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A 13th consecutive week at No.1 for Stoke, but all the P&L action took place at the bottom of the table this week.
Massive congratulations to Burnley who move off the bottom positions for the first time this season after their 5/1 win at Stoke. Sean Dyche’s side climb six places to 14th and leave QPR the new basement boys. After another negative weekend for Arsenal, they move into the bottom three for the first time this season.
We have new leaders in the Championship yet again. This time though it’s a side who have never reached the summit before – well done Brentford! Their 6/4 win over Fulham pushed them above Charlton.
The big climbers of the week were rejuvenated Nottingham Forest. They moved up from 13th to eighth as Stuart Pearce’s side won at odds of 13/5 at Molineux. Well done also to Birmingham who climb four places to 16th as the bottom four remain in the same positions.
A second consecutive league defeat for Rochdale, but they stay top of the League One P&L table. MK Dons have the highest win % rate in the division and they move up to fourth after beating Port Vale at 8/11.
Respect also to Doncaster who climb up to sixth after a 3/1 win in Rochdale. Incredibly the bottom four last week all won at the weekend, but despite this, Leyton Orient remain nearly £30 adrift at the bottom of the P&L table.
Another week at No.1 for Morecambe but Wycombe are now within £14 of them after an excellent 9/5 win at Cheltenham. Burton Albion and Exeter City were climbers into the Top 5 this week after being punters pals.
A stunning 100/30 win at Bury propels Newport into the Top 10, while a 6/4 win for York isn’t enough to move them from 23rd place. It does though leave Tranmere £30 adrift at the foot of the table.
Leaders Hamilton got back to winning ways and strengthend their profit figure to £183.
There was little movement elsewhere with all six favourites winning. Dundee United overtook Kilmarnock and move up to third place with a figure of £46.69.
A stunning 8/5 win for Hearts as now put them a massive £83 ahead in this table, that’s the biggest lead in Scotland.
Bottom side Livingston now move into treble-figure losses after failing to justify odds of 8/5 at Cowdenbeath. They’re the most unprofitable side to back in Scotland.
No surprise in League One this weekend as Morton spend a second week at the top of the table.
Another bad weekend for Stirling Albion sees them also hit treble-figure losses.
No positional change at all in League Two, but it was a big week. Leaders Queens Park forfeited some of their lead as they lost to rivals Albion Rovers at 11/8.
A massive 9/5 win for East Stirling keeps them hot in third place.
Levante won the derby against city rivals Valencia and that 9/2 win has seen the Frogs leap into a season-high fourth place.
Atletico (1/2) are up in second thanks to their victory against Malaga and there are now only eight teams showing a negative margin, one of which is Barcelona.
Frankfurt were the big weekend winners and their shock 13/2 success at Gladbach has seen them shoot into third place from 13th. Hertha climb into mid-table after their 27/10 win at Koln.
Dortmund remain rooted to the bottom of the league with Bayern still turning in a negative margin despite another routine victory.
Sassuolo’s 15/4 success at Torino moved them into the top-half from 14th whilst Empoli’s 11/4 win at fellow strugglers Parma was enough to move the newly-promoted side up six places into 12th.
Defending champions Juventus are in a season-high second thanks to 21/20 win at Lazio but remain well adrift of runaway leaders Genoa.
Marseille made it 10 wins from 14 games and their 4/6 success means they’re closing in on top spot as Nice were held by Reims.
Montpellier’s 7/4 victory at home to Toulouse saw them move into fifth place from ninth whilst PSG remain entangled in the bottom-half.