Apr 15, 2019 -- 5:27PM, elise wrote:
think spurs will get a point at the weekend, l'pool will win away @ cardiff, to take control and prices will reverse
Liverpool will come be much shorter than 1.83 if this happens, they will be more like 1.5.
Apr 15, 2019 -- 5:47PM, n88uk wrote:
There's only really 1 game rated significantly harder than anything Liverpool have, given City are 1.33 to beat Spurs next week, and will be sub 1.25 vs all of Burnley (a), Leicester (h), Brighton (a).Is it me btw or is there no market for Man Utd vs Man City despite there being a market for every other game in like next 2 weeks.
Bizzare there is no market for that game
Apr 15, 2019 -- 6:05PM, mafeking wrote:
the market clearly rates city significantly better than any side in europe in recent seasons. struggling to think anyone else being much shorter than 1.6 to beat spurs at home in the last 4 seasons
Well there's also that City are gonna be like 1.6 away to Utd in 10 days, Liverpool and Barcelona were both over evens in past few months.
Apr 15, 2019 -- 6:16PM, tobermory wrote:
As I said, Leicester are not an 'on the beach' type of team. Theie best players are 100% every game types and their lesser players are playing for their careers under a new manager. Also Brendan Rodgers fancies himself - with some justification - as being able to give problems to legends like Pep and will be making sure there is no slacking.
Did you watch them at home to Newcastle a few days ago? They were absolutely woeful.