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Shortest odds on a match

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  1. Tufts back

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    With 20 minutes of the game remaining and winning 3-0 we the odds of wolves winning are a staggering 1/5000.
    I remember in first pl season we were 14/1 at Man U which was then massive ( not so sure now)
    Out of curiosity what's the least or greatest anyone has seen?
     
  2. we8wba

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    Shortest team to beat us I recall was manutd in 03 season at old trafford

    1/12 on, van nistleroy had scored ten previous our something ridiclous, sky was building it up to be biggest defeat in premier history given Blackburn and Charltons result

    I presume our biggest odds would been in same game

    I think our biggest odds to win in recent history was our win at Liverpool
     
  3. Jonzy54

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    They said when City scored their 5th last Saturday Newcastle went out to 5000/1 to win that game.
     
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    Not football, but I think England were 10000/1 to win the famous 81 Test at Headingley
     
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    On Saturday at 5-0 we were 1/25000 on William Hills. (In-Play Betting)
     
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    We were 28/1 at Old Trafford in 2003. Remember it well as someone I worked with thought it was a good bet!! Everyone else was predicting double figures. Oh Henri Camara...
     
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    Was there not shorter odds being given on the curiosity rover finding life on Mars than Wolves winning the Premiership when we were first promoted in 2003?
     
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    The saddest thing about that game at Old Trafford (incidentally a certain Cristiano Ronaldo's debut who Lee Naylor had in his pocket all night) was the fact we actually should of won and that's not even being bias.
     
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    You say that but had we took the lead we would have defended our 18 yard box and invariably lost to two poxy goals.

    It's how it works up there lol
     
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    Perhaps. Remember Paul Ince's crunching tackle on Roy Keane?
     
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    Bradford hit 500/1 in-play when they went 2-0 down to Chelsea in the cup last month.
     
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    it would be worth putting a quid on every time that happend

    how many 3, 4 goal comebacks have there been in footy matches.

    I remember loads over the years
     
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    Has there ever been a 5 goal comeback? I can only remember two 4 goal ones. Both involving Arsenal.
     
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    A long time ago, but.....



    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Charlton_Athletic_F.C._7%E2%80%936_Huddersfield_Town_A.F.C
    Charlton Athletic F.C. 7–6 Huddersfield Town A.F.C. was an association football match between Football League Second Division teams Charlton Athletic and Huddersfield Town that took place on 21 December 1957 at Charlton Athletic's home ground, The Valley. Charlton played most of the match with 10 men after their captain Derek Ufton was injured, and Huddersfield were leading 5–1 with just 27 minutes remaining. At that point, Johnny Summers began an extraordinary passage of play in which he scored four goals (he had already scored one in the first half) and assisted with two others to allow Charlton to win 7–6. Huddersfield become the first, and still the only, team to score six goals in a professional football match and still be on the losing side. A reporter at the time described the match as "amazing, incredible, fantastic".
     
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    Your pound would win you well your pound and no change
     
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    wolves 0 Leicester 3 half time ,
    wolves 4 leicester 3 full time
     
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    Was sure my seat was going to break that day I was jumping on it so much. Still enjoyed Kenny Miller's winner against Man U that season more though.
     

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