Saturday, 16 January 2010

Saturday 16.Jan Summary

The football went well today. The highlights were Manchester United winning 3-0 (a winner at 8.0), Chelsea came in on the Any Unquoted at 4.5, and Everton won comfortably at 3.0.

The lowlights were Tottenham's failure (yet again) to win at home against lowly opposition, and Wigan's unexpected - by me anyway - win at Wolves.

The Championship proved even better with 6 of 11 games finishing exactly as predicted.

League One was 3 of 9, League Two was 2 of 6, the Conference National was 2 of 6 and the limited Scottish schedule finished 3 of 10.

The Correct Score market looks to be a better bet so far than the Match Odds. More research is needed of course; something to make the long winter evenings just fly by.

I'm also strongly considering scrapping the ratings for the regional Conference Leagues. Too much effort, for too little reward.

Football-Elite tipped Stoke City today, but they came up short against Liverpool. Their short-list bets had a torrid time, with three selections (Hannover '96, Wolves and Grenoble) all losing.

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