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The Mugs Selections: 15th October 2011

The Premier League returns and so does The Mug. The Mug has made a healthy loss so far this season and if he carries on we can all start laying his selections every week in order to turn a profit. The Mug has vowed to turn things around but only time will tell.

If you aren’t sure of who The Mug is then read this but to cut a long story short we will be following his selections to see if value really does matter or can you win just by predicting winners?

The rules are that he has to have a bet on EVERY premier league match in the match odds and the Under/over markets. The prices stated below are the prices at the time of writing and are obviously subject to change.


Liverpool V Man Utd – Home win @ 3.10 & Over 2.5 Goals @ 1.95

Man City V Aston Villa – Home Win @ 1.37  & Over 2.5 Goals @ 1.70

Norwich V Swansea – Home Win @ 2.25 & Under 2.5 Goals @ 1.90

QPR V Blackburn – Draw @ 3.7 & Over 2.5 Goals @ 1.97

Stoke V Fulham – Draw @ 3.4 & Under 2.5 Goals @ 1.70

Wigan V Bolton – Home Win @ 2.46 & Over 2.5 Goals @ 2

Chelsea V Everton – Home Win @ 1.39 & Under 2.5 Goals @ 2.30

West Brom V Wolves – Home Win @ 2.16 & Under 2.5 Goals @ 1.92

Arsenal V Sunderland – Home Win @ 1.48 & Under 2.5 Goals @ 2.26

Newcastle V Spurs – Draw @ 3.45 & Over 2.5 Goals @ 1.90


A very good round for The Mug. Turning a profit of £692! Perhaps, using him as a lay machine might not be such a good idea.

This turns the whole thing around and The Mug is now in profit for the season and after 60 bets so far his total stands at +£231!

Strike Rate: 32-28




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One Comment

  1. It would