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FA Cup: Chelsea FC vs. Liverpool FC — Prediction
After a very successful operation of removing Chelsea from the CL competition, today we can extract those antibetmaniacs from the FA Cup. And this time, Betman does not have to invest a large sum at BetScorum. They are hosting Rabidpool… Liverpool, heavily wounded straight in their vanity back in Watford… FA Cup, of course is a sixteenth rated competition… or seventeenth, I don’t have a financial report yet, and it is not a big deal to expel them out of it. But it can be used to drove their fans. If there are any left. One, at least? OK, we’ll awake the last one of the Chelseacans: And we’ll do it choosing a simple option, that Chelsea will not lose: 20:45 CET: Chelsea FC vs. Liverpool FC 1X @1.836 That will do the job, and all of you who have already invested on Liverpool, I congratulate at your winnings! It was an easy money! You may be sure in another fu**up… I mean, you may be sure in the result whenever you see Chelsea so high in the FA Cup. And if you have invested in Liverpool in SCR, then it is probably even easier than Betman can describe, having in mind it is just around half a cent today. . Furthermore, you can expand your winnings by writing a counter-tip to this Betman’s, and get a fat upvote from Scorum Loyalty Program (not only) for tipsters. That is, if they are awake and laughing at the events over to the Steem Blockchain and sunburns all over its community. You think Justin 🌞 could be mad enough to take over BetScorum?Kiss FA Cup Goodbye, Chelsea!
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betmanupdated
FA Cup: Chelsea FC vs. Liverpool FC — Prediction
After a very successful operation of removing Chelsea from the CL competition, today we can extract those antibetmaniacs from the FA Cup. And this time, Betman does not have to invest a large sum at BetScorum. They are hosting Rabidpool… Liverpool, heavily wounded straight in their vanity back in Watford… FA Cup, of course is a sixteenth rated competition… or seventeenth, I don’t have a financial report yet, and it is not a big deal to expel them out of it. But it can be used to drove their fans. If there are any left. One, at least? OK, we’ll awake the last one of the Chelseacans: And we’ll do it choosing a simple option, that Chelsea will not lose: 20:45 CET: Chelsea FC vs. Liverpool FC 1X @1.836 That will do the job, and all of you who have already invested on Liverpool, I congratulate at your winnings! It was an easy money! You may be sure in another fu**up… I mean, you may be sure in the result whenever you see Chelsea so high in the FA Cup. And if you have invested in Liverpool in SCR, then it is probably even easier than Betman can describe, having in mind it is just around half a cent today. . Furthermore, you can expand your winnings by writing a counter-tip to this Betman’s, and get a fat upvote from Scorum Loyalty Program (not only) for tipsters. That is, if they are awake and laughing at the events over to the Steem Blockchain and sunburns all over its community. You think Justin 🌞 could be mad enough to take over BetScorum?Kiss FA Cup Goodbye, Chelsea!
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betmanupdated
FA Cup: Chelsea FC vs. Liverpool FC — Prediction
After a very successful operation of removing Chelsea from the CL competition, today we can extract those antibetmaniacs from the FA Cup. And this time, Betman does not have to invest a large sum at BetScorum. They are hosting Rabidpool… Liverpool, heavily wounded straight in their vanity back in Watford… FA Cup, of course is a sixteenth rated competition… or seventeenth, I don’t have a financial report yet, and it is not a big deal to expel them out of it. But it can be used to drove their fans. If there are any left. One, at least? OK, we’ll awake the last one of the Chelseacans: And we’ll do it choosing a simple option, that Chelsea will not lose: 20:45 CET: Chelsea FC vs. Liverpool FC 1X @1.836 That will do the job, and all of you who have already invested on Liverpool, I congratulate at your winnings! It was an easy money! You may be sure in another fu**up… I mean, you may be sure in the result whenever you see Chelsea so high in the FA Cup. And if you have invested in Liverpool in SCR, then it is probably even easier than Betman can describe, having in mind it is just around half a cent today. . Furthermore, you can expand your winnings by writing a counter-tip to this Betman’s, and get a fat upvote from Scorum Loyalty Program (not only) for tipsters. That is, if they are awake and laughing at the events over to the Steem Blockchain and sunburns all over its community. You think Justin 🌞 could be mad enough to take over BetScorum?Kiss FA Cup Goodbye, Chelsea!
