[b]HELLO[/b], good evening and welcome to my special half-time update blog live from Success Towers.
The lay to back shout on Stoke is working out like a dream, my loyal followers, with the Potters drifting from an ante-post 1.87 all the way to 2.4 already and the half time draw/full time Stoke shout is still on.
[b]Just to remind you all, here's an extract from my post this morning...[/b]
While Stoke are no oil painting as a side (if anything, an early Hieronymous Bosch), there’s a certain aesthetic beauty in backing them at home as, to cut a long story short, it means more champers come ten o’clock. They may not roar into an early lead, but mark my words they will win, come Hell or High Throw. [i]Laying to back is probably the best route for a risk-free return[/i] as their...
[b]HELLO[/b], good morning and welcome to my blog. I trust you all had an exciting weekend. After a ‘just about even’ Saturday (excellent trade on the Preston/Burnley game, moderate trade on the England rugby match and, quite frankly, a snooze-fest on the Millwall/Forest fixture) it’s time to launch ourselves headfirst back into the champagne lifestyle we all love.
Let's take a look at tonight's Premier League fixture - Stoke (pushing for a Europa League spot) v West Brom (relegation candidates).
Poor old West Brom started the season like the Road Runner on steroids, but since the turn of 2011 they’ve lost five matches*, one manager and a lorry-load of momentum. Stoke, on the other hand, have managed to claw their way up the Premier League table with the help of the belligerent,...
[b]GOOD[/b] evening readers and congratulations to all of you who were wise enough to follow my blog earlier today. Here's a very brief reminder about my recent successes. I sincerely hope your champers is as tasty as mine is tonight.
[b]BLOG SUCCESS UPDATE:[/b]
[b]BACK[/b] West Ham to beat Burnley in the FA Cup tonight. At just under even money, here’s a fantastic opportunity to virtually double your cash as an established Premier League outfit takes on a very average Championship side. West Ham are struggling against relegation, granted, but those bubble-blowing Hammers love a good FA Cup run and, like Portsmouth last season, can continue to progress, despite their abysmal league form. Burnley, on the other hand, have a poor away record and their two ‘star’ (ahem) signings...