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What's Included In The Daily Football Stats?

Currently, in our daily football stats, we cover 7 different stages of a football match, divided across 9 groups, with all the categories broken down for the past calendar year and season to date for easier identification of team trends. Last, but not least, most of the stats include league average and significant difference is highlighted with colors.

In general, you can find our stats on-site at the Daily Match Statistics page. Our registered members can also download an excel sheet, including data for the upcoming games. Registration is currently free.

To begin with, we always filter the data, which means you can see the specific stats for the home team only from games they played at home, and for the away team only from games that they played away. Additionally, the same logic applied for the different game situations: would you like to know how often Juve scores at least two goals in the second half, when they are losing in half time at home? It’s all included!

Let’s see the available stat groups one by one:

The first group of the daily football stats contains the most important prematch statistics, including W/D/L for full time and halftime, both teams to score, first team to score, the number of goals for fulltime, and halftime, and how often the home/away team scored.

Stats included:

  • Full-time W/D/L with scored and conceded goals
  • Both teams to score %
  • Full-time Home / Away team scored/conceded at least one goal %
  • First goal scored / conceded % for home / away teams
  • Full time over 0.5 / 1.5 / 2.5 / 3.5 / 4.5 goals %
  • Halftime W/D/L with scored and conceded goals
  • Halftime Home / Away team scored/conceded at least one goal %
  • 1st Half over 0.5 / 1.5 goals %

In this group, you can find detailed statistics for in-play betting, filtered to games only, when the score was 0-0 in the 15th minute. The stats include goal times for the first half, number of times when a team scored or conceded until halftime, and last, but not least over/under statistics for halftime and fulltime (including HT0.5, HT1.5, FT1.5, FT2.5, and FT 3.5 lines)

Stats included:

  • Goals scored/conceded in the following time frames: 0-15th Min, 16-30th Min, 16-HT, 21-HT and 31-HT
  • Halftime scored/conceded % for home / away team
  • Halftime Over 0.5 / 1.5 goals %
  • Full time Over 1.5 / 2.5 / 3.5 goals

This group includes the same statistics as the 15th Minute 0-0 – in play. By using these stats, you can catch better prices with your in-play bets for both halftime and fulltime under/over. Also, if you compare 15th Minute stats to the 20th Minute ones, you can make an easier decision to jump on the current price, or rather wait for a better one.

Stats included:

  • Goals scored/conceded in the following time frames: 0-15th Min, 16-30th Min, 16-HT, 21-HT and 31-HT
  • Halftime scored/conceded % for home / away team
  • Halftime Over 0.5 / 1.5 goals %
  • Full time Over 1.5 / 2.5 / 3.5 goals

As the game goes on, the number of viable betting options reduces, therefore we removed the HT over 1.5  stats from the previous two groups – the rest is the same, of course with taking into consideration only those games where the score was 0-0 at this stage of the game for both teams.

Stats included:

  • Goals scored/conceded in the following time frames: 0-15th Min, 16-30th Min, 16-HT, 21-HT and 31-HT
  • Halftime scored/conceded % for home / away team
  • Halftime Over 0.5 goals %
  • Full time Over 1.5 / 2.5 / 3.5 goals

Probably this group contains the most information in our daily football sheet, the stats are also broken down very differently compared to the previous ones. There are 4 main categories, all based on halftime score: home lead, 0-0, non-goalless draw and away lead –  of course showing stats only from games, where these situations occurred.  From this sheet you can figure out how often you can expect 1, 2 or 3 more goals for the rest of the game, how often a team scored/conceded at least 1 or 2 goals, in addition, you’ll also know how likely is an early goal between the 46th and 60th minute.

Stat categories:

  • Home lead
  • 0-0
  • Non-goalless draw (1-1, 2-2 for example)
  • Away Lead

Stats included:

  • Number of games when the specific stat category occurred
  • Number of goals scored/conceded in the 2nd half
  • Any teams scored between the 46th and 60th Minute
  • Home / away team scored/conceded at least 1 / 2 goals in the 2nd half
  • 1+ / 2+ / 3+ goals in the 2nd half

This group is also slightly different from halftime one. It is broken down into the following game situations: home lead, draw, away lead, 0, and 1 goal scored between the 46th and 60th minute. If you take a look at this sheet, you’ll know how often a team scored/conceded in the rest of the game, and also how likely that the game holds 1 or 2 more goals in the current situation.

Stat categories:

  • Home lead
  • Draw
  • Away Lead
  • 0 goal scored until the 60th Minute
  • 1 goal scored until the 60th Minute

Stats included:

  • Number of games when the specific stat category occurred
  • Number of goals scored/conceded after the 60th Minute
  • Any teams scored between 60th and 75th Minute
  • Home / away team scored/conceded at least 1goal after the 60th Minute
  • 1+ / 2+ goals in the 2nd half

This is one of the most interesting groups of the daily football stats, as leverage is an important metric in baseball, and we decided to utilize it in our data set too. Okay, but what is that? It simply takes the current goal difference between the teams – if the difference is exactly one goal, the leverage is high, as one of the teams that leads can lose 2 points by an equalizer, but can secure the win if they score the next one. In opposite, when the difference is at least 2 goals, there is not too much at stake, therefore the leverage is low. Teams behave differently in these situations, but with the help of these stats, you’ll get more information.

Stat categories:

  • High Leverage
  • Low Leverage

Stats included:

  • Number of games when the specific stat category occurred
  • Number of goals scored/conceded after the 60th Minute
  • Home / away team scored/conceded at least 1 goal after the 60th Minute
  • 1+ / 2+ goals in the 2nd half

This sheet is pretty similar to the 60th Minute in-play, but here we focus on late goals, whether the home and away side is capable to score, or at least one of them. The breakdown is exactly the same (home lead, draw, away lead), the only difference is here we also consider the number of goals (0,1 or 2) scored previously in the second half.

Stat categories:

  • Home lead
  • Draw
  • Away Lead
  • 0 goal scored until the 75th Minute
  • 1 goal scored until the 75th Minute
  • 2 goals scored until the 75th Minute

Stats included:

  • Number of games when the specific stat category occurred
  • Number of goals scored/conceded after the 75th Minute
  • Home / away team scored/conceded at least 1goal after the 75th Minute
  • 1+ goals after the 75th Minute

Exactly the same as the 60th Minute Leverage, with the only difference, is that we removed the 2 or more goals in the rest of the game stats.

Stat categories:

  • High Leverage
  • Low Leverage

Stats included:

  • Number of games when the specific stat category occurred
  • Number of goals scored/conceded after the 75th Minute
  • Home / away team scored/conceded at least 1 goal after the 75th Minute
  • 1+ after the 75th Minute

League Coverage

We at Goalstatistics believe the more leagues you cover, the easier to find value – therefore, in your daily football data sheets you can find detailed statistics for both prematch & live betting for more than 120 leagues around the world.

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