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Planned upgrade work done

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Monday 26.3.2018

UTC 14.00: Site opened again!

UTC 11.53: Final checkings going on. We are hopefull that the site can be opened in 1-2 hours.

UTC 9.45: Site is closed so that we can copy the latest data to the new server. Archive databases are already being transfered during last few days.

Introducing upcoming features:

  • Statistics Pro data filtering now shows filtered data for the whole league and not just Team A vs Team B! Here we have used odds and 1. half score filtering for international friendlies with average home odds between 1.00 – 1.20 (huge home favorites) and when leading 1-0 after 1. half. You can choose how many results to show (in this demo 30). Statistics Pro is now even more superb in live betting and value betting analysis.

  • Season stats summary data now shows playoffs, relegation, group stage / regular season games separately.
  • Odds Comparison shows average odds (user request):

 

General info:

We are moving to a new faster server (12 Core Intel Xeon, 64 GB RAM, 2 x 500 GB SSD RAID + 3 TB HDD). This update will not be just about hardware, but we have been working on software and database upgrades for several months. This will give you new and enhanced features (and more is yet to come in the near future) to our services. During the break we will redirect customers to our blog where we give updates on how everything is going. If the service break lasts more than 6 hours we will automatically compensate customers with active subscription giving them more subscription time. We apologize for this upcoming service downtime.

Soccer transfers & rumours

Service ends 31.10.2017

AnnaBet.com offers official lineups and expected lineups, injuries, suspensions and we now add transfer news & rumours to about 20 leagues. You will also see contract extensions and player loans and rumours. The latest news are at their own page under Soccerstats menu that says Transfer News. Registered users and Statistics Pro -customers gets longer list than visitors.

From our league pages you will see Transfer News on their own tab:

This data is also integrated to our superb head-to-head statistics so you will see all the transfer news for both teams when comparing them.

New players and contract extensions can boost team’s performance and on the other hand if player is rumoured to be moving to a new team he might not give the best effort if already planning of moving to the new team.

Transfers

Renewed sports main pages! Tip: click odds to open odds comparison

When you open our recently renewed soccer statistics main page  (or any other sports), you have probably noticed that by clicking a team name opens head-to-head statistics and clicking league or tournament name opens our league statistics. You probably haven’t noticed that by clicking any of the odds takes you directly to odds comparison.

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There are now several tabs to choose. International shows only international games and Popular matches currently most clicked head-to-head statistics in that sports. Results search let’s you search results by team names and year. Visitor statistics tells you the top list of countries where from our visitors are (per sports). It is based on unique IP addresses on our head-to-head statistics – not the amount of clicks.

Server problems fixed

Edit: Server is now up and running.

AnnaBet.com main site is currently down. Our server operator had some technical issues that “may have resulted in an unexpected power outage”. We are now working on getting the server up and running as soon as possible.

Checking and fixing hard drives takes some time. We expect to get everything ok by this evening (European time).

5000/1 Leicester land greatest upset in history

LEICESTER CITY have pulled off the greatest upset in history by defying odds of 5000/1 to win the Premier League according to Ladbrokes.

Tottenham’s draw with Chelsea hands the title to Leicester with two games to spare, sealing a £3m payout to City backers, 22 of whom held on to bets at 5000/1 resisting temptation to cash in throughout the season.

The fairytale win for Leicester secures windfalls of £100,000 (from £20), £73,500 (from £10 each way) and £10,000 for student and lifelong fan Karishma Kapoor, 20, who placed just £2 at the start of the season.

Kapoor said: “The first half did my nerves no favours, but I always had the faith we would do it at some point so I’m just ecstatic, not just due to the bet but for the team and the entire city. I’m on cloud 9 as a Leicester fan as it is and the bet is the icing on the cake. I’ll pay for the drinks tonight, save some of the money and spend the rest on a European away day next season.”

Alex Donohue of Ladbrokes said:”The greatest sporting story of all time is no longer a dream. Leicester have officially landed the biggest upset ever seen and when it comes to this story going straight to Hollywood all bets are off.”

“We may be paying out record sums to Leicester backers but we do so with a smile and we have to applaud the handful of fans who took the mammoth odds at the start of the season. It’s been a thrill to be involved in this story from the off for a company which such a passion for sport.”

The win for Leicester has also been hailed as a game-changer by Ladbrokes who vow never to offer odds of 5000/1 again for any football team to win a league.

Donohue added: “The days of 5000/1 are over. We’ll never be so generous with odds again for an underdog, but we still forecast up to 50 times as much betting interest in outsiders for the title next season”.

Leicester City are 33/1 to win back to back titles with 100/1 offered about them winning the Champions League at the first attempt.

Leicester City 5000/1 biggest winners

£20 win  – £100,000
£10 each way – £73,5000
£5 each way – £33,333
£5 each way – £33,333
£2 win – £10,000
£1 each way – £6,666

47 bets at 5000/1 at start of season
25 cash outs
£3m payout

Ladbrokes latest betting:

Leicester City to win the 2016/17 title 33/1
Leicester City to win the 2016/17 Champions League 100/1

Other scenarios as likely, more likely and less likely than Leicester City winning the Premier League at 5000/1

  • Finding a pearl in an oyster 10,000/1
  • Aliens landing in the UK 5000/1
  • Loch Ness Monster being found 10000/1
  • FIFA hosting the 2026 World Cup in the Antarctic 5000/1
  • David Moyes to be an X Factor judge 2500/1
  • Arsenal to sack Arsene Wenger and install Piers Morgan as boss 2500/1
  • David Cameron to become Aston Villa manager 2500/1
  • Vinny Jones to win a Best Actor Oscar 2500/1
  • Jose Mourinho to go on I’m A Celebrity 1000/1
  • Sir Alex Ferguson to win Strictly Come Dancing 1000/1
  • Adebayo Akinfenwa to win BBC sports personality of the year
  • 1000/1
  • Yeovil winning the FA Cup 2016/17 5000/1
  • Leicester City/Jamie Vardy the movie to win an Oscar 1000/1

Odds from Ladbrokes

Leicester fan backs Burnley to land £133,333

5/5/2016 A LEICESTER City supporter has placed a £100 each way bet on Burnley winning the title next season at 1000/1.

The fan from Leicestershire – who landed a four figure sum backing his side for the title midway through the campaign – has staked £100 each way on the Clarets meaning £133,333 is up for grabs if the Premier League is won by a rank outsider for the second season running.

So far almost 100 times more bets have been placed on outsiders winning the 2016/17 title than at this point last year with Burnley (1000/1) and West Brom (1000/1) the most popular teams, while Leicester have also already been cut to 25/1 (from 33/1) to double up.

No bet bigger than £10 has been placed on 13/8 favourites Manchester City since Leicester secured the title.

Alex Donohue of Ladbrokes said:”One Leicester fan clearly thinks his side will pass Burnley the baton and history will be made for the second season on the bounce.”

Ladbrokes latest betting:

Premier League winner 2016/17

Manchester City 13/8
Chelsea 9/2
Arsenal 5/1
Manchester Utd 6/1
Tottenham 7/1
Liverpool 11/1
Leicester 25/1
West Ham 100/1
Everton 150/1
Southampton 150/1
Stoke 350/1
Crystal Palace 500/1
Swansea 500/1
Bournemouth 750/1
Watford 1000/1
West Brom 1000/1
Burnley 1000/1