Trade of the day Sat 17-7-10

Post match round up

Two proposed trades, NAC ended up scratch, FIP returned £23 profit. The dog scoring once was ok, scoring twice made life difficult Adster fortunately was on hand in the chat room to ensure that the right moves were made and thus limit any serious damage.

Just to underline how the FIP strategy is working wonders for us here is a screenshot from a South American game later this evening


Morning all,

Had a good scout round and aside meaningless friendlies or games with little liquidity we can squeeze something out of ourt old favourites below. For those that dont know the history of these two below they have both been involved in high scoring games in the past where small back of 3-2 or 3-3 has paid huge dividends!!! The Norwegian League Tippeligaen is the third highest league we cover behind Swiss and Austrian with a massive average of 2.86 goals per game. Downside to this league is liquidity is generally low. :0(


Valerenga v Kongsvinger 16.00pm

TEAM NEWS

Valerenga only miss defender Birger Madsen, who is recovering from a hip surgery.

Kongsvinger’s Conny Mansson and Kai Olav Ryen remain long time injuries.

No suspension in both teams.

Valerenga
Suspended: None
Doubtful: None
Injured/unavailable: Madsen (hip)

Kongsvinger
Suspended: None
Doubtful: None
Injured/unavailable: Mansson (ligament), Ryen (knee)

MATCH PREVIEW

Valerenga climbed to second place after the 2-1 win away to Odd Grenland. They are now 5W-1L in six matches and of course looking for another win against bottom side Kongsvinger.

Striker Mohammed Abdellaoue has scored five goals in the last three matches and is an important reason why Valerenga score more often than any other Norwegian team.

Kongsvinger disappointed their home fans once again losing 0-2 to Stromsgodset last Sunday. The team only created a few scoring possibilities during the match and never looked like winners.

The guests have actually done slightly better on the road with 2W-6L in eight matches. Both victories came against fellow bottom sides.

Kongsvinger will almost certainly suffer another loss when they visit an in form Valerenga in Oslo.

HEAD TO HEAD

Kongsvinger have the upper hand on Valerenga in a historical view. The stats were 13W-7D-8L from year 1983-2001, before Valerenga won 2-1 in the reverse match earlier this season.

STRATS

FIP or NAC

Members have been given stakes.

Se you then, this will be traded in the Vets Room.

~ by Juan on July 17, 2010.

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