|The final week of the
Premiership demonstrated the danger in betting against teams who have a major incentive to
win. Liverpool's 4-0 away win at Charlton was one of our worst results of the season and
Chelsea's away win at Man City didn't help either.The two sendings off at St. James's park
reduced the deficit but overall the final week of the season showed a loss of £114. This
means that the total potential profit for the 2000/2001 season came to £10,245 (an
average of over £310 profit per week). To see a profit and loss summary for the entire
season click here.
To view the ratings on which these bets were
based please click here
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