The Next Goal prediction tool is used to divide the game into ranges and analyze the percentage of times that there was a goal in those ranges.
To analyze a game with NextGoal, we must first load the game by selecting it in the Game tab.
The next step is to choose the sample which we want to work with, because depending on the sample chosen we will be shown a percentage of goal or another. It is not the same to show us the goal percentage taking into account the current season or the last 3 seasons.
We can also choose if we want to include all the games or just the games when the home team played at home and the away team played away..
Now we would have the game divided into 10-minute ranges and it shows us the percentage of goals in each of them considering the last 3 seasons and only the games that the home played as home and the away as a away.
As in the Market Analysis tool, we can simulate scenarios, for example we can place the timeline at minute 70 and a score of 0-1 and see the percentage of times that a goal was scored from that minute to 90, divided into 10-minute sections.
Each of these sections is conditioned by the score that we have assigned that is, from minute 81 until the end of the game there were more times in which there was a goal than those that did not (taking into account counts the last 3 seasons).
Next Goal Prediction Settings
We can extend this analysis much further by opening the NEXT GOAL SETTINGS panel.
With the dynamic mode what we do is that the time range The starting point is fixed and only the final sections are divided into 10 minutes, better to see it in an image:
With this mode we can see the probability of a goal from:
Minute 61 to 70
Minute 61 to 80
Minute 61 at the end of the game
In addition to each section we can enter and click on See more details to analyze the matches that fall within that range.
The Next Goal Prediction tool is the best tool to analyze the probability that a goal will or will not be produced based on what has happened in the past.
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