Profit & Loss League Tables | 3rd 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 change to the Top 5, but Newcastle move up to 9th after beating Liverpool when priced up at odds of 14/5. Sunderland’s Monday night 3/1 win sees them jump up five places from 19th to 14th, while Manchester United are now down to 19th after another weekend defeat.

Championship

After surrendering top spot for a week to the hands of Charlton, Middlesbrough are back in pole-position after 6/4 win over Rotherham. Chris Powell is doing good things at Huddersfield, and they move into the P&L Top 5 for the first time this season after crushing Nottingham Forest at odds of 8/5.

The bottom seven in the division all remain in the same position with Blackpool propping up this table too.

League One

Rochdale extend their lead to over £40 after winning at 21/10 against high-flyers Preston. Despite their low position in the league table, Doncaster are in profit this season and have jumped into the Top 10 after beating Bradford at 9/4 on Saturday.

The highest climbers of the week are Scunthorpe who leap from 22nd to 12th after thy obliged at 11/2 away at Peterborough. After two wins in a week, Walsall have gone from bottom to 21st, leaving Leyton Orient in the basement position.

League Two

There’s still no budging Moecambe from the top, but Wycombe are now just £1.55 behind them in second place. Another great week for Accrington Stanley who are now up in 4th after another odds-against win against Morecambe.

Tranmere hit rock bottom for the first time after previous incumbents York managed a 19/10 win over Cheltenham.

SPFL Premiership

For the first time this season, there’s no movement in a P&L table. Despite winning seven of their 11 games, Celtic remain in negative figures.

SFL Championship

There were no games this week due to the Scottish Cup 3rd Round.

SFL League One

There were no games this week due to the Scottish Cup 3rd Round.

SFL League Two

There were no games this week due to the Scottish Cup 3rd Round.

La Liga

Celta Vigo were the big weekend winners and their 20/1 upset at Barcelona saw them rocket from 14th right into top spot and nearly £140 clear of the pack. Getafe’s good recent run continued with 12/5 win on Friday placing them in second.

Last week’s leaders Sevilla drop to fifth following their defeat at Athletic Club (29/20).

Bundesliga

Hannover extended their advantage at the top of the Bundesliga P&L tree to nearly £100 thanks to their 13/10 win over Eintracht Frankfurt with Paderborn moving up to second after their 13/8 victory over Hertha Berlin.

Hamburg were jumped into third from eighth having despatched Bayer Leverkusen at a hunky 11/4 with Dortmund now propping up the table as Freiburg (7/2) and Werder Bremen (15/4) both bagged their first league wins of the season.

Serie A

Genoa have enjoyed a superb week to rise over £80 clear of the pack thanks to their memorable win over Juventus last midweek and their 16/5 triumph at Udinese on Sunday.  Elsewhere, Palermo have jumped to seventh from 20th after securing back-to-back wins.

Ligue 1

Despite their weekend defeat at home to Lyon, Nice stay top-of-the-table. However, Marseille closed their gap as they return to winning ways at 3/10 against Lens.

Elsewhere, 13 teams remain in profit in France with PSG’s slow ascent up the table continuing as they won at 8/15 odds at struggling Lorient. Laurent Blanc’s men are in 17th with a -£35 deficit.

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