|With the world cup qualifiers
reducing the football programme to a handful of Division One games there was only one
spread betting opportunity this week. Unfortunately this did not go according to plan as
W.B.A. continued their recent good run by winning 2 -1 away at Sheffield Wednesday. This
resulted in a total loss for the week of £360 which reduces the total potential profit
for the season to £929 (an average of £465 profit per week).
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