eurobasket 2013

08 Sep: Sweden vs Turkey

1st Round – Group D – Day 4
Bonifika Arena, Koper (SLO)
Saturday 8, 2013 – 09:00 PM CET
(CET is Central Europe Time)


Sweden (1-2) surprisingly  defeated Russia yesterday. As we find in EuroBasket 2013 official pages, this win was Sweden’s second in EuroBasket history, following their triumph over Russia 100-92 in 1993. So, I understand Sweden wins a match every 20 years. Waiting for Eurobasket 2033 games, tonight the Scandinavian team meets Turkey.

Turkey (0-3) already lost against Finland, Italy and Greece. The match with Seden is the last call for the Turkish team: win or die! I think Turkey will win with more than 7 points this match. I am confident they can cover the spread.

My bookmaker odds
Sweden (+7.5) @ 1.87
Turkey (-7.5) @ 1.87

My bet
Turkey (-7.5) @ 1.87
stake 3

V Green

Sweden– Turkey 74-87  + 2.61

Turkish pride

My September bets
N° Proofed Tips: 2
Results (W-D-L): 2-0-0
Staked: 7.00 units
Won : 13.41 units
Profit: +6.41 units


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