Livescore football statistics in real time

Livescore football statistics in real time

The statistics on Azscore is an irreplaceable assistant in a qualitative analysis of sports events. Importantly, all livescore football data are also available to mobile device users.

The resource supports all operating systems – iOS, Android, and Microsoft – the latest version of the application is available for download from Google Play and the App Store.


 

The service is very useful for profitable in-game betting, especially when you play multiples and for different matches. In such a way you get qualitative data of a team and its particular players state, the “temperature” of the game, injuries and unders and overs football livescore trend.

 

During top football matches, the service monitors many indicators:

  • goals;
  • violations;
  • possession of the ball;
  • shots on target and off-target;
  • corners;
  • team lineups;
  • history of confrontation, etc.!

Here you can also find personal information about each player when you click on the last name, game lineups. The live streaming service does not compare odds and search for bets. Its main strength is providing statistical information and real-time broadcasts of football, basketball and e-sports events.

Europa League fixtures analytics

Twenty-two clubs made it to the playoffs. Five debutants this season: Antwerp, Granada, Leicester, Omonia and Sivasspor. The historical number of participants in the Europa League fixtures group stage has grown to 218, and they represent 39 different countries.

 

UEFA’s club rankings take a simple approach, where teams score two points for a win and one for a draw, regardless of the strength of their opponents (for qualifying rounds, 1 point for a win and 0.5 points for a draw). And, of course, the rating calculated in this way can hardly be effectively used to compare the real strength of the teams. The same goes for regular standings in Europa League fixture, as well as tables showing the results of the latest matches.

 

Imagine doing a pre-match analysis for two teams. Look at the results of the last five matches. One team won three victories and lost and drew once. The other team won only two matches, lost two more times and drew once. Seems like the first team looks better? But what if the first team in the last five matches played only with relatively weak opponents from the lower half of the standings, and the second team, on the contrary, with strong ones? In this case, it is more difficult to draw an unambiguous conclusion.

 

 

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