TPP Over/Under 3.5 Goals Goals Stats Table
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The table above features Over 3.5 Goals stats for 510 teams across 29 leagues around the world, and shows the number of matches played and the number of matches that have seen over 3.5 goals scored (for the current season). The green bar represents the percentage of total games where there has been O3.5 Goals.

There are a number of ways you can use the table:

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    Use the ‘Search' bar to find a specific team, league or country.

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    Sort' the information (using the arrows) by either ‘Team', ‘Matches Played' (Pd) or ‘Percentage' (%).

The data is updated every day to ensure we have the most up-to-date stats available.

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Something that always, always trips over novice sports bettors is the concept of ‘half a goal’. In an actual game of football this obviously cannot happen – so why does it always appear on sportsbooks?

Fortunately, the answer is a simple one. When you make Over 3.5 Goals predictions, you need there to be four goals or more scored in the match you are betting on. It does not matter how these goals are split between the two teams. As long as you see at least four goals, you will be celebrating.

So, the actual Under 3.5 Goals meaning is as follows. This is essentially the inverse of an Over 3.5 Goals prediction. Here, you need there to be three goals or less scored in a game in order for your bet to come in. Once again, the split in scoring does not matter.

Regardless of whether you are making Under 3.5 Goals or Over 3.5 Goals prediction, your bet is only active for normal time — not during extra time or penalties.

Below, we have included some examples of successful Under/Over 3.5 Goals predictions.

Over 3.5 Goals Example

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    Manchester City 3-5 Leicester City

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    Liverpool 4-0 Chelsea

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    Everton 5-1 Manchester United

Under 3.5 Goals Example

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    Tottenham Hotspur 3-0 Crystal Palace

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    West Bromwich Albion 2-1 Aston Villa

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    Fulham 1-2 Sheffield United

A Both Teams to Score & Over 3.5 Goals bet is popular among punters. It is the same as a regular Over 3.5 Goals prediction; however, in order to win, both teams must find the back of the net in the game you select.

Again, only goals scored in normal time count. Bookmakers will also give you the choice to place an BTTS & Under 3.5 Goals bet.

Our Manchester City vs Leicester City example above would be the only one in our list that would win this type of bet.

When you are placing an Over 3.5 Goals bet, you will notice the option to make an Over 1.5 Goals or Over 2.5 Goals prediction as well.

These bets follow the same rules. For Over 2.5 Goals, you need three goals or more to be scored. Meanwhile, for over 1.5 Goals, the teams must score at least twice. Under 1.5 and 2.5 Goals bets are also available, and they follow the same inverse principles.

Asian Total Betting, also known as Asian Goal Line, is the Over/Under Goals concept with a twist. The basic principle of your Over 3.5 Goals predictions remain the same, but things are made more complex with the addition of whole number bets.

For instance, you could make an Over 3 Goals prediction. If there were three goals scored in the game, your stake would be returned as a No Bet. The same principle applies for all other whole number bets, whether they be Under or Over.

Asian Goal Line also allows you to bet on ‘quarter goals’. Again, let us use an example to demonstrate this further. Let’s say you bet £10 on Over 3.25 Goals, and there were four or more goals in the game. In this case, you would win as normal.

However, if there were three goals, you'd have £5 of your £10 stake returned. This is known as a Half-Loss. The principle of a Half-Loss is reflected over all quarter-goal markets.

Pre-Match Research

This piece of advice applies to every football bet you place — not just Over 3.5 Goals. Before making your predictions, you need to understand exactly what is at stake. Is it an end-of-season clash between two sides in danger of being relegated? If so, you would expect a cagey affair. However, a low-stakes game between two teams who are already safe will tend to be more free-flowing.

Before placing your bets, checking whether either team is suffering from suspensions and injuries is important. This could affect their chances of scoring, particularly if their absentees are in the final third. On the flip side, a team with lots of defensive injuries will be more porous than usual.

Use Our Stats

Your first port of call before making Over 3.5 Goals predictions should be our excellent statistical tables.

Here at ThePuntersPage, we analyse over 20 leagues from countries all across the world. From Brazil’s Serie A to Scotland’s League Two, we have you covered.

As well as checking out our stats tables, you should also familiarise yourself with general goal trends from across Europe.

The Premier League averages more goals than Serie A, for example, and Bundesliga games tend to be more open than most other leagues in the continent. You will need to take this into account, as well as each team’s individual tendencies, when making your Over 3.5 Goals predictions.

Do Even More Statistical Research

ThePuntersPage is not the only place you can find helpful stats for Over 3.5 Goals predictions. Sources such as FBref can also aid your betting.

Here, you can find advanced player and team stats such as expected goals. This is a measure of chance quality, and gives an indication of how many times a player or team should have scored over the course of a season.

If a team is significantly underperforming their xG over a period of time, it makes sense that things will eventually revert to the average. That could make them a good candidate for an Over 3.5 Goals bet.

If you don't happen to fancy making Over 3.5 Goals predictions, do not worry. There are literally hundreds of alternative betting markets for you to enjoy. Regardless of which market you opt for, ThePuntersPage has provided in-depth stats.

Both Teams to Score

Both Teams to Score is a simple betting market. All you need for your bet to win is each side to score within normal time. The result is not important. Whether the outcome is 1-1 or 7-1, you will still win. It can be a great way to add value to an existing wager.

Booking Points

Betting on the amount of yellow or red cards there are in a game may seem strange, but it is becoming increasingly popular.

The scoring system used varies from sportsbook to sportsbook, so make sure you fully understand the rules before you start betting.

Corner Points

There is a surprising amount of variety in the corner betting market. It may seem like a challenging thing to predict, but that is where our daily updates statistical tables come in.

Total Team Goals

Total Team Goals works on the same principles as Over/Under Goals markets. However, instead of betting on the amount of goals scored in the game as a whole, you are trying to predict how many goals a certain team will manage.

There are other different markets that you can bet on such as Over 2.5 Goals so be sure to check them out!

No – all you need to do in order to collect winnings on a bet like this for the outcome of the match you have bet on to be more or less than 3 goals scored.

Yes. You can split the bet and wager on over under an amount of goals in each or both halves or from one or both teams.

Yes – and what’s more, you should. They can – literally – pay off!

Generally speaking, Over 3.5 pays at a higher rate, as high-scoring games occur less.

Use TPP’s stats tables to help you make the best Over 3.5 Goals predictions on the market.

Making Over 3.5 Goals predictions may seem challenging if you are new to football betting. However, as this article has shown, it needn’t be. It is a great market to try out if you have not given it a go already.

WRITTEN BY David Camilleri View all posts by David Camilleri

David is a sports fanatic with a particular interest in stats and figures. When not writing about sports, you would probably find him playing or watching football, researching stats or sharing the latest news with anyone willing to listen.

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