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Betting Trends For Outrights In Premier League, Championship, League 1, League 2, FA Cup, EFL Cup
PREMIER LEAGUE OUTRIGHT MARKETKey Trends 11/13 winners finished in the first three the previous season 9/13 winners scored more than 80 points the previous season 9/9 of the last reigning champions didn't successfully defend their title PREMIER LEAGUE TOP GOALSCORER MARKET Key Trends Last 12 winners: Henry 27 (Arsenal) Drogba 20 (Chelsea) Ronaldo 31 (Man Utd) Anelka 19 (Chelsea) Drogba 29 (Chelsea) Berbatov/Tevez 20 (Man Utd/Man City) Van Persie 30 (Arsenal) Van Persie 26 (Man Utd) Suarez 31 (Liverpool) Aguero 26 (Man City) Harry Kane 25 (Tottenham) Harry Kane 29 (Tottenham) Mo Salah 32 (Liverpool) Gives us these significant statistics to concentrate on: Average goals last 12 seasons = 26.08 Average goals last 5 seasons = 27.40 9/13 winners won scoring 26+ goals 12/13 winners were centre forwards/strikers 11/13 winners played for Chelsea, Man Utd, Man City, Arsenal and Tottenham 2/13 winners played for that season’s Champions PREMIER LEAGUE RELEGATION MARKET Key Trends Average goals per season of relegated teams: 2010/11 = 45.00 2011/12 = 44.67 2012/13 = 40.00 2013/14 = 33.33 2014/15 = 32.67 2015/16 = 36.67 2016/17 = 31.00 2017/18 = 31.33 There is a definite trend over this period that the relegated teams have gone down scoring fewer and fewer goals per season. That means an emphasis on scoring goals is paramount. CHAMPIONSHIP OUTRIGHT MARKET Key Trends 11/14 winners previous season finishing position was either a top seven finish in the Championship or were relegated from the Premier League 9/14 winners of the Championship won having scored on average 2 or more goals per match, meaning an emphasis on scoring/attacking football CHAMPIONSHIP TOP GOALSCORER MARKET Key Trends 11/14 Top Scorers played for a club that went on to finish 7th or higher that season 6/7 of the last 6 winners scored 25+ goals to win it CHAMPIONSHIP RELEGATION MARKET Key Trends There’s a massively strong trend in the last eight seasons when it comes to relegation and it is this: 17/24 relegated teams either finished 16th to 21st in the Championship the previous season OR were promoted from League 1 the previous season LEAGUE 1 OUTRIGHT MARKET Key Trends 12/14 winners either played in the Championship the season before or finished between 10th – 13th in League 1 the season before LEAGUE 1 TOP GOALSCORER MARKET Key Trends 6/8 last eight winners played for a team that went on to finish in the top four of League 1 that season LEAGUE 1 RELEGATION MARKET Key Trends There’s no real trend as regards League 1 relegation. LEAGUE 2 OUTRIGHT MARKET Key Trends 11/14 winners either finished in the top 8 in League 2 the previous season or had played in League 1 the previous season LEAGUE 2 TOP GOALSCORER MARKET Key Trends There’s no real trend as regards League 2 top goalscorer. LEAGUE 2 RELEGATION MARKET Key Trends With only two teams going down there’s a trend that in six of the last eight seasons at least one of those teams relegated every season was one which had finished 17th-22nd in League 2 the previous season. FA CUP OUTRIGHT MARKET Key Trends 12/13 winners were Premier League teams 11/13 winners were Premier League teams that finished in the top four the previous season EFL CUP OUTRIGHT MARKET Key Trends 13/13 winners were Premier League teams 11 /13 winners were Premier League teams that finished in the top six the previous season My Private Subscription Services With the NFL kicking off soon (+9% ROI over last two seasons since I started) and the Premier League also hitting full stride you can take a FREE 30 day trial of my CALC SPORTIVE service. I use my own algorithms to generate selections on a range of sports and with a ROI of over 8% across all sports my models are proven and verified! If horse racing is your thing my SPEEDWISE VALUE BETS is returning over 100% ROI with a small sample size. Again there's a FREE 30 day trial available and again the selections are fully verified!
