|Number Of Bets||9|
|Return On Investment||46.30%|
|Highest Priced Winner||2.7|
|Lowest Priced Loser||2|
|Best Pick||Raith Rovers|
There’s another busy week ahead with lots of midweek action so this will be a quick breakdown. The figures speak for themselves with a 46%+ Return On Investment. March is off to a flyer and if it keeps at this pace will even out do February for Returns.
This is made all the more remarkable by the poor midweek results in the last two weeks. Everyone knows midweek games can be tricky but the last two Saturday’s have more than made up for them.
The Even Money Double won AGAIN and now has an 80% strike rate with an ROI of greater than 60%. That is beyond expectations and I have surprised myself with it so far. That’s the good news.
The bad news is I am off my nut giving this shit away for free and considering I don’t make any money from the stupid hours I put into this site, that will have to change. Sorry, but that’s a harsh reality.
The One That Got Away
This week was more a case of the ones I avoided and what a sweet feeling it is to watch your bets win and watch the coin flips you decided against fail to win. It doesn’t get any better.
I avoided Raith Rovers and Queens Park and they both drew 1-1. I avoided backing goals at Dundee and that finished 0-1.
I did miss out on a few goals bets from the lower divisions to be fair. A busy week of Scottish football and Irish football meant I ignored the goals bets for the past weekend. This week might have a similar feel.
The Week Ahead
Cheltenham! Paddy‘s Day! The Budget! The Darts! The Charlie Flynn fight! Is that not enough?
In terms of Scottish football it’s straight into the action on Tuesday with games from the Premiership, Championship, Leagues 1 and 2. On Wednesday there is the Scottish Cup replay between Inverness and Hibs and on Friday Falkirk host Rangers in the Championship.
Straight off the bat I will be backing St Johnstone to beat Ross County on Tuesday and Inverness to beat Hibs on Wednesday. I have been amazed to see the prices on both sides DRIFT since the finish of the league cup final.
Fill yer boots…