Betting on draws in football matches is one of the most popular strategies you will find. In this article, you will get the most important statistics on draws for Spain’s La Liga 2.

No time to read? Here are the key points of this article:

  • La Liga 2 has an overall average of 29.8% of matches results as a draw. This number has been somehow stable over the past seasons, with some increase in the past 2 seasons.
  • We have more draws in the first half of the season and less draws on the last 10 weeks.
  • The team’s position on the table doesn’t seem to have a relation with the chances of a draw match.
  • There is a clear relation between the points difference between the two teams playing and the chances of a draw. We observe most draws when the home steam has slightly fewer points than the away team.
  • The number of draws a team had in the past help us predict if the team will draw in the future for La Liga 2 – more draws in the past increase the chance of a future draw.
  • Match odds lower than 3.0 for the draw result had 46% of actual draws. Very impressive.

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In order to analyze the draw patterns in La Liga matches, we analyzed the occurrence of draws through different dimensions.
We checked how frequent draw matches occurred depending on the season, team, week, points difference between teams, draw rate on past matches, team rivalries, and the odds of each match.

We will try to keep this page as simples as possible as the numbers mostly speak for themselves!

La Liga 2 Draws Over Time

The first questions we need to answer are:
– What is the percentage of matches that result in a draw on the premier league?
– Does this percentage change over time?
Since the 2003/04 season, 29.78% of the La Liga 2 matches ended up tied.

The percentage (%) of draw matches varies over the seasons, the lowest percentage was recorded in the 2011 season (24%) and the highest on the 2003 season (36%).

La Liga 2 Draws – weeks during the season

Does the occurrence of draw matches vary depending on the week the game is played? In other words, do matches at the beginning of the season have more draws then the matches at the end of the season?

We have more draws on the first half of the season and fewer draws in the last 10 weeks.

La Liga 2 Draws – what teams draw matches the most?

We analyzed data from the 2003 season until the 2019 season. Here are the teams with the highest percentage of draw matches:

To understand the relation between the team’s strength and the number of draws we can check the teams with most draws by season and their position on the table at the end of the season:

Different from other leagues we can’t see a pattern between the team’s table position and the draw rate.

La Liga 2 Draws – points difference between home and away teams

When predicting a draw match the most straightforward statistics we could look in is the points difference between the two teams that are playing.
In order to measure if this is a good way to analyze a match we investigated how many draws happened depending on the points difference considering the last 20 matches of each team:

As expected teams that have a huge points difference have fewer draws. We observe the most draws when the points difference between the home and away team is between -8 and -4. This means that we have more draws when the away team is slightly better than the home team.

La Liga 2 Draws – do past draws help predict future draws?

Is there a pattern for draws in some teams? Do some teams have a higher chance of drawing because they had more draw games in the past?
To answer this we must compare the number of draws in the past games of a given team with the chance of drawing the next match. We did this for the past 5 and the past 20 matches of each team:

There is a relation between past draws and the chances of the team having a draw match in the future.

La Liga 2 Draws – What do the odds tell us?

The odds of a given result in a match can tell us a lot about what it is going to happen. Here are the outcome of matches relating to the odds of the draw before the match:

Betting on draws when the odds are lower than 3.0 have a 46% chance of winning. This is a winning strategy!

La Liga 2 Draws – What can we conclude?

  • La Liga 2 has an overall average of 29.8% of matches results as a draw. This number has been somehow stable over the past seasons, with some increase in the past 2 seasons.
  • We have more draws in the first half of the season and less draws on the last 10 weeks.
  • The team’s position on the table doesn’t seem to have a relation with the chances of a draw match.
  • There is a clear relation between the points difference between the two teams playing and the chances of a draw. We observe most draws when the home steam has slightly fewer points than the away team.
  • The number of draws a team had in the past help us predict if the team will draw in the future for La Liga 2 – more draws in the past increase the chance of a future draw.
  • Match odds lower than 3.0 for the draw result had 46% of actual draws. Very impressive.

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