A busier week with six bets and four of them involving the two local derbies on Saturday and Sunday. Four out of the seven bets won and the controversial sending off of a West Ham player and the lack of cards in the Villa / Birmingham local derby on Sunday meant that overall the week showed a reasonable profit of 789. This raises the total profit for the season so far to 2,205 (an average profit of 105 per week). These potential bets are determined using the guidelines on the Weekly Reviews page. To see a complete profit and loss summary for the 2003 / 2004 season click here.

A buy of the Chelsea corner supremacy over Arsenal at 1.5 with Cantor Sport (Soccer Spreads rating 4 - Makeup 6) for 95 per corner would have produced 428 profit.
 
A buy of the Arsenal bookings supremacy over Chelsea at 4 with Sporting Index (Soccer Spreads rating 9.2 - Makeup minus 45) for 10 per point would have produced a loss of 410.
 
A buy of the Rotherham supremacy over Nottingham Forest at 0.4 with Sporting Index (Soccer Spreads rating 0.84 - Makeup 0) for 130 per goal would have produced a loss of 52.
 
A sell of the West Ham mini performance against Norwich at 18 with Sporting Index (Soccer Spreads rating 10.9 - Makeup 0) for 17 per point would have produced 306 profit.
 
A buy of the Aston Villa corner supremacy over Birmingham at 2.5 with IG Index (Soccer Spreads rating 3.8 - Makeup 2) for 55 per corner would have produced a loss of 28.
 
A sell of the bookings index in the Aston Villa / Birmingham game at 40 with Sporting Index (Soccer Spreads rating 25.3 - Makeup 10) for 15 per point would have produced 450 profit.
 
A sell of the Nottingham Forest win index against Gillingham at 14.5 with Sporting Index (Soccer Spreads rating 11.5 - Makeup 10) for 21 per point would have produced 95 profit.

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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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