Friday, 27 September 2019

MLB Regular Season Finale

There are now only three more days of the regular MLB season remaining, and once again, it has been a very profitable one. I'll update the final numbers next week, when the focus will be on the post-season.

The September Sweep System came up with another winner on Tuesday when the Washington Nationals swept the Philadelphia Phillies with the second win at -220 (1.45).  

The Houston Astros also won on Tuesday beating the Seattle Mariners at -480 (1.21) and another shorty won at the same price on Wednesday when the New York Mets defeated the Miami Marlins. Neither winner game up a run. 

In the NFL, things are going rather nicely too. After seven winners from seven selections on Sunday, the Philadelphia Eagles made it eight from eight for the Small Road 'Dogs System beating the Green Bay Packers last night. Another five likely selections from the remaining Week 4 matches, two of which are Divisional games.

The 2019 ROI is meaningless after so few matches, but an ROI of 7.5% over the past five seasons (plus the current one) should draw some attention.
The biggest favourites of the weekend are likely to be the Los Angeles Chargers (-16.5) who visit the Miami Dolphins who have lost their first three games by a total of 117 points. This is the shortest price the Chargers have ever been in an away game, and historically road teams against the spread are 16-11-1 when favoured by two touchdowns or more.

Currently eight games are in scope for the College Football equivalent, which currently boasts a 13-9-2 record. 

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