Monaco v Montpellier – This looks good. It’s either a KO trade or a HT trade, or for some perhaps a half stake @ KO and add to it at HT if 0-0. However, it’s strong enough and cheap enough to be in from the KO in my view so I will be.
Cork – This looks good, very good, but its pricey, and there is one big fly in the ointment which is that only 4 days ago they played each other and St Patricks put 3 goals past Cork which, if this was worth the price (5) I would say that would knock my confidence in a trade. So this is a leave alone job, unless a better opportunity comes up in play.
Wisla Kracow – This game has me scratching my head. It isn’t a trade, but it looked it on the odds, until I saw the league positions which baffle me! The goal stats suggest this has a strong chance of being a draw, so I ain’t touching it. In play opportunities could come up there, if the home team go ahead, certainly if 2-0 up, I may be looking at laying them with small stakes.
RKX Waalwijk v Achilles 29 – This is massively overpriced, but if it’s 0-0 at 60 minutes it could offer some value to LTD or lay U2.5.
Le Havre v Ajaccio – This is borderline on the stats, but I do think Le Havre should manage some goals here based on who they have scored against and how the Ajaccio’s form looks so dismal. But the price is good at 3.65 and that offers a long trade from KO with much less risk than usual, so despite not being blown away by the goal stats, I think this has value as a KO trade at this price.
Breda v Fortuna – One of the most overpriced draws I have seen in a long time. I am half tempted to back the draw for 30 minutes just to ride that price collapse when/if it is as dull as the home form and stats suggest it should be! But I wont be doing that, instead I might just look for a way to take advantage in play, if an op comes up.
Stuttgart v Munich – Slightly higher price than I would like, but I do like the stats and form so I am going to go for this one from KO. HT may be a better entry for someone trying to preserve funds/reduce risk.