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Current form is a great indicator of how a team is likely to perform in an upcoming match. It provides us with some insight into how well (or badly) the team is playing at this precise moment in time, so it’s obviously something we need to consider.
It’s very easy to check the current form of a team. There are many websites that publish the latest league tables, and recent form is something usually included on those tables. Take a look at the sample we provided below.
This table was taken from a popular sports news site. You can see that the last column is entitled “Last 6,” and the graphics here indicate each teams’ recent results. A green box indicates a win, a grey box indicates a draw and a red box indicates a loss. This is a really simple way to see how a team is currently playing. We should note, however, that this example only includes league form. If a team has played any cup games recently, then those results won’t be included here.
It’s perfectly acceptable to focus solely on league form, as it’s still a good representation of how the team is currently playing. However, for anyone who wants to make sure they have all the relevant information at hand, we suggest checking ALL the recent results for a team. Again, these can be found on a variety of different websites. The easiest solution would be to check a club’s own website, as they always publish their results.
Once you’ve checked a team’s current form, the next step is to think about how that form might affect an upcoming match. Remember: momentum and confidence are vital in soccer. So it’s always reasonable to assume that a team in good form is going to maintain that form. This is true even if they’re about to face a team that’s technically better than them. A team in good form is certainly capable of beating a stronger team.
Similarly, it’s safe to assume that a team in bad form will perform badly in an upcoming match. Momentum works both ways; a team with a lack of confidence stands out like a sore thumb on the soccer field.
You can use current form to make some basic assessments about the likely outcome of a match, based on the simple assumptions mentioned above. However, recent results only tell part of the story. To get a more accurate picture, we also need to consider the following.
- The quality of opponents faced.
- The margins of winning/losing.
- The overall quality of performances in recent games.
Knowing the quality of a team’s recent opponents is essential. A team’s current form could look amazing with six wins out of six, but they might have played six easy games that they were fully expected to win. So does their current form actually mean much? Probably not in this situation. In the same way, bad form might not mean much for a team that’s played a few very tough games one right after another.
The margins of any wins or losses are also very important. A team might have been narrowly winning all their recent games, or narrowly losing them, in which case their current form might actually paint a false picture. It’s easy to assume that a team with six recent losses is playing badly, but if they’ve only been losing by a single goal, then that might not be a fair assumption.
This brings us to the third point listed above. The overall quality of recent performances is a MUCH more valuable indicator than form alone. A team might have played poorly and got some lucky results, or a team might have played well and got some unlucky results. You can’t gauge any of this just by looking at a form table. Doing a little research, like reading recent match reports, will give you the insight you need.
Taking all of these points into consideration, it’s safe to say that knowing a team’s current form will definitely help you assess an upcoming game. What we discourage you from doing, however, is assuming that a team in good form is going to win, or that a team in bad form is going to lose. Try to make educated judgments about how a team is likely to play based on their current form: keeping in mind that form is temporary and can change at any time.
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