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Latest Soccer 13 Fixtures and Tips below
Our soccer 13 predictions and tips are based on all historical games, league position etc., as well as our own algorithm. Using this we predict the outcome and the scores of all Soccer 13 fixtures.
So, how exactly do we calculated our soccer 13 predictions and what do we predict? We have the historical data going back many season, showing how different teams perform when playing in certain ways. We also have the latest data for the teams league position, current season performance and points, previous head2head performance of the 2 teams, if the games are being played away or home etc. We use all this data to enable us to make a prediction on each soccer 13 fixture. Our system predicts the full-time correct score, which means you can use the soccer 13 prediction for a correct score bet, over/under, or both teams to score markets.
As soon as the fixtures for Soccer 13 become available, our system automatically pulls them and puts them into our database. We then use our sophisticated algorithm and Soccer Prediction Engine (SpE) to predict the outcome of each of the Soccer 13 fixtures. There are typically 2 Soccer 13 pools each week, meaning at least 26 fixtures for Soccer 13 weekly, and we predict the outcome for every single one. Feel free to use our predictions, or just use our site to view the matches and do your own analysis.
As we update our system and database with the latest soccer 13 matches as soon as they become available, you can always find the soccer 13 fixtures and predictions for matches being played tomorrow. This means you can get your soccer 13 bets in early, where hopefully you will have better odds as the closer it gets to the matches being played, the more the betting sites adjust the odds.
The average jackpot pool is R2 million and if no-person catches the jackpot then that will be accumulated to next draw (until someone claims the grand prize). If there are multiple winners the total pool of R20 million will be split. There are winning pay-outs for 1 missed match, 2 lost games, 3 incorrect predictions and 4 miss-outs.
Soccer 13 is very similar to soccer 10 and the chief differences are the fact that three more games are added to the calculation.
The soccer 13 punter will have to predict the correct results from a list of 13 scheduled matches and is mostly played twice weekly (mid-week and weekend).
The punter places a wager on 13 scheduled soccer matches with three bet choices available on each game. Home (H), draw (X) or away (away).
H means the home team, draw is represented by X and A means the away team.
For example, if Arsenal is playing Spurs in one of the games on the list – the match is played at the venue of the team, written first and in this case Arsenal is the Home team and Spurs the Away team. A predicted draw is marked by an X.
M1 will denote Match One, M2 match 2 and so forth until the 13th one is reached.
The unit of bet is R1.50 and this is for selecting one option on all 13 games. By choosing only one prediction per game means the ticket will cost a mere R1.50.
An example where the punter uses more options to make a bet will be: 1x1x2x1x1x3x2x3x2x1x1x1x1 = R72 x by 1.5 – total bet of 108.
Punters can play online on the soccer6.co.za site or via telephone on 0861444822 (open a telephone bet account). The punters can also go to the TABS or use FNB via the app, ATM or at the bank.