Another disappointing weekend for the WhoScored Premier League predictions. They managed 5 correct results from the 9 games played so far (Everton v Swansea to come tonight), but all matches were odds on, so a loss 0f -1.76 points was incurred.
They didn’t get the correct score in any of the games, so a combined loss of -10.76 points, means they’re no making an overall loss of -4.08 points since I started monitoring their selections.
Results wise things weren’t any better in the Championship matches, with the correct result in just 25% of the 12 games. However they came up with the correct score in 2 of the 3 games, which in the words of Meat Loaf, ain’t bad.
A loss of -5.76 points on the correct results, but a profit of 4.0 points for the correct scores, meant a combined loss of -1.76 points, bringing their overall profit down to +53.9 points for Championship games.
In the German Bundesliga they got 3 correct results from the 9 matches, with the correct score of 2-1 between Borussia Dortmund and Hoffenheim.
-3.10 points for the correct results and -0.5 points for the correct scores means they’ve now made a combined overall loss of -29.34 points since I started to monitor their predictions at the start of the month.
There were no correct scores and just 3 correct results from the 8 games played in Spain over the weekend. A combined loss of -10.38 sees their overall loss increase to -18.4 points.
It was a similar picture in France, with 4 wins from the 10 games played and no correct scores. The combined loss of -12.38 sees their overall loss increase to -26.25 points.
The best performance of the weekend went to Jacopo Piotto, their Italian writer, who got the correct result in half of the 10 games and was spot on with the 2-1 away win for SPAL over Benevento. A profit of +2.71 points for the results and a wiped face for the correct scores, reduced the overall loss to -2.29 points, since I started monitoring.