempt 1.43 and 2.09 dribbles per 90. With the referee averaging 4.00 cards a game, Neco Williams is a good shout to receive a card.
I included Neco Williams (vs Harvey Barnes), Steve Cook (vs James Maddison), and James Maddison (vs Renan Lodi) as match-ups to watch and all 3 of them received a card in that game.
Why use the stats packs?
If you’re still not convinced, see all these stats packs winners below from my own 9/1 Manchester Derby one to an 818/1 stonker. The stats pack doesn’t guarantee you wins but it certainly boosts your chances.
So time to knuckle down on the numbers and pick yourself a winner. I have them up every Premier League matchweek, European night, big European games and even the international break. Just keep an eye out on my socials and I’ll have the latest on my website here.
Good luck, and remember to keep those stakes sensible. Gamble within your means and keep it fun.