Trade of the day

Well it’s that time of the week again, the best day of the week when the wives/girlfriends/partners go shopping leaving their loved ones to pass the day doing what they love dearly, ‘trading’!

So what have we got today? Plenty of games on. Been looking at the live game at lunchtime between Burnley and Sunderland but cannot see anything that stands out for this game. 2-1, and 1-1 were options but I think we will look to trade this in play in the paltalk room………Not joined? Feel free to come in, we don’t bite!

Arsenal v Wigan 3pm

I am going for 2 scorelines in this game. Wigan have a dreadful record against the big 4 and I don’t see them getting much at the Emirates today. Back 2-0, and 3-1 and lay off as goals go in.

Good luck.

German Bundesliga

Bingo is travelling further afield this afternoon and will be offering some devilish trading opportunities in the freescoring Bundesliga.

There are 5 matches on show and we will be looking for a 0-0 scoreline at around the 30` mark. If this criteria is matched then we LAY the draw @ 3.0 and BACK 1-1.

What are the possible scenarios? Pop along and find out how to fill yer boots…..or at worst take a £15 loss

Viel Glueck

Post match resumé

Hanover v Dortmund provided us with the perfect scenario to trade according to the criteria outlined in ths morning`s post. We laid the draw @ 3.1 and Dortmund (the dogs) took the lead just before half-time.

The draw price moved out to 4.1 which, if backed, would have provided a modest profit. Erring on the side of greed this author was licking his lips in anticpiation of a sweeter tasting 4.6. A back bet was bid at those odds but not matched as the home team equalised as the 8 secs bet placement clock ticked.

Too late. A familiar story told its tale once more and I was left to pick up the scraps. A £5 loss on the Match Odds market was tempered by £15 win on the correct score.

In the Arsenal game we advised in the paltalk room to take the 10% profit when the score was 1-0. Reason being we felt that a second goal wouldn’t bring the 2-0 price in so there was no advantage to remaining in the trade. It’s  better taking a small green than remaining in the trade in that situation and putting your bank in danger.

~ by Juan on September 19, 2009.

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