What a weekend it was – we’ve had two lots of the white stuff going everywhere, snow and milk, a goal-filled Super Sunday and landed a 13/2 winner on Saturday.
The BTTS 4fold came in to give us a 7.5pt return, following the midweek delight when the Mixed Multiple landed at 7/2, notching us a 7pt return.
So, the last three tips blogs have returned a profit of 8.5pts – better than getting a load of milk chucked over you, right?
Saturday’s BTTS landed fairly comfortably with no last-minute winners required, which made a nice change.
Despite the recent success – including the 11/2 BTTS 4fold landing the Saturday before to give us a 6.5pt return – Wolves still managed to leave a slightly bitter taste in the mouth.
Despite having 23 shots and a man advantage for the last half an hour after Lee Cattermole was sent off, the Championship pace-setters just couldn’t find a winner against a rejuvenated Sunderland at home, meaning we missed out on a winner in the Win 5fold.
As well as plenty of the white stuff causing havoc over the weekend, Saturday saw the return of the Over 2.5 goals acca to The 4-4-2 Betting System, and it was so close to being a victorious comeback at 9/1.
The League Two clash between Luton and Notts County let us down as it ended in a 1-1 draw meaning we missed out by just a solitary goal.
It was particularly disappointing as the Hatters tend to score six or seven on their day, but County were always going to be a tougher test.
On Tuesday and Wednesday we are treated to yet more midweek Premier League action as there is a full fixture list over the two days – so don’t forget to sort out those fantasy football teams in time.
As usual, I will also be bringing you a bonus blog on Tuesday, but won’t be going too crazy on the tips for that one as there isn’t a great deal to go on. But hopefully we can keep clawing some points back!
The Set Odds’ Betting System total profit/loss 2017/18 = -96.25pts
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