These two graphs give us a much clearer picture of what goes on in matches home and away. In home matches, the crossover point where the odds of losing actually exceeds the odds of winning doesn't happen until a differential of about 8 fantasy points (the equivalent of nearly three yellow cards or a yellow and a red card). For away matches it happens a lot earlier, and in fact on the exact opposite side of the neutral line at -8. Clearly, venue plays a large roll in determining the odds of winning.
Even more important than the OLR itself is the subsequent calculations that can come from it. If we know the odds of all three outcomes an expected point total can be calculated from the following equation.