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FA Cup Weekend

Time to take a slight pause for breath - after a fantastic midweek set of 5 games producing 2 winners - it's FA Cup weekend but we do have an EPL game as Aston Villa play catch up and host Newcastle tomorrow.

Fear not though as Tuesday sees the start of a full set of 10 midweek fixtures ahead of the usual compliment of weekend games - so another 21 fixtures to be crammed in between now and month end.

If you haven't tried the service before or even if you have, Tuesday may be a good time to take out a 1 week trial membership given the amount of games you will get for your money!

Here's an overview of how we are doing - as you can see on my stats page January continues to produce cracking results with 29 tips, 7 wins (24% strike rate), £850 profit based on £25 level stakes and a ROI of 117.2%.

As for the season as a whole:

185 tips

26 wins

14% strike rate

£1590 profit*

34.4% ROI

Hope you're enjoying the service and feel free to ask any questions. Here's hoping Villa do the business for us tomorrow!

Tips will be with you for the next midweek fixtures on Tuesday.


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The Season So Far

It’s FA Cup weekend which means the EPL takes a brief pause and therefore no correct score predictions from me.

We don’t have too long to wait however with three games on Tuesday, two on Wednesday and one on Thursday before we start another full round of games on Friday!

So it seems the perfect time just to recap the season so far.

We has our first losing month of the season In December recording a 1.5 unit loss (-2.6% ROI) but bounced back in some style with a pair of 8/1 winners in the first week of January, 9 units profit and 100% ROI.

I’ll be looking to pick up where I left off next week but until then here is the breakdown of the season so far:

📚 165 tips

✅ 21 wins

💥 13% Strike Rate

🏦 £965 profit*

📈 23.4% ROI

💷 9/1 average odds

*based on £25 stakes

Have a great weekend and back on Monday/Tuesday with selections for the midweek games.


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Review - Game Week 12

It's that crazy time of year where games come think and fast so a full midweek round of EPL fixtures with predictions up later tonight but first a quick review of another week of profit but once which could have been better. 

Friday night football got off to a flyer with an early pen for Leeds - missed, retaken and scored and with an equaliser for the Hammers it left over an hour of football which needed to be goalless to land our 1-1 - we came close as an 80th minute Ogbonna header found the top corner. 

We didn't have to wait long to claim a win though with the early kick off supplying not only a thousand cards but also a 10/1 - I say didn't have to wait long...we did in the game a 92nd minute penalty landing the 1-0 Villa away win.

Another very early goal set us up for a win in the Newcastle game but a Darnell Furlong equaliser mid way through the second half ended our 2-0 interest - although the Toon did go on to find a winner.

Another one for Bet 365 customers to pick up a refund as the Manchester derby produced a "bore draw" - a loss on my records though.

A surprise at Goodison as Everton kept out Chelsea and Gylfi Sigurdsson's first half penalty was enough to secure the win. 

A close call in the first Sunday game with goals either side of half time giving us a chance of landing out 2-0 scoreline - only for Nathan Redmond to pop up with a late third goal.

After Jeffrey Schlupp cancelled out Harry Kane's first half opener - we had 10 minutes for Spurs to find a winner for our 2-1 selection - we were so close as Eric Dier forced a fantastic save out of Guaita in the 93rd minute. 

Another surprise as Fulham held champions Liverpool to a 1-1 draw at the Cottage but Bobby Reid's goal for the home side ended our score interest inside half and hour. 

I've mentioned Arsenal's lack of goals a couple of times now but gave them the credit of finding a way on to the scoresheet at home to Burnley - they had enough chances but probably not enough men to respond and equalise Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang's own goal. 

Leicester steam rolled Brighton - ending the contest and our 2-1 scoreline all before halftime - an impressive 3-0 win for the James Maddison inspired home team.

Week 12

10 tips 

10 units out

11 units returned

+1 units for the week


118 tips

118 units out

162.75 units returned

+44.75 units for the season

37.9% ROI

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Review - Game Week 11

Back on track with a nice profitable week to get the month up and running in the best possible way. Heres a quick breakdown of how the games played out this week.

