TOTTENHAM will fancy their chances up at Old Trafford on Sunday, as they cling on to their hopes of finishing in the top four.
Louis van Gaal is under serious pressure now and he’ll surely be placing emphasis on defence with United’s attack looking rather toothless. Sporting Index allow punters to bet on the time of the first match goal and it’s a really interesting, and unpredictable, market.
The traders have pitched its time at 31-34. If you were a seller at 31 you would need a goal to be scored before the 31st minute to make a profit. Buyers would make a profit if there were no goal or the first strike was after the 34th minute.
For example, a goal in the 70th minute would make up 70 and a profit of 36 times buyers’ stakes and a loss of 39 times sellers’ stakes.
The first Man United goal is pitched at 43-46 and could be worth buying. The Red Devils have scored just once before the 46th minute in their last three games.
Spurs first goal is trading at 55-58 and that could be worth selling. Harry Kane and Co. have scored before that time in five of their last six league matches.
Losses can exceed your initial deposit. Prices subject to fluctuation.