There are punters who want to & # 39; draw & # 39; a market where it pays well. One common argument among these & # 39; draw & # 39; punters are "Are drawing regardless of form, that is, are they random?". There are two views:
* One view is that drawings are independent of previous results, that each game is different. These punters do not accept the theory that a draw is because it has not been a long time. They believe that the outcome will depend on the circumstances and circumstances of the game in question, for example: attacking and defending the skills of both teams, weather conditions, throwing conditions, etc.
* There are opposing punters who strongly think that the chances of drawing depend on previous games, that it is about psychology and mentality of players in & # 39; drawish & # 39; team.
Regardless of which campgrounds these drawing experts are, everyone agrees that drawing expectations are more valuable based on home or away bet, as the average odds are more attractive.
When choosing to work, the following factors must be taken into consideration:
1) Selecting the teams instead of selecting the games, this drawing is large because of the game of play such as:
* Defensive style and struggle with attack will tend to pull more.
* Attacking and tactics will not drag too often.
2) If a certain team draws a few games, explain why:
* Has the team been challenged? If yes, why. (Is a key striker injured?)
* Is the team renamed for tight defense?
* Is it psychological? Perhaps a team of long-lost runners can try hard to get at least a point, that's drawing.
3) The following trends in draw draw games are common:
* Match where both teams are happy with a team, for example, a tie enough to prevent a loss or to participate in the cup competition.
* Competitions played in poor weather conditions, such as rain that usually leads to smaller goals and more drawbacks.
* Derby fits where a tie can satisfy both sides.
* Home team in good shape against the team in a strong top position.
4) Drawings that may coincide with each other could mean:
* They are equal in strength.
* It's some sort of psychological impact that it's hard for one of them to break down.
5) Notice the following:
* If a team has drawn a lot and if it has appointed a new manager, wait for a few games to determine if this team is still drawing frequently.
* Be careful with newly introduced and recruiting teams where performance can be unclear.
* A team recovering in a form more likely to draw to play.
Some departments seem to have either higher or lower rates deducted compared to others. This may be due to the characteristics of the faculties in terms of competitiveness or even the prevalence of matching. As a result, some players do not offer the possibility of a certain minor European tournament at the end of the season.