Our best result of the season so far (buying the cross corners in the Port Vale / Crewe game) was quickly followed by one of our worst results since the Soccer Spreads system was developed (selling the bookings index in the Tottenham / Arsenal game). Nevertheless the potential profit for this week was still 929 which increases the total potential profit since the start of the season to 6,370.

A buy of the cross corners in the Port Vale / Crewe game at 23 with IG Index (Soccer Spreads rating 31.8 - Makeup 121) for 15 per point would have produced 1,470 profit.

A sell of the Coventry mini performance against Bradford at 32 with William Hill Index (Soccer Spreads rating 25.6 - Makeup 25) for 10 per point would have produced 70 profit.

A buy of the Leicester mini performance against Man United at 16 with William Hill Index (Soccer Spreads rating 23.5 - Makeup 0) for 11 per point would have produced a loss of 176.

A buy of the time of the first Sheffield Wednesday goal against Watford at 46 minutes with IG Index (Soccer Spreads rating 64.0 - Makeup 56) for 21 per minute would have produced 210 profit.

A sell of the Home / Away supremacy in the six Premiership matches at 4.4 goals with City Index (Soccer Spreads rating 2.27 - Makeup 3) for 210 per goal would have produced 294 profit.

A buy of the Everton mini performance against Newcastle at 18 with City Index (Soccer Spreads rating 29.0 - Makeup 20) for 20 per point would have produced 40 profit.

A sell of the bookings index in the Tottenham / Arsenal game at 61 with City Index (Soccer Spreads rating 50.3 - Makeup 150) for 11 per point would have produced a loss of 979.

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