Soccer Stats Bot Review: Betfair Football Betting Software

Soccer Stats Bot Review

Soccer Stats Bot is the latest Betfair football betting software from Winning More that researches and places bets automatically.

The bot covers a range of popular football markets and can either back or lay selections. It comes with built-in staking plans and includes seven optional strategies to use.

At the beginning of our review, the team reported that the most profitable backing strategy had made £230 profit with a £1 profit target per bet over a two month period. The most profitable laying strategy had made £193 in one month.

The bot also allows you to filter matches using various parameters (16 in total) including Min Rank Difference, Current Season Goal Ratio, Minimum Matches Played and percentages of games won, lost or drawn.

After selecting the required filters the bot automatically places bets on Betfair and with the unique tabbing system, up to 120 games can be bet on at once.

Markets available to bet on:

  • Match Odds
  • Over/Under Goals
  • BTTS
  • Correct Score
  • Double Chance
  • Draw No Bet
  • Halftime/Fulltime

During our review we tested the bot to see if it could effectively automate football betting systems. After some teething problems, we were impressed with the product overall.


Update One Results

In the first part of our Soccer Stats Bot review we tested the software out using three backing and three laying strategies from the user manual. The staking plan for these strategies was martingale/recovery style. We entered the settings into the bot as they were shown in the PDF and hoped to be able to achieve similar results to those reported. 

Unfortunately, it didn't work out that way and we recorded a £485.90 loss based on aiming for a target profit of £1.00 per bet.

We actually used smaller stakes (target profit of £0.10) to test the bot as there wasn't a practice mode to try it out and real money would have been at risk.

It's a good job we did this, as we found the staking to be quite volatile. Our balance had dropped to -£97.43 at one stage (£0.10 target profit) and when the bot attempted to recover from this, it started to get a bit crazy.

In one case, the bot had been ticking along with most bets having a liability of less than £1 and then suddenly it fired off a £62 back bet. Fortunately the bet won, recovering a big chunk of the loss, but it could easily have made a bad situation a lot worse.

One more thing to note is that we encountered a problem with the bot losing all of our settings and results after our PC crashed, hence why our results only go back to the 3rd July. This was easily avoided in future by making sure to log out of the software after the settings had initially been entered and they were then permanently saved.

Key Stats

 Back 1Back 2Back 3Lay 1Lay 2Lay 3Total
Number of Bets83494141691392321082
Total Stakes (£0.10 profit target)£177.21£46.34£389.71£17.03£245.11£376.25£1,251.65
Profit/Loss (£0.10 profit target)-£10.10£3.62-£53.66£0.75-£3.13£13.93-£48.59
Total Stakes (£1.00 profit target)£1,772.10£463.40£3,897.10£170.30£2,451.10£3,762.50£12,516.50
Profit/Loss (£1.00 profit target)-£101.00£36.20-£536.60£7.50-£31.30£139.30-£485.90
ROI-5.7%7.8%-13.8%4.4%-1.3%3.7%-3.9%
Strike Rate45.2%46.9%44.4%50.9%83.5%87.1%60.0%
Soccer Stats Bot Review Graph

To summarise this update, the strategies from the user manual didn't work out for us so we wouldn't recommend using them. We have never been fans of recovery staking plans as things can get really out of hand quickly.

This didn't give us much faith in the bot, however, we decided to do some more testing before making a final decision.

The software does have the option to use level stakes, so we ditched the recovery settings and went for the safer option. There are many parameters that can be set for selecting matches to bet on, so we planned on having a little go at coming up with our own strategies.


Update Two Results

For the second part of our Soccer Stats Bot review we tried setting up a couple of our own strategies and opted to play it safe and use level stakes.

We set up two strategies using our own filters, a backing system for the Over 1.5 Goals market and a Matched Odds laying system to lay the draw in-play after 70 minutes if the score was level.

The backing system produced a small profit of £20.74 to £10 stakes from 44 bets during a one month period.

The laying system didn't actually have any bets and we weren't sure if this is to do with our filters or if the bot just didn't handle in-play betting as it should.

Key Stats

 Backing
Number of Bets44
Total Stakes£440.00
Profit/Loss£20.74
ROI4.7%
Strike Rate77.0%

During our testing we found that there were days where no bets were placed at all, even at weekends where we expected there to be a much higher volume of bets. Although it's possible it could be that none of the matches were suitable based on our filters, it seemed unlikely. 

The days that the bot placed bets seemed sporadic, for example, we had a Thursday with 12 bets placed and then nothing at all during the weekend. 

We decided to email the developers and we were sent an updated version of the bot, which we hoped would iron out this issue. They added a note to say they recommended that we didn't use the bot for in-play betting, so we planned to try out a pre-match laying strategy instead.


Update Three Results

After receiving the updated version of the Soccer Stats Bot, we did some more testing using some strategies that we made up ourselves. The problems we had with the previous version had been eliminated, with the exception of in-play betting which still didn't work.

The markets that we tested were:

  • Backing - Over 1.5 Goals
  • Backing - Double Chance Home/Draw
  • Laying - Match Odds (Draw)

The bot worked well in identifying selections based on the filters we had entered and it placed 49 bets during a 12 day period.

Although we didn't make a profit, this was down to our testing strategies rather than the bot itself. Every individual will have different results depending on the systems they are using.


Review Summary

Although we encountered some issues along the way, overall we were impressed with the Soccer Stats Bot. In our testing we automated three betting systems, but the bot can run six systems at the same time in total.

It was easy to enter our filters and there were plenty of stats to choose from. Once the bot was set up we were able to just leave it running to place bets. With access to a VPN, the bot could be left running without leaving our computer on.

Pros

  • Easy way to automate back or lay football betting systems
  • Can use level stakes as opposed to just martingale
  • Stop loss settings available
  • Plenty of stats to choose from to filter matches

Cons

  • Would be good to have more staking plan settings
  • In-play betting didn't work
  • Strategies from the manual delivered poor results

If you already have one or more profitable football betting strategies, Soccer Stats Bot is ideal if you're looking to automate them. It saves all that time on checking out statistics for yourself and the actual placement of bets.

We would advise not to blindly follow the strategies from the manual and we would recommend using level stakes. Using the martingale staking could potentially cause some big losses if stop loss settings are not set up.

Overall we think this product would be very useful in automating football betting and we are happy to recommend it.



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The Soccer Stats Bot places back and lay bets on Betfair based on your own customisable filters, allowing you to easily automate football betting systems.

2 thoughts on “Soccer Stats Bot Review: Betfair Football Betting Software”

    • Hi Raj, I noticed that the bot had exported some of the lay betting results incorrectly (recording liability wrong and putting it down as a £0.01 stake instead of £0.10). The bot had actually placed the bets correctly but the results weren’t right. So, I went through and fixed them all and merged them together with the latest results for the full update.
      Sorry if this caused any confusion.

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