Always on the hunt for trading opportunities here at Lets Compare Bets.com. Our selection process is very important to use and it helps make high confidence decisions on which football games to trade. World Cup 2014 is just around the corner and the qualifying stages are here. Encouragingly there are some very good trends which can be used to trade the qualifying games on Betfair.
International football can be quite predictable. What’s more the qualifying stages will always see one or two strong teams playing against inferior teams. National sides will be hungry to gain a strong position early on in the qualifiers. Trading the draw can be the best Betfair trading strategy for these games.
Here are one or two stats to get us started.
From the last 18 qualifiers (World Cup and European Championship) Holland won the last 17. Having lost one in the final game of qualification for Euro 2012 – as the spot was already guaranteed. That’s an interested one; never rely on a result when a team has guaranteed qualification in any tournament.
The next stat goes to the away team kings, that’s right, it’s Germany. Germany have never lost a World Cup qualifying game away from home.
Both Germany and Holland will have matches against inferior teams in the qualifying stages of the tournament. A lay the draw Betfair strategy for Germany and Holland’s matches is a good option.
What’s more, England’s performance against Moldova was encouraging. Perhaps the victory was gained to easily as a result of a poor hand ball decision by the ref in the first 10 minutes, but, England are ones to watch for trading opportunities.