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How does your Prediction Program compute the anticipated score-line?

Although the anticipated score-lines are more reliable for matches with big differences between the Win Quotients of the two teams involved, the chances of hitting the actual score-line on the nose are no greater than 1 in 6 at the absolute best for some specially selected matches. However, for matches with similar WQs the result could swing one way or the other, so the chances of calling the right score-line reduce to 1 in 12 at best (and some weeks you may be lucky to get 5% of the score-lines calls spot on). Therefore, in reality, the anticipated score-line we post for each match is simply an indicator of the way the actual match result is expected to turn out.

Although the anticipated score-lines are more reliable for matches with big differences between the Win Quotients of the two teams involved, the chances of hitting the actual score-line on the nose are no greater than 1 in 6 at the absolute best for some specially selected matches. However, for matches with similar WQs the result could swing one way or the other, so the chances of calling the right score-line reduce to 1 in 12 at best (and some weeks you may be lucky to get 5% of the score-lines calls spot on). Therefore, in reality, the anticipated score-line we post for each match is simply an indicator of the way the actual match result is expected to turn out.

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