Our interest in the Saturday lunchtime kick off lasted all of 3 minutes as Robbie Brady put Burnley ahead and extinguished our 0-1 score prediction.

Annoyingly the 2-0 Man City win I predicted for them last week came in this week despite having over an hour to extend their lead - and let a Fulham goal in.

It looked like we were in with a shout of a nice winner as West Ham took the lead over Man United late in the first half, for the visitors to turn it around with two goals in 3 minutes just after the hour mark. Could the Hammers find an equaliser to land a 13/1 winner for us? Unfortunately not and the game was over as Bruno Fernandes scored a third on 78.

By bare scoreline it looked like we came close to a big winner as our 3-2 selection for Chelsea fell just a Leeds goal short and if Christian Pulisic had scored a few minutes earlier we may have got lucky - but it wasn't to be.

If anyone predicted a 5-1 away win for Crystal Palace at West Brom then please send me over the Euro Millions winning numbers - simply put one of those games we were never going to hit!

I've mentioned roller coaster and swings and roundabouts before and here we have some payback for the late loss last game week as Jamie Vardy popped up with 90th minute winner for both Leicester and us. At odds of 17/2 and with Aston Villas Friday night game with Newcastle postponed it meant we were guaranteed a minimum of 0.5 units profit.

I was hoping Arsenal's goal drought was over but the Gunners reverted back to "nil" and meant we missed our 2-1 selection in the North London Derby - at least Spurs done their part! Only 2 shots on target has to be a worry for Mikel Arteta and co and it's Burnley up next.

It looked like we were going to land another win as Liverpool took a 2-0 lead over Wolves but they kept their foot on the pedal and doubled that lead - Matip's header to make it 3-0 on 67 minutes was enough to end our interest.

It was left to the last game of the week which I must admit I was confident about - even tweeting as much - to put some decent profit on the board, but we were left to thank VAR (back on that rollercoaster again!) as a Danny Ings penalty secured a 2-1 away win and pocketed us a very welcome 11/1 winner.

Game Week 12 predictions will be posted on Friday lunchtime ahead of the weekends action which starts with Leeds hosting West Ham on Friday night.

Week 11

9 tips 

9 units out

21.5 units returned

+12.5 units for the week


108 tips

108 units out

151.75 units returned

+43.75 units for the season

40.5% ROI

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Review - Game Week 10

A disappointing end to the month which in all has been very good but week 10 unfortunately saw us draw a blank.

Crystal Palace and Newcastle kept us hanging on in hope we could get off to a winning start being goalless until the 88th minute but the goal went the wrong way and put us out of our misery - the Toon added a second to secure the three points in a predictably low scoring game.

I went large with a 3-2 Liverpool win in the early Saturday kick off and on the face of the 1-1 final score I was miles off - but when you take in to account Brighton missed an early penalty and angry Jurgen's side had two goals ruled out only by VAR - so on another day - or in another season we could have had a big priced winner.

Annoyingly I nearly went for a repeat of last seasons 5-0 win for Man City over Burnley - but giving their issues with scoring so far this season I toned it down to just 2-0 - which was marked down as a loss by half time.

Another game I had marked down as a goal fest ended with a 1-0 away win for Leeds - an open game with plenty of chances as expected but just that one goal unfortunately and it came too late to ignite a flurry.

I'm not quite sure how we didn't land the 1-1 draw as West Brom grabbed a vital 3 points in their relegation battle with the Blades - well actually I do - a man of the match performance from keeper Sam Johnstone.

Oh the heartbreak! This is the perfect example of correct score betting agony! A 2-2 prediction at 12/1 the game entering injury time - a needless free kick given away to Manchester United....we all knew what was coming. A 92nd minute kick in the teeth that's what! A game where I'm sure many cashed out or traders amongst greened your screens unfortunately goes down as a loss here.

Bore draw refunds for those of you betting with 365 as a Stamford Bridge stalemate never really looked like being anything other than a Jose masterclass - I needed an early-ish goal, it never came, 0-0.

