The Set Odds’ 4-4-2 Betting System: Post-Weekend Review [Week 39]

Hello all,

It was a blue day on Sunday but unlike Southampton fans we were celebrating with Antonio Conte and co as Chelsea landed us 9/2 and 10/3 winners.

And I won another ante-post bet after picking out Sunderland for the Championship drop at 14/1 in pre-season. Their fate was confirmed this weekend.

Let’s start with Chelsea. I picked out Olivier Giroud to net first at 9/2, and he duly obliged with a beauty of an individual goal, and fortunately it came just after half-time.

Because I was also on Draw at HT, Chelsea at FT at 10/3, which came in thanks to Giroud’s opener and Alvaro Morata sealed the deal with eight minutes to go to make it 2-0.

I also managed a 6/4 winner from the Man United v Spurs game as Jose Mourinho’s men came back from a goal down to win 2-1 and clinch our United Draw No Bet selection.

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Aside from the two Big Match Previews, it was yet another case of what might have been for the accas as the 13/2 Mixed Multiple 4fold went down by just one goal.

Promotion-chasing Shrewsbury failed to win at home against already-relegated Bury, drawing 1-1, meaning the Shrews let us down for the second time in a week.

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Elsewhere, the BTTS 4fold missed out by three goals and just one of the Lucas Joao results came in, but the other three were score draws, meaning we missed out on a 248/1 winner by just three goals.

There’s Champions League, Europa League and EFL action this week so look out for a bonus column.

But first, Everton take on Newcastle in a we’re-on-the-beach clash at Goodison Park on Monday night and I fancy a FGS dabble on Cenk Tosun at 11/2. I’m sticking 1pt on with Bet365 (bet HERE).


The Set Odds’ Betting System profit/loss 2017/18 = +114.1pts


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The Set Odds’ 4-4-2 Betting System: Post-Weekend Review [Week 39]
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