A disappointing weekend for the WhoScored Premier League predictions. They only managed 3 correct results from the 10 matches and no correct scores. That equates to a combined loss of -13.35 points, reducing their overall profit to just +5.63 points since I started monitoring their predictions.
It wasn’t the best of weekend’s either in the Championship. Of the 11 games played so far they only correctly guessed the result in 2, but of those they correctly predicted Derby would win 3-0 at Barnsley, which paid out at a lucrative 20/1.
So a loss of -6.0 points for the correct results and a profit of +10 points for the correct scores, gave a combined profit of +4.0 points, increasing their overall profit to +57.66 points.
Their European writers also found results hard to get right. Similar to last weekend they only managed 3 correct results from the 9 Bundesliga matches and no correct scores, gave a combined loss of -9.86 points bringing the overall loss to -21.16 points.
Things were better in La Liga with 6 correct results and 1 correct score from the 9 matches played so far this weekend. A profit of +3.04 points for the correct results and a loss of just -0.5 points for the correct results, meant a combined profit of +2.54 points, reducing the overall loss to -6.02 points.
Over in France they suffered further losses. They managed the correct result in half of the 10 matches, but that didn’t prevent them making a loss of -1.37 points and a combined loss of -11.37, which brings their overall loss to -13.87 points.
With 2 matches still to be played in the Italian Series A they’ve had 3 correct results from the 8 games played, but no correct scores so a combined loss of -7.41 points bringing the overall loss to -12.4 points.
In the 2 weeks I’ve been monitoring the European predictions from WhoScored it’s been the lack of correct score predictions that have been hurting their results.