I expected Wolves to beat Arsenal - I didn't expect the home side to score. A lapse in the Old Gold concentration straight after scoring cost us here - Arsenal never looked like scoring again after that moment and I don't think the visitors would have chased a second goal - but that's the way it goes and we went from a winning scoreline to a losing one in 3 minutes.

On to Monday nights action and a surprise at the King Power in one of those results I got totally wrong. Fulham impressed me with arguably their best performance of the season and when you're on a win to nil as we were you're always living on the edge - well for the 30 minutes it took Scott Parker's side to take the lead and kill our 3-0 prediction.

An eventful game to end the game week and one in which again I went for a win to nil - right result this time but a Jack Grealish goal on 25 minutes ensured we will leave this week empty handed.

A big welcome to the new subscribers - a reminder that all my predictions are posted on Friday lunchtime ahead of the weekends action and will arrive in one email. Week 11 once again sees the 10 fixtures spread over four days and starts with Villa taking on Newcastle on Friday night.

Week 10

10 tips 

10 units out

0 units returned

-10 units for the week


99 tips

99 points out

130.25 points returned

+31.25 points for the season

31.57% ROI

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Review - Game Week 9

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.

Week 9

10 tips 

10 units out

22 units returned

+12 units for the week


89 tips

89 points out

130.25 points returned

+41.25 points for the season

46.2% ROI

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Review - Game Week 8

Apologies for missing the last couple of game week reviews - but your feedback to me has unsurprisingly been that the tips arriving on a Friday being the most important thing!

As has been the case the last couple of weeks we got off to a flyer by nailing one of the Friday night games that started the weekend program of fixtures.

I had Brighton v Burnley down as a draw, unfortunately optimistically predicting both sides to find a way to goal - the draw was the right call however it ended goalless. Those of you betting with 365 will have had a refund on their bore draw offer - but for my records this will go down as a loss.

Southampton's defeat of Newcastle to go top of the table however provided us with a 9/1 winner with goals 7 minutes from the start and 8 minutes from the end were perfect for my 2-0 prediction. 

Manchester United are proving difficult to call at the moment with some impressive wins being scattered amongst some awful performances and results. I opted for the latter here but a 3-1 win away at Everton was another good result for them - although not for us. 

One of the surprise results of the weekend was Crystal Palace inflicting Leeds' second successive 4-1 defeat - a scoreline we were never getting close to. 

Sheffield United took 9 minutes to end both Chelsea's run of clean sheets and our interest in that one although the final result was one we would expect.

West Ham couldn't add a second goal to bring home my 2-0 prediction although a woeful injury time missed panenka from Ademola Lookman meant the Hammers at least picked up the win. 

A very defensive West Brom line up and a terrible first half from Tottenham effectively put paid to us landing the correct score in this one with a late Harry Kane goal snatching a win for Spurs their second half performance and flurry of shots probably deserved.

An early Leicester penalty followed by a miss from the spot kept us in the hunt for this one right until the final whistle but Wolves couldn't find a way past Kasper Schmeichel and so we just missed out on our 1-1.

Another penalty miss - this time from Kevin De Bruyne but one that meant we picked up our second win of the game week. I had a feeling the game of the week would be tight and potentially low scoring but I looked very wrong as an early Salah penalty was cancelled out on the half hour by Jesus - and it looked game over when Craig Pawson pointed to the spot just before half time. It's always a nerve racker needing no goals in a half involving Man City or Liverpool but we made it to the end to guarantee nice profit.

The final game was another surprise as Aston Villa swept aside Arsenal 3-0 at the Emirates meaning they are yet to concede a goal away from home in the league this season.

