Top 3 Trading Moves of the Weekend 12/09/17

Top 3 Trading Moves of the Weekend – 12/09/17

Highlights

Portugal Primeira Liga
Porto vs Chaves (Saturday 8:30pm)

Porto were big favourites for this game but made hard work of Chaves. Porto scored early in the 2nd half but Chaves had 2 big chances after this which would have made beating the line very tough. It stayed 1-0 to Porto until 86 minutes so even 1 more goal would have seen a half win on Chaves but goals for Porto on 86 and 87 minutes turned it around and saw Porto beat the handicap

Actual Outcome:  3-0 (-2.25)
Fair Outcome: 2-1 (-2.25)

Germany Bundesliga 2
Holstein Kiel vs Kaiserslautern (Saturday 12:00pm)
Holstein Kiel were big favourites against Kaiserslautern and though they had the better of the game the home team looked to be struggling to beat the handicap given. The home side took the lead just before half time but Kaiserslautern equalised midway through the 2nd half with their only high quality chance of the game. It stayed this way until the 93rd minute with Kaiserslautern comfortable on the line but a stoppage time own goal by Vucur turned a win for those on the away team into a half loss.

Actual Outcome:  2-1 (-0.75)
Fair Outcome: 2-1 (-0.75)


 

Italy Serie A
Bologna vs Napoli (Sunday 7:45pm)

The 2.75 goal line was reasonably placed and dropped slightly possibly due to Napoli’s Champions League involvement in midweek.

Napoli dominated but struggled to make a lot of high quality chances and the game remained 1-0 until 83 minutes, when a quick fire double by Mertens and Zielinski took the game to overs, something that didn’t look likely for a long time. The Fair Score reflected this, with Napoli still comfortable enough to beat the Asian Handicap but those on Overs lucky to gain a half win.

Actual Outcome:  0-3 (+1.25)
Fair Outcome: 0-2 (+1.25)

 

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