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Betting Trends For Outrights In Premier League, Championship, League 1, League 2, FA Cup, EFL Cup
PREMIER LEAGUE OUTRIGHT MARKETKey Trends 11/13 winners finished in the first three the previous season 9/13 winners scored more than 80 points the previous season 9/9 of the last reigning champions didn't successfully defend their title PREMIER LEAGUE TOP GOALSCORER MARKET Key Trends Last 12 winners: Henry 27 (Arsenal) Drogba 20 (Chelsea) Ronaldo 31 (Man Utd) Anelka 19 (Chelsea) Drogba 29 (Chelsea) Berbatov/Tevez 20 (Man Utd/Man City) Van Persie 30 (Arsenal) Van Persie 26 (Man Utd) Suarez 31 (Liverpool) Aguero 26 (Man City) Harry Kane 25 (Tottenham) Harry Kane 29 (Tottenham) Mo Salah 32 (Liverpool) Gives us these significant statistics to concentrate on: Average goals last 12 seasons = 26.08 Average goals last 5 seasons = 27.40 9/13 winners won scoring 26+ goals 12/13 winners were centre forwards/strikers 11/13 winners played for Chelsea, Man Utd, Man City, Arsenal and Tottenham 2/13 winners played for that season’s Champions PREMIER LEAGUE RELEGATION MARKET Key Trends Average goals per season of relegated teams: 2010/11 = 45.00 2011/12 = 44.67 2012/13 = 40.00 2013/14 = 33.33 2014/15 = 32.67 2015/16 = 36.67 2016/17 = 31.00 2017/18 = 31.33 There is a definite trend over this period that the relegated teams have gone down scoring fewer and fewer goals per season. That means an emphasis on scoring goals is paramount. CHAMPIONSHIP OUTRIGHT MARKET Key Trends 11/14 winners previous season finishing position was either a top seven finish in the Championship or were relegated from the Premier League 9/14 winners of the Championship won having scored on average 2 or more goals per match, meaning an emphasis on scoring/attacking football CHAMPIONSHIP TOP GOALSCORER MARKET Key Trends 11/14 Top Scorers played for a club that went on to finish 7th or higher that season 6/7 of the last 6 winners scored 25+ goals to win it CHAMPIONSHIP RELEGATION MARKET Key Trends There’s a massively strong trend in the last eight seasons when it comes to relegation and it is this: 17/24 relegated teams either finished 16th to 21st in the Championship the previous season OR were promoted from League 1 the previous season LEAGUE 1 OUTRIGHT MARKET Key Trends 12/14 winners either played in the Championship the season before or finished between 10th – 13th in League 1 the season before LEAGUE 1 TOP GOALSCORER MARKET Key Trends 6/8 last eight winners played for a team that went on to finish in the top four of League 1 that season LEAGUE 1 RELEGATION MARKET Key Trends There’s no real trend as regards League 1 relegation. LEAGUE 2 OUTRIGHT MARKET Key Trends 11/14 winners either finished in the top 8 in League 2 the previous season or had played in League 1 the previous season LEAGUE 2 TOP GOALSCORER MARKET Key Trends There’s no real trend as regards League 2 top goalscorer. LEAGUE 2 RELEGATION MARKET Key Trends With only two teams going down there’s a trend that in six of the last eight seasons at least one of those teams relegated every season was one which had finished 17th-22nd in League 2 the previous season. FA CUP OUTRIGHT MARKET Key Trends 12/13 winners were Premier League teams 11/13 winners were Premier League teams that finished in the top four the previous season EFL CUP OUTRIGHT MARKET Key Trends 13/13 winners were Premier League teams 11 /13 winners were Premier League teams that finished in the top six the previous season My Private Subscription Services With the NFL kicking off soon (+9% ROI over last two seasons since I started) and the Premier League also hitting full stride you can take a FREE 30 day trial of my CALC SPORTIVE service. I use my own algorithms to generate selections on a range of sports and with a ROI of over 8% across all sports my models are proven and verified! If horse racing is your thing my SPEEDWISE VALUE BETS is returning over 100% ROI with a small sample size. Again there's a FREE 30 day trial available and again the selections are fully verified!
