Monday, 6 October 2014

Havana Good Run

Although there are still three bets still to be settled today, the outcomes won't make a significant change to the table so here are the standings up to Sunday.

The big winner of the weekend was Club Havana who, on recent form, threatens to run away with the title. The selection of Hamilton Academical to win at Celtic at 11.2 was the big play for him, and after 70 bets he is +28.19 points with an ROI of 40.86%.

Former second placed Fairfranco made another 4.44 points, but dropped a place because Trend to end made 8.66 points. Fairfranco will make another 0.91 points tonight if Brest win, but it won't be enough for second place.

The four Bundeslayga selections came up with three more winners, and with two non-winning Home Favourites in the 1.3x range, made for another profitable weekend.

Football Investor climbed the most places (14) into sixth place with 8 winners from 9 selections and 10.83 point gain.

The Duke brothers had different fortunes, with Randolph +5.02 falling one place to 4th, while Mortimer dropped 13.45 points and fell fifteen places and into the red.

Betcast also fell into the red, losing 7.28 points, as did Over Goalify who split his two over selections for the weekend, and the short-prices meant an overall loss, and TFA Euro Draws who lost 2 points.

The XX Draws almost dropped into the red. Illustrating how fickle backing the draw can be, these had 6 winners from 12 last week, followed this week by six selections and not a single winner, yet every game was Under which at least meant the XX Unders did well for the second week in a row.

Here are the entries up by ten points or more, and apologies to Draw Picks who misses the cut by 0.01 points!

Draw Picks, Drawmaster, and TFA Draws all made profits this weekend, and the five Draw Entries overall are up 13.06 points on the season from 221 bets. Here are the profitable entries from 0.01 to 9.99:
Skeeve is sitting on zero still, and in the red zone, but not by too much, we have:
Down by more than ten points, we have:
The final two actually made a profit this weekend, and overall the combined entries are up by more than a 3% ROI - a toal of 62.78 points. @ValueBankFooty's four-fold accumulator went down without a single winner, but he found a few Away wins.

No top league games next weekend, but still some opportunities in the lower leagues. As always, let me know if I appear to have messed up anyone's numbers.

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