That means we go in to the International break in good form and a good position for the season to date. Full breakdown listed below and I will be back when the EPL returns on November 21st with my correct score predictions posted on the 20th. Thanks for following and subscribing on here, it means a lot - if you have any questions or just want to interact with me 1:1 then please drop me a message on twitter @WrightBets

Week 8

10 tips 

10 units out

19.5 units returned

+9.5 units for the week


79 tips

79 points out

108.25 points returned

+29.25 points for the season

37% ROI

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Review - Game Week 5

Apologies for the delay in getting this update posted - but it's good to report on another week of profit although we feel a little disappointed as we nailed a lovely winner in the first game but couldn't add to it.

A perfect example of things evening themselves out here as we claim a fortunate win in the Merseyside derby with contentious decisions a plenty. The record books state a 2-2 draw so we pick up our 14/1 winner and crack on! Profit locked after the first game.

Another crazy high scoring draw as Chelsea spurn 2-0 and 3-2 leads to claim their second 3-3 of the season.

A bit of a surprise here as Man City edge Arsenal by the only goal of the game - in a game I took a chance on but got very wrong.

Disappointing not to pick up a win from Manchester United's win at Newcastle, although our 1-2 prediction looks a little out after missing an earlier penalty an 86th minute goal from Fernandes looked to have secured us an 8/1 winner. But two further strikes in injury time snatched that away from us.

No injury time action at Brammal Lane unfortunately as another goal for the home side would have landed our 9/1 bet but the game ended 1-1 after a Billy Sharp penalty cancelled out Ademola Lookman's opener - but with Aleksandar Mitrovic missing from the spot we can have few complaints here.

A pretty woeful display from Crystal Palace despite getting the draw I predicted - but you are never going to land a 2-2 scoreline when the home side only has one shot all game and that from the penalty spot. 

Another 3-3 draw this time in a crazy game at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium - with Spurs 3-0 and cruising with 82 minutes on the clock - thankfully we weren't sitting on 3-2!

A late Villa goal broke the deadlock to took all three points from their trip to Leicester in a game I had pegged for goals - that's 3 clean sheets in 4 games for Dean Smith's side. 

Although this will go down as a loss in my records if you bet wisely their are offers out there to get a refund on your correct score bets when the game ends 0-0 as it did at West Brom. We were the width of the post away from collecting an 8/1 winner here with Chris Wood hitting the bar with a free header.

It looked like we had a chance of topping and tailing the weekend with winners as Wolves took a lead at Elland Road but Leeds couldn't find the equaliser they possibly deserved.

Week 5

10 tips 

10 points out

15 points returned

+5 points for the week


49 tips

49 points out

70.5 points returned

+21.5 points for the season

43.9% ROI

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Review - Game Week 4

The bonkers barmy Premier League continues with goals flying in left, right and centre amid shock results a plenty. Obviously with such randomly high scoring games it makes picking out the correct score that much more difficult but I will continue to trust the process I have always used and work on the basis that a few games will be "normal" enough for us to pick up some profit.

The weekend got underway with a game of two halves a Chelsea went in goalless against a Crystal Palace side they ended up beating 4-0. I had this a lot tighter and expected the exciting Palace front line to find a way through - but if a side can't muster a shot on target they aint scoring!

Six goals at Goodison in what I thought would be a fairly tight encounter with Everton edging it - in a common theme this season we sat on the correct score at half time but a repeat in the second half meant a 4-2 final score.

In a game I expected a few goals - 5 to be precise we only saw two as Leeds held Man City in a game they actually had more possession but shipped 23 attempts at goal - Pep will be disappointed that of those only 2 worked the home keeper.

A close call at St. James' as we held the 10/1 correct score until a 77th minute Callum Wilson penalty sealed the three points for the Magpies.

A big surprise at the King Power as West Ham swept the previously unbeaten Foxes aside 3-0. The first thing I do when predicting the score is deciding what the result will be - get that wrong and I have no chance - as was the case here. 

A sold Southampton performance with a goal in each half and a clean sheet saw off West Brom and also gave us this weeks only WINNER! At 17/2 it wasn't quite enough to avoid a loss for the game week.

Wolves made hard work of beating rock bottom Fulham and the 1-0 win was two goals short for us. 

