Well there were some surprising results yesterday and not just in the football!
Last night the 2011 Darts PDC World Championship finally came alive as World number 2 James Wade was sent crashing out in the second round by little known Austrian Suljovic. To say it was a shock result is an understatement as James Wade was priced pre-match @ 1.07 to win and traded as low as 1.03 in running with over £100k matched at that price. Watching the match you have to say the Austrian was quite sensational in parts whilst Wade was clearly off colour and all over the shop. Its a pity to lose James Wade at such an early stage of the tournament and Phil Taylor’s odds to win the whole thing have now moved in from 2.20 to 1.85 which still probably represents great value considering his dominance over this tournament.
There were some “surprising” results in the football yesterday however I have to say I wasn’t too surprised myself. Stoke (1.95), West Brom (1.75) and Sunderland (1.70) all actually losing their games at home. I do feel that you can never back these types of teams at odds on as there is a good reason they aren’t challenging for the champions league spots and that is consistency. Man Utd failed to win after being priced at 1.50 to beat Birmingham which is another result which doesn’t surprise me considering the recent head to head record between the sides indicating the man utd constantly have a struggle against the brum. Man Utd traded as low as 1.08 before Bowyers equaliser in the 90th minute!
I really wouldn’t be surprised to see more surprise results tonight with Chelsea (1.33), Arsenal (1.55) and Liverpool (1.33) all being short priced. You could probably lay them all and only need one winner to come in to make a profit! Get two and you hit the jackpot! Might be worth it for a fun punt at least!
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