Bet Dynamo is a fully automated football statistics system that tracks and compares statistics from over 2300 teams around the world. Our Insights algorithm works 24 hours a day and 365 days a year to identify the best bets every day, which means you’ll never miss a single game.
What stats do we provide?
Our stats cover 118 leagues worldwide. The stats are only shown for the current season and will reset once each season ends. We do this to ensure that relegations and promotions do not skew the data for the following season. Data from each league does not feed into our Insights page until the teams have played six games, this is to allow the stats to settle down and patterns to emerge.
We do not provide stats on cup competitions. This is because there are far too many variables in cup games and too little data to back anything up.
What do the percentages mean?
The percentages represent the % of times an event has happened so far this season, in league games only. For example, if 9 out of 10 of team A’s home games this season have resulted in over 1.5 goals, then their stat would be 90%, it does not mean that there is only a 10% chance of losing an Over 1.5 goals bet in the next match. What it does show us is that team A’s home games regularly see at least two goals, so this could be an excellent bet subject to some further investigation.
The percentages on the Insights page work differently. Our Insights algorithm analyses all of the day’s fixtures from the 118 leagues we cover and combines the statistics for the two teams involved to display an average percentage. The algorithm takes into account the home team’s home stats, and the away team’s away stats and uses these to create the Insights stat. The numbers shown on the Insights page are formed by adding each team's respective home and away statistic and then dividing it by 2.
It's important to note that the percentages we display do not represent the chance of this outcome happening.
Team stats – how they are displayed and how to use them.
Our team stats display separate home and away stats for 18 different markets and over 2300 teams we currently have on Bet Dynamo. We’ve done our very best to make choosing the right statistically backed selection easy for you. We’ve applied a colour-coded system to all of our stats, which enables you to identify particularly strong markets and trends. Those in bold green mean this event has happened a lot (higher percentage average), yellow being the middle ground, and bright red being used to identify events that seldom occur. All of our statistics are averages and displayed by percentage (%) or the average figure (as with corners, cards and some goal markets).
What should I place a bet on?
Bet Dynamo are not tipsters. We do not tell you what you should, and should not bet on. The whole purpose of our statistics is to help you identify outcomes that have happened on a highly regular, or infrequent basis and to determine solid value bets. If an event has an unusually high or low stat, then this means it has happened on a very regular basis, and the likelihood is that there’s an increased chance it will happen again. As previously mentioned, this is not a guarantee that the event will occur. It is essential you do some additional research into form, head-to-head history, and injuries etc.92.86%
Strong green stats - these are designed to be used for ‘Overs’ or ‘Results’ markets. Here we’re betting that an outcome will reach a certain point, for example, that there will be 2 or more goals in a game (Over 1.5 goals corners market).6.67%
Strong red stats - these are designed to be used for ‘Unders’ market. Here we’re betting that an outcome will not reach a certain point, for example, that there will be less than 12 corners in a game (Under 13 corners market).60.00%
Yellow and pale red/green stats - these stats represent a riskier bet as the outcomes in the teams’ previous games have been less regular. They do however often represent better value and higher odd bets, with some additional in-depth research, a 60% market could be a very profitable bet! For example, if the home team’s ‘Score in FH (First Half’ stat is 60%, but the away side has a terrible record for conceding goals, and are regularly not winning at HT, then this could be a solid bet to make (home team to score in the first half market or Over 0/0.5 goals in the first half).
The Insights page - how does it work?
Our Insights page is what sets Bet Dynamo apart. It scans all of the day’s fixtures from the 118 leagues we cover and puts every single one through our algorithm. Any match that meets our criteria will then hit the Insights page, and this means that the Insights page displays the cream of the crop every day. Data from each league does not feed into our Insights algorithm until the teams have played six league games, this is to allow the stats to settle down and patterns to emerge.
Insights turn green on the page when the average percentage is as follows - O1.5 Goals 75%, O2.5 Goals 70%, BTTS 70% and Corners: O8, O9, O10 are 75%. Stats below this threshold are shown in red, but this does not mean it's not possible to use for a bet! Red stats are great for placing ‘negative’ bets, which means you are betting that something will not happen, such as 'BTTS NO' or Under 2.5 Goals. (BTTS means Both Teams to Score)
We never recommend just blindly selecting the highest percentages and whacking these on a big accumulator. It is essential you do some additional research using the team stats, such as checking the current form, injuries and head-to-head history for both teams. For example, a fixture may have an Over 1.5 goals percentage of 90%+, but it could be that both sides have conceded a lot and scored very few, it would be advisable to avoid matches like this.
The percentages we display do not represent the chance of an outcome happening. The percentages represent the % of times an event has occurred so far this season, in league games only. A 95% stat does not mean you have just a 5% chance of losing.
Our Insights are currently displayed in chronological order by kick off times; however, we’ll soon be implementing plenty of filters that will enable you to view this data exactly how you would like to see it.