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betcatalystupdated
Betting Trends For Outrights In Premier League, Championship, League 1, League 2, FA Cup, EFL Cup
PREMIER LEAGUE OUTRIGHT MARKETKey Trends 11/13 winners finished in the first three the previous season 9/13 winners scored more than 80 points the previous season 9/9 of the last reigning champions didn't successfully defend their title PREMIER LEAGUE TOP GOALSCORER MARKET Key Trends Last 12 winners: Henry 27 (Arsenal) Drogba 20 (Chelsea) Ronaldo 31 (Man Utd) Anelka 19 (Chelsea) Drogba 29 (Chelsea) Berbatov/Tevez 20 (Man Utd/Man City) Van Persie 30 (Arsenal) Van Persie 26 (Man Utd) Suarez 31 (Liverpool) Aguero 26 (Man City) Harry Kane 25 (Tottenham) Harry Kane 29 (Tottenham) Mo Salah 32 (Liverpool) Gives us these significant statistics to concentrate on: Average goals last 12 seasons = 26.08 Average goals last 5 seasons = 27.40 9/13 winners won scoring 26+ goals 12/13 winners were centre forwards/strikers 11/13 winners played for Chelsea, Man Utd, Man City, Arsenal and Tottenham 2/13 winners played for that season’s Champions PREMIER LEAGUE RELEGATION MARKET Key Trends Average goals per season of relegated teams: 2010/11 = 45.00 2011/12 = 44.67 2012/13 = 40.00 2013/14 = 33.33 2014/15 = 32.67 2015/16 = 36.67 2016/17 = 31.00 2017/18 = 31.33 There is a definite trend over this period that the relegated teams have gone down scoring fewer and fewer goals per season. That means an emphasis on scoring goals is paramount. CHAMPIONSHIP OUTRIGHT MARKET Key Trends 11/14 winners previous season finishing position was either a top seven finish in the Championship or were relegated from the Premier League 9/14 winners of the Championship won having scored on average 2 or more goals per match, meaning an emphasis on scoring/attacking football CHAMPIONSHIP TOP GOALSCORER MARKET Key Trends 11/14 Top Scorers played for a club that went on to finish 7th or higher that season 6/7 of the last 6 winners scored 25+ goals to win it CHAMPIONSHIP RELEGATION MARKET Key Trends There’s a massively strong trend in the last eight seasons when it comes to relegation and it is this: 17/24 relegated teams either finished 16th to 21st in the Championship the previous season OR were promoted from League 1 the previous season LEAGUE 1 OUTRIGHT MARKET Key Trends 12/14 winners either played in the Championship the season before or finished between 10th – 13th in League 1 the season before LEAGUE 1 TOP GOALSCORER MARKET Key Trends 6/8 last eight winners played for a team that went on to finish in the top four of League 1 that season LEAGUE 1 RELEGATION MARKET Key Trends There’s no real trend as regards League 1 relegation. LEAGUE 2 OUTRIGHT MARKET Key Trends 11/14 winners either finished in the top 8 in League 2 the previous season or had played in League 1 the previous season LEAGUE 2 TOP GOALSCORER MARKET Key Trends There’s no real trend as regards League 2 top goalscorer. LEAGUE 2 RELEGATION MARKET Key Trends With only two teams going down there’s a trend that in six of the last eight seasons at least one of those teams relegated every season was one which had finished 17th-22nd in League 2 the previous season. FA CUP OUTRIGHT MARKET Key Trends 12/13 winners were Premier League teams 11/13 winners were Premier League teams that finished in the top four the previous season EFL CUP OUTRIGHT MARKET Key Trends 13/13 winners were Premier League teams 11 /13 winners were Premier League teams that finished in the top six the previous season My Private Subscription Services With the NFL kicking off soon (+9% ROI over last two seasons since I started) and the Premier League also hitting full stride you can take a FREE 30 day trial of my CALC SPORTIVE service. I use my own algorithms to generate selections on a range of sports and with a ROI of over 8% across all sports my models are proven and verified! If horse racing is your thing my SPEEDWISE VALUE BETS is returning over 100% ROI with a small sample size. Again there's a FREE 30 day trial available and again the selections are fully verified!
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