No correct scores in the last week of the season means that overall the WhoScored Premier League predictions finish with a loss. -5.9 points in the mid-week games was followed by -12.96 points on the last day, bringing the overall total down to -13.11 points.
I’ll be giving a full split of the results between Josh Wright and Ben McAleer when I do a summary after all the leagues have completed.
11.10 points profit from last week’s mid-week games took Graham Ruthven’s profit to +12.86 points and ensured he’d finish the season with a +ve balance. He then played the percentages on the last day with 4 one-all draw predictions from the final group of matches, one of which obliged with the correct score.
A combined loss of -2 points on the final day gave a final overall profit of +10.86 points, which is very commendable.
There was a small overall loss for Simon Harrison in the penultimate week of La Liga fixtures. A loss of -4 points from the mid-week matches was followed by a profit of + 1.28 points over the weekend.
Overall he’s showing a loss of -63.33 points, with one week to go.
Just 3 correct results and no correct scores, gave a combined loss of -11.87 points, which brings the overall loss to -90.87 points.
With 1 week of matches left to play can Jacopo Piotto avoid dropping below the -100 point barrier?