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Sports Betting Odds Creator

Please read the simple odds creator manual before you go any further. Feeding the betting odds calculator with wrong values will lead to wrong outcomes and most likely to financial loss. You might be also looking for fully automated mathematical betting tips.



Probability of scoring a goal

Goals P(1) P(2)
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9

What is Probability of scoring a goal?

P(1)  is the probability of scoring for Team 1
P(2)  is the probability of scoring for Team 2
The numbers 0 - 9 display the count of goals.

As an example, the number displayed in row 3 and column P(2) tells you the probability of Team 2 (Away Team) scoring 3 goals in the match.

 

Calculated 3 Way result odds

1 X 2 Σ
Prob:
Odds:

What is Calculated 3 Way result odds?

Based on the average number of scored goals you put into the upper table, we calculated the odds. Now you can compare the odds with those provided by the bookmaker.

The odds creator has limitations. It can be only used for teams with average goals scored lower than 4. Important number is in the column "Σ". The sum of probabilities should be 1 or very close to it. Do not consider the results as valid if the sum is lower than 0,98. In that case you have to manually adjust the odds, which is indeed fine but you have to know what you are doing.

Calculated exact score odds

Goals 0 1 2 3 4 5
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1
2
3
4
5

What is Calculated exact score odds?

Do you search for value in exact score? Based on the average goals you entered we calculated the odds of the exact score.

Probability of exact score

Goals 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
0
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2
3
4
5
6
7
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9

What is Probability of an exact score?

The previous table shows you the odds, but you might want to know the probability displayed in mathematical format.

Probability of exact score in %

Goals 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
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1
2
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4
5
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9

What is Probability of an exact score?

In the last table we display the probability of exact score displayed in percentage. This helps you to get a feeling of how likely the event is to occur. If you for example find a value in 3% (because bookie is offering let's say 1%), you should know there is still a very low chance and you have to place many tickets with this chance to get the money back.