Trade of the day – Sun 2 Jan

Post match round up

At 0-1 the option was to take the £7 profit or remain in the trade. Some took it some didn’t. The equaliser from Wigan didnt come but we reduced our red and the ones that didnt take the green took a £3 loss.

As traders we offer/advise when a profit is there for the taking or to remain in for a bigger return with the risk of a red.

 

WIGAN v NEWCASTLE  16.00pm

Tuesday night’s draw with Arsenal will have boosted the confidence of Wigan, who are now unbeaten in their last four in the league.
All three of the Latics’ home defeats – in which they conceded a total of 12 goals without reply – came before the end of September and they have since managed two wins and four draws.

Over the last eight games, Newcastle have the worst record in the Premier League with just five points from a possible 24.

Since their shock win at Arsenal in November, the Magpies have seen 17 goals put past them and averaged only one per game themselves.

The triumph at the Emirates was one of three victories on the road this term but otherwise Newcastle’s record stands at five defeats and one draw.

  • Wigan have won all four of their previous top flight contests against Newcastle with an aggregate score of 5-1
  • Newcastle`s leading scorer Andy Carroll has been ruled out with a thigh problem with Shola Ameobi set to replace him.
  • Wigan`s Charles N’Zogbia misses out for Wigan following his red card against Arsenal,

Trade

Scatter Gun

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

We will BACK 2-2 after 20mins if odds are over 25.0

~ by latraderette on January 2, 2011.

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