With the new football season finally underway, bettors can get back into the habit of predicting outcomes or first goal scorers, building accumulators, and winning money.
Those who didn’t enjoy great returns last time out will want to begin this season with a bang, so it is important to prepare properly. Along with your preferred bookmakers, here are a few other useful apps that you could consider installing. They will stand you in good stead for when it comes to placing bets.
The BBC sport app is perfect for giving you a strong and detailed overview of all the leagues you want to bet on. You can make selections based on your preferences, and receive news geared towards you. This can be particularly useful when you want to get quick information about other leagues.
If you are based in England, chances are that most of the news you will hear on TV is about the Premier League. With the BBC app you can get information about the Bundesliga, Ligue 1, La Liga, and other top flights. A quick exploration of the apps pages will give you detailed reports about Real Madrid’s starting line-up, for example, which is something that could be useful when selecting who to bet on, such as first goal scorer in the La Liga betting.
The app provides up to date news and analysis, along with fixture lists, results, and injury developments.
Stats Zone by FourFourTwo
This free app is for bettors that want to guide their decisions based on detailed stats. It goes beyond the usual facts about which players scored or picked up an assist, and shows detailed data about pass completion, chances created, touches in the final third, and total shots per game. This can put you at a distinct advantage when trying to guess the correct score line.
Hypothetically, if you can see that Arsenal had a total of 20 goal scoring opportunities in the last game and 40% of their shots were on target, you may wager that their attackers are gearing up for an onslaught on the next team they face. Weighing this data up with stats regarding the opposition’s defence could help you make a more informed decision than you would without such information.
Once you’ve gathered all the intelligence you can garner about the players and teams, and have made your betting selections, you probably want to watch the game to find out if you have been successful. Sky Go allows users to watch live matches while on the move, so no matter what you are doing you don’t miss out on a second of the action.
This means you can now go about your daily business, and run errands while also watching the football. If you want to place an in-play bet you can just minimise the app, put your bet on, and then reopen the app later to see if you have won.
So, if you are looking for ways to improve your chances of winning as well as generally enhance your football experience, check out these app downloads.