A Different Trade with the Dutching Calculator

A different kind of trade to that which has gone before. Whilst the Lay the Draw seems to dominate most trading strategies there is much more to consider when looking for trading methods. One such strategy I’ve been interested in, virtually covers every possible eventuality. A good point in it’s favor is, it can be placed before the kick-off. Even to day previous if you want.

Once the bet had been placed you just forget about it until the game is over. Even take the wife shopping while the game is on. A little research is needed to find the matches to bet on but there are plenty of betting site which will have the necessary records we need. Basically we are looking for a home team which will start as favorite to win the match. Whether it’s odds-on or odds against doesn’t matter. We just want it to be the favorite.

Next we need to find our match on one of the exchanges. We are also looking for a match in which we can expect goals to be scored. The one score, above all, that we wish to avoid is 0 – 0. As only 3 to 4 percent of matches end with this score, it is a rarity to come up against one. First we want to back scores of 1 – 0, 2 – 0 and 3 – 0. The vast majority of matches will end with the home team scoring no more than three goals. Just check the records. Then we back both teams to score.

So we now need to Dutch our four selections. A Dutching Calculator can be found on the Internet. There is a second “fork” to this strategy. If you fancy a team to go to town and score a bundle of goals it is possible to exchange Both Teams to Score for Over three and a half goals. It all depends on your choice. However, I do recommend a certain amount of research be done before choosing a game. Especially when there is more than one match to choose from. I’ve been looking at Premier League games but this can be applied to any league, but the better the class of football the more consistent the results.

A word of warning. We are approaching the end of the season. Remember when WBA drew with Man.Utd. 5 – 5. Or Stoke putting 6 past Liverpool. It’s almost certain there’ll be something ridiculous yet again.

Don’t forget. If you can’t afford to lose it, don’t bet it.