Profit & Loss League Tables | 22nd December 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

A quiet week in the Premier League with little movement in the P&L table. Southampton move back into the Top 10 after their 6/4 win over Everton while Manchester United return to negative figures after just one week in the black.

QPR and Sunderland move up in the bottom half of the table after handsome odds-against wins. Hull are almost £40 adrift after a 15th match letting down their backers.

Championship

Another great week for Brentford who obliged at 21/10 for their backers. Mark Warburton’s side are over £50 clear of Ipswich who moved up to 2nd after a 2/1 win over Middlesbrough.

The Rowett Revolution continues to flourish at Birmingham, and the Blues are now up to No.6 in the Profit Table after a 23/10 victory on Saturday. The bottom three of Blackpool, Brighton and Wigan fall further behind after more weekend woe.

League One

Swindon Town stay top despite fluffing their lines at odds of 10/11 at home to Doncaster on Saturday. In fact, the top four all failed to win this week.

Crewe are massive movers, up from No.18 to No.9 after their stunning 19/4 win against Bristol City.

League Two

The top of League Two has got really tight after Wycombe’s 7/5 win at Accrington. The gap between them and leaders Morecambe is now just £2.60.

Precious wins for Mansfield and Carlisle at 13/5 and 13/8 push them up the standings in the bottom half of the table.

SPFL Premiership

Hamilton stay top of the Premiership and Scotland overall after a 13/10 weekend win, but look at Dundee United! The Arabs stay third but move into treble figure profit after a stunning 11/2 success over Celtic.

The champions defeat pushes them back into negative figures.

SFL Championship

Cowdenbeath have a stunning week as they move up five places to No.3 after taking out Queen Of The South at huge odds of 8/1.

Hibs and Falkirk move down the table despite rewarding their backers at the weekend.

SFL League One

Stranraer go top of the table for the first time this season after obliging at 23/10 against Dunfermline.

Amazingly Stirling Albion are now over £100 adrift at the bottom after a 16th non-payout in 17 games this season.

SFL League Two

Just two winners in League Two this weekend. Arbroath stay 2nd but Clyde move up to 5th after a 9/5 win over East Fife.

No game for Elgin this week, but they remain at the foot of the table with a gap of nearly £40 to their name.

La Liga

Almeria’s 13/2 success at Celta on Friday night saw them rocket up the La Liga P&L table from 14th into 5th. That defeat left Celta without a win in six but they still top the table by over £60.

Espanyol’s 11/5 victory at Rayo moved them off the bottom of the pile with Cordoba sliding back into 20th.

Bundesliga

Three games have past since our last update but little has changed in the top-half as Hannover continue to boast a £70 cushion at the top of the tree.

Despite boasting an 82% win ratio Bayern Munich have made it into the top-half for the first time this season and finally boast a positive margin figure whilst Dortmund are now accruing losses over £100.

Serie A

There was barely any movement in Serie A this weekend, caused by a catalogue of draws before the winter break.

Juventus moved into a season-high place of 3rd whilst Napoli have also punctured the top-half. Just six teams boast a positive margin figure.

Ligue 1

Reims 4/1 win at Rennes continues their climb in France with the former French champions into 2nd. Lyon’s 2/1 victory at Bordeaux also boosted their position as they moved into 4th.

Down at the bottom, only seven sides are showing negative figures but the final five are unmoved with PSG now returning a woeful -£47.90.

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