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Free Prediction For 22.03.2023
Match: Mansfield – Grimsby
Pick: 1 (Home Win) – 61% Predict rate
Pick: 1X (Double Chance) – 75% Predict rate
The mathematical analysis predicts a victory for Mansfield for winner market with 61%.
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How To Use Our Corner Stats
The corner table above features the total corners statistics for 374 teams across 21 leagues around the globe and shows the total number of matches played, and the number of matches that have seen ‘Over 7.5′, ‘Over 8.5′, ‘Over 9.5′, ‘Over 10.5′, ‘Over 11.5′ or ‘Over 12.5′ corners – depending on the line you pick (for the current season). The yellow bar represents the percentage of total games where each teams has had over X amount of corners (either 7.7, 8.5, 9.5, 10.5, 11.5 or 12.5).
There are several ways you can use the table:
- Use the ‘Search’ bar to find a specific team, league or country.
- ‘Sort’ the information (using the arrows) by either ‘Team’, ‘Matches Played’ (#) or ‘Percentage’
The data is updated every day to ensure we have the most up-to-date corner stats available, from Premier League corner stats and Championship corner stats, to La Liga corner stats, Serie A corner stats, Bundesliga corner stats, and all around the rest of the globe.
Using TPP Total Corner Stats
All of this data can of course be used to better predict likely total corner outcomes, alongside good strategy, corner tips, and research in general. Remember too, that because this table provides over stats, it also logistically provides under corner stats based on the remaining percentages (simply take the percentage provided from 100).
The reason that these stats have been chosen is that the average number of corners per game for most leagues is around 10 or 11 – it certainly is for Premier League corner stats.
Some examples, like La Liga or Ligue 1 corner stats, may be a little lower – but that is also reflected in the table. So, by having our over stats (and under stats) around these numbers, you get a really in-depth understanding of how all of these teams perform in terms of total corners most of that time.
There’s always more research you can do to learn more about the beautiful game, but in terms of corner markets, this is an amazing way of quickly tapping into key, factual knowledge.
Using TPP Total Team Corner For and Against Stats
This follows the same principle as our method for using total corner stats. Above the table you have options for over 4.5, 5.5 and 6.5 for and over 4.5, 5.5, and 6.5 against. Simply select which statistic that you want to see and the results will follow in the table.
You can use these statistics in a more nuanced way to determine the balance of the corners that a team accumulates over the course of a season. These can be used on different types of corner bets, placing wagers on corners for one team rather than total corners. By isolating the data you will see that one team collects a number of attacking corners, but because of their stout defensive record, they do not concede many. If you can build up your knowledge like this, it can be very useful when placing an outright bet or including corners in your bet builders.
Understanding Statistics and Important Total Corner Betting Rules
To ensure that you have the full context for these statistics we decided it would probably be wise for us to go through some of the key rules of total corners.
- Normal time – Normal time, not just in this but in betting markets in general, is defined as being 90 minutes plus injury time. This means that any corners taken in extra time do not count towards the final corners total. In other words, for you, this market ends with injury time. Anything that happens after that is an irrelevance here. This rule is also in effect for in-play matches.
- What is a corner? – This is usually pretty straightforward. Unless a player decides to go into business for themselves, a corner will be made clear by the referee and should also be tallied by the bookmaker if you are following the game live, whether there is live streaming or not. In the case of a retaken corner, this is counted as one by every bookmaker we have checked, no matter how many times the corner is retaken.
- Abandoned games – If the match is abandoned before any markets are settled, then you should get your stake back. There are some exceptions to this rule, however. If you had bet that the result would be over, and that number had already been reached at the time of abandonment, then that market would be considered won. This works to your advantage in the case of an over bet, as you cannot lose in the case of an abandoned match.
- That said, using the same logic, if you have bet under, and the match is abandoned after the amount has been exceeded, you would lose that bet and your stake.
There are of course other general rules, but these appear to cause the most confusion when it comes to Total Corner markets.
