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374 weeks ago @ Footyforecast - Weekly Tips · 0 replies · +1 points

Please refer to this previous discussion: http://www.footyforecast.com/weekly-tips/#IDComme...

382 weeks ago @ Footyforecast - Weekly Tips · 0 replies · +1 points

388 weeks ago @ Footyforecast - Mexico v. Serbia Preview · 0 replies · +1 points

I have to agree with you El EcoLoco.

389 weeks ago @ Footyforecast - Weekly Tips · 0 replies · +1 points

Please see new tips section above - this week we have three draw predictions from the English Premier League.
Remember these are only predictions and are not guaranteed winners.

389 weeks ago @ Footyforecast - Weekly Tips · 0 replies · +1 points

This is a question we get all of the time from our loyal supporters who live in Nigeria. As far as I can tell this is because their betting seems to be restricted to the English and Scottish Leagues and is focussed on predicting draws. Footyforecast and our main tipping site " target="_blank"> "" target="_blank">;www.1x2monster.com" target="_blank"> ;www.1x2monster.com don't offer this service directly although you can do this in several ways on the 1x2monster website.

Method 1:
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Go to this URL: http://www.1x2monster.com/phpfpages/1x2tips_perf_...

then scroll down to the DRAWS section.

Find the highest of the English and Scottish leagues for draws. This week (24th Sep 2011)...
Look at Scotland Div one = 37% correct accross all methods.

Now go to the tips page for Scotland Div one:

Scroll down until you see the performance section and look for the best methods predicting draws. This week this is:

Footyforecast = 47% correct (hit rate)
Simple Sequence = 38% correct (hit rate)
Best = 43% correct (hit rate)

Now look at the tips for this week and see what these three methods are predicting:

Livingston v Partick Thistle shows all three methods predicting a draw.
Dundee v Hamilton also showing a draw.

Now use this technique to find more draws.

Method 2:
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If you are a member you can go to this page:
http://www.1x2monster.com/phpmpages/topten.php

Here you can choose a method to get predictions for.

in the Tips Selection drop down choose: Draws UK

Select the number of games in that drop down.

Select Sort By, for example: Footyforecast.

Then click the Submit button.

This will show the best games for draws for the selected method, in this case Footyforecast.

eg.
For this week this shows the games at:
Brighton, Charlton, Norwich, Dundee and St Johnstone.

You can look at the H2H for each of these games to get more information on those games.

Hope this helps and best of luck with your selections this week.

393 weeks ago @ Footyforecast - Top Seven Draw Predict... · 0 replies · +2 points

HOW DID WE DO:

Well Mike was a bit quick to say we had none correct.

Correct Draws = 29%
Correct Over/Under = 71%

Correct Draws:
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DIjon v Ajaccio 1-1
Nancy v Evian 1-1

Incorrect draws:
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Inverness v St Mirren 2-1
Wolves v Newcastle 1-2
Aston Villa Wigan 2-0
Norwich v Sunderland 2-1
PSG v Lyon 2-0

Correct O/U:
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Dijon v Ajjacio
Nancy v Evian
Wolves v Newcastle
Aston Villa v Wigan
PSG v Lyon

Incorrect O/U:
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Inverness v St Mirren
Norwich v Sunderland

393 weeks ago @ Footyforecast - Top Seven Draw Predict... · 0 replies · +2 points

It's a tough old game trying to predict draws and no one can gain more than 25% correct on average. My advice is just to keep plugging away at our suggested method and it will eventually pay dividends. Visit this article:
http://www.footyforecast.com/2850/betting-methods...

This article explains how to home in on two methods of predicting the most likely draws for any weekend.

You might also like to focus in on the Footyforecast method which was specifically developed to do just that. The Footyforecast method is explained here:
http://www.1x2monster.com/phpfpages/forecast_help...

and you can see our weekly tips using this method on any of the 1x2tips pages every week under the FF column.

If you eliminate all matches lower than say 25% (predicted away win), and all the games higher than say 70% (predicted home win), then what you are left with are the games that are most likely to be draws. If you do this for all English and Scottish games then from the resulting list you can narrow down the games to come up with your top 8, 9, 10, 11, etc.

Armed with this information you can enter the English Pools competition using one of the standard plans.

We intend to publish articles covering the various English Pools plans soon.

395 weeks ago @ Footyforecast - Premiership Best Bets ... · 0 replies · +1 points

This is a question we get all of the time from our loyal supporters who live in Nigeria. As far as I can tell this is because their betting seems to be restricted to the English and Scottish Leagues and is focussed on predicting draws. Footyforecast and our main tipping site www.1x2monster.com don't offer this service directly although you can do this in several ways on the 1x2monster website.

Method 1:
------------
Go to this URL: http://www.1x2monster.com/phpfpages/1x2tips_perf_...

then scroll down to the DRAWS section.

Find the highest of the English and Scottish leagues for draws. This week (24th Sep 2011)...
Look at Scotland Div one = 37% correct accross all methods.

Now go to the tips page for Scotland Div one:

Scroll down until you see the performance section and look for the best methods predicting draws. This week this is:

Footyforecast = 47% correct (hit rate)
Simple Sequence = 38% correct (hit rate)
Best = 43% correct (hit rate)

Now look at the tips for this week and see what these three methods are predicting:

Livingston v Partick Thistle shows all three methods predicting a draw.
Dundee v Hamilton also showing a draw.

Now use this technique to find more draws.

Method 2:
------------
If you are a member you can go to this page:
http://www.1x2monster.com/phpmpages/topten.php

Here you can choose a method to get predictions for.

in the Tips Selection drop down choose: Draws UK

Select the number of games in that drop down.

Select Sort By, for example: Footyforecast.

Then click the Submit button.

This will show the best games for draws for the selected method, in this case Footyforecast.

eg.
For this week this shows the games at:
Brighton, Charlton, Norwich, Dundee and St Johnstone.

You can look at the H2H for each of these games to get more information on those games.

Hope this helps and best of luck with your selections this week.

396 weeks ago @ Footyforecast - League One looks a tou... · 0 replies · +1 points

One team to look out for, not mentioned in your post, is Hartlepool United. Hartlepool have completed a club record opening seven games unbeaten including two away wins and currently lay sixth in the division. They have a good mix of experience and youth with some League One seasoned campaigners including an inform Adam Boyd (his second time at the club) and new signing Nobby solano. Before the season started we predicted Hartlepool would make the play-offs while all the bookies were predicting them as prime candidates for relegation. It's early days but rest assured this is a good experienced side that will do well this season.

400 weeks ago @ Footyforecast - Weekly Tips · 0 replies · +1 points

And so say we all :O)

I'd love to be able to give you eight draws that must win but that is impossible. Predictions are what they say they are and not a certainty. In the case of draw predictions the best most tipsters can hope for is an average of 25% correct results, 1x2monster exceeds this percentage reaching as much as 40% or more in some leagues. Unfortunately there is no way of getting up to 100%, if there were then we'd all be on a beach somewhere sipping champagne.

The best thing to do is to read this article How To Make A Profit From FREE 1X2 Soccer Picks/Tips which explains how to use the performance league tables for all of the tips provided weekly on the 1x2monster.com website. Pick out the draw performance league table, then pick out the best leagues for draws, then go place bets on the best draws for the coming week in those leagues based on the performance values for each statistical method used (e.g. Rateform, Footyforecast, Sequence, etc.).

Hope this helps you out with your question - there is no simple answer - you have to go do some work for yourself to be successful.