A close call at The Emirates as two quick-fire goals for the home side just after the hour mark had us quickly sitting on the correct score but an 83rd minute David McGoldrick strike rained on our parade.

The final two games of the weekend were simply UNPREDICTABLE! First up our 1-1 prediction for the Man United v Spurs game was in on 4 minutes - and down after 7!! It made the red card on 27 minutes irrelevant to us but the 1-6 final score was never going to be one we had on the shortlist. 

Saving the worst until last - I expected Villa to give Liverpool a tough game - but not that tough! A 2-0 lead for the home side on 22 minutes killed off our scoreline but as I said last week if I am going to get a result wrong I would rather get it massively wrong so there are no hard luck stories to tell - a 7-2 home win was a score I couldn't ever come close to!

So a small loss for the week but that sees us still well up on the season to date. The International break means no EPL games until October 17th so I will go have a lay down in a cold dark room until then!

Week 4

10 tips

10 points out

9.5 points returned

-0.5 points for the week


39 tips

39 points out

55.50 points returned

+16.50 points for the season

42.3% ROI

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Review - Game Week 3

Another game week comes to a close and I can't help feel a little disappointed to only come out level after a fantastic start. 

Our fist selection was a humdinger as Man United edged a 5 goal thriller on an away day to Brighton. Our 1-1 scoreline was in at half time but the open nature of the game made the chance of it sticking unlikely and so it proved

Our winner arrived in the only Saturday 3pm kick off which would be handy for you Super 6 players! Again Palace 1-2 Everton was in by half time but this time no further scoring meant at odds of 9/1 we put ourselves in a position where we couldn't lose money on the game week.

West Brom took 4 minutes to break the Chelsea defence even without the dropped Kepa in goal and so our win to nil prediction was soon a loss. If we are going to lose I always prefer to do so with a result I would never have picked and with the Baggies three up with 30 minutes on the clock that was definitely the case. The eventual 3-3 result was definitely not on my shortlist!

Southampton's 1-0 win away at Burnley disappointed me. I had it 1-0 either way and it really was a coin flip as to which way - unfortunately I picked wrong as I won several times on the Clarets winning by that margin last season. 

Right result wring score at Bramall Lane as both keepers had good games in keeping the game goalless until the 88th minute when Patrick Bamford popped up with the winner.

I expected a Spurs win here - which would have happened had it not been for the ridiculous penalty award for Newcastle deep in injury time - unfortunately there was not enough time left after the conversion on 97 minutes for Jose's men to grab a winner for our 2-1 prediction.

Another shock and goal fest at the Etihad where with the scores level at 1-1 at half time we looked set up nicely for our 3-1 - 73% possession for City and Leicester scoring with their only shot and from the spot. What happened in the 2nd half nobody could predict with the Foxes scoring 4 more including 2 more penalties in a 5-2 away win.

Possibly the biggest upset of the weekend came at the Olympic Stadium as West Ham routed Wolves 4-0 - as mentioned before a result I never saw coming let alone the scoreline so one I take and move on.

Monday's first game saw two promoted sides go head to head, I fancied Villa strongly but expected a tighter game and for Fulham to find the net - 2-0 up inside 15 minutes again made this one unlikely and Mings killed it off 3 minutes after the restart.

The final game was a tough one for us - sitting on a 2-1 home win the Arsenal goal against the run of play put us in a strong position however Liverpool looked threatening every time they attacked and had 11 attempts at goal in the first half alone which ended with our scoreline. A painful 43 minutes followed but we still had the 8/1 winner in our grasp - until Jota snatched away with that late strike. The difference between level and 9 points up right there. But that's correct score betting.

As I said in a tough market having over 100 goals in 28 games so far makes its even harder so we have to be happy to be in such a positive position - outlined below.

Back Friday with my predictions for week 4 but until then if you would like to ask me anything please get in touch via my twitter account @WrightBets

Week 3

10 tips

10 points out

10 points returned

+0 points for the week

0% ROI


29 tips

29 points out

46 points returned 

+17 points for the season 

58.6% ROI