|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).
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