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Lay Denmark to come bottom of Group B (1.67)

 

Hmm.. We won last time over Portugal in qualifiers. So we could do it again. I would bet (hope) on Portugal for the bottom :crazy:

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Okay, so as some of you may know, my mother's side of the family is from Torino.

 

A buddy of mine asked a few weeks ago, "Hey, why haven't you said anything about Juve's incredible year?"

 

I said, "Unfortunately, I think that question answers itself."

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If it makes you feel better Mirezzi, I was thinking about you when I posted it.

 

flol.

 

After ten years of knowing you, think I'd neglect to consider that???

 

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I'm not a big gambler, I think I've probably put about £50 into my Ladbrokes account this year and I'm currently on £20. I sometimes bet if I'm going to a game on first scorer (and there's good value in the lower leagues because the big bookies don't follow it so well) but most of my bets are pretty sensible ones to keep my account ticking over.

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To be fair, £20 is a big bet to me. I've never gone any higher than £5. I like to spread my odds.

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