After the good run of recent form shown by the WhoScored predictions, the mid-week games came as somewhat a disappointment.
They were correct in their results prediction for half the ten games, but apart from the draw between WBA and Newcastle, they were all pretty short odds, so a loss of -1.77 points was recorded.
They didn’t manage the correct score in any of the matches given an additional loss of -10 points and a combined loss of -11.77 points, bringing their overall profit down to 14.98 points, since I started monitoring their results.
Monday saw the last of the weekends game’s being played and WhoScored probably thought they were on for a correct result, as the game headed into injury time, with their tip Brentford leading 2-0.
Then in the 93rd minute QPR grabbed what looked to be a consolation goal and it looked like the 2-1 away win prediction was going to land the bet. But then in the 94th minute QPR scored the equalising goal and both the correct result and score predictions fell by the wayside.
There was just 2 mid-week games played in the Championship, of which WhoScored got the correct score in 1. Combined they made a loss of -4.15 points, which brings their overall profit down to +54.94 points.
As I mentioned earlier in the week, as from this weekend I’ll start monitoring the WhoScored predictions in some of the other major European leagues. Updates on them may not be as frequent as the English leagues, but I’ll try and brings things up-to-date as often as possible.