Friday, 17 September 2010

The Coupon 2

Jumping the gun. Always risky - thanks Daggs!


This has been a very busy week for me, so I am feeling rushed and flustered. I have had to sort my football coupon out first thing this morning and am not feeling anything like as comfortable with the selections on offer. Sometimes they just jump out at you and sometimes they don't. In any event, I have settled on eight and will perm them as follows...


1. Tottenham v Wolves  (2/5 home win)
2. Stoke v West Ham  (10/11 home win)
3. Southampton v Colchester  (8/11 home win)
4. Barnsley v Derby (11/10 home win)


5. Huddersfield v Yeovil (8/15 home win)
6. MK Dons v Rochdale (10/11 home win)
7. Wigan v Man City  (8/11 away win)
8. Carlisle v Brighton  (13/10 home win)

11 bets @ £3 each = £33


8 Trebles


1, 2, 3 = £10.54
1, 2, 4 = £11.52
1, 3, 4 = £12.82
2, 3, 4 = £20.76
5, 6, 7 = £15.16
5, 6, 8 = £18.26
5, 7, 8 = £20.16
6, 7, 8 = £22.74


2 Quadruples


1, 2, 3, 4 = £22.13
5, 6, 7, 8 = £34.86


All 8 = £346.84


TOTAL clean sweep = £535.79 (16-1)


- prize to anyone who checks my maths and finds an error....

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

On Thursday you predict a 1-1 comfortable draw (Southampton vs Colchester), then the next day you bet on a home win.
In light of this, should I punt on an away win?
ROTW.

Anonymous said...

On Thursday you predict a 1-1 comfortable draw (Southampton vs Colchester), then the next day you bet on a home win.
In light of this, should I punt on an away win?
ROTW.

Dave said...

I am taking a punt against my better judgement.