A large number of spread bets this week eventually produced a reasonable profit but we could have done without the Roy Keane sending off at St. James park (which cost us 35 points as Cole was booked in the same incident) and it was disappointing that Chelsea managed to score three times against Wimbledon in the last eleven minutes. Some excellent results on the total number of goals in the Premiership and Division One matches together with a good result on the cross corners market in the Arsenal v Liverpool game meant that the potential profit for the week came to 1,353. This brings the total potential profit for this season to 17,539 (an average of nearly 800 profit per week).

A sell of the Chelsea supremacy against Wimbledon at 1.4 with City Index (Soccer Spreads rating 0.78 - Makeup 2) for 170 per goal would have produced  a loss of 102.

A sell of the bookings index in the Chelsea / Wimbledon game at 28 with IG Index (Soccer Spreads rating 10.9 - Makeup 20) for 14 per point would have produced 112 profit.

A sell of the bookings index in the Coventry / Sunderland game at 34 with Sporting Index (Soccer Spreads rating 23.2 - Makeup 40) for 10 per point would have produced a loss of 60.

A sell of the bookings index in the Newcastle / Man United game at 32 with either IG Index or Sporting Index (Soccer Spreads rating 10.6 - Makeup 75) for 14 per point would have produced a loss of 602.

A sell of the bookings index in the Sheffield Wednesday / Southampton game at 26 with either IG Index or City Index (Soccer Spreads rating 17.0 - Makeup 10) for 8 per point would have produced 128 profit.

A sell of the bookings index in the West Ham / Bradford game at 26 with either IG Index or Sporting Index (Soccer Spreads rating 15.4 - Makeup 20) for 10 per point would have produced 60 profit.

A sell of the time of the first Everton goal against Derby at 44 minutes with IG Index (Soccer Spreads rating 35.4 - Makeup 25) for 8 per minute would have produced a 152 profit.

A sell of the time of the first Tottenham goal against Leeds at 63 minutes with William Hill Index (Soccer Spreads rating 54.9 - Makeup 90) for 7 per minute would have produced a loss of 189.

A sell of the time of the first Newcastle goal against Manchester United at 52 minutes with William Hill Index (Soccer Spreads rating 41.6 - Makeup 26) for 9 per minute would have produced 234 profit.

A buy of the time of the first Sheffield Wednesday goal against Southampton at 49 minutes with William Hill Index (Soccer Spreads rating 60.3 - Makeup 90) for 10 per minute would have produced 410 profit.

A buy of the time of the first Southampton goal against Sheffield Wednesday at 56 minutes with IG Index (Soccer Spreads rating 67.1 - Makeup 26) for 10 per minute would have produced a loss of 300.

A buy of the total goals in the 8 Premiership matches at 21.5 with Sporting Index (Soccer Spreads rating 22.71 - Makeup 28) for 80 per goal would have produced 520 profit.

A buy of the Crystal Palace mini performance against Sheffield United at 20 with Sporting Index (Soccer Spreads rating 26.4 - Makeup 15) for 17 per point would have produced a loss of 85.

A sell of the total goals in the 11 Division One matches at 28 with either City Index or William Hill index (Soccer Spreads rating 26.86 - Makeup 22) for 90 per goal would have produced 540 profit.

A sell of the home/away supremacy in the 11 Division One matches at 8 with City Index (Soccer Spreads rating 6.72 - Makeup 6) for 95 per goal would have produced 190 profit.

A sell of the cross corners in the Arsenal / Liverpool game at 33 with IG Index (Soccer Spreads rating 25.1 - Makeup 9) for 15 per point would have produced 360 profit.

A sell of the Birmingham mini performance against Blackburn at 29 with City Index (Soccer Spreads rating 23.5 - Makeup 30) for 15 per point would have produced a loss of 15.

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