It didn’t turnout to be the best of weeks for the WhoScored writers, with most finding profits hard to come by.
The decline in fortunes for their Championship predictions continued, with just 3 correct results from 14 matches, since the last update. A loss of -3.86 points for the correct results and -11.0 points for the correct results mean that overall they’re now showing a combined loss of -19.31 points.
Leagues One & Two
The League One predictions manage to keep their head just above water with a loss of -0.53 points for last week’s mid-week matches, but a profit of +2.49 for the weekend games. Overall they showing a combined profit of +2.38 points.
The slump continues with their League Two predictions. The +30 points profit showing at the start of the month now sees a long time ago. A combined loss of -7.34 points in mid-week was followed by a further loss of -10.41 points at the weekend.
Overall they’re now showing a loss of -3.85 points.
Things also took a turn for the worse up in Scotland. A loss of -0.85 points on the week, for the correct results and -7.0 for the correct scores, see their overall profit drop to 3.31 points.
There was also little cheer in Spain where they made a profit of +1.88 points for the correct results, but a loss of -4.0 points for the correct results, taking the overall deficit to -16.52 points.
The only real bright spark came from Germany, where Daniel Busch managed 5 correct results and 2 correct scores from the 9 matches played. A profit of +2.06 for the results and +8.0 for the results, see the overall loss reduced to -56.6 points.
Over in Italy they were correct with 50% of the games and got the score spot on in 1 of the matches. A small loss of -1.6 points for the results and -2.0 points for the scores, saw their overall profit reduced to 15.37 points.