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Sentiment And Sports Spread Betting

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Hi all,

In August I 'bought' Wigan to get more than 37.5 points this season and this is looking more than good at the moment.

It led me to think about how to do well at sports spread betting using sentiment as a guide.

Sports are possibly even more sentiment driven than the money markets. Opinions on a team tend to overshoot and undershoot almost on a day-to-day basis.

I am pretty new to this (the example above the first I have placed) but has anyone applied bubble-psychology to sports betting? I'm thinking that the trick is to bet against sporting complacency (with some knowledge of the 'fundamentals' of course) and that this could be pretty profitable.

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Sentiment does play a part in sports betting.For instance,you will get better odds for England to win the World Cup if you bet in Germany than if you bet in England.(I think online betting will put a stop to this)

I don't like betting on England to lose,but you'll get better odds.

Back in May I saw that AC Milan were 2-1 to beat Liverpool in 90 minutes.I don't like to back against an English team,but I thought this looked worth a tenner.

At half-time,with AC Milan 3-0 up,I bought a bottle of champagne with my winnings.......

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