no-lose

no-lose

(nō′lo͞oz′)
adj. Slang
Certain to end happily or successfully: "It is a no-lose situation: The hungry get the food, the donors get a tax deduction" (Los Angeles Times).
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Looking ahead to the clash, and going toe to toe with Jack Ross, Dawson said: "For us this is very much a no-lose situation.
I'm out to keep up Saturday's no-lose record with Derby at Hull at 8-5 with bet365 having won 4-0 there in the EFL Cup.
A GAMBLER who claims he was banned from Birmingham casinos after winning thousands of pounds has revealed his 'no-lose' roulette system.
Cook knew Wigan were in a no-lose situation as they took a night off from their primary objective of winning promotion back to the Championship.
The Hoops boss is almost in a no-lose situation with only his side's unbeaten record on the line but the valuable experience for some of his youngsters could be more important.
The pressure is from ourselves as individuals to go and win the game but we're in a bit of a no-lose situation because we can go and enjoy it but we'll enjoy it more if we get the right result.
BEVERLY HILLS -- For promoter Bob Arum, Timothy Bradley is in a no-lose situation in his third fight against Manny Pacquiao on April 9 at MGM Grand in Las Vegas.
"But I honestly think it's a no-lose situation for us as long as the terms of the agreement are clear - which they are."
Nicholas believes it's a no-lose situation for Lennon if he does go for it.
"At EeAu44 million it's a no-lose situation -- it's advertising.
IT says a lot about modern-day football that Carlos Tevez is in a no-lose situation.
Anyone who backed Valencia at odds against would have been able to establish a no-lose position on the match later by backing Real Madrid at odds against.