All sports bettors should gather as much information as possible on the market they intend to bet on, ensuring their bets are informed.
Twitter can keep bettors informed – injuries, transfers, lineup news, new data, modeling etc. – on information which may potentially move odds and/or influence bettors bets.
Soccer data: These are just a few of the accounts that look produce soccer data:
@Infostradalive , @WhoScored , @OptaJoe
Getting an edge in betting is in part, about gaining a better understanding of what you’re betting upon. In recent years, the best way to accomplish that has been through the study of analytics.
Simply, crunching numbers can show you patterns for the chaos the eye test represents.
@Zonal_Marking – Site founder Michael Cox offers some of the strongest post-match analysis on the web between writing for ESPN.com and The Guardian.
@StatsBomb – Official twitter feed of soccer analytics website Statsbomb.com. While Ted Knutsen is affiliated with both that company and Pinnacle, there’s no official connection between the two.
@footballfactman – Paul Riley writes about shot locations and goalkeeping.
@11tegen11 – Dutchman Sander Ijtsma focuses primarily on his national league, but World Cup brought out his affection for International soccer.