Suspicious Betting Trends in Global Football Report 2020

GOSFORD, AUSTRALIA - APRIL 14: Jacob Burns of the Glory scores the winning penalty during the A-League Grand Final Qualifier match at Bluetongue Stadium on April 14, 2012 in Gosford, Australia. (Photo by Ryan Pierse/Getty Images)

This year’s report covers data from 80,939 football matches played across the globe in 2019. The report compares the findings to the 2019 and 2018 report and, once again, examines the geographical, tier and sectoral trends. Key findings included:

  • The % of overall suspicious matches decreased despite lower level matches making up an increased % of matches analysed than in previous years.
  • A greater % of matches of concern in the week than in weekends.
  • International and national team matches are over-represented.

Download the report to find out more and join our webinar on Wednesday 2nd September at 3pm BST where we’ll be diving deeper into the key trends and the potential causes behind them.

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