Get stuck into the brand new app from Sky Bet – official new Stats Zone partners
Fast-forward to approximately 4:40pm on Saturday evening. You’re diligently following the football scores as the goals fly in… waiting… hoping… praying. The torture!
That ambitious accumulator you stuck on an hour before kick-off has a chance of coming in (just one more goal, Arsenal…). Now, though, thanks to the clever new Bet Tracker mobile app from Sky Bet – FFT’s official Stats Zone partner – you’ve got options as Jeff Stelling & Co. prepare to deliver your moment of judgement on Soccer Saturday. If you don’t fancy Arsene Wenger’s men to get the job done (yes you, Spurs fans), there’s a simple solution – cash out early!
Sky Bet Tracker’s real-time statistics – including cards, corners, possession and zip malfunctions (OK, we made that one up) – will help you decide whether to take your winnings before the final whistle, or cut your losses before tearing up that metaphorical betting slip in rage.
Now you can clearly track your accas in one place as nets are rippled up and down the country, check the latest scores from those teams you nearly bet on (honest) and scream as your first goalscorer shout fluffs his lines from six yards.
If that’s not enough, new customers can receive £20 free when they bet £5, enjoy Sky Bet’s range of daily Price Boosts and your full account history all in one place within the app. What’s more, you’ll get access to a whole world of exclusive offers and rewards with the Sky Bet Club, including a £5 free bet every week*. Sounds good? You betcha.
If you’re a football nerd like FFT, meanwhile, you’ll almost certainly want to take the number-crunching further with the award-winning Stats Zone – a tool that enables you to analyse matches in a way that's never been possible before. This season, we're covering the Premier League, La Liga, Serie A, Bundesliga, Ligue Un, A-League and the Champions League. Track shots, passes, possession, player influence and lots, lots more via the app or your browser. Still confused? Don’t be...