Always a little cautious going in to the first week after the international break but it turned out pretty well - always nice to hit the first match of the weekend to take a little pressure off and that's just what we did.
Newcastle gave Chelsea a helping hand they didn't need with an own goal in the opening 10 minutes and we had 25 minutes to hold on when Tammy Abraham doubled the Blues lead in the second half. But the score stayed 0-2 and we pocketed a 15/2 winner.
The lesser spotted 3pm Saturday kick off saw us briefly hold our 1-1 scoreline for anyone cashing out or trading - but a Solly March winner for Brighton with over half an hour to play ended our interest.
We were so close to landing one of my most fancied bets of the weekend with Spurs beating Man City 2-0 - however if Aymeric Laporte's goal hadn't been ruled out by VAR for a handball then we may well have landed our 13/1 prediction of a 2-1 Spurs win.
Saturday ended how it begun with another win as Manchester United expectedly laboured their way to a win over a resilient West Brom. A second half Bruno Fernandes penalty was enough to claim three points for the Red Devils and a 13/2 win for us which guaranteed profit for the Game Week.
Sunday got off to an explosive start as a goal flurry at Craven Cottage brought up our 1-2 prediction with just 29 minutes on the clock and we were out 10 minutes before half time as Everton took a 3-1 lead - another good one for trader though who I know locked in profit inside 20 minutes.
I fancied a single goal West Ham win in this one and it was a toss of a coin as to playing 0-1 or 1-2 unfortunately that coin came down on the wrong side.
Bettors with Bet 365 would have got a refund on the bore draw offer as Leeds and Arsenal played out a 0-0 - our 1-2 never looking likely to come in to be fair - Arsenals goal troubles continue so one to look out for in the coming fixtures.
I expected more from Leicester and predicted a share of the spoils - however Liverpool brushed them aside and fair play to them for that - an impressive 3-0 home win was never on my radar.
Ohhh how frustrating! My most profitable scoreline of last season 1-0 to the Burnley would have taken me to my happy place again - but unfortunately I went against that given current form and played the Palace win. The early Chris Wood goal gave them plenty of time but Nick Pope was having none of it and chalked up another clean sheet.
Just as we thought the game week was going to Peter out - along came Wolves and Southampton to play out an entertaining 1-1 draw as we hoped and although the 5/1 odds are the skinniest we have seen this season - they were the only winning odds!
So all in all three correct scores a couple of close calls but a decent amount of profit.
Final weekend of the month on the horizon and I will be back on Friday to give you all 10 of my selections to cover every game from Friday, Saturday, Sunday and Monday.
10 units out
22 units returned
+12 units for the week
89 points out
130.25 points returned
+41.25 points for the season