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Last pre-season should've been a lesson to never bet on it again, but oh well...  :blush:


£5 Man Utd -1, Newcastle HT/FT, Stuttgart HT/FT, Chelsea, St.Etienne - 27/1

£1 4 folds (£5)

£1 trebles (£10)

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Daft £5 for outrights this season.


Burnley (to go down)








Red Bull Salzburg



Returns £19650.

I myself refuse to bet on us, so not commenting there. However I think Charlton and Doncaster will let you down.
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Is it possible to request a bet such as Newcastle to have the highest average possession over the course of the season?


:lol: I can't remember who we were playing but in one of Pardews horrendous run of defeats a couple of years ago, I rang PaddyPower to get a price on us having less than 40% possession. The traders said they wouldn't offer anything on that market.

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Odds on us vs Fulham are pretty good. 11/10 for the win and 9/4 for -1. Probably going to lump on both


I think Fulham will be good this season. Difficult one to bet on early doors.


How come?

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EDIT by JamesPA 20/07/16

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Dear Customer,


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I was over paid by them by £690. And now it's officially mine.  :cheesy: :lol:

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