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Can The Sky Bet Super Boost Make You Rich? – Part 19

It is the start of a New Year so it is the first time in 2018 that we ask ourselves the question as to whether or not the SkyBet Price Boost can make you rich. If the run of form in 2017 was anything to go by then the answer to that was no it cannot. But let’s see if the final weekend of the year gave us something to cheer about.

The powers that be at SkyBet offered up this treble on Saturday

Chelsea to beat Stoke
Liverpool to beat Leicester
Watford to beat Swansea

The odds on offer were a not so generous 4/1, which meant I would have been due £25 in the coffers and with the bleak losing streak I have suffered as of late then any winnings would have been welcomed and I was just minutes away from doing so but for Swansea’s late dramatic turnaround at Vicarage Road.

As you know by now two out of three, simply will not do therefore it was another tick in the loss column, the run of defeats continue as we end the year on a low

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

Price Boosts Bet On – 19
Money Placed – £95
Price Boosts Won – 3
Total Winnings – £17.50
Profit – Minus £77.50
Win Rate – 15.78%

Things are looking bleak, I can only have three more losses without having to reinvest. To be honest I am going to give myself a week or so off, so no boosting until the weekend of January 13th when I will chuck another five pounds into the pot.

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

Fixtures – 57
Correct Outcomes – 31
Correct Outcome Rate – 53.70%

Teams Picked

Arsenal – 2
Aston Villa – 1
Burnley – 2
Chelsea – 8
Crystal Palace – 2
Everton – 2
Leeds – 2
Leicester – 3
Liverpool – 5
Manchester City – 4
Manchester United – 5
Newcastle – 1
Sheffield United – 1
Southampton – 2
Stoke – 1
Tottenham – 5
West Ham – 2
Watford – 5
Wolves – 4

Teams that have won

Arsenal – 2 (100%)
Chelsea – 6 (75%)
Everton – 1 (50%)
Leeds – 1 (50%)
Leicester – 2 (66%)
Liverpool – 4 (80%)
Manchester City – 4 (100%)
Manchester United – 3 (60%)
Sheffield United – 1 (100%)
Tottenham – 3 (60%)
West Ham – 1 (50%)
Watford 1 – (20%)
Wolves – 2 (50%)

Teams that have let me down

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

So the answer to your question. No the SkyBet Price Boost cannot make you rich especially if Watford are involved.

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