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The game will be preceded by a special exhibition clash between Latchford's Lions, featuring Bob Latchford, and Ian Snodin's Snarlers at 6.
In an instant that high-level blundering scuppered my sure-fire bet - six hundred snarlers gone through sheer bad luck.
You might have a fleeting fancy for a couple of 'rags' and are prepared to chuck away a couple of snarlers on each, but pounds 4 a throw makes it money more likely to stay in the pocket.
67 on the Dutchman, and pounds 40 on the tie-man will set you back 90 snarlers but you are guaranteed a return of pounds 100 no matter what happens.
It's the dwarfish coward in the white baseball cap dancing around Robbie Savage like a lobotomised chimp, the coins and phlegm that rained down on the dug-outs, the pot-bellied snarlers in Burberry, the scarf-faced youths surging across abandoned seats, the barking Alsatians, the drawn truncheons, the coppers taken to hospital and the dozens of arrests after pitched battles which leave you with a nauseous feeling of deja vu.
Consider the sad case of St Helens punter David Jones, whose pounds 5 treble with Stanley Racing a fortnight ago on Everton (v Charlton), Manchester City (v United) and England (v All Blacks) should have netted him around 50 snarlers.
Oppose these players, recent history suggests, and wads of snarlers will be thine.
That's if you've got any snarlers left after betting on the mass of Rio Ferdinand specials framed to cash in on his acrimonious return to h-Elland Road.