We are a few weeks into the English Championship season, and already we see a few favorable trends appear. These are teams that are performing in certain ways which make them more profitable if you back them at certain times or teams who are either scoring a lot of goals or struggling to score, making them attractive to the goals market.
So far Preston has been very profitable in any goal market, because of their lack of goals. They have struggled to score, but they have been able to keep some clean sheets, meaning we see a lack of goals in their games.
Here are the stats so far:
– 0/5 on the both teams to score market
– 4/5 games they have kept a clean sheet
– 3/5 games they have failed to score
– 0/5 on the over 1.5 goals market
Any bet on Preston using the goals market and backing either no goals, a few goals or teams not scoring will have given you a high profit. I expect to see this continue and it is something I will be backing in the coming weeks. Backing a few goals, keeping away from the both teams to score market and supporting clean sheets is something I will be doing in Preston’s next few games.
Despite being promoted to the Championship last season, and starting this season as a potential relegation candidate, Sheffield United have made a flying start at home. They have played five Championship games so far, won three out of three at home and lost out of two away from home. They have scored five goals at home, compared to none away from home and look like a good team to follow when they are playing in front of their home fans.
Being a smaller club in the division, you will always get a good price on them to win a game, even at home and over the next few weeks, I will be looking to back them in each of their home games. They have started very well at home and have been very profitable; I think we will see this continue.
Hull have started the season pretty good but so far the big headline for me has been how many goals they have scored, and how many they have conceded. People backing Hull to be involved in high scoring games will find themselves well in profit so far, here are the stats:
– 5/5 games they have had over 1.5 goals
– 4/5 games they have had over 2.5 goals
– 3/5 games they have had over 3.5 goals
– 2/5 games they have had over 4.5 goals
I expect to see this trend continue in the coming weeks and I will certainly be backing goals in any games where Hull are taking part. They have proven themselves to be profitable so far, and I expect that will continue in September so that I will be taking an interest in the over 2.5 goals market and the over 3.5 goals market.Tags :
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