|A bit of a mixed week with
all the bookings index bets winning (again) but some of the 'time of the first goal' bets
went heavily against us (West Ham in particular). Everton let us down for once by only
managing a 1-1 draw at home against Sheffield Wednesday and Fulham again cost us money by
winning 3-1 at home against Port Vale (the first time Fulham have scored more than 2 goals
in a league game since September!). Some good results later in the week helped produce an
overall potential profit for the week of �874 which means that the total potential profit
for the season is now �20,296 (an average of over �800 profit per week).
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