Factors that have a heavy impact on the NCAA Football result forecast (Part 1)

The following are considerations that you can not ignore in the most accurate study and assessment in football.

How time of the year consequences of the findings 

Balls in most of Europe start in August and finish in May. The outcomes will be very volatile during the first quarter of the season (September-December) and the poorer teams can always do so. Beat up better players. Now is the time to put a high bet on the underdogs. 

But pay attention to matches that finish the first leg, Christmas, boxing day, dark Sunday (the house day and all the above-mentioned teams in all European leagues are losing, or the outcome is just under-faint) …

From December to March, the usual awards were sorted and returned to normal. The findings appear to be more natural. Stronger teams win more, teams return to a more stable state and lose the requisite momentum. 

From March to May (second quarter of the season) the results seem more reliable. The teams at the bottom of the ranks have always beaten the top team, and their success is very inconsistent. 

Being willing to trust and put a bit of investment in the underdogs instead of throwing a lot of resources into the strong teams

Predict the outcome of the NATIONAL CUP soccer 

Often impossible to forecast because they are less critical than national competitions, major teams just don’t rely too often on this playground and instead only launch Team B or don’t kick too hard.

Derby Preview (the same town): 

Often a very special case. Pay heed to the plays. Derby always comes to a simple end with a draw. The FA Cup rounds may come as a surprise because the major teams have not done their best in the away zone. They know they should do all that at home. They will either consider a draw or lose with a marginal ranking.