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== Regular chances ==
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Up to 10 regular chances are distributed among the two teams during a game. Each one of these chances is a possibility for a goal to occur.
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A chance is distributed by comparing ball [[possession]], which is determined by the [[midfield]] rating. Each of these chances is a possibility for a goal to occur. Not all the chances are necessarily mentioned in the match report.
  
Chances are distributed by comparing ball possession, which is only determined by the midfield rating.
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Originally, '''regular chances''' to score distributed among the two teams during a game were 10, but the new [[match engine]] may generate up to 15 ordinary chances in a match:
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* 5 exclusive chances for team A. If team A’s midfield rating is higher than the opponent’s one, the probability of team A to be allocated such a chance increases. If such a chance won’t be allocated, the chance will be lost.
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* 5 exclusive chances for team B. If team B’s midfield rating is lower than the opponent’s one, the probability of team B to lose that chance increases. However, team A won’t get that chance instead.
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* 5 open chances - the team with a higher midfield rating has a bigger probability to be allocated such a chance. If one team is not allocated one of these chances, the opponent will get it instead.
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Apart of these 15 ordinary chances, in a match there are other extraordinary chances to score, called [[special event]]s.  
  
e.g.: If Team A has 60 % ball possession in midfield, Team A has a 60% chance of receiving the scoring opportunity.
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Regular chances are distributed as they follow:
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35% in the middle
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25% on each side (R/L)
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15% free kicks (direct and indirect FK)
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Free kicks and penalties are counted as ordinary chances. Corner kicks are counted as special events.
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There are 2 types of regular chances:
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* field chances
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* set piece chances
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===Field chances===
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Field chances may either be on the right, the middle or on the left. The possibility for a goal depends on the [[attack ratings]] on that part of the field, compared to the opponent's [[defense ratings]].
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===Set piece chances===
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Set piece chances are either penalties or free kicks.  The home team has a greater chance of getting these.  They will be taken by the person you have named under Set pieces in your [[line-up]].  The chance for a goal depends on the set piece taker's [[set pieces]] skill and the [[goalkeeping]] skill of the opposing keeper.
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==Team spirit and possession on chances==
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A good help to win a match is the [[team spirit]]. Having a high TS it’s helpful to your midfield rating. The most possession you have, the most chances to score you’ll get. A [[coach]] with a high [[leadership]] will help you to avoid losing too quick the TS.
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[[Category: Match concepts]]

Latest revision as of 21:01, 19 December 2013

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The following contents are based on experience and/or research conducted by Hattrick users — which means that their veracity and accuracy have not been confirmed by any official statement, and consequently they do not necessarily reflect the game reality. Please take this into consideration!


A chance is distributed by comparing ball possession, which is determined by the midfield rating. Each of these chances is a possibility for a goal to occur. Not all the chances are necessarily mentioned in the match report.

Originally, regular chances to score distributed among the two teams during a game were 10, but the new match engine may generate up to 15 ordinary chances in a match:

  • 5 exclusive chances for team A. If team A’s midfield rating is higher than the opponent’s one, the probability of team A to be allocated such a chance increases. If such a chance won’t be allocated, the chance will be lost.
  • 5 exclusive chances for team B. If team B’s midfield rating is lower than the opponent’s one, the probability of team B to lose that chance increases. However, team A won’t get that chance instead.
  • 5 open chances - the team with a higher midfield rating has a bigger probability to be allocated such a chance. If one team is not allocated one of these chances, the opponent will get it instead.

Apart of these 15 ordinary chances, in a match there are other extraordinary chances to score, called special events.

Regular chances are distributed as they follow:

35% in the middle
25% on each side (R/L)
15% free kicks (direct and indirect FK)

Free kicks and penalties are counted as ordinary chances. Corner kicks are counted as special events.

There are 2 types of regular chances:

  • field chances
  • set piece chances

Field chances

Field chances may either be on the right, the middle or on the left. The possibility for a goal depends on the attack ratings on that part of the field, compared to the opponent's defense ratings.

Set piece chances

Set piece chances are either penalties or free kicks. The home team has a greater chance of getting these. They will be taken by the person you have named under Set pieces in your line-up. The chance for a goal depends on the set piece taker's set pieces skill and the goalkeeping skill of the opposing keeper.

Team spirit and possession on chances

A good help to win a match is the team spirit. Having a high TS it’s helpful to your midfield rating. The most possession you have, the most chances to score you’ll get. A coach with a high leadership will help you to avoid losing too quick the TS.