European Hockey kicks off this weekend and we are tracking a profitable trend that paid out big in 2018/2019.
The Champions Hockey League is a European ice hockey tournament. Launched in the 2014–15 season by 26 clubs, 6 leagues and the International Ice Hockey Federation (IIHF), the tournament features top teams from the first-tier leagues of countries across Europe.
Since the 2017–18 season, 32 teams again participate in the group stage, with 24 of the entries coming from the six founding leagues (Swedish Hockey League, Finnish Liiga, Swiss National League A, Czech Extraliga, German DEL and Austrian/international EBEL) and all berths being earned through on-ice achievement: the “founding clubs” are no longer guaranteed a place in the competition. A maximum of five teams from each country are permitted, with the entries allotted to each country according to a coefficient system (best two leagues get five berths, next two get four, last two get three). The remaining eight places are given to the champions of the Norwegian, Slovakian, French, Belarusian, Danish, British and Polish leagues, as well as the champion of the Continental Cup. The teams are then be drawn into eight groups of four, with the top two teams in each group advancing to the knockout stage, which is contested as two-legged ties until a one-match final.
Trends worth Tracking.
Last year in the 2018/2019 Champions League season. Fading the short favorite in regulation was a profitable campaign.
Last year, taking the +DOG on the 3WAY ML vs Favorites between -143 and -101 – bettors went: 9-9, +9.93u, an ROI of +1.38% per wager and $100 bettors profited +$55 per bet win or lose fading the short favorite.
There are 3 games on the board tomorrow that suits this parameter.
The chart suggested statek for this system is about 2%
Hockey » Europe » Champions League
2% – Cardiff (Gbr) (Regulation) +187
2% – Bern (Sui) (Regulation) +227
2% – Lausanne (Sui) (Regulation) +235
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