A very good week with 19 potential bets and 12 winners. The best results were the total lack of cards in the Liverpool / Newcastle game and no cards for Newcastle when they played Arsenal at home. Yet again we fell 'foul' of Man United when they won 4-0 against Tottenham (perhaps Spurs had their eye on the quarter final against Chelsea this weekend) and Man City cost us 400 when they gained 11 more corners than Coventry at Maine Road. Overall the week showed a nice profit of 1,817 which raises the total potential profit for the season to 7,340 (an average of nearly 320 profit per week). These potential bets are determined using the guidelines on the Weekly Reviews page.

A sell of the Newcastle cards against Arsenal at 17 with Spreadex (Soccer Spreads rating 7.3 - Makeup 0) for 28 per point would have produced 476 profit.

A buy of the Newcastle corner supremacy over Arsenal at 1.0 with Cantor Sport (Soccer Spreads rating 3.0 - Makeup -3) for 95 per corner would have produced a loss of 380.

A sell of the bookings index in the Middlesboro / Leicester game at 44 with sportsspread (Soccer Spreads rating 35.4 - Makeup 60) for 10 per point would have produced a loss of 160.

A buy of the Charlton mini performance against Chelsea at 23 with sportsspread (Soccer Spreads rating 40.8 - Makeup 47) for 5 per point would have produced 120 profit.

A buy of the Southampton mini performance against Ipswich at 21 with sportsspread (Soccer Spreads rating 36.4 - Makeup 98) for 4 per point would have produced 308 profit.

A sell of the Wolves supremacy over Gillingham at 1.3 with IG Index (Soccer Spreads rating 0.87 - Makeup 2) for 140 per goal would have produced a loss of 98.

A sell of the Stockport mini performance against Sheffield United at 10 with Cantor Sport (Soccer Spreads rating 5.3 - Makeup -15) for 12 per point would have produced 300 profit.

A sell of the Man United supremacy over Derby at 1.4 with either Cantor Sport or Sporting Index (Soccer Spreads rating 0.55 - Makeup 0) for 230 per goal would have produced 322 profit.

A buy of the Man United corner supremacy over Derby at 2 with Cantor Sport (Soccer Spreads rating 3.8 - Makeup 6) for 85 per corner would have produced 340 profit.

A sell of the Man City corner supremacy over Coventry at 3 with Cantor Sport (Soccer Spreads rating 1.9 - Makeup 11) for 50 per corner would have produced a loss of 400.

A sell of the Coventry leading minutes against Man City at 17 with Sporting Index (Soccer Spreads rating 9.9 - Makeup 0) for 9 per minute would have produced 153 profit.

A sell of the Blackburn cards against Aston Villa at 19 with Spreadex (Soccer Spreads rating 12.9 - Makeup 10) for 23 per point would have produced 207 profit.

A sell of the Arsenal supremacy over Derby at 2 with sportspread (Soccer Spreads rating 1.49 - Makeup 1) for 140 per goal would have produced 140 profit.

A sell of the bookings index in the Sunderland / Bolton game at 38 with Sporting Index (Soccer Spreads rating 28.2 - Makeup 30) for 12 per point would have produced 96 profit.

A sell of the bookings index in the Liverpool / Newcastle game at 40 with Sporting Index (Soccer Spreads rating 22.4 - Makeup 0) for 16 per point would have produced 640 profit.

A sell of the Leeds supremacy over Ipswich at 1 with sportspread (Soccer Spreads rating 0.41 - Makeup 2) for 160 per goal would have produced a loss of 160.

A sell of the bookings index in the Leeds / Ipswich game at 34 with Cantor Sport (Soccer Spreads rating 26.0 - Makeup 40) for 10 per point would have produced a loss of 60.

A buy of the bookings index in the Man United / Tottenham game at 36 with Spreadex (Soccer Spreads rating 43.7 - Makeup 65) for 9 per point would have produced 261 profit.

A sell of the Man United mini performance against Tottenham at 36 with Cantor Sport (Soccer Spreads rating 30.7 - Makeup 60) for 12 per point would have produced a loss of 288.

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Please note that potential bets are only recorded if the difference between the Soccer Spreads rating and the best spread available is at least a quarter of the spread volatility (e.g. in order to bet on the total corners in a Premiership match the difference between the Soccer Spreads rating and the spread being offered must be at least 0.9). The bet size is determined by using the formula: (840 * Difference between the Soccer Spreads Rating and the spread) / (Volatility * Volatility). For a full explanation of how these bets are determined please see 'How to use Soccer Spreads' and the Weekly Reviews).



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