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em: 02 de Junho de 2008, 09:09
As the saying goes, there's more than one way to skin a cat, and that's certainly applicable when it comes to making a profit on Euro 2008. While it's very nice to back winning selections, it's not the only way punters will be making money when the competition gets going. Thanks to betting exchanges, in particular betfair, there is a chance to back teams on the premise that their odds are likely to go shorter. When this happens, there is then the option to close out for a profit, irrespective of whether your pick goes on to win the whole thing.

With this in mind, Portugal look like an interesting proposition at 9.0 on betfair right now, especially if you expect Scolari's men to top Group A. By doing so, they are likely to play Croatia and Poland in the quarter finals and their price is likely to contract as a result. They take on Turkey in the first game and a convincing win should see an immediate drop in odds.

Similarly, the Netherlands are currently trading at 14.5 to win Euro 2008 on betfair due to the fact that Italy and France feature in their group (as well as Romania). While qualification from the section could still mean facing the well-fancied Spain in the quarter final, effectively removing one of the favourites from the competition will them shorten in odds, while if they were to make it to the last four, you could guarantee a decent return whatever happens. Backing to lay does require discipline, however, especially if your team is going well.

There's also the laying option for those wanting to take on a particular team. Naturally, this requires a bigger pot of funds, although many are going after Germany, considering some pretty ordinary results leading up to the tournament. Laying Joachim Low's men at 5.2 on betfair could yield some decent dividends if they fail to beat Poland in the opening game, especially if Croatia beat Austria and go into the group driving seat.


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