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Can The Sky Bet Super Boost Make You Rich? – Part 24

It is once again that time of the week (albeit slightly late) where we ask the ever ongoing question as to whether or not the SkyBet Price Boost can make you rich. We are entering the final quarter of the season now so it is make or break not only if we will turn a profit but whether or not we will even end the campaign with any money left in the account.

Anyway that financial panic is still some weeks away, so lets now take the opportunity to review what happened in last weekend’s tasty treble:

Liverpool to beat West Ham
Bournemouth to beat Newcastle
Middlesbrough to beat Sunderland

There was quite the North East vibe on this one and the powers that be at SkyBet were kind enough to offer up odds of 6/1 should it get over the line. Unfortunately though both Bournemouth and Middlesbrough let me down, the former needed a late equaliser to snatch a point the latter gave away two in the dying seconds. In a way I’m sort of glad that Bournemouth didn’t win as I would have been seething at Sunderland’s late leveler.

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

Price Boosts Bet On – 24
Money Placed – £120
Price Boosts Won – 4
Total Winnings – £27.50
Profit – Minus £92.50
Win Rate – 16.6%

Just one in six price boosts have been won this season,

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

Fixtures – 72
Correct Outcomes – 39
Correct Outcome Rate – 54.16%

Teams Picked

Arsenal – 3
Aston Villa – 1
Bournemouth – 2
Burnley – 2
Chelsea – 9
Crystal Palace – 2
Derby – 2
Everton – 3
Leeds – 2
Leicester – 4
Liverpool – 6
Manchester City – 4
Manchester United – 6
Middlesbrough – 1
Newcastle – 2
Sheffield United – 1
Southampton – 2
Stoke – 1
Tottenham – 5
West Ham – 3
Watford – 5
Wolves – 6

Teams that have won

Arsenal – 3 (100%)
Bournemouth – 1 (50%)
Derby – 1 (50%)
Chelsea – 6 (66%)
Everton – 2 (66%)
Leeds – 1 (50%)
Leicester – 3 (75%)
Liverpool – 5 (84%)
Manchester City – 4 (100%)
Manchester United – 4 (66%)
Sheffield United – 1 (100%)
Tottenham – 3 (60%)
West Ham – 1 (33%)
Watford 1 – (20%)
Wolves – 3 (50%)

Teams that have let me down

Aston Villa – 1
Bournemouth – 1
Burnley – 2
Chelsea – 3
Crystal Palace – 2
Derby – 1
Everton – 1
Leeds – 1
Leicester – 1
Liverpool – 1
Manchester United – 2
Middlesbrough – 1
Newcastle – 2
Southampton – 2
Stoke – 1
Tottenham – 2
Watford – 4
West Ham – 2
Wolves – 3

So in answer to your question the SkyBet Price Boost cannot make you rich and if we don’t get a win in the next four weeks then the project is shelved as the losses are certainly piling up.

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