Still plenty to excite…for the discerning trader.
Although it is International Break in the football, there have been plenty of trading angles for those of you looking out for them. I have started to list the previous day’s potential trades in the Daily Bulletin just to back up this point.
Although it may seem quiet, there’s still plenty to excite.
A simple use of my half-time score strategy would have paid off well given the multitude of sub 1.2 decimal odds favourites there has been in the Euro 2020 qualifiers and , to some extent, in the Women’s World Cup.
Just to remind you. If you see any 1.2 favourite or shorter in the match odds market, an assumption can be made that said favourite is likely to score 2/3+ goals and potentially win to nil. We can also assume that the short priced favourite can make a breakthrough in the first 45 minutes of the match. It’s not too much of a stretch of the imagination is it?
So, if you see a 0-0 at the 20 minutes marker, then I would recommend backing 1-0, 2-0 or even any unquoted in the halftime score market. After all, said favourite still has 25 minutes in order to make that assumed first half break-through.
There will come a time when you collect on the biggest odds outcome ( Any unquoted). The odds will be good because the market is a little lacking in belief that a team who hasn’t scored after 20 minutes, will score 3 or more goals in the remaining 25 minutes!
Russia were playing San Marino on the 8th June. 0-0 after 20 minutes.
4-0 by halftime.
‘Ker-ching’ as Vladimir Putin might say.
As if all that wasn’t enough, the tennis has been quite giving too if you have followed it.
Yesterday was a good example. Remember we are in ‘pre-Grand Slam’ phase during this new Grass Court season, so some of the big guns are poking their heads out. The likes of Raonic, Goffin, Zverev and Tsitsipas for example have all surfaced recently, predominantly in Germany.
Yesterday both Zverev and Tsitsipas lost their first sets and won the second sets quickly .
During this early phase, I have recommended noting the odds on favourites in the day’s tennis coupon at www.flashscore.com/tennis by ticking the matches so that they appear in the MY GAMES facility. Only when a strong favourite has lost the first set can you either a) research it via tennisinsight.com or b) back said favourite at enhanced odds in lieu of a comeback.
The Irish are with us this evening to keep the trading interest going. I do hope you’re still trading! See you soon.
I’ll decide on whether there is a live chat webinar or not this weekend. We suffered a lack of matches last weekend.