Inside the Index: April 11

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The first round of the Champions League quarter-finals came to a close yesterday with all the ties still in the balance.

European football continues today with the Europa League, and there is no shortage of talking points and market moves to discuss.

Let’s have a look at the dividend winners/

Wednesday 10th:

Media: Lionel Messi (2300) 2p

Star Player: Jordi Alba (201) 2p

Top Forward: David Neres (105) 5p

Top Midfielder: Frenkie de Jong (177) 5p

Top Defender: Jordi Alba (201) 5p

David Neres (£1.58) continues to deliver

Scoring against Juventus yesterday, the Brazilian continues to display his ability this season.

With Ajax still firmly in the tie against Juventus, and Neres continuing to impress, the winger has been popular amongst Traders.

Scott McTominay (£0.79) leaving a mark

Despite the 0-1 loss yesterday, there were a lot of positives for Manchester United to take away from the game.

Still in the tie, the main talking point was the standout performance of Scott McTominay. The midfielder impressed fans and Traders alike yesterday, and has seen a sharp rise since the birth of “McSauce”.

Talk around Ruben Neves (£1.27)

A stand-out performer for Wolves this season, Neves has acclimatised to the Premier League with ease.

Impressing in midfield consistently, the winter transfer window first saw speculation of a move for Neves in the near future, and the same can be said for the summer as rumours have already made the news in recent days.

Che Adams (£0.93) and Birmingham impact the Championship promotion battle

The Birmingham forward has been prolific this season and the main focal point as Birmingham look to secure safety after a point deduction.

Whatsmore, recent scalps against Leeds and Sheffield United have seen Adams and his team influence the race for 2nd in the Championship.

A good run of performances from Adams has also seen speculation about a move away from St Andrews also surface, so a lot to keep an eye on for Traders.

Jovic (£2.40) not certain to leave Frankfurt

Jovic has been in excellent goalscoring form all season for Frankfurt, which has subsequently seen the side on the brink of securing Champions League football next season.

A part of constant discussion surrounding a big summer move, linked to the likes of Barcelona, Jovic has been popular amongst Traders and keenly observed.

However, talk today has hinted that the striker could stay in Germany, fuelling uncertainty about where the striker will be at next season.

 

 

 

 

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