Welcome to the International Break. We don’t have the backbone of domestic league form so the likes of Sweden can turn up, with an experimental side – Bjorn and Benny from Abba up front and they paid the price. Failed to score.
Traditional trading was successful yesterday and I will stick with that, albeit not for those damn Swedes.
Underdogs scoring first and opponents equalising tended to do the job yesterday – Iran, Senegal, Slovakia. And I think I will stick with the obvious.
The 100 momentum I have shown you in live chat webinars did signal a goal for those damn Swedes and Romanians but none materialised. So, as I say above, stick to the traditional trading angles :
- Red cards ( Mali took advantage of a Rwanda red)
- Underdogs leading ( see above)
- 0-2 leads to underdogs
And so forth.
I will be telegramming early afternoon today , despite Friday being my usual day off.
I am not sure tomorrow warrants a live chat webinar. English League One and Two are the main English Leagues amongst more International football.
So, see you today, early on, and through the weekend. And I promise to stick to the fundamentals. And not to doubt the teams showing well ( Iran, Mali yesterday which I did not pass on to you through lack of knowledge or confidence in the teams.