Question about Colossus 06 Scoring Away Overs.

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azb asked 7 months ago

Hi there.
I am following Colossus 06 Scoring Away Overs system. Last pick of the system was – St Etienne-Strasbourg on 13.02.
In the explanation of the system is written – “We have filtered in away teams that scored the previous match or more. This is in the hope that if the away team can get a goal, then it will give more chance for the home team to be forced into attacking for more goals. The home side has been filtered so they have not scored in the previous game. This could lead to value in that some odds calculation models may give higher odds on the over 2.5 result if the home team did not score in their previous match.”
I checked and noticed that St Etienne have scored their last match. You said – “The home side has been filtered so they have not scored in the previous game.”
So now i am curious to know what is the truth. Would you please explain that.
Thanks in advance!

3 Answers
Javier Paniagua Staff answered 7 months ago

Hi azb,
Thanks for your question. I think there has been a misunderstanding in what you comment us, since the previous match of St Etienne was on the 10th of February, against Rennes, the result was 3-0, St Etienne did not score in that match. You can check it in the following link:
 
https://www.whoscored.com/Matches/1281455/Live/France-Ligue-1-2018-2019-Rennes-Saint-Etienne
 

If you need any additional clarification, I will be happy to help you.

 
Best regards,
 

paramedic answered 2 months ago

Hi there,

Complete newbie question here which relates to what I’ve noticed in the Colossus 06 filters…

You’ve got “The home side…have not scored in the previous game” which is expressed as “Consecutive games NOT scored > 0 goals Home Team (overall): 1-5”. And you’ve also got “…away teams that scored the previous match or more” which is expressed as “Consecutive games scored > 0 goals Away Team (overall): 1-10”. For the home team filter what does the 5 relate to in 1-5? If it was just looking at the home team’s previous game wouldn’t it be 1-1?

The 1-10 setting in the away team filter is also a bit confusing for me. I understand that in this strategy the “previous match or more” away team setting is different to the “previous game” home team setting but does 1-10 mean the away team have scored in each of their previous 10 games? Or they’ve scored in at least one of their previous 10 games? Or is it something else entirely?

Cheers!

Javier Paniagua Staff answered 2 months ago

Hi paramedic, Thanks for your question. It is normal that at first, you have a bit of confusion with the filters, it takes a learning curve to get used to them. After a while, you will take full advantage of your potential to build profitable strategies.

Regarding your doubt, the filters that take an interval means that the condition can occur within that range. I explain it with a filter in particular: “Consecutive games NOT scored> 0 goals Home Team (overall): 1-5”. This condition is met if the home team has not scored a goal in the last game, or in the last 2, or in the last 3 matches, etc., up to 5 .. If the filter is “Consecutive games NOT scored> 0 goals Home Team (overall): 1-1 “means that the team has not scored a goal in the last game, but scored in the penultimate game.

To sum up, each team has a streak assigned depending on the event, if a team has scored in the last 5 games, he has a streak with a value of “5”, and if the filter indicates, for example, “1-3”, that condition is not met for that team.

I hope I have clarified your doubt, but I understand that it is difficult to get used to the logic of the filters, it is not a simple task.

Cheers!