Tweeted stats for week ending 17th May

Great week for the tweeted stats with 6/7 winning. The League Two playoff was a winner but don’t have the odds for that.




Monaco were a very big price for under 2.5 and you would expect more goals at this time of the season but luckily not in the games selected. The full results can be seen here and the last weeks results are below.


DateTweetOddsScoreResultP/LCum P/L
11-5Under 2.5 Today - Karlsruher SC (h) 11/15 + SV Darmstadt 98 (a) 12/15 = 23/30 (77%) - implied odds of 1.301.590-1Win0.590.59
13-5BTTS + win Today - Trabzonspor (h) 9/15 + Bursaspor (a) 5/15 = 14/30 (47%) - implied odds of 2.1401-0Lost00.59
14-5Under 2.5 Today - Southend (h) 21/23 + Stevenage (a) 14/23 = 35/46 (76%) - implied odds of 1.3101-1Win00.59
16-5BTTS Today - Varese (h) 15/20 + Pescara (a) 15/20 = 30/40 (75%) - implied odds of 1.3302-1Win00.59
16-5Under 2.5 Today - Monaco (h) 19/23 + Metz (a) 13/18 = 32/41 (77%) - implied odds of 1.292.012-0Win1.011.6
16-5Under 2.5 Today - Virtus Entella (h) 15/20 + Latina (a) 16/20 = 31/40 (78%) - implied odds of 1.291.672-0Win0.672.27
17-5Under 2.5 Today - Torino (h) 13/17 + Chievo (a) 14/17 = 27/34 (79%) - implied odds of 1.261.772-0Win0.773.04




Europa League round up

On 15th February there were recommendations for the Europa League outrights which were


Villarreal @ 20/1 with Tote, VC, Fred and BF Sportsbook (2pts)

Sevilla @ 19/1 with Bwin (1pt)

Sporting Lisbon @ 33/1 with VC and Coral (1pt)

Athletic Bilbao @ 28/1 with BF Sportsbook and Ladbrokes (1/2pt)

Totttenham @ 16/1 with most (1/2pt) – Coral have them at 20/1 but no-one else is close to that


The draw was a bit of a pain as Sevilla getting Villarreal scuppered those big bets.

Altogether there was a 5pt outlay and if Sevilla go on to win that would be a 14pt profit. Sevilla are big favourites to lift the trophy so it makes sense to probably cover any possible losses here. Bet Victor offer 3.75 on Dnipro to lift the trophy (apparently Boyle’s are offering 4.2 but I can’t believe that or that anyone would be able to get any money on at that price). A simple 2 point bet on Dnipro at 3.75 guarantees no loss.




If Sevilla win the tournament then it’s a 13pt profit and if Dnipro do then it’s an 0.5pt profit and a bit of disappointment.

Dnipro @ 3.75 with Bet Victor (2pts)

Tweeted stats for week ending 10th May

A small profit on the week. Will track these until the end of May and then do a summary.


DateTweetOddsScoreResultP/LCum P/L
9-5Over 2.5 Today - Bursaspor (h) 10/14 + Kardemir Karabukspor (a) 10/14 = 20/28 (71%) - implied odds of 1.401.567-1Win0.560.56
9-5BTTS + win Today - Bursaspor (h) 6/14 + Kardemir Karabukspor (a) 7/14 = 13/28 (46%) - implied odds of 2.1507-1Win00.56
10-5Under 2.5 Today - RC Lens (h) 12/17 + Montpellier (a) 14/17 = 26/34 (76%) - implied odds of 1.311.790-1Win0.791.35
10-5Over 2.5 Today - PSV Eindhoven (h) 13/16 + Heracles Almelo (a) 13/16 = 26/32 (81%) - implied odds of 1.231.262-0Lost-10.35

Tweeted stats for week ending 3rd May

Not a good week for the stats as they lost 2 points on under bets. As the season nears the end there are more goals as games mean less, but these are still in profit to the average prices recorded at


DateTweetOddsScoreResultP/LCum P/L
29-4Win HT/FT Today - Real Madrid (h) 16/21 + Almeria (a) 10/17 = 26/38 (68%) - implied odds of 1.4803-0Win00
1-5Under 2.5 Today - Sochaux (h) 13/17 + Niort (a) 13/17 = 26/34 (76%) - implied odds of 1.311.682-3Lost-1-1
3-5BTTS Today - SK Sturm Graz (h) 11/15 + Rapid Vienna (a) 11/14 = 22/29 (76%) - implied odds of 1.3202-2Win0-1
3-5Under 2.5 Today - Modena (h) 15/19 + Carpi (a) 15/19 = 30/38 (79%) - implied odds of 1.271.561-2Lost-1-2
3-5Under 2.5 Today - U. de G. (h) 14/16 + Veracruz (a) 10/15 = 24/31 (77%) - implied odds of 1.3001-2Lost0-2
3-5Under 2.5 Today - FK Amkar Perm (h) 8/12 + Lokomotiv Moscow (a) 11/13 = 19/25 (76%) - implied odds of 1.3201-1Win0-2

Can Manchester United win the Premier League next season?

Manchester United have been much improve this year under new manager Louis Van Gaal and currently sit in the Champions League places with just a few matches left to play. The Red Devils have played some exquisite football in the second half of the campaign, and recent went on a six match winning run – beating the likes of Liverpool, Tottenham and Manchester City. We take a look at this United squad and give our thoughts on whether they can compete for the title next season or if Van Gaal needs one more years before they can regain their crown.



They have performed well in the big games this year


On the whole, United have been excellent in the key matches this season. They have beaten Liverpool twice and also picked up wins against Manchester City and Arsenal. Furthermore, they earned an impressive draw against Chelsea earlier in the campaign and recently, they were narrowly beaten by the Blues despite many predicting that Van Gaal’s side would pick up all three points. If the Red Devils can continue to pick up victories over their rivals next year, then they will stand a great chance of winning their 14th Premier League title.




They will be active in the transfer market


United must invest heavily in the summer transfer window if they are to challenge for silverware next season. Despite a much improved year, there are still obvious problems in the squad and it would be no surprise to see Van Gaal bring three or four players in over the summer. At the very least, the Red Devils need a commanding central defender, a box-to-box midfielder and a clinical striker. If United can lure the likes of Memphis Depay, Mats Hummels and Ilkay Gundogan to Old Trafford, they will be very difficult to beat next year.




Louis Van Gaal is eyeing up a title before he retires


The Dutchman has two years remaining on his contract at Old Trafford and has already revealed that he intends to win the Premier League title with the club. United are more than capable of challenging for the league, and Van Gaal has adapted quickly to the Premier League’s style. The 63-year-old has started to build a strong team at Old Trafford, and it would be foolish to think that United won’t be major challengers next season. With a couple of incoming transfers, the Red Devils will push Chelsea for their crown.



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