Probably you have already heard of Cheat Sheets on social media or across the web, and in this section, we will provide you with a guide to explain in detail what those are and how they can be used for your betting, in addition to our tips on the related games. We will also update with new cheat sheets as we release them for new games, so make sure you bookmark this page and come back regularly to avoid missing out.
Below you can find the latest Cheat Sheets By Match, Our Tips. If you scroll down the page you will also find a Cheat Sheet guide to learn how to use them:
Saturday 25th September – Brentford vs Liverpool Cheat Sheet
Our 16/1 Bet Builder based on Brentford vs Liverpool Cheat Sheet
Tip 1 – Ivan Toney To Have 1 Shot On Target
Reason for Tip: Ivan Toney is averaging 2.4 shots per game and 0.8 SOT in this start of the season. He is in great form having scored already 2 goals and can deliver at least 1 SOT against Liverpool today.
Tip 2 – Joel Matip To Be Booked
Reason for Tip: Joel Matip will probably have a difficult day against the likes of Ivan Toney who has been fouled 2.2 times per match on average. Joel Matip is the Liverpool’s defender with the highest average when it comes to fouls committed (0.5 per game) and it could cost him a yellow card today.
Tip 2 – Mo Salah To Score Anytime
Reason for Tip: View the complete analysis here -> Brentford vs Liverpool Predictions
Tipped at Odds: 15/1
A £20 Bet On The Bet Builder Above Returns (Recommended Bookie – Best Price):
£20 Returns £319 with Paddy Power
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Simply speaking, a Cheat Sheet is a stats pack that our experts here at BettingTips4You.com are creating for the main matches of the big five leagues and other important games like Champions League, Europa League and so on. The aim of the Cheat Sheet is to provide some ‘easy-to-see’ statistical insight into teams and players performances that can be used when deciding which bets to place. Those are particularly useful when picking bet builders, who are bets that allow you to combine different selections from the same game.
Which stats are included in the Cheat Sheets?
We include both defensive and offensive stats that reflect the most popular selections in bet builder markets. For instance, you will find how many shots a player has taken (on average), how many times he has been fouled, how many yellow cards has picked up and so on. We create the cheat sheets a couple of days before the game with the likely lineups, but we refine those as we get closer to the game and incorporate the latest info available.
In this section, you will find the players that have featured mostly for minutes played for each of the respective teams. For those players we do provide an average of fouls committed and also a total of yellow and red cards picked during the season.
Here we focus on those attacking players that have featured mostly for minutes played for each of the respective teams. We do consider the main strikers and the attacking midfielders. In addition, we monitor the average number of times a player is fouled during a game, the average number of shorts on targets and shots in general (including shots that are off-target and blocked), and goals scored.
When do you publish the Cheat Sheets?
The Cheat Sheets in not 100% completed form are posted on the site and on our twitter handle (@BTips4You) a couple of days before the match. As we get closer to the game and more information are available, we do also add referee stats, and also Potential Opponents are revised when official lineups are communicated.
How Should I use the Cheat Sheets?
The Cheat Sheets are designed to give insights when placing bets, especially for bet builders. In addition to creating our cheat sheets, our experts provide what they believe are the main takeaways from the available data and normally suggest three selections per game. You are, of course, free to use their advice or integrate that with your own ideas. So make sure to bookmark this page and come back frequently, so you don’t miss absolutely anything.