Baled Out

It was quite a sensational Monday Night Football as Gareth Bale rescued the points very late on for Spurs last night and it was not for the first time this season.

From an in-play trading perspective this was one of those matches that had a bit of everything.

Spurs took the lead and went as low as 1.40 and West Ham went out to 11.

Then West Ham got a 2-1 lead and the markets flip flopped with West Ham trading as low as 1.60 and Spurs were matched as high as 15.5 in-play.

Then when the match was level at 2-2 you had both teams going for the winner which created yet another potential opportunity. The Draw price went as low as 1.20 before the incredible winning goal from Gareth Bale. Special things can happen in football matches when you have truly special players on the pitch and Bale is definitely now in that category.

This was certainly a match where it paid to be a layer!

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  1. What a game! I had positions in 9 different markets pre-match with a view to a high scoring game and Spurs shading it (lucky guess but it helped!) On the match odds alone, I managed to lay Spurs at 1.41 after their first goal, West Ham at 1.46 after their second and the draw at 1.56 after the Spurs equalizer. Even the over 4.5 goals came good although I’d covered the liability on that after the fourth goal. All in all, a perfect game for both watching and trading!

    1. Sports Trading Life says:

      Excellent stuff Rob, sounds like you had a real enjoyable night. Not often matches go to plan like that!

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