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Southampton have now reached their highest position of the season in our Profit Table as they move up to No.3 after their excellent 19/5 win over Manchester United.
Crystal Palace move back into the Top 10 after seeing off Spurs at 7/2 on Saturday. Burnley beat QPR at odds of 5/4 and overtake Arsenal by taking the No.14 spot this week. The top two and bottom three remain in the same position.
Another great week for Birmingham, and after being in the bottom end of the Profit Table for months they’re now up at No.3 after seeing off at Wigan on Saturday. Respect also goes to Sheffield Wednesday. After a monster 13/5 win over struggling Nottingham Forest they move up to No.4.
Interesting times at the bottom with Brighton swapping places with Wigan in No.22 and No.23 respectively and even Blackpool won this week! Lee Clark’s side obliged at 2/1 move within £15 of Wigan.
What a remarkable season Rochdale are having. Keith Hill’s promotion contenders are now up to No.2 in our Profit Table after their 5/2 win over Bradford on Saturday.
Incredible scenes at No.5 as Crewe’s remarkable run continues with a 13/8 home win over Gillingham and let’s not forget Scunthorpe at No.6. Mark Robins’ side saw off Walsall at 5/2 to move higher up the table.
New leaders in League Two as Burton reach the summit for the first time this season! Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink’s side overtook Morecambe after their straight-forward 5/6 victory over Mansfield.
Chaos at the bottom too as Hartlepool jump from bottom to No.22 after a rare 11/5 win over Cheltenham. Pools were bottom for just one week and York return to the foot with a £113.50 deficit to their name.
Little movement in Scotland’s top division with St Johnstone’s absence meaning they swap places with Kilmarnock at No.5.
Aberdeen are getting a lot of good press at the moment but they can’t break into the Top 3 of this Profit Table despite their £74.80 positive figure.
Another week, another winner for Hearts. Robbie Neilson’s side are over £80 ahead in our Profit Table after rewarding punters in 17 of their 20 league matches this season.
The only other change sees non-playing Queen Of The South move up to 2nd as previous incumbents Hibs frustrated their punters with a draw against Falkirk.
Stranraer extend their lead at the top of the Profit Tale after an impressive 11/10 win over Forfar.
New manger Ian McCall will be hoping he can inject some good form into his Ayr side as they drop to No.9 on our table after losing to Brechin 2-1. Amazingly seven of the 10 sides in the division are in profit.
The biggest climbers (in proportion to their division) in the UK this week are Elgin. The Higland club jump from No.10 up to No.5 after their 7/2 win over Annan on Saturday.
Berwick also enjoy a three place climb at No.6 after a 23/20 success over Clyde, but it’s agony for Annan who drop to the foot of the table after failing to oblige for odds-on punters at the weekend.
It was a great week for teams beginning with E as Elche climbed from rock bottom of the P&L table up to 14th after their 13/2 success away at Athletic Bilbao.
Eibar moved into second place from fifth having seen off Getafe whilst Barcelona remain in the red despite beating Atletico in the game of the weekend.
The Bundesliga is closed for the winter break. Hannover sit top of the tree and a full £70 clear of their nearest challengers Eintracht Frankfurt.
Dortmund were unsurprisingly the worst side to back, returning a -£108 figure!
Two match days have passed since our last update but little has changed in the Serie A standings. Napoli, Fiorentina and the two Milan clubs find themselves buried in the bottom-half but Juventus continue to make steady progress after their weekend win in Naples.
France returned from their winter break last weekend and Guingamp continue to stride clear at the top of the tree after another victory.
Thirteen teams are showing profit after 20 matches but PSG are down in 17th with a disastrous -£57.90 figure having flopped at Bastia. That 15/2 win fired the Corsicans from 18th into 10th.