DOUBLE DRAW FIXED MATCHES

DOUBLE DRAW FIXED MATCHES

DOUBLE DRAW FIXED MATCHES

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Date: 14.09.2022     Day: Wednesday

League: EUROPEChampions League – Group Stage
Match: AC Milan  vs   D. Zagreb
Tip: HOME WIN
Odds: 1.40     Fulltime 3:1

 

Date: 14.09.2022     Day: Wednesday

League: EUROPE Champions League – Group Stage
Match: Manchester City  vs  Dortmund
Tip: OVER 2.5 Goals
Odds: 1.40       Fulltime 2:1

 

Date: 14.09.2022     Day: Wednesday

League: EUROPE Champions League – Group Stage
Match: Maccabi Haifa  vs Paris SG
Tip: PSG WIN
Odds: 1.30    Fulltime 1:3

 

Date: 14.09.2022     Day: Wednesday

EUROPE Champions League – Group Stage
Match: Chelsea  vs Salzburg
Tip: HOME WIN
Odds: 1.40    Fulltime 1:1

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Due to the fact that soccer is a low-scoring game, a penalty kick can often be the difference between winning and losing. Penalties are incredibly valuable to soccer teams, but are they just as important for betting purposes? Can bettors use data to determine the value of a penalty? Read on DOUBLE DRAW FIXED MATCHES to find out.

What is a penalty?

Before delving into the complexities of a penalty kick, some readers may require an explanation of what a penalty in soccer actually entails; “A penalty kick is awarded when a player commits a direct free kick offence [foul, handball etc.] inside their penalty area.”

After a penalty kick has award, a player from the DOUBLE DRAW FIXED MATCHES then takes a shot from the penalty spot – position 12 yards from the centre of the goal. Once the ball is kick, if it comes back into play via a save or the frame of the goal, the game resumes as normal (except for the player taking the penalty who cannot be the first to touch the ball – a rebound can be scored or the ball can be clear).

How often DOUBLE DRAW FIXED MATCHES in soccer?

In order to determine how a penalty kick can impact soccer betting, the first step is to work out how regularly a penalty kick situation occurs. Of course, not all competitions are the same in soccer so the number of penalties per season can differ depending on the league.

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As well as looking at how frequently penalties award in soccer, it is also important to analyse the rate at which they are converting. Although a free shot from 12 yards is a good scoring opportunity, penalties are miss more often than you might think.

Using data collated, the DOUBLE DRAW FIXED MATCHES below highlights how often a penalty is awarding in each of the top five European soccer leagues and the average conversion rate in each of those leagues over the last three seasons.

Interesting DOUBLE DRAW FIXED MATCHES stats

The data provided can help bettors understand how valuable a penalty kick is in terms of soccer betting but attributing a value to penalties in terms of points won and lost over the course of a season could double DRAW FIXED MATCHES  prove to be even more beneficial.

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Here are some statistics that aren’t necessarily useful for betting purposes but are still interesting nonetheless;

  • Yaya Toure is the best penalty taker still actively playing soccer in the top five leagues in European soccer on flashscore.com (100% conversion rate from 15 penalties).
  • Matt Le Tissier has the best penalty success rate for anyone who has 20+ penalties in their career – scoring 48/49 (98%).
  • Martin Palermo once missed three penalties in one game (Argentina vs. Colombia, 1999).
  • Diego Alves has the best record for saving penalties in the top five leagues of European soccer – stopping 23/49 (47%).
  • Jean-Francois Gillet saved three penalties in a single game for Mechelen vs. Anderlecht (October 2015). Cammy Bell repeated this feat for Dundee United vs. Dunfermline in September 2016.
  • The record for the most penalties awarded in a single 90-minute match is five – Crystal Palace vs. Brighton & Hove Albion in 1989.
  • Mohamed Jedidi holds the record for the most re-taken penalty in a DOUBLE DRAW FIXED MATCHES. He took the same penalty six times.

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