Trade of the day – Sat 22 Jan

Post match roundup

Few goals in Germany yesterday which was a surprise. Schalke`s solitary goal had us struggling on the Scatter Gun strategy although those that scalped 0-0 would have returned a better profit.

Palermo didn`t bang them in as they have been doing, a late goal sparing our blushes somewhat

Blackpool v Sunderland saw a nice £13 green


Hanover`s impressive home form with 6/9 wins have seen them rise to 2nd
in the Bundesliga. They host 11th placed Schalke last season`s runners up.
Last week`s abject 1-0 home defeat to Hamburg with just one shot on target
in 90mins makes their 2.60 favouritism hard to justify

Trade: Rookies Room
Scatter Gun

BACK 1-1
BACK 2-1
BACK 1-2
BACK 2-2 after 20mins



A slight dip in form has seen Palermo slip to 7th in Serie A. Today sees them host 19th placed Brescia. A glance at Palermo`s home record which include 5 consecutive home wins show the Sicilians have recorded 3-1 wins on 3 occasions plus a 3-0 victory.
Interestingly they score 75% of their goals in the 2nd half


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


Bpool last 6 home have ended over 2.5 and they beat Sunderland 2-0 at Stadium of Light end of December. Sunderland have recently lost Bent which will be a big blow to them. Bpool’s system of 4-3-3 works incredibly well for them and whilst they score plenty they also concede a few!

Back Over 2.5
Back 1-1

Extra insurance of scalping 1.5 prematch, first 10 mins or backing under 1.5 is an option.

This will be traded with other unofficial trades and plenty of SHS’s in the Vets Room.

Good luck to all.

~ by latraderette on January 22, 2011.

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