Performance of the Team: Factors such as the team's performance in recent matches, injured players, whether the team will play at home or away play a role in determining the odds.
Statistics: Data such as results obtained in past matches, results in matches played between two teams, and player statistics are looked at.
News and Developments: Factors such as last-minute developments in the team, player transfers, coach changes may also affect the rates.
Market Dynamics: Betting companies can adjust the odds depending on how much money players bet on which outcome. If too many people play the same outcome, the odds of that outcome may decrease.
Margin: Betting companies add a margin to the odds to guarantee their own profits.
When betting, it is important to remember that these odds are not completely accurate and may vary. Additionally, gambling and betting carry financial risks and can be addictive. You should only bet money you can afford to lose.