Trade of the day – Tues, 21 Sept

Post match roundup

From the sublime to the ridiculous.

Brum v MK Dons: The NAC strategy was no better employed than in this game as Brum took a 3-0 first half lead enabling us to emerge with a £24 profit

Spurs v Arsenal: The advice to wait for 10mins before backing Over2.5 was timing par excellence. Although we left 0 on unders & £17 on Overs, the second goal was a long time coming. Extra time didn`t really interest us but we squeezed a £7 green nonetheless

Stoke v Fulham: Due to a technical difficulty this advertised “in-play” match was actually suspended meaning no trading was possible. Just a bunch of very disgruntled members with open positions that we unable to close. Merci Betfair doesn`t readily trip off the tongue here. A  phenomenally rich company with vast ressources surely would have contingency for situations like this. We talking about a major football fixture not some affair from the Albanian Tractor Co-operative Divison 2 league

Spurs v Arsenal 19.45pm

Both sides resting players. Feel there will be goals here but the 2.5 is too short.

Let’s wait 10 mins and if 0-0 we can back overs and the 1-1 scoreline. Instructions to be given in the room.

Birmingham v MK Dons 19.45pm

Brum putting out a pretty strong side here and will look to put the weekend defeat behind them. Dons struggle away from home and feel there will be goals here to Birmingham mainly.

NAC strat

Back over 3.5

Back under 2.5

Back 2-1

Back 3-0

Stoke v Fulham

BACK 2-1
BACK 1-2

Optional insurance: BACK UNDER1.5 goals

~ by latraderette on September 21, 2010.

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