This weekend in the Premiership brings Liverpool FC Vs Manchester United FC playing at Anfield.  Alarm bells ring for this game.  Goals will be scored.  The bet trading technique explained in previous posts of the Trading and Investing blog at Let’s Compare Bets relies on goals.  Goals move the odds which allows the trading to profit from laying the draw.

Liverpool have not failed to score when they have played at home.  Man United have scored in all their games, that’s every one this year in the Premiership.   Both teams are equally matched.  This means that the odds should enough to ensure a profit who ever scored first, whenever they scored during the game.  Here’s some more .

Liverpool v Manchester United

Saturday, 15th October – Live on Sky Sports 2


Key Stats:   Liverpool v Man United
Goals For 2.0 2.7
Goals Against 1.0 0.7
Goals Total per match 1.0 2.4
Over 2.5 Goals 67% (2/3) 67% (2/3)
Time of First Goal 22 mins 15 mins


Stats View: Goals look likely. Both team are averaging 2 Goals per
 (though they have both thrashed Bolton this season – Liverpool
3-0 and United 5-0). And have been striking early in matches –
Liverpool’s First Goal times have been 12, 15 and 11 and United’s
13, 5 and 27. These derbies are usually tight affairs, although there
has only been 1 Draw in the last 20 meetings.

A bit of history: Five of last 6 meetings have produced Over 2.5
 – averaging 3.6 Goals per game.

Stats Picks:

  • Both teams to Score
  • First Goal – Before 30th Minute
The downs side to trading this match is that with both teams likely to scored it could end in a draw.  A solution to this problem is to trade out as soon as one team scores, which should be during the first 30 minutes.  Let’s face it, it doesn’t matter who scores, as long as there is a goal.
Quickly before this posts finishes Man City Vs Aston Villa is also a promising games.  Do your own research with this one.  Don’t forget to read the first draw swing trading email before you do.  Get the latest posts from Trading and Investing by subscribing using the link to the top right of the page.  Or bookmaker us (Control D).

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