So finally the start of the premier league season is here and this is an interesting time of the season for when it comes to finding value. The odds that are currently set on the teams are based on last seasons form and if you are quick off the draw you can spot the teams that are being priced wrongly before the markets eventually catch on a few games into the season.

The game between Fulham and Aston Villa is an interesting one as Fulham have already been playing competitive football this summer and could hit the ground running this season. Villa, on the other hand have had quite a bit of upheaval during the summer and might need time to get used to a new system under a new manager. Fulham are traditionally strong at home and the 2.22 on them could be a smart bet. Riots permitting, I should be at the Cottage tomorrow so hopefully I can get a good mobile signal for some sniper trading! ūüėČ

Arsenal are currently in turmoil, with neither Nasri or Fabregas named in the squad for the match against Newcastle. Wilshere is injured and Van Persie faces a late fitness test. Arsenal are currently 2.08 to beat Newcastle which looks good on paper but is definitely not when you consider the current situation they are in.

I will be trying to hold back from any straight bets till at least September  but I am thankful that the Premier League has returned as it also means the Liquidity will return. Those who have Total Football Trading have been emailing me about the pre-match strategies and I have urged caution whilst the money volumes are low. From next week, we should see all the big money returning with the Champions League qualifiers and so things should be much easier.


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