Value Bet By Fixture Id

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In the section above the Value Bet is explained.

The endpoint described here is about the Value Bet By Fixture Id. It will only return a result when a Value Bet has been detected for the particular Fixture Id.

It is also possible to use the Value Bets endpoint. This requests will return all Value Bets detected.

If you want to combine your Value Bets requests with your requests on the Fixture endpoint or Livescore endpoint, you can add the relationship include &include=valuebet. See the Relationship Fixture Value Bet for more info.

Field Description

bet: 1 = home, x = draw, 2 = away
bookmaker: The name of the bookmaker with the best odd
odd: The odd provided by the bookmaker
stake: The stake is helping to manage the risk that the model would take in the bet. The risk is measured with the volatility of the profit and loss of the Value Bet Strategy. The stake is calculated in order to have an average risk of one unit.
fair_odd: Our algorithm allows you to find the fair odd of a value. The fair odd is useful to play against bookmakers that are not listed in Sportmonks. Any odd above the fair odd can be considered as Value.

Endpoint Details

Below you can find the details for this endpoint.

Key Value
Pagination: No
Nested Includes: - You can add a max of levels of nested includes.
Parameters: No parameters available for this endpoint.

Example Request

The following code snippets demonstrate how to get all prediction apis available in this endpoint.

// Get your API tokens here:
curl ""
-H "Accept: application/json"
// Get your API tokens here:
$client = new GuzzleHttp\Client();
$res = $client->request('GET', '', [
    'headers' => ['Accept' => 'application/json']
// Get your API tokens here:
response = requests.get("")

# Print the status code of the response.
// Get your API tokens here:
require 'faraday_middleware''', headers: {'Accept' => 'application/json', 'Accept-Encoding' => 'gzip'}).get
// Get your API tokens here:
URL url = new URL("");
HttpURLConnection con = (HttpURLConnection) url.openConnection();
// Get your API tokens here:
import { SportmonksApi } from 'sportmonks';
const sportmonks = new SportmonksApi(__YOUR_API_TOKEN__);
sportmonks.get("",params).then( function(resp){
  // will contain your data
  //resp.meta will contain the meta informations
// Get your API tokens here:
package main

import (

    sm ""

func main() {
    g, err := sm.Get("", "", 0, false)
    if err != nil {
// Get your API tokens here:
var client = new HttpClient();
var response = await client.GetAsync("");
string json = await response.Content.ReadAsStringAsync();

Example Response

In the API Reference Guide the example responses of the prediction apis endpoint are shown.

Test this Endpoint

With our In-Page API Tester you can directly test this Endpoint by clicking the blue button on the right ‘Open Test API’. By adding Includes, Parameters and Variables and clicking the blue button on the right below ‘Send API Request’, you can directly view the API Response. Your Requests and Responses are even stored in your personal API Tester Folder (only when you are logged-in). If you are not logged in the API Tester will use the Free Plan Leagues for your requests.


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