Week 15 – Backing Josh Wright’s Premier League Predictions

Josh Wright did the previews for 8 of the  Premier League matches this weekend at WhoScored. He only managed the correct result in 3 of the games and wasn’t able to predict the correct score in any of those.

A loss of -£18.65 for the correct results and -£40.00 for the correct scores, mean he’s now down £99 overall, backing the results and correct scores to £5 stakes, based upon the bet365 odds available at the time I checked the previews.

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4 Homes Acca – 8/12/18

No acca bet last weekend, so the betting bank remains at -£120.00.

Selections for 8th December 2018

English Championship – Leeds to beat QPR
English League One – Luton to beat Fleetwood
English League Two – Colchester to beat Macclesfield
English League Two – Tranmere to beat Cambridge

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Week 14 – Backing Josh Wright’s Premier League Predictions

It was a week of 2 halves for Josh Wright’s  Premier League predictions at WhoScored.

At the weekend he only did the previews for 3 of the 10 matches and was spot on with Chelsea’s 2-0 win over Fulham, which helped him to a combined profit of £22.50, betting £5 on each of his result and correct score predictions.

He previewed half of the mid-week games and was correct with the result in 2 of the games, but was not able to predict the correct score in either match, so incurred a combined loss of £29.10, which overall brings his profit/loss to -£40.35 for the season, based upon bet365 odds, at the time I checked the previews.

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No Acca Bet 1/12/18

Getting closer to landing to landing the first acca bet of the season, with 4 out of the 5 games going the way of the home team on Tuesday evening.

Leeds survived a late penalty decision to beat Reading 1-0, Luton thumped Bradford 4-0 and Shrewsbury and MK Dons both won their matches 2-0. Exeter were the side to let the bet down, losing 1-0 to Macclesfield.

Betting bank now -£120.00

With it being FA Cup weekend for the League 1 and 2 teams there aren’t enough qualifying matches this weekend for a bet.

New Football Betting Service

Football Winner is a new service just launched and they’re running an early bird introductory offer. From now until Sunday 2nd December they’re offering a 1 year membership for £67 (£80.40 including VAT) compared with £14.95 for the monthly subscription.

Tips are provided as either win only or win doubles / trebles. They use a 100 point betting bank and advise bets as either 2.5 or 5 points. So you could say they use a 40 point betting bank and bet either 1 or 2 points.

Profit figures on their site are based upon £10 or £100 a point. So when they say you could turn £100 into £21,077.50, what they mean is betting that would have been the profit staking £100 a point, which would be bets of either £250 or £500, depending upon whether they’re 2.5 or 5 point bets.

A spreadsheet with a full breakdown of their results from 5th May, can be downloaded from their site. Selections are from the main European football leagues, as well as games in the USA MLS, China and International matches.

The service sounds interesting. I’ll be taking up the early bird offer and will be reporting on the blog how the service performs. For testing I’ll setup a £200 betting bank and will bet £5 or £10 stakes.

You can either check back on the blog, to see how they perform, or if you want to try the service for yourself, click here to join.

When you join they give you the option to also subscribe to an additional Premier League service for £37 for the year. I didn’t take up that option, as I’m already following Josh Wright’s Premier League selections, so I’ll just be reporting the results for the main service.

Week 13 – Backing Josh Wright’s Premier League Predictions

Josh Wright’s improved form continued, as he bounced back from the International break with another winning week for his Premier League predictions at WhoScored.

He predicted 6 of the 10 matches this week and of those he was correct with the result in 3 of the games and spot on with Arsenal’s 2-1 win at Bournemouth.

Those results helped him to a profit on the week of +£16.95 to £5 stakes and reduced his overall loss for the season to -£34.15.

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4 (5) Homes Acca – 27/11/18

Came close to landing the acca on Saturday, but alas Wigan couldn’t find the back of the net against Reading. Ironically they were the lowest odds to win out of the 4 matches.

Charlton beat Bristol Rovers 3-1, Wycombe saw off Shrewsbury 3-2 and Crawley cruised to victory against Crewe 3-0.

Betting bank now -£110.00

Selections for 27th November 2018

There are 5 qualifying matches from tonight’s games and they’re all fairly short odds, so rather than trying to filter out 1 of the matches (and no doubt picking the wrong one) I’ve backed all the games in a 5 fold acca.

English Championship – Leeds to beat Reading
English League One – Luton to beat Bradford
English League One – Shrewsbury to beat Plymouth
English League Two – MK Dons to beat Morecambe
English League Two – Exeter to beat Macclesfield

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4 Homes Acca – 24/11/18

For a brief moment it looked like the acca could be landed last weekend. Luton beat Plymouth 5-1 and Newport beat Colchester 2-0. In the other 2 games Wycombe were winning at Sunderland, but Sunderland pulled back level in the 85th minute.

With Exeter beating Northampton 2-1 at the time, another Sunderland goal would have landed the bet. A 90th minute goal was scored, but not by Sunderland. Instead it was Northampton getting an equaliser and thus ensuring we have to wait at least another week to land the first acca bet of the season.

Betting bank now -£100.00

Selections for 24th November 2018

English Championship – Wigan to beat Reading
English League One – Charlton to beat Bristol Rovers
English League One – Wycombe to beat Shrewsbury
English League Two – Crawley to beat Crewe

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4 Home Acca – 17/11/18

Last weekend the 2 FA Cup matches came up trumps and Norwich prevailed in a roller coaster match at Carrow Road, thanks to 2 injury time goals. However the damage was done in 11 second half minutes at Derby, where Aston Villa ran in 3 goals to upset the acca.

Betting bank now -£90.00

Selections for 17th November 2018

English League One – Luton to beat Plymouth
English League One – Sunderland to beat Wycombe
English League Two – Newport to beat Colchester
English League Two – Exeter to beat Northampton

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Week 12 – Backing Josh Wright’s Premier League Predictions

As we head into another International break, it was a vastly improved performance, this weekend, for Josh Wright’s Premier League predictions at WhoScored.

He predicted 5 of the 10 matches this week and of those he was correct with the result in 3 of the games and spot on with the scores in 2.

He correctly predicted Liverpool would beat Fulham 2-0 and that Man City would beat Man Utd 3-1. Those results helped him to a profit on the week of +£92.17 to £5 stakes and reduced his overall loss for the season to -£51.10.

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