Trade of the day

Hi guys,

Portugal v  Cameroon 19.30pm

Portugal have won 5 out of 6 with 1 draw which was a pathetic display against Cape Verde which ended 0-0!! Hard to see them performing as badly tonight………Cameroon are 1-4-1 and their only victory against Zambia. Hard to see them getting a result against Ronaldo and co.

Cameroon are not a particularly good side, and draws with Slovakia and Georgia are hardly reason to suggest that they will take anything from Portugal.

A straight covers tonight, hopefully we’ll see an early goal or 2 to Portugal.

For those wondering what the CoverS strategy is it’s a combination of backing certain low scores with the over 2.5 market. So you’re basically arbing and playing one market off against the other one. The staking plan is what is most important with the low scores and our members receive these stakes via the members area where this type of strategy continues to make us money.

World Cup month is upon us and there’s still time to join the service. We have a special deal for the 6 weeks.

http://www.tradingfootball.eu/membership_signup.php


Good luck all.

Post match round up

The CoverS continues with its 83% strike rate. What a great strategy! Once Portugal scored and helped by a Cameroon sending off our only danger was 1-1 which we covered at a price of 16.5. A second goal to Portugal and it was happy days all round. With so many games that we see as similar in the World Cup this strategy when staked correctly will continue to make our members money. Some comments from the chat room earlier below…….

This is the last chance to sign up for our FREE Webinar tomorrow night on the World Cup. To book a place on this course please sign up here. There wil be many who will just sit on the sidelines and say nothing, that’s fine, so don’t be shy, just register now! There will be plenty of excellent information to help make some ££££ over the next 8 weeks.

http://www.tradingfootball.eu/contact.php

Another game where two markets were covered. Stakes? Only £45.




~ by Juan on June 1, 2010.

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