Romania Liga 2 Tips
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How to find Romania Liga 2 Tips
Liga 2 (or Liga II as it is commonly spelled) is the second tier of professional football in the Romanian League system. Founded in 1934, it gained it’s current name in 2006-7 having previously been known as Divizia B. It is contested by 20 teams, with the top two winning automatic promotion to Liga I and the bottom five being relegated to Liga III.
The Liga 2 season runs from August until June, with matches normally taking place on weekends. Teams play each other home and away once during the regular season. While the top two teams gain automatic promotion, the third placed team plays off against the 12th placed team in Liga I for the right to play in Liga 1.
Matches become eligible for Romania Liga 2 tips up to 96 hours prior to kick off. Users may find however that most tips for Romania Liga 2 games are posted close to the advertised starting time of games. This is generally because tipsters like to wait for squad news and up-to-date information before posting their tips. There are also live Romania Liga 2 tips available while games are in progress. These tips need to be used quickly as odds can change rapidly.
Romania Liga 2 tips can be filtered by individual matches by using the buttons at the top right of the page. Tips are available in a variety of markets including simple ones such as team to win and goals totals, along with more complex offerings like Asian and European Handicaps.
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All Romania Liga 2 tips posted on ProTipster are individually rated on a scale from 0 to 10, with tips rated at 10 the most likely to win. ProTipster uses an algorithm to rate tips objectively. This works by looking at how a tipster’s history; for example how well they have performed with the same teams and in the same market, before assigning a score. This is done so that users can find the best tips without having to check through lots of statistics first. All the data is available on the individual tips pages for tipsters who want it.