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Thread: Sunderland betting for next season.

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    Sunderland betting for next season.

    Sunderland are 14/1 to win the Fizzy next season.


    For those of you who don't understand betting.

    If you put 10 on them at 14/1 then you lose 10.

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    With any luck, they'll go straight back down.

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    What price are they for relegation, Pat?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ex_pat_magpie View Post
    Sunderland are 14/1 to win the Fizzy next season.


    For those of you who don't understand betting.

    If you put 10 on them at 14/1 then you lose 10.
    I don’t understand betting, and I STILL don’t�� thought it would have meant I would win 140.00��

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    Quote Originally Posted by tinostongue View Post
    I don’t understand betting, and I STILL don’t�� thought it would have meant I would win 140.00��
    Tino, you need to be educated in the way they do things at Muckemland. i.e. they aren't going to get promoted. That way you lose.

    Toptoon, they are 20/1 to win it on Bet365, 6/1 for promotion, and 7/1 for the drop.

    That 7/1 is the eighth lowest price. Food for thought.
    Last edited by ex_pat_magpie; 27-06-2022 at 07:22 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zippity View Post


    With any luck, they'll go straight back down.
    Would be good to see

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jammy89 View Post
    Would be good to see
    Yes it would be fun to see them bouncing between the 1st and the Fizzy for a few seasons.

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