Ever wanted to construct and customise your own hybrid football bet using different markets from the same match? Now you can!
Many major bookmakers are handing a large chunk of control to their customers by offering their own request a bet and bet building features.
The features, which have exploded in popularity among punters, allow bettors to tailor their football bets in a direction specific to their own ideas and predictions.
By incorporating several different football match markets (corners, cards, goals etc.) into one single selection, customers can design and tailor their own multi-part bets, which are priced and made available to back immediately by the bookmakers.
To help you build your customised bets as a more informed bettor, we’ve compiled a useful list of statistics for last weekend of live Premier League fixtures of the 2018/19 season.
Check them out below.
Sunday 12th May
Brighton & Hove Albion vs Manchester City
- A win will guarantee Manchester City their fourth Premier League title, and sixth overall in the English top-flight. They would be the first team to retain the crown since Manchester United in 2008-09.
- Brighton have lost just one of their last five home games against Man City in all competitions (W1 D3), though it was in this exact fixture last season (0-2).
- Manchester City have won their last four meetings with Brighton in all competitions, already beating the Seagulls twice this season (once in the league, once in the FA Cup).
- Glenn Murray has scored seven home Premier League goals this season, at least five more than any other Brighton player, and accounting for 39% of their total (7/18). However, the striker hasn’t scored in any of his last 11 games at the Amex Stadium.
- Man City have won more (7.89) and conceded fewer corners (2.16) per game on average than any other club in the Premier League this season.
- Brighton’s Premier League games have averaged 9.84 corners per contest this season. That’s the 3rd lowest figure in the entire division in 2018/19.
- Under 2.5 goals were scored in 11 of Brighton’s 18 home games in the league this season.
- Man City have been drawing at half time and winning at full time in their last 3 league matches.
- Man City have kept a clean sheet in 6 of their last 7 Premier League fixtures.
- 4 of the 5 Premier League yellow cards shown to Glenn Murray this season were shown in Brighton’s home games. Similarly, 4 of the 5 bookings picked up by Vincent Kompany were in away games for City this term.
Liverpool vs Wolves
- Liverpool have won six of their nine Premier League meetings with Wolves (D2 L1), including each of the last four in a row. They’ve kept six clean sheets in those nine games, conceding just once in each of the other three.
- Wolves have won two of their last three away games against Liverpool in all competitions (L1), more than they had in their previous 24 at Anfield (W1 D3 L20).
- Wolves have already beaten Chelsea, Tottenham, Arsenal and Manchester United in the Premier League this season. Only two teams to finish lower than sixth have beaten as many as five of the sides to finish in the top six in a single Premier League campaign – Southampton in 1997-98 and West Ham in 2015-16.
- Liverpool’s Sadio Mane has scored more home goals than any other player in the Premier League this season (16).
- Liverpool are undefeated in their last 39 Premier League home matches.
- Liverpool have scored at least 2 goals in their last 8 fixtures.
- Liverpool have been winning at both half time and full time in 5 of their last 6 Premier League home matches.
- Over 2.5 goals were registered in 67% of Liverpool’s 18 Premier League home games in 2018/19.
- Wolves have kept just 2 clean sheets in 18 Premier League away matches this term.
- Liverpool have been awarded the second highest number (6.62) and conceded the second lowest number (3.38) of corners per game on average in the Premier League this season.
- Ryan Bennett (11) and Diogo Jota (10) have picked up 30% of Wolves’ total yellow cards between them this season.
- Liverpool full-backs Trent Alexander-Arnold (12) and Andrew Robertson (11) have been involved in more Premier League goals than any other defenders this season. Meanwhile, Wolves’ Matt Doherty sits joint-third in this list with nine (4 goals, 5 assists).