Spread Bets Of The Month
Every month offers something different for the spread bettor -here at Sports Spread Betting, we keep a close eye on all the markets, so if there is some value to be had -then we will let you know...
November's here, so get a head start and check out markets on World Tennis Tour Finals, World Cup Golf later in the month and the on-going Premier League Golden Boot Race.
Here's this month's spread betting eye-catchers:
1. World Tennis Tour Finals (20 - 27 Nov) -Roger Federer
Spreadex have Federer at 22-25 for this end-of-season event at the 02 Arena in London. He showed great form last week in Paris and easily beat Tsonga and Berdych on his way to the title. Murray did his usual trick of beating himself and Djokovic pulled out to rest his injured shoulder. So at 22-25 Fed would have to reach the final for you to get into profit, but that looks nailed on considering this is his favourite surface and brings out the best in him. Get buying
2. Golf World Cup (24 - 27 Nov) Mission Hills Resort, Hainan Island, China
This is a real feast of golf, coming straight after the President's Cup. the defending champions are the Mollinari brothers from Italy and they could well score back to back victories in an event that has seen some unexpected winners over the years. The last six winners have all been European nations and it's difficult to look past Italy, Sweden, England and most of all the formidable pairing of McDowell and McIlroy for Ireland. The markets aren't up yet-so come back around the 21st for the full scoop!
3. Premier League Golden Boot (Aug-May) -Sergi Aguero (buy), Robin van Persie (sell)
The race is on once again for the Golden Boot for the top scorer in the Barclays Premier League. We've picked out two players in the Sporting Index list that deserve serious attention. We have neglected to include Wayne Rooney because he doesn't offer real value at the top of the tree. Instead we have picked out two players that could easily make you 12-15 points on the spreads:
Sergio Aguero 34 -37 (Buy at 37)
This guy is the real deal -he has been bought to replace Tevez (should he move abroad) and he is a more than adequate replacement, in fact we consider him to be better than his Argentine colleague.
He is our top pick and we think he has every chance of winning the Golden Boot. Has scored in the last couple of matches, but can explode from nowhere and reel off five goals in a couple of games.
Robin van Persie 39 - 42 (Sell at 39)
He has been on fire recently with goals flying in from everywhere, and whilst we wouldn't wish bad luck on anyone, the Dutchman's injury record speaks for itself. It can't be long before his groin goes or he twists his knee and then the likes of Aguero, Rooney and Ba will streak past him on the list.