About a third of the Malaysian Open field still have half their first round to play after storm delays postponed the action, and two guys - both sitting on -3 around the turn - get my attention at big prices on Betfair.
Jeev Milkha singh (65.0) and Pablo Larrazabal (70.0) have endured inconsistent seasons so far but both posted top 25s last week in the warm up to the event. Singh finished T11 here in Malaysia last year while Pablo has two top thirties in his two visits to Kuala Lumpur. The rain will soften up the course and that can only suit the latter who is prone to some errant driving and both players are capable of going low when the putter is hot. Larrazabal has been tweeting positively once more about making plenty of birdies.
Trading plan: (to be traded on the Betfair Exchange
I'm recommending placing 2 units on each at 65.0 and 70.0 respectively with a view to laying back your full 4 unit outlay if either player hits 11.0. Trade fully after round 3 or early in round 4 if player continues to be a factor.
If you're new to trading and would like to get involved, read my article here on back to lay trading. Be aware that this strategy should be used only as a guide and there's also a possibility that this event will be cut to 54 holes so tread carefully.