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).

A sell of the bookings index in the Man United / Liverpool game at 44 with any firm except William Hill index (Soccer Spreads rating 32.2 - Makeup 30) for 11 per point would have produced 154 profit.

A sell of the bookings index in the Newcastle / Chelsea game at 42 with either City, IG or Sporting Index (Soccer Spreads rating 25.9 - Makeup 0) for 15 per point would have produced 630 profit.

A buy of the time of the first Aston Villa goal against Bradford at 50 minutes with William Hill Index (Soccer Spreads rating 57.9 - Makeup 38) for 7 per minute would have produced a loss of 84.

A sell of the time of the first Newcastle goal against Chelsea at 50 minutes with IG Index (Soccer Spreads rating 41.0 - Makeup 90) for 8 per minute would have produced a loss of 320.

A buy of the time of the first Middlesborough goal against Southampton at 59 minutes with IG Index (Soccer Spreads rating 67.0 - Makeup 44) for 7 per minute would have produced a loss of 105.

A sell of the time of the first West Ham goal against Watford at 48 minutes with William Hill Index (Soccer Spreads rating 58.3 - Makeup 3) for 9 per minute would have produced a loss of 405.

A buy of the Everton mini performance against Sheffield Wednesday at 32 with Sporting Index (Soccer Spreads rating 37.5 - Makeup 15) for 13 per point would have produced a loss of 221.

A sell of the Fulham mini performance against Port Vale at 29 with IG Index (Soccer Spreads rating 23.9 - Makeup 45) for 13 per point would have produced a loss of 208.

A sell of the time of the first Leicester goal against Sunderland at 49 minutes with Sporting Index (Soccer Spreads rating 39.8 - Makeup 16) for 8 per minute would have produced 256 profit.

A sell of the bookings index in the Leeds / Coventry game at 44 with City Index (Soccer Spreads rating 32.8 - Makeup 0) for 10 per point would have produced 440 profit.

A sell of the time of the first Walsall goal against Charlton at 62 minutes with William Hill Index (Soccer Spreads rating 48.7 - Makeup 24) for 12 per minute would have produced 456 profit.

A sell of the total number of goals in the 10 Division One matches at 26 with Sporting Index (Soccer Spreads rating 24.67 - Makeup 26) for 105 per goal would have broken even.

A sell of the Nottingham Forest mini performance against Norwich at 38 with William Hill Index (Soccer Spreads rating 31.1 - Makeup 10) for 10 per point would have produced 280 profit.

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