Sunday, 9 May 2010

All Over

The last ever round of Serie A matches before next season's new "Lega Calcio Serie A" (Premier League style) style format, and Roma left it late to win against Cagliari. Needing to win to have any chance of overhauling Internazionale, they were 0-1 down as Inter were 4-1 up over Chievo, so I was pleasantly surprised that they stuck to their task and won 2-1. Sixteen sackings / resignations this season! (Clarification: That's for Serie A, not AS Roma).

Now it's at Half-Time in England, and Chelsea have won the title. The current score of 2-0 is unlikely to remain that way. Over 4.5 at 2.12 looks value in fact.

Last night saw my biggest ever win on BETDAQ where I decided to trade the Jazz v Lakers Game 3. Lakers were getting 4.5 at 2.06 and were never far off the pace, coming back late to win by 1 in a great game for trading. The liquidity there was reasonable, although for trading I still don't find the BETDAQ interface as smooth to use as Betfair's.

Later today the NBA play-offs continue with the Celtics looking to bounce back from a whooping on Friday at home to the Cavaliers who are giving 1.5 on the handicap and are 1.93.

After that, there is the San Antonio Spurs v Phoenix Suns Game 4, with the Suns up 3-0 and as everyone knows, no team has ever come back from a 0-3 deficit in the NBA to win a series. I suspect the Spurs will win today though.

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