Trade of the day – Sunday, 15th August


While some our members may recall that Liverpool was THE bogey team
for the Nugget Crew last season, perhaps this afternoon we can redress our poor trading performance where the scousers are concerned

It is hard to look beyond this game being a very tight affair with a single goal margin likely to decide the outcome. I suggest leaving the  MO alone.

Last season result: 1-2

Liverpool: Torres & Skrtel
Arsenal: Song/Bendtner/Ramsey
Denilson/Diaby & Arshavin are doubtful

The market that stands out is Over2.5 @ 2.30

Liverpool Home record (last season) played 15
Over2.5 – 8 games
Arsenal Away record (last season) played 15
Over 2.5 in 9 games

From the last 20 encounters between these two sides (all competitions),
14 have ended with three or more goals being scored (it’s four from the last six).
In those 20 games, a total of 74 goals were scored giving an average of 3.7 goals per game,


BACK 0-1
BACK 0-2
BACK 1-0
BACK 1-1
BACK 2-0

Corners Odds
Last season: 7 (3-4)
Over 75% of Liverpool`s home matches & Arsenal away matches were 11 or less corners
Liverpool corner supremacy in 11/15 home games
Arsenal corner supremacy in 12/15 away games

As the Corner supremacy market is “in-play” a cheeky £5 on a Tie @ 11.0

This will traded in the Vets Room……other games will certainly be traded & discussed

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Post match round up

Small profit thanks to a late Arsenal goal as we did a Bingo Special in the fading moments of the game. £4 profit though and we hoped for more.

~ by latraderette on August 15, 2010.

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