Profit & Loss League Tables | 1st December 2014


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Premier League

A 14th consecutive week at No.1 for Stoke, but big respect to West Ham who move up to No.2 after their 5/4 win over Newcastle. That's the highest position they've been all season.

A bad week for Everton who drop into the bottom four after failing to oblige at odds of 11/5 against Spurs. But it's a nightmare for Hull who drop to the bottom of the P&L table for the first time this season after failing to win for the 11th time this season. Steve Bruce's side have a loss figure of £76.50 to their name.


Another sensational week for Brentford, they blitzed past Wolves at odds of 11/8 to go over £46 clear at the top of the Championship table.

The big climbers of the week were Reading who jump up nine places to No.5 after a 9/2 win over Norwich. Birmingham have now climbed nine places in just two weeks, they hopped from No.16 to No.11 this week after turning over Nottingham Forest at odds of 11/5. Another non-win for Blackpool who drop to a loss figure of £155 and a Win % of just 5%.

League One

We have new leaders in League One! Swindon now head the table for the first time after a 5/6 victory at Fleetwood. With former leaders Rochdale failing to win, Mark Cooper's side are already over £23 ahead.

The Mark Robins effect is kicking in at Scunthorpe, and after seeing off Barnsley at 3/1 they've hit the Top 10 for the first time this season. No change at the bottom with Leyton Orient's (-£97.30) miserable season continuing.

League Two

There's a new No.1 in League Two as well, as Wycombe hit the top after a 21/20 win at Hartlepool.

The Exeter renaissance continues apace, Paul Tisdale's side are now Top 3 after an odds-against win at Accrington on Friday night. The biggest priced winners in the UK this weekend were Dagenham & Redbridge at 6/1 and they've entered the Top 10 this week on the back of that win at Bury. No change in the bottom eight, Tranmere stay bottom despite a 6/4 win over Portsmouth.

SPFL Premiership

No games this week due to the Scottish Cup.

SFL Championship

No games this week due to the Scottish Cup.

SFL League One

No games this week due to the Scottish Cup.

SFL League Two

Just two games in the fourth tier this weekend. Albion Rovers (3rd) swap places with East Stirling (4th) after Shire fail to beat East Fife.

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Chris first got interested in betting back in 2000 when he began working in betting shops throughout Scotland. He has remained in the industry ever since, specialising in marketing and PR roles. Outside of betting, his interests are listening to Blur and following Queen Of The South.

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