February Betting Review

February Betting Review
Number Of Bets 36
Winners 19
Losers 17
Total Investment 2330
Total Returns 2967.57
Return On Investment 27.36%
Highest Priced Winner 4.84

Singles

Number Of Bets 24
Winners 15
Losers 9
Total Investment 1820
Total Returns 2377.92
Return On Investment 30.65%

Doubles

Number Of Bets 7
Winners 4
Losers 3
Total Investment 470
Total Returns 589.65
Return On Investment 25.45%

Trebles +

Number Of Bets 5
Winners 0
Losers 5
Total Investment 40
Total Returns 0
Return On Investment -100.00%

February has been an excellent month and nearly cleared the losses of December entirely. It’s a great feeling when you look back over the month and see things going so well. Particularly when the singles stats are so promising.

Doubles did well this month and were it not for some really late goals on Saturday they would have performed exceptionally well. The Even Money Double has been the main source of returns and there is a rare midweek EMD this week.

Trebles, as we know, don’t pay and I am very glad I have chosen to utilise minimum stakes for those. They always go close which is why people still persist with them and while they will win now and again they once again prove to be a losing strategy.

The last week wasn’t exceptional with a small return but it was more than made up for across the month.


The Week Ahead

We have a very busy midweek with fourteen games across the four divisions on Tuesday and Wednesday. You can already see previews for three games;

Rangers v Raith Rovers Betting Preview

Hearts v Inverness Betting Preview

Kilmarnock v Ross County Betting Preview

Previews for Wednesday’s games will be released later today.

At the weekend it is Scottish Cup action and a lot of focus will be on Rangers v Dundee. I will tell you now that I will be having a pop on Dundee in some respect. They have opened at 5.5 (9/2) and that is way too high for me.

There is also the Lanarkshire Derby to look forward to in The Premiership and that could have a major bearing on both the top six and the relegation playoff position. There is also a full programme from League 1 and League 2 at the weekend.

Good luck this week.

 

About the author

Vincent Mulligan

Vincent is the originator of Scottish Football Tips. He has dragged the site kicking and screaming (him not the site) to become the leading tipster site for Scottish Football. Wherever you see the name 'Fitba Tips' you'll know he has left his mark. Not necessarily a good thing.

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