Maximum excitement on player goal minutes

TOMORROW’S early kick-off features two teams experiencing contrasting fortunes.

Steve McClaren would have been hoping for a better start to his Newcastle managerial career, but all that will be forgotten if he can pick up three points at Manchester United.

The Red Devils, on the other hand, are three from three and look like they might be about to hit top gear.

For those of you looking for a market to keep you interested for the full 90 minutes then don’t miss out on player goal minutes.

Sporting Index assign a number of goal minutes to each player and spread bettors can either buy or sell that figure.

Wayne Rooney is yet to find the net this season and his goal minutes has been set at 22-25.

If you fancy him to continue his drought you would sell at 22, while if you expect him to break his duck you would buy at 25.

The England striker scored a brace in this fixture last term with goals in the 23rd and 36th minutes.

If he was to repeat that exactly tomorrow his make-up would be 59 resulting in a 34 point profit for buyers and a 37 point loss for sellers.

A late goal is what buyers are dreaming of in this market and it’s interesting that the last three games between these clubs have seen a goal in the 87th minute or later.

Losses can exceed your initial deposit. Prices subject to fluctuation.