Another mixed week with Everton again letting us down by failing to score at home against Arsenal and the Leeds 3-0 defeat of Sheffield Wednesday also cost us heavily. However we had one of our best results for a while when Leicester scored in the second minute against Liverpool which meant that overall we finished the week with a total profit of 334. This now means that the total potential profit for this season is 22,575 (an average of 684 profit per week).

A sell of the time of the first Man City goal against Birmingham at 51 minutes with Sporting Index (Soccer Spreads rating 36.5 - Makeup 40) for 13 per minute would have produced 143 profit.

A sell of the bookings index in the Chelsea / Liverpool game at 36 with IG Index (Soccer Spreads rating 24.9 - Makeup 10) for 7 per point would have produced 182 profit.

A sell of the total goals in the Chelsea / Liverpool game at 2.5 with Sporting Index (Soccer Spreads rating 1.98 - Makeup 2) for 140 per goal would have produced 70 profit.

A sell of the time of the first Everton goal against Arsenal at 52 minutes with IG Index (Soccer Spreads rating 35.3 - Makeup 90) for 14 per minute would have produced a loss of 532.

A buy of the time of the first Southampton goal against Leicester at 49 minutes with IG Index (Soccer Spreads rating 56.9 - Makeup 4) for 7 per minute would have produced a loss of 315.

A sell of the cross goals in the 10 Division One matches with at 175 with Sporting Index (Soccer Spreads rating 150.7 - Makeup 154) for 10 per point would have produced 210 profit.

A sell of the Tranmere mini performance against Grimsby at 17 with IG Index (Soccer Spreads rating 12.1 - Makeup 35) for 13 per point would have produced a loss of 234.

A sell of the W.B.A. mini performance against Q.P.R. at 17 with IG Index (Soccer Spreads rating 9.2 - Makeup 10) for 20 per point would have produced 140 profit.

A buy of the Swindon mini performance against Barnsley at 12 with IG Index (Soccer Spreads rating 17.6 - Makeup 10) for 15 per point would have produced a loss of 30.

A sell of the Leeds performance against Sheffield Wednesday at 51 with Spreadex (Soccer Spreads rating 37.8 - Makeup 107) for 9 per point would have produced a loss of 504.

A buy of the bookings index in the Middlesboro / Newcastle game at 34 with Sporting Index (Soccer Spreads rating 42.3 - Makeup 20) for 8 per point would have produced a loss of 112.

A sell of the time of the first West Ham goal against Arsenal at 68 minutes with William Hill Index (Soccer Spreads rating 42.3 - Makeup 40) for 14 per minute would have produced 392 profit.

A sell of the Leeds supremacy over Watford at 2.0 with Sporting Index (Soccer Spreads rating 1.34 - Makeup 2) for 180 per goal would have broken even.

A sell of the time of the first Leicester goal against Liverpool at 68 minutes with William Hill Index (Soccer Spreads rating 46.3 - Makeup 2) for 14 per minute would have produced 924 profit.

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