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Can The Sky Bet Super Boost Make You Rich? – Part 15

It is once again time to ask the question as to whether or not the SkyBet Price Boost can make you rich. The past couple of weeks have seen me chuck money away and also bemoan the fact that my own Tottenham have cost me the best part of £70 as they have been the team that has coupon busted me on the two previous occasions.

Does that mean that lightning will strike thrice as they were placed in this tasty treble

Tottenham to beat Stoke
Aston Villa to beat Millwall
Wolves to beat Sunderland

The odds were only 4/1 which even if I won it would have meant that I was still slightly running at a loss but sods law once again prevails. Tottenham did their bit for the first time in three weeks but I was let down by a Championship double blank.

Both Aston Villa and Wolves could only manage goalless draws, I think they are called coupon busters from where I am from. Ultimately though 1 out of 3 is not enough and that means it was another loss

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

Price Boosts Bet On – 15
Money Placed – £75
Price Boosts Won – 3
Total Winnings – £37.50
Profit – Minus £37.50
Win Rate – 20%

So of the money I have placed this season, I am running at a 50% ROI deficit. So this is not a sustainable business model. I can place seven more bets without a winner before reinvestment, I hope this does not become a bleak midwinter.

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

Fixtures – 45
Correct Outcomes – 24
Correct Outcome Rate – 53.3%

Teams Picked

Arsenal – 1
Aston Villa – 1
Burnley – 2
Chelsea – 5
Crystal Palace – 2
Everton – 1
Leeds – 2
Leicester – 3
Liverpool – 4
Manchester City – 3
Manchester United – 4
Newcastle – 1
Sheffield United – 1
Southampton – 2
Stoke – 1
Tottenham – 5
West Ham – 1
Watford – 3
Wolves – 3

Teams that have won

Arsenal – 1 (100%)
Chelsea – 3 (60%)
Everton – 1 (100%)
Leeds – 1 (50%)
Leicester – 2 (66%)
Liverpool – 3 (75%)
Manchester City – 3 (100%)
Manchester United – 3 (75%)
Sheffield United – 1 (100%)
Tottenham – 3 (60%)
West Ham – 1 (100%)
Watford 1 – (33%)
Wolves – 1 (33%)

Teams that have let me down

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

So in answer to your question no the SkyBet Price boost can not make me rich, we really need a win or two and soon. Very soon

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