It was a case of one step forward two steps back for the WhoScored predictions over the weekend. A combined profit was made on their Championship predictions, but that was wiped out by a slightly bigger loss on their Premier League guesses.
No correct scores from the 10 matches played, but they did manage 7 correct results, which gave a profit of 2.80 points. Combined with the -10 points for the correct scores gave a loss of -7.2 points, bringing their overall profit, since I started monitoring the results, down to 9.21 points.
They kept up their good run of results on their correct score predictions in the Championship, being spot on with the one all draws between Norwich v Barnsley and Fulham v Derby. They were also correct in predicting Sunderland v Millwall would be a draw, but didn’t get the number of goals right in that one.
Overall they got the correct result in 5 of the 12 giving a profit of 3.35 points, giving them a combined profit of 5.35, including the correct scores, bringing their overall profit to 71.30 points.
There’s a full program of mid-week Championship matches and the Champions League is back, so I’ll report again on Thursday how they get on in those matches.