David Sumpter is a Professor of Applied Mathematics at the University of Uppsala, he has completed his doctorate in Mathematics, the author of Soccermatics & The Ten Equations, and written for the likes of The Economist, The Telegraph, FourFourTwo magazine and much more. He’s also made various sports betting models and is currently working at Hammarby FC in Sweden in data analytics. CEO of Trademate Sports, Marius Norheim, also joins the podcast. Recently, David and Marius worked together on modelling sports betting. Enjoy!

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0:00 Introduction to David
3:50 Using Maths in Football & Betting
10:30 Modelling in the Data era
19:00 World Cup Betting Model & Edges
28:30 Betting Biases
35:11 Building and Testing a Model
43:45 Working with David
48:15 Live betting with Twelve bot
51:55 Creating Your Own Model
55:50 COVID’s effect
59:50 Working with Hammarby FC
1:03:44 Football Clubs using Data Analytics
1:13:00 Ten Equations
1:19:00 Academic Research in Betting
1:22:00 Combining Analytics and Emotion

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  1. I want to ask can you delibaretely try to lose on a specific bookie without losing overall (in order to keep getting offers from the bookie)?

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