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Stoke’s controversial Sunday win over Swansea rewarded 6/4 backers and extended the Potters huge advantage at the top of the Premier League P&L table – they’ve topped the table for eight successive weeks! Elsewhere, West Ham break into the top-half thanks to their 7/4 win at Burnley.
There’s new leaders in the Championship following Middlesbrough’s 9/4 win at Brighton. That three points sent the Seagulls tumbling to 23rd place in the P&L table with Wigan now propping up the league. Struggling Bolton climbed to 21st with their 12/5 success, moving them off the bottom for the first time in three weeks.
Crewe (5/1) hit the headlines again as their three points at Walsall propel the Alex into 11th from 22nd in the P&L table. It was the biggest-priced win across the English card last weekend and resulted in the biggest move in all the English P&L tables. Meanwhile, Bristol City extended their lead at the top of the league.
Morecambe upset the odds yet again with a surprise 15/4 win away to high-flying Burton. It extended Jim Bentley’s advantage at the top of the P&L table and makes them the most profitable team to back in the Football League. Elsewhere, Luton break into the top-three for the first time this season.
Just four of the 12 teams are showing profit in the SPFL Premiership but Hamilton are streaking clear after their 21/10 victory over Aberdeen. In fact, the newly-promoted club are the most profitable team to follow across all the leagues we cover. Meanwhile, Celtic dropped to 10th despite their 5-0 rout of Ross County.
Hibernian (6/5) and Queen of the South (13/10) were the two big climbers but Hearts look unstoppable at the top of the tree. The Jam Tarts boast the best win % across all the leagues we cover.
Forfar stay top of the P&L table but Ayr are the big jumpers – moving into second from fourth thanks to their 12/5 victory away to Morton.
Arbroath (1/2) may have won again but they’ve been replaced at the head of the SPFL League Two P&L table. Hats are doffed in the direction of Queens Park who take over the lead thanks to their 5/4 victory over Montrose.
Deportivo were 7/2 winners when routing Valencia on home soil on Sunday. That victory lifted the newly-promoted side into the top-half of the P&L table having been languishing in 18th place pre-kick-off.
Koln jumped up to third from 14th-place in Germany thanks to their victory at 19/4 over Dortmund. But even Bayern Munich are struggling to keep their heads above water in the P&L table.
Lazio (3/1) were convincing away winners at Fiorentina in the early Sunday showdown from Serie A and were comfortably the biggest movers. But despite sacking their manager, Chievo hold onto a top-two place.
Guingamp’s stunning win at Lille saw punters collect at a whopping 5/1. It was the biggest winning price from across the continent at the weekend but the biggest story is seeing who’s bottom of the P&L table in France!