WITH English football’s new superstar Harry Kane due to play a part against Lithuania tonight, Sporting Index have priced up a number of specials around the Tottenham hitman.
Traders are predicting he will play for 77-80 minutes. If you expect him to play less than 77 then you would sell, and if you expect him to play more than 80 minutes, you would buy.
The time of his first goal is trading at 68-71. The 21-year-old has found the net 29 times this term and sellers at 68 would make a profit should he break his international duck before the 68th minute.
If he scored in the 47th minute, for example, the make-up would be 47 and sellers would make 21 times their stake. If he failed to hit the back of the net, the make-up would be 90, meaning sellers would lose 22 times their stake.
Kane has picked up only three yellows this campaign and spread bettors can wager on when he goes in the book – if at all. His player card minutes are quoted at 6-9 so sellers would need him to be cautioned before the 6th minute to turn a profit. Buyers would be hoping any misdemeanours occur after the 9th minute. Interestingly, red cards count as double minutes.