WhoScored – Update 21

Premier League

It’s been a good festive period for theĀ WhoScored Premier League predictions. The weekend before Christmas they only managed 4 correct results from the 10 matches played, but of those 4 they correctly predicted the score in 3 of the games, giving them a combined profit of +16.4 points.

They’ve followed that up with 6 correct results from the 9 matches played so far since Christmas and guessed the correct score in 2 of those games, giving a further combined profit of +5.47 points.

Overall now, since I started monitoring their predictions, they’ve made a profit of +4.51 points for the correct results and +13.0 points for the correct scores, giving a combined profit of +17.51 points.

The Championship

Not such a good festive period for their Championship predictions. They got the correct result in half the matches played before Christmas and one correct score meant they pretty much broke even across all the matches.

They then took a bit of a beating on the Boxing Day games. They could only manage the correct result in 3 of the 12 games and no correct scores meant a combined loss of -18.5 points.

Overall now, since I started monitoring their predictions, they’ve made a loss of -9.65 points for the correct results and +45.0 points for the correct scores, giving a combined profit of +35.35 points.

La Liga

A small loss on the games played just before Christmas, with 4 correct results from the 10 games and just 1 correct score.

The combined loss of -2.68 points brings the overall loss to -21.08 points since the start of December, when I began monitoring their La Liga predictions.

Serie A

Their Italian writer Jacopo Piotto continued his improved form, with 6 correct results from the 10 games played in the run up to Christmas. 1 correct score from those matches ensured a combined profit of +5.66 points, which means he’s now showing an overall profit on all games since I started monitoring.

Ligue 1

There was still little joy to be had following their French Ligue 1 predictions. They correctly guessed the result in just half of the 10 matches and again could not find the correct score in any of the games.

A combined loss of -12.48 points now brings the overall loss to -38.73 points since I started monitoring at the beginning of the month.

Currently in their mid-season break there’s no more French Ligue 1 fixtures until 12th January.

Bundesliga

Also currently in a mid-season break with no fixtures until 12th January.

 

One thought on “WhoScored – Update 21”

  1. Last night it continued to be an excellent festive period for WhoScored with their Premier League predictions. They were correct that Arsenal would win 3-2 at Crystal Palace at odds of 22/1. Bringing their combined profit to +28.27 points for the post Christmas matches. A nice late Christmas present for anyone backing their selections.

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