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lcd
07 Jul 21 12:03
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So I backed Italy pre tournament and stand to win 1.2k..now I can't be willing Italy to win v England (hopefully) so have to lay at some point...  best to do that today @2.04 or wait to see if England get through then back England / lay Italy ..?

Any thoughts on what price Italy would be v England..

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By:
Angoose
When: 07 Jul 21 12:13
Current winner market has a back book of Italy 2.02 (49.5%), England 2.42 (41.3%), and Denmark 10.5 (9.5%).
If we assume that England prevail tonight, then the Danish 9.5% has to be absorbed somewhere, but where ?

On the other hand, should Denmark beat England, I think it is reasonable to assume that Italy would shorten massively, which would be very good for you.
By:
elisjohn
When: 07 Jul 21 12:24
imo italy will be around 2.2 if england win
By:
Jack Hacksaw
When: 07 Jul 21 12:30
Would also depend on the manner of a victory.
By:
----you-have-to-laugh---
When: 07 Jul 21 12:33
And injuries, red cards.

2.2 does sound about right.
By:
ericster
When: 07 Jul 21 12:46
I would, at the very least, trade off enough to be having a free bet on Italy.
But then, I'm a wimp.Blush
By:
Angela Rebecchi
When: 07 Jul 21 13:25
Your position is quite simple. Do you think England are value to go through tonight, if so, adjust position now. If not, wait.
By:
SontaranStratagem
When: 07 Jul 21 13:54
If England get through you've got the perfect scenario though

Italy win you win money, if England win you witness them win a major tournament for the first time in your lifetime?

Just let it ride would be my advice
By:
Jack Hacksaw
When: 07 Jul 21 13:55
If you can't be willing Italy to beat England, then, presumably, you can't be willing Denmark to beat England.

Denmark beating England is better for you.

So, you have to lay now!
By:
mecca
When: 07 Jul 21 14:01
I agree with JH.... green now... enjoy watching England lift the trophy with a nice £600 win for you
By:
SontaranStratagem
When: 07 Jul 21 14:06
Italy are in the final already so wait to see what happens tonight surely?

He'll get the same green if England win, but there's a chance Denmark win

I wont be greening regardless gonna let it ride esp if England get through
By:
Jack Hacksaw
When: 07 Jul 21 14:13
He won't get the same green if England win.

Italy will drift if England win and shorten if Denmark win.
By:
Giuseppe
When: 07 Jul 21 14:37
italy lay advice?

don't
By:
Whisperingdeath
When: 07 Jul 21 15:00
Laugh
By:
Whisperingdeath
When: 07 Jul 21 15:02
A lay at evens sounds like prudent financial management to me!
By:
Whisperingdeath
When: 07 Jul 21 15:04
in fact I have just taken that on. I just hope the egg seller is not around tonight!
By:
SontaranStratagem
When: 07 Jul 21 16:48
England wont shorten that much

Italy were faves to beat Spain
By:
Whisperingdeath
When: 07 Jul 21 16:54
Italy were 6/4 against a Spain without a forward.

Shirley Engerland at home are a tougher proposition?

Add to that a surge in patriotism I find it strange that Italy will likely move to 6/5 only. I would imagine there will be a lot of money on The Engerlund?
By:
layingisthewayforward
When: 07 Jul 21 18:08
You're talking match odds whispering. Different kettle of fish.
By:
Whisperingdeath
When: 07 Jul 21 18:18
I take your point!
By:
Angoose
When: 07 Jul 21 18:20
Does anybody actually keep fish in kettles Confused
By:
Whisperingdeath
When: 07 Jul 21 18:23
Don't you cook them in kettles?
By:
----you-have-to-laugh---
When: 07 Jul 21 18:25
Kettle of fish "complicated and bungled affair" (1715), sometimes is said to be from a Scottish custom of a kettle full of fish cooked al fresco at a boating party or picnic, but this custom is not attested by that phrase until 1790. Perhaps it is rather a variant of kittle/kiddle "weir or fence with nets set in rivers or along seacoasts for catching fish" (c. 1200, in the Magna Charta as Anglo-Latin kidellus), from Old French quidel, probably from Breton kidel "a net at the mouth of a stream." Kettle was used in geology for "deep circular hollow in a river bed or other eroded area, pothole" (1866), hence kettle moraine (1883), characterized by such features.
By:
cool_hand_luke
When: 07 Jul 21 19:33
your winning 1.2K  but your asking advise.....course you are
By:
Jack Hacksaw
When: 07 Jul 21 22:40
Italy 2.22.

Hope you used common sense.
By:
SontaranStratagem
When: 07 Jul 21 23:26
I have no idea why the prices aren't flipped

Should be England 2.22
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