A week which started well with Leeds losing 3-1at home to Newcastle and the away teams doing better than expected in the Premiership but this was completely undone by two big losses in the cross corners market on Sunday and Monday. This meant that we were left with an overall total profit for the week of 216 which raises the total potential profit for this season to 5,011 (an average of 313 profit per week).

A buy of the bookings index in the Watford / Fulham game at 30 with Sporting Index (Soccer Spreads rating 36.0 - Makeup 40) for 8 per point would have produced 80 profit.

A sell of the bookings index in the Leeds / Newcastle game at 35 with Spreadex (Soccer Spreads rating 27.2 - Makeup 30) for 9 per point would have produced 45 profit.

William Hill Index (Soccer Spreads rating 4.47 - Makeup 1) for 75 per goal would have produced 412 profit.

A buy of the Ipswich mini performance against Chelsea at 15 with City Index (Soccer Spreads rating 21.7 - Makeup 10) for 15 per point would have produced a loss of 75.

A sell of the Leeds mini performance against Newcastle at 33 with City Index (Soccer Spreads rating 26.9 - Makeup 10) for 14 per point would have produced 322 profit.

A sell of the Man United mini performance against Aston Villa at 36 with William Hill Index (Soccer Spreads rating 30.6 - Makeup 40) for 12 per point would have produced a loss of 48.

A sell of the cross corners in the Sunderland / Bradford game at 31 with IG Index (Soccer Spreads rating 24.0 - Makeup 56) for 13 per point would have produced a loss of 325.

A sell of the bookings index in the Charlton / West Ham game at 36 with either Spreadex or IG Index (Soccer Spreads rating 29.4 - Makeup 10) for 8 per point would have produced 208 profit.

A buy of the cross corners in the Charlton / West Ham game at 31 with IG Index (Soccer Spreads rating 37.7 - Makeup 0) for 13 per point would have produced a loss of 403.

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