Week 12 – Backing Josh Wright’s Premier League Predictions

Has 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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Week 11 – Backing Josh Wright’s Premier League Predictions

Josh Wright provided the WhoScored predictions for just 4 of the matches this weekend and was only correct with the result in 1 of the games, with no correct scores. A combined loss of -£34.45 to £5 stakes on each of the results, plus correct scores, based upon bet365 odds.

His overall loss for the season now stands at -£142.35.

Ben McAleer predicted 4 of the remaining games and he’s currently showing an overall loss of -£72.00, while Martin Laurence previewed the other 2 games. He was spot on with his prediction that Chelsea would beat Crystal Palace 3-1 and his running total for the season now stands at +£91.55 to £5 stakes.

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Week 10 – Backing Josh Wright’s Premier League Predictions

Josh Wright continues to just about break even with his Premier League result predictions for WhoScored, but is still struggling to get any of the scores correct.

Josh predicted 5 of the 10 matches this week and was correct with the result in 3 of the games, but no correct scores mean a combined loss of -£25.85 to £5 stakes. His overall loss for the season now stands at -£107.90.

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Week 9 – Backing Josh Wright’s Premier League Predictions

It was not a good week for Josh Wright’s Premier League predictions for WhoScored.

Josh predicted 9 of the 10 matches with Ben McAleer doing his usual prediction of the Tottenham match. Of the 9 games Josh was right with just 4 and didn’t manage to get the correct score in any of the games.

A loss of -£17.05 to £5 stakes, mean he’s now only just breaking even for the correct results, but it’s the correct scores that are hurting him most, with just 3 correct from 46 predictions this season, he’s now showing a loss of £82.50.

The correct scores was a big plus for him last season, so hopefully he’ll land a big score soon to turn that side of things around.

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Week 8 – Backing Josh Wright’s Premier League Predictions

Josh Wright was back this week and previewed 4 of the weekend’s Premier League matches for WhoScored.

Josh was correct with the result in 3 of his predictions, but didn’t manage to find the correct score in any of the games. Backing each of the results for a £5 stake at bet363 odds, made a profit of £13.50, while the correct scores made a loss of £20.

Overall the correct scores are now showing a profit of +£17.50, while the correct scores are showing a loss of -£37.50.

I didn’t fair much better with the odds obtained on the bets, my current overall total now stands at -£16.64.

International break next weekend, so back, with the next update, in a couple of weeks.

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Week 7 – Backing Josh Wright’s Premier League Predictions

No WhoScored Premier League previews from Josh Wright again this weekend, looks like he’s been away, so in his absence, Ben and Martin have again been holding the fort.

They didn’t make too bad a job of it, with 3 correct scores between them. Martin was spot on with his 2-0 prediction for Wolves v Southampton, while Ben weighed in with Spurs 2-0 win at Huddersfield and 1-1 in the clash between Chelsea v Liverpool.

Look’s like Josh has been doing some of the Champions League previews, so I expect he’ll be back in Premier League action next weekend.

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Week 6 – Backing Josh Wright’s Premier League Predictions

Josh Wright failed to make the starting line up for this weekend’s WhoScored Premier League previews, so there’s no bets to report.

In Josh’s absence, the predictions were shared equally between Ben McAleer and Martin Laurence. Martin was spot on with his 1-1 prediction for the match between Fulham v Watford. See the table below for their full results.

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Week 5 – Backing Josh Wright’s Premier League Predictions

It was a weekend best forgotten as far as Josh Wright’s Premier League predictions went for WhoScored. The only saving grace was the fact he only did the previews for 7 of the matches, with Ben McAleer previewing the rest.

Of the 7, he was right with the result in 3 and again he didn’t get the correct score in any of the games.

Based upon £5 stakes be showed a loss of -£11.20 backing the results and -£35 backing the correct scores, which brings his overall total down to -£13.50.

Backing the predictions with Betfair, again made little difference, with just a marginal better return. My overall loss now standing at -£10.34. It’s not going to be until he fires in a few good priced correct score predictions that I expect to see a significant difference.

It’s the return of the Champions League this week, but I won’t be backing Josh’s predictions in those matches, as they didn’t fair so well for him last year.

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Week 4 – Backing Josh Wright’s Premier League Predictions

Just 3 of the 10 Premier League matches this weekend, were previewed on WhoScored by Josh wright. The others were predicted by Ben McAleer.

Of the 3, he was right with the result in 2, both of which were pretty low odds. He didn’t get the correct score in any of the games.

Based upon £5 stakes be showed a loss of -£1.60 backing the results and -£15 backing the correct scores, which brings his overall total down to £32.70.

Again I managed marginally better returns placing the bets with Betfair, with  my overall profit now standing at +£35.55.

With the international break there’re no Premier League matches next weekend, so next update will be in a couple of weeks time.

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Week 3 – Backing Josh Wright’s Premier League Predictions

Josh wright provided all of the WhoScored Premier League previews this week and he did pretty well with his predictions.

Of the 10 matches played he was right with the result in 6 of the games and spot on with 2. He correctly predicted Arsenal would beat West Ham 3-1 (bet365 odds 10/1) and that Chelsea would win 2-1 at Newcastle (8/1).

Based upon £5 stakes on each of the results and each of the correct score predictions he showed a profit of +£60.50 for the week and is now +£49.30 in profit overall this season.

I managed a slightly better return placing the bets via the Betfair Exchange, thanks mainly to getting better odds on the Arsenal v West Ham correct score. My profit for the week was +£63.36, bringing my overall profit, backing Josh’s selections, to +£51.75.

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