|Overall a disappointing week
which was rescued by a major win on the Man United / Arsenal game by selling the bookings
index. With the referees being told to show restraint when issuing cards a sell at 52 was
great value even in a game of such importance. Out of 10 Premiership matches over the
weekend only 14 yellow cards were issued (an average bookings index makeup of 14) so it
will be very interesting to see at what level the bookings index spreads are pitched next
week. Everton let us down (for once) by failing to score at Southampton and Charlton yet
again cost us money by winning 3-0 away at Norwich (the first time that Norwich had
conceded more than 2 goals at home this season). Nevertheless the potential profit for
this week came to £266 which raises the total potential profit for the season to £16,017
(an average of over £840 profit per week).
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