day or an 'ok day' in betting. I was correctly expecting a very tough and low scoring English
Premier League fixture, and I am glad that we 'nailed' the high prices, specially the draw in
Arsenal's game. Thanks for your messages and nice words.
Having said that, with a little bit more luck, it would have been a great day but its 'ok' in the
Today, there are many 'mid table' and 'top spot' games in Sweden, Denmark, Spain and
England where the draw factor rises high! Also, I can not ignore a few games where the
Over 3.5 goals market has in theory a very significant edge.
Aberystwyth v Llandudno FC Its 'raining' goals in Wales this season and this is game
has the potential for a quite high scoring game. ''Long story short'', the hosts are looking
sharper lately, and I expect the from the visitors to start scoring again, against the 3rd
worse defence of the league so far.
Man City v Southampton The hosts are in an 'awkward' position and form after their 4
consecutive 'average' performances and negative results in European and domestic
games. Today, they are looking to get back on the top of the leader-board and the home
win pays as much ''little' as 1.49 at the moment. In the last 8 games played in Manchester,
5 games ended with an Over 3.5 goals score and Southampton managed to score in 7 out
of those 8 games. Given the circumstances, I find much better value in the Over 3.5 goals
market and I hope we will watch an open and fascinating game.
Feeling Adventurous and going after the ''Big Score''? The Draw factor is high in the games
of Chelsea v Man Utd, Sevilla v Atletico, Hacken v Kalmar, Hammarby v Elfsborg, Orebro v
Helsingborgs, AC Horsens v Randers, Fremad Amager v Nyk, AB v HB Koge. The creation
of 3-4 multiples and backing the Anytime scores 1-1 & 2-2, even with very small stakes /
bets it could turn out gold!
What are your thoughts? What are you backing today?
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Best of Luck!