Betfair’s Data Science team have created a new quantitative model that provides exclusive horse racing tips for every meeting, every day. The new predictive model uses stacked machine learning to predict the odds of each horse, relative to the field. These odds are then ranked from 1-5. The racing tips are shared below.
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This repo includes some of the Data Scientist team's open source predictive models, of which predictions are posted on The Hub. Models are produced in both R and Python. Aim. This repo aims to educate the Betfair community on creating your own end-to-end models to predict sport.
Betfair’s internal team of Data Scientists have created an AFL Prediction Model. The model creates probabilities for every game. Including finals. You’ll often notice discrepancies between the AFL odds on the Betfair Exchange and the probabilities.
Betfair’s internal team of Data Scientists have created an NFL Predictor Model. The model creates probabilities for every game. Including the Playoffs. Utilising a vast array of variables and proven statistical methods, the NFL Predictor Model takes a purely statistical approach to predicting NFL outcomes.
Betfair's Prediction Model was created by data scientists. Using form data and knowing which skills (eg scrambling, driving accuracy) suit which course, they rate every player. Golf betting tips every week, for both the PGA & European Tour.
Betfair’s data scientist Kaushik Lakshman has given a little insight into building predictive sports models. In this conversation he takes us through what goes into building a predictive model for the NBA, a league and a sport that he is passionate about.
Your daily resource for NBA predictions. Betfair’s very own Data Scientists have built a model which will produce outputs for every game of the NBA season. You’ll see the outputs below. The model uses a purely statistical approach to determine the probability of each team winning, and the predictions get stronger as the season evolves.