Profit & Loss League Tables | 18th November 2014

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Find out which teams have yielded the highest profit and which are the ones to avoid with our handy Profit & Loss tables…

Premier League

No games this week due to the international break.

Championship

No games this week due to the international break.

League One

Bristol City’s first defeat of the season sees them drop to 3rd in the P&L table as Rochdale stay top for the second consecutive week.

The big movers are Bradford, they leap nine places to 5th after a superb 19/4 win at Preston. The bottom seven remain the same with Leyton Orient’s miserable season continuing.

League Two

Morecambe extend their lead at the top of the table after a juicy 3/1 win at home to Bury. Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink’s first game in charge at Burton saw them climb three places to 4th after beating Wycombe at 5/2.

At the bottom, York and Tranmere continue to be the most unprofitable sides to follow in England.

SPFL Premiership

No games this week due to the international break.

SFL Championship

Hearts now have the biggest lead in Scotland as they pulled £75 clear of the pack after an 11th win of the season (4/5) against Falkirk.

A disastrous week for Rangers as they drop to 6th and move into negative figures after flopping at 1/5 at home to Alloa.

SFL League One

Stenhousemuir pulled off an excellent 7/2 win over Dunfermline and they move up to three places to 5th.

Stirling Albion are now £67 adrift after two non-wins since we last updated the tables.

SFL League Two

After overtaking Arbroath last week, Queens Park are now over £70 ahead after their rivals lost again at the weekend,

Arbroath lost to East Stirling, (who won at odds at 5/1) and Shire have moved up three places on our table to third place. Elgin drop two to the Scottish basement after failing to reward punters twice since our last update.

La Liga

No games this week due to the international break.

Bundesliga

No games this week due to the international break.

Serie A

No games this week due to the international break.

Ligue 1

No games this week due to the international break.

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