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Indeed. The results, along with Tuesday being make or break for Pool and Spurs in the CL, did make me have a check on the fixtures/results. A few things of interest to me.
- City have played all five top six opponents (assuming you still consider United that), with four of them away, so a good second half of the season on that count.
- Pool played four of the five, with United upcoming next weekend, at possibly the worst time to get them.
- Spurs played five of five (three home, two away) and also having played six home and ten away overall.
If Liverpool don't do the business on Tuesday, and will be doing Thursday nights in Europe next year, I'll be laying Liverpool. Of course under the assumption that the market doesn't respond before I get in, but wouldn't think so after today's results. It would be an even lay if Spurs pull off a miracle on the same night.
I just wish there was more liquidity in the top 2 market, as that would be a more interesting lay position.
Doubt it's worse than mine (if it's the PL official one) Current week rank 5.6 million-ish out of the nearly 6 million teams....that shouldn't even be possible with quite a few of those teams likely abandoned by now!!! Okay, I have three Everton players tomorrow with Richarlison captain, but it still stings, as the same thing happened last season, where I had the worst week by a mile the week preceeding the Cup, and not even "qualifying". If it happens again....
Maybe 1/4 stakes lay on Barca in the hope they are not at the races..... although generally laying the better side at home level in football is the road to the poor house. Depends if Spurs can get a foothold early and settle into it? I am not convinced either way. Maybe wait for Barca 1-0 then lay.....? Depends if Barca look like they are at a friendly and the crowd get on their backs? Sorry nothing concrete to offer just a few musings...... In fact make it 1/5 stakes!!!
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