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Man U v Bournemouth

 
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Jupiterhead



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Posted: Mon May 16, 2016 9:33 pm    Post subject: Man U v Bournemouth Reply with quote

Man U are Fav

Frawley

-L10 (Mercury) Controls House 7
-Moon Sextile L10 antiscion (Mercury)
-Moon Opp L4 antiscion (Jupiter) FINAL ASPECT
-Saturn Square L4 (Jupiter)

Tough cos both Lord 4 & 10 are the weaker Lords.

Is L10 controlling Cusp 7 the stronger testimony, or is the final Moon aspect to Lord 4 the stronger testimony?

I think Frawley would pick Man U because of the Mercury placement.

Lehman

-Jupiter in Virgo ruling 4th house (Pisces on 4th cusp): 2 Points for Home Team.
-Ruler of 7th cusp in 7th house: 1 Point for Home Team.
-Ruler of 4th in Term: 2 Points for Home Team.
-Scorpio Rising and Mars Retrograde: 3 Points for Home Team.
-Ruler of 4th Cusp sextile Asc: 4 Points for Home Team.
-Ruler of 4th Cusp conj MC: 4 Points for Home Team.
-Ruler of Asc square MC: 4 Points for Away Team.

Man U (home team) wins.
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GB



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Posted: Mon May 16, 2016 10:36 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I looked at this when the replay date and time were announced yesterday. All the indications are overwhelmingly in favour of Man Utd.

The only chance of a sensible odds bet is if Bournemouth can take an early lead.
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Posted: Tue May 17, 2016 9:19 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

We had two individual timed matches tonight: Hull v Derby and Man U v Bournemouth. Because of the longitude difference, even though they had different KO times, the charts were almost identical.

One ended a home win, the other an away win. However, Hull v Derby was the second leg, and Hull won on aggregate. In effect both matches were wins for the home team. As astrogooner pointed-out a few weeks ago: in a multi-leg match, it is the final qualification that matters (and is shown by the astrology), not the result of the second leg match.
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