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The Turning Point?

I believe that yesterday’s victory for Man City over Everton was a huge in the context of the title race and even the future of Manchester City. It might sound like I am over reacting but it was highlighted on this very site on Thursday that Everton have been a bogey team for Man City recently and the match seemed to reflect that too as City struggled for a long period of time. The important thing to note is that Man City didn’t set the world alight however they still came away with the win and that is the mark of potential champions. Writing “Man City” and “potential champions” in the same sentence feels a little bit weird but I feel they have turned a corner now. If that match was played last season then Man City would have dropped points for sure.

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The match from a trading perspective was one where I felt I couldn’t do no wrong as all the strategies I used came off nicely. The In & Out method (5 minutes, 22 ticks!) and LTD reloaded strategies straight from the Total Football Trading manuals ensured a nice profit and I even had a Bosman Bet land for a full win.

Despite Man City getting the win, they were way too short @ the opening price of 1.40 and soon drifted to 1.50 by kick off time, the turning point in the match for me was the substitution bringing on Ballotelli as it seemed like Everton had the match under control and those who follow me on Twitter will have seen me mention that. Up until 62 minutes, I simply couldn’t see any way through for Man City however substitutions can change games and it’s something to bear in mind when looking for potential entry points when trading in-play.

 

Premier League Winners Market

So with Manchester United dropping points away to Stoke we have seen the first turning point in the Premier League winners market. Man United have steamed from 2.80 down to 1.75 as a result of their fast start to the season, however after the 1-1 draw against Stoke they have now drifted back up to around 2.02.

With a trip to Anfield coming up, the Manchester Derby and a few injuries piling up it could be a drift which will continue!

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