Tuesday, 10 February 2015

Tuesday 10th February - Updates as they happen!

Sunderland v QPR: After 17 minutes QPR have made it 0-1. Could the punt pay off? Long way to go! Still goaless in the other matches with Liverpool v Spurs just having kicked off.

Arsenal v Leicester: 27 minutes gone and Laurent oscielny breaks the deadlock 1-0

Liverpool v Spurs: 15 minutes in and Liverpool have taken the lead through Lazar Markovic 1-0

Arsenal v Lecester: 41 minutes and Theo Walcott doubles the Gunners' lead 2-0

Liverpool v Spurs: 26 minutes and the bet has landed. That man Harry Kane continues his good form 1-1 (PROFIT: £100.01)

Sunderland v QPR: 45 minutes and Oh My God!! Bobby Zamora makes it 0-2

Arsenal v Leicester: The Foxes showing some fight and they've deservedly pulled one back through Andrej Kramaric after 61 minutes . 2-1

Liverpool v Spurs: Sturridge won the penalty and Gerrard converts it after 53 mins for 2-1

Hull v Aston Villa: I missed the 1st goal from my updates but suffice to say Dame N'Doye has made it 2-0 after 74 minutes.

Liverpool v Spurs: Mousa Dembele makes it 2-2 after 61 minutes. Will have to have another look at that. Didn't look like a free kick in first instance and then there were appeals for offside which I don't think it was.

And we have some Full time results!

Arsenal 2 -1 Leicester (PROFIT: £27.70)

Sunderland 0-2 QPR (PROFIT: £35.34)

Hull 2-0 Aston Villa (No Bet)

Liverpool v Spurs: It's a night of surprises!! Mario Balotelli scores! Yes you read it right. 83 minutes gone and we're at 3-2. I said there would be goals!

Last full time result.

Liverpool 3-2 Spurs (PROFIT: £100.01) backed Over 1.5 Goals

Tonights total profit: £163.05

Yearly Total: + £163.05

Tuesday 10th February 2015 Premier League Footy Action

So tonight we have some Premier League football action.

Arsenal v Leicester

Arsenal will be hoping to bounce back after their derby defeat against Spurs on Saturday whilst Leicester are regrouping after Nigel Pearson's bizarre altercation with James McArthur in their loss to Crystal Palace. Should be a comfortable home win for Arsenal.

My Tip: Back Arsenal @ 1.29 for £100 (Potential profit: £27.70)

Hull City v Aston Villa

After their respectable outings against the top 2 at the weekend both will be looking to secure valuable points in the battle to avoid relegation. This is too tight to call as either side could win depending on whether they are up for it.

My Tip: No Bet

Sunderland v QPR

After 11 consecutive away defeats in the league for QPR they have the added woes of Charlie Austin being injured tonight. Compound that with Sunderland's increased spring in their step since Jermain Defoe's arrival and it's not looking good.

Imogen Thomas - former conquest of Jermain Defoe

A change in manager can have a funny effect on a team so you just never know, though they may need to actually appoint a new one first! I think they will probably have to wait for the away win but I think it will come in the next few games so I'm going to have a cheeky punt and maybe do a Martingale system for their next few games.

My Tip: Back QPR @ 4.7 for £10 (Potential Profit: £35.34)

Liverpool v Tottenham

Both teams are coming off the back of mixed derby matches. Spurs had the elation of coming back from a goal down to beat Arsenal while Liverpool tried in vain to break the deadlock in a 0-0 stalemate at Everton. The two sides are still firmly in the hunt for Champions League places and have been in good form of late. Harry Kane is firing for Spurs while Liverpool are clicking as a team.

Harry Kane - Lifelong Spurs fan?

The reds will be without the injured Raheem Sterling tonight but pehaps more importantly Lucas Leiva is also out. The Brazilian is much maligned but that leaky Liverpool defence bcomes much less porous when he's in the team so I fancy Spurs to score tonight. Jordan Ibe was a revelation on Saturday and looks to be a much better player than Sterling in my opinion. Time will tell I suppose. I assume Daniel Sturridge will be starting tonight and fancy him to bag a goal too.

In all I think Liverpool will notch up a home win but really fancy goals here.

My Tip: Back Over 1.5 Goals @ 1.28 for £376 (Potential Profit: £100.01)

Good luck all and Happy Punting!

Is Ipas2 a scam?

My brother has been trying to "sell" me into his latest online money making system called Ipas2.

So I thought I'd do a little research on it myself and actually finding any relevant information was quite hard so thought I'd post my findings.

Firstly this is basically a pyramid selling system. There is no product so to speak other than the training programmes that teach you how to sell to other people to get into the Ipas system.

They offer a free 7 day trial. However the word "free" in the Ipas world actually means $7 very bizarre!

You also have to fill in the details to commit to a monthly fee of $47 after the free ($7) trial period. If you do not cancel in the correct manner within the seven days your card will be debited then every month there after.

From reading other peoples comments who have tried it at a deeper level it would seem that "members" are given the hard sell on firther products to fast track their earning potential and then are encouraged to spend more on "marketing" their pages.

So I guess if you're looking for something that rewards you for selling on to someone who only gets rewarded for selling on again then this may be for you.

Not my cup of tea though!

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