Rowdie: Mathematical football prediction and betting tips

Championship starts with a clash between Fulham and Brentford: Match preview and prediction

We are doing great by predicting the [league 82], we are doing good by predicting the [league 8], but we are not that good at [league 9] predictions. This is indeed for us a challenge and I am happy the league is about to resume, since we can only improve the poor Championship league predictability when the matches are being played. However from our past efforts we see predictive power going up and I promise it goes higher.

There is a good chance we see [team 11] or [team 236] in the Premier League the next season. The question is which one and is not about to get answered right now. Both teams most likely meet in the playoffs for the last Premier league promotion spot. Our algorithm suggests the following chances for the result of [fixture 11877194]

  • Home win of Fulham 38.64%
  • Draw 26.18%
  • Away win of Brentford 35.18%

I analysed the chances deeply and using the manual odds creator, the numbers came out similar – with a little higher chance for away win of Brentford (32.12%). Comparing the scoring power and defense of both teams, we see Brentford better in both. Fulham managed to win only 1 H2H match out of 9 last ones, while Brentford won 4 of them. Up to 71% of punters believe in a draw, 26% in the home win of Fulham and only 3% in the away win of Brentford. Comparing the odds with our mathematical football predictions we see insignificant value in the home win of Fulham, but only 0.3%. We decided to skip this fixture and not to bet on it.

You can access the details of the Fulham and Brentford fixture via the prediction tab in match details or through the football prediction section. The predictions are being calculated with sophisticated self learning algorithms delivered by real data scientists. We are comparing our predictions with the odds of those on a bookmakers website. Please note, the odds of your bookie might be different.

Comparing the scoring power and defense of both teams, we see Brentford better in both. Fulham managed to win only 1 H2H match out of 9 last ones

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