Total Corner Tips
If you thought that total corners would be a very simplistic market, then we are here to surprise you with its hidden depths. So many factors can impact the number of corners of a game – they are not an arbitrary consequence, but the result of team dynamics, aggression, tactics, environment, team news, and more. With that in mind, here is what we consider to be five of the most compelling total corner tips for smarter total corners betting:
- Spot Under market opportunities
- Create a game narrative
- Focus on teams with dead-ball specialists for Over markets
- Watch as many games as you can
- Utilise our corner stats
SPOT UNDER MARKET OPPORTUNITIES
Something that people often do not realise is that there is quite a lot dictating the odds of a betting site. There is the overround (the bookmaker has an edge, shown through how much over 100% all possible implied probabilities come to), the need to stay close to the odds given by other bookmakers to remain competitive and to stave off arbitrage bettors, and the need to reduce risk. In other words, there is a lot more going on than just what the operator thinks is going to happen.
This mix of factors means there are times when the bookmaker offers odds that are quite far away from their real-life value. Spotting these opportunities is the key to successful betting. In Over and Under markets, of all kinds, these often come through in the Under market. That’s because punters tend to overbet on the Over market. After all, they hope for an exciting game. This forces operators to adjust the odds to encourage more balanced betting, often providing the Under market with very generous odds. Capitalising on those odds is what our corner tips are all about.
CREATE A GAME NARRATIVE
FOCUS ON TEAMS WITH DEAD-BALL SPECIALISTS FOR OVER MARKETS
Other Kinds of Corner Bets
Total Corners stats and corner tips might be the focus of this article, but we’d be remiss not to talk about the many amazing other corner markets that are out there. From Corners in the First Ten Minutes to Corners Race, you’ll be amazed at just how versatile this kind of betting is. Moreover, not only are these ideal for when Total Corners just don’t seem like the best fit for that particular game, but they also are great for putting together multiple bets. With that all said, let’s take a closer look at the alternative corners markets.
- Most Corners in a Football Match – No prizes for guessing what this one is all about – simply pick the team which you think will have the corners in normal play. This is a simple yet strategic bet, like all good corners markets.
- Corners in First Ten Minutes – One of the things that are great about corners markets is how they break down your options into different time zones, with Corners in the First Ten Minutes being a great example. This follows the same rules as Total Corners, but ends at the ten-minute mark, and is a great way of injecting some interest into the opening minutes of the game.
- First Half/Second Half Corners – Once again, this follows the rules of Total Corners but only counts the corners within the suggested selected period. Each half, as far as this market is concerned, is entirely independent from the other. It is also great for multiples.
- Exact Corners – This is sometimes considered part of Total Corners, but we felt it deserves its own shout out here. Exact Corners means you have to guess the number of corners taken dead on, so some very long odds possible here. It is worth pointing out too that according to some bookmakers, Total Corners without Exact Corners is known as Corners 2-Way.
- Corners Race – Here, you bet on the team you think will reach a number of corners first, meaning that this market could be settled at any time. It is sort of similar to a sudden death version of Team With Most Corners in a football match, with the ability to heat up the beginning of a game like corners in first ten minutes.
- Corner handicap – While both European handicap and Asian handicap markets – where a team is given a goal handicap to even the betting playing field – are well-known, fewer people know the exact same kind of rules can be applied to corners too.
- First Corner – The team which takes the first corner of the game is your winning pick. This is another simple bet and a great way of kick-starting your interest in the game, just like Corners in First Ten Minutes.
- Corners Range – This one is remarkably similar to Total Corners. Instead of saying whether the total number of corners will be over or under a certain amount, you instead say whether those corners will be in a specific range – for instance, between 7-9 or 10-13. Otherwise, the principles remain the same.
Now, just to be clear, many operators use different names for these markets, including the likes of First Corner and Corners in First Ten Minutes, so if they appear in a slightly different form don’t be surprised. That is also the case for Total Corners. Exact Corners and Corners Range are, in our estimation, markets which are successful or unsuccessful based on the numbers of total corners. Thus, they are called Total Corners by some bookmakers. Our focus here is largely on the over/under markets, but we do view this interpretation as valid.
What Promotions Can Be Used on Corner Markets?
While it is certainly quite possible for a betting site to offer a promotion solely on corner markets, we do admit that it isn’t something we see very often. However, for those of you wondering whether that means you will have to enjoy these corners markets without those bonus benefits, you have no reason to be concerned. Dedicated promotions would be nice, but considering that so many of the best and newest promotions – including enhanced odds (also known as bet boosts), acca insurance and no deposit free bets – are generally all applicable to all football markets, you can still enjoy the majority of the finest promotions bookmakers have to offer.