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Can The Sky Bet Super Boost Make You Rich? – Part 12

We’re back into the swing of things once again as club football returns after it’s late autumn break and it also means it is time to ask the question that we’re all dying to know the answer of – quite simply can the SkyBet Price Boost make you rich.

Well if we can build on the form of last week then we could be with in a shout. That is because we have a winner.
Now in fairness it was the most simple of trebles as SkyBet offered up this:

Chelsea to beat West Brom
Liverpool to beat Southampton
Manchester City to beat Huddersfield

The fact it was as good as a banker as it could possibly be was reflected in the 4/1 price given out but after the barren run I’ve had over the past month or so it feels good to be on the winning team once again.

So let’s have a look at what it has done in terms of the ongoing stats.

Price Boosts Bet On – 12
Money Placed – £60
Price Boosts Won – 3
Total Winnings – £52.50
Profit – Minus £7.50
Win Rate – 25%

After 12 weeks a quarter of the price boosts have resulted in victory but this means we are not turning a profit as yet, the losses have shrunk though after last week’s return but ideally we need two in a row to get back into the black. Basically it is the equivalent of putting five pounds in a no interest saving account, or maybe even a negative interest one.

The money’s there but at the same time we are not getting anything out of it. That said even if it just works as putting a five aside each week until the end of the season that would still be something in the region of £150, not a bad World Cup nest egg to play with but perhaps not as big as I hoped or expected.

Let’s have a look at the stats in terms of teams picked

Fixtures – 36
Correct Outcomes – 19
Correct Outcome Rate – 52.7%

Arsenal – 1
Burnley – 2
Chelsea – 5
Crystal Palace – 2
Everton – 1
Leeds – 2
Leicester – 2
Liverpool – 3
Manchester City – 3
Manchester United – 3
Newcastle – 1
Sheffield United – 1
Southampton – 2
Stoke – 1
Tottenham – 2
West Ham – 1
Watford – 2
Wolves – 2

Teams that have won

Arsenal – 1 (100%)
Chelsea – 3 (60%)
Everton – 1 (100%)
Leeds – 1 (50%)
Leicester – 1 (50%)
Liverpool – 2 (66%)
Manchester City – 3 (100%)
Manchester United – 2 (66%)
Sheffield United – 1 (100%)
Tottenham – 2 (100%)
West Ham – 1 (100%)
Wolves – 1 (50%)

Teams that have let me down

Burnley – 2
Chelsea – 2
Crystal Palace – 2
Leeds – 1
Leicester – 1
Liverpool – 1
Manchester United – 1
Newcastle – 1
Southampton – 2
Stoke – 1
Watford – 2
Wolves – 1

So in answer to your question. The SkyBet price boost cannot make me rich at the moment, we are just about break even. Until next week.

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