A better week with only three losing bets however it was unfortunate that the game between Man City and Middlesborough produced no cards at all. Blackburn and Bolton both won at home on the Saturday and the Arsenal corner supremacy bet on the Sunday paid off nicely. Overall the week showed a profit of 440 which raises the total profit for the season so far to 1,231 (an average profit of over 120 per week). These potential bets are determined using the guidelines on the Weekly Reviews page.

A buy of the bookings index in the Portsmouth / Leicester game at 38 with sportsspread (Soccer Spreads rating 51.4 - Makeup 60) for 15 per point would have produced 330 profit.
 
A buy of the Blackburn mini performance against Tottenham at 25 with Cantor Sport (Soccer Spreads rating 29.8 - Makeup 30) for 12 per point would have produced 60 profit.
 
A buy of the Bolton win index against Everton at 13 with IG Index (Soccer Spreads rating 15.8 - Makeup 25) for 20 per point would have produced 240 profit.
 
A buy of the bookings index in the Charlton / Leeds game at 30 with IG Index (Soccer Spreads rating 36.8 - Makeup 30) for 8 per point would have broken even.
 
A buy of the Arsenal corner supremacy over Fulham at 3 with IG Index (Soccer Spreads rating 4.5 - Makeup 9) for 65 per corner would have produced 390 profit.
 
A sell of the bookings index in the Chelsea / Man United game at 44 with either Sporting Index or Cantor Sport (Soccer Spreads rating 36.0 - Makeup 50) for 10 per point would have produced a loss of 60.
 
A buy of the Birmingham win index against Liverpool at 7 (generally available, Soccer Spreads rating 9.7 - Makeup 0) for 20 per point would have produced a loss of 140.
 
A buy of the bookings index in the Man City / Middlesborough game at 38 with sportsspread (Soccer Spreads rating 46.4 - Makeup 0) for 10 per point would have produced a loss of 380.

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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 Excel spreadsheets which are sent to all members. 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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