Tuesday, 27 September 2011
Are City value in Munich?
Manchester City are finally becoming the force that the owners have been paying for. The addition of Aguero, the inspired form of Dzeko and David Silva, plus the possibility of Mario Balotelli becoming a human, has had the whole Tevez debacle quietly on the sidelines. Tonight though, with Balotelli suspended, Tevez may well find himself between rock and hard place. He's a great player and I'll be sorry to see him leave the Prem but, if you want to leave in January, Carlos, get on the field and give people a reason to bid for you!
I am a huge fan of the Bundesliga. It's not dominated by two or three sides each season, it's great for goals and the fans always create a great atmosphere. Bayern have had a great start to their season but, as the manager admits, this will be their toughest test yet. Strong across the park, Bayern will only be missing Robben and he may well make an appearance at some point. City though will only be missing Balotelli, (I use the word "missing" lightly) and are sure to go with one thing in mind - Do not lose.
Bayern's price has come in this morning from 2's down to 1.8, at time of writing. For me, this price represents a good lay opportunity with cover in the Correct Score market. Alternatively, with Bayern shortening, the Draw and City prices also offer value. It should be a very good game to watch.
Very good trade last night. Took a while for the right amount of money to hit the market but it was okay when KO rolled around. 2-0 after 30 minutes was enough for me to leave it to run, final score 4-0.
No draw lays today, despite some decent games, there is nothing I would be happy to invest in. - LATE QUALIFIER Lyon v Dinamo Zagreb
Whatever you trade, stay green.