The wait is finally over as Whoscored now have an app for iPhone and iPad in the Apple iTunes App Store plus Google Play app for Android users!
The Who Scored app is described as a “revolutionising football stats” this app is packed with stats and features covering the top leagues in Europe.
The WhoScored app is free to download from the app store too! No premium subscriptions for extra stats here, just a free app with all the data you can dream of!
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We were delighted to see who scored launch an i0s & Android app as their stats are fantastic. You can see that the app has been well thought out and it has a nice clean clutter-less interface.
From the home page, you get the days to match list to pick from organised by the most popular leagues (like Futbol 24). If you scroll down you’ll find all the days games listed. The information varies depending on the league and profile of the match, for some lower league games, you’ll just get basic form and stats.
For all premier league games, you get the full stats and previews including possible teams, players missing through injury and suspension and previous meetings stats.
From a betting perspective the who scored app is a great app to have on the side to look at the team news, and stats including under and over 2.5 goals, win streaks and winless streaks. This is the ultimate football betting companion and is brilliant for checking how games look of in play betting as well as building your accas.
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In play stats – Head to head statistics include the who scored ratings for each team, average possession %, average pass accuracy %, average shots per game and aerials won per game. This helps to get an idea of how the teams play stacks up and how the game may pan out. In match history you’ll find the last 5 matches for each team to so you can consider the form. The standings (league), form and streaks are for the league rather than the individual teams.
Once the games go in play the home page updates with the live scores and stats. This is what I really like about this app, the stats are really in depth and very up to date. For regular in play bets, the possession and shots on goals stats are key for me in order to get an idea of how the game is going.
Obviously, the goals don’t always come but if you get an idea of a team that’s battering the other one it’s usually worth a bet on more goals or them to get a win. This can also help you with your cash out decisions as you can get an idea of how the game is looking.
The “team stats” tab updates to where you can find all these stats once a game is in play. These stats include who scored official team rating, total shots, on target, blocked shots, possession %, passing accuracy, aerial success. There are also some miscellaneous stats – offsides, corners, throw-ins and dribbles.
These stats are powered by Opta stats so you may find slight discrepancies with your betting apps stats so its worth double checking if you think you’ve won your bet.
Daily match facts & articles
This is another great feature of the Who scored app, it is a feed of the top stats from the days’ games. This comes in a written form and usually covers in-game streaks for win-draw-win, goals run or head to head stats.
The articles tab covers football related articles from some of the top journalists around, these articles all include the who scored stats for the games. This where on the Who scored app you’ll find the weekend’s tips articles and the daily transfer roundups.
Top team and player statistics
The level of information for teams and players on the who scored app is really quite incredible. This again covers the major European leagues and players and you can filter for different things. These cover all the usual stats we’ve mentioned above like possession average, shots and tackles etc.
The player stats have an even more in-depth look at the top players with extra stats like – most through balls, shots blocked per game, dispossessed and more.
The who scored app is the standout app for football fans and all there is left to say is quite simply – Just get it downloaded!! The only place you’ll find more information is in the Stats Zone app which costs £9.99 per year and includes the passing graphs, chalkboards and more.