Our Insights page has its powerful Insight scanner which allows you to find selections even quicker.
Just hit the three lines in the top right-hand corner of your screen or mobile device to access it.
From here, you’ll be presented with our scanner (shown below) and be able to scan over 100 leagues and 2300 teams worldwide instantly. In our example below, we are scanning for games which have seen BTTS (Both Teams to Score) between 75%-100% of the time in their games collectively in the current season, in the Australian A-League.
This feature is available to our premium customers only and you can sign up here!
Previous Insights Results Scanner
The previous insights scanner allows users to check the results of all events have Bet Dynamo has shown on the insights page. The feature provides a powerful way of checking which leagues are seeing more success . We’ll also be adding the ability to compare leagues, teams and odds - allowing the user to find true value bets.
Let’s jump right in and take a look at a live example:
First up is preparing the scan:
After we have decided the configuration of the scan, we can now review the results:
Once the scan is complete you can check the result(s) in the outcome column, if there is a green tick, the outcome was true and happened, if it’s blank, it did not.
Our stats are just as useful for betting in-play as they are betting pre-game (before the game has kicked off). There are many benefits to betting in-play, you can hold out until odds improve and use the in-play match stats to back up your pre-game research. However, it does require you to be continually checking the matches you are interested in betting on and make quick decisions on when to place your bets.
One of the big markets for in-play bettors is the Over goals market. You can use our stats to try and predict if there will be another goal in a game and place the bet at much higher odds when in-play. The O1.5, O2.5 and BTTS stats will be very useful for in-play betting, but the SH (second half goal) stat is one that can give you an edge. Let’s explore an example of how to use this using a game is 1-0 at half time. If the Over 1.5 goals and SH stats are both high, then this tells us that these teams have a history of being involved in games that see at least two goals, and they are also games that regularly see second-half goals. We can, therefore, conclude that another goal is likely and either make a bet at HT or wait until the market hits the odds you are looking. The longer you wait, the higher the chance you will miss the next goal (if there is one) and lose the opportunity to place your bet.
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Stats definitions explained
Goals - O0.5 / 1.5 / 2.5 (Over 0.5 / 1.5 / 2.5 Goals) – This is the percentage of times that there has been at least one / two or three goal(s) in the relevant sides home and away games so far this season.
FH (Score in first half) – Will there be an early goal? Shown as the percentage of times that there has been a first-half goal in the relevant sides home and away games.
SH (Score in second half) – Fancy some second half action? This stat shows the percentage of times that there has been a first-half goal in the relevant sides home and away games.
Bookies generally don’t offer this market pre-game, but you can bet on it by placing a bet on the total number of goals in the game during half time (e.g. if it’s 1-0 at HT bet on O1.5 or O2.5 Goals).
BTTS (Both Teams To Score) - Exactly what it says on the tin. How often are the teams involved in games so far this season in which both sides score.
Corners - O8 / 9 / 10 (Over 8 / 9 / 10 Corners) – The percentage of times so far this season that there has been Over 8, 9 and 10 Corners for games involving the relevant home and away sides.
Individual Team Stats
Over 1.5 / 2.5 Game Goals – This means merely whether each team is involved in games seeing Over 1.5 (2 or more) or Over 2.5 (3 or more) goals.
O1.5 – Two goals or more, O2.5 means three goals or more.
BTTS (Both Teams To Score) – The % of times that both teams have scored in the relevant team’s home / away games.
Clean Sheet – How often does the respective team keep a clean sheet? The more clean sheets, the higher the percentage.
Failed to Score – How often does the respective team fail to score in a game — the more games which they score in, the lower the percentage.
Winning at HT (Half Time) – In what percentage of games are the selected team winning at half time?
Score in FH (First Half) – Be sure not to mix this up with winning at HT. The more the chosen team has scored in the first half this season, the higher the percentage.
Score in SH (Second Half) – The same as Score in FH except it’s in the second half. The more the team scores in the second half the higher the percentage.
Over 1.5 / 2.5 Team Goals – Does the selected side score more than 1.5/2.5 themselves in each game? The more they have so far this season – the higher the percentage!
Goals – The average amount of goals scored by the relevant team in their home / away games.
Goals Conceded - The average amount of goals conceded by the relevant team in their home / away games so far this season.
FH (First Half) Goals – The average amount of goals scored by the relevant team in the first half of their home / away games so far this season.
SH (Second Half) Goals - The average amount of goals scored by the relevant team in the second half of their home / away games so far this season.
FT Team Corners – How many corners do the selected team average each full game? The numbers are average figures for that team in the current season. **
FT Game Corners – What is the average number of total corners in each game the team has played in, regardless of which team won the corner. **
Team Cards – The average amount of cards the team see themselves in each game. (Yellow card = 1 point, Red card = 2 points).
Game Cards – The average amount of cards in the game (for both teams combined) when the relevant team is at home / away. (Yellow card = 1 point, Red card = 2 points).
** Average numbers on the stats page, the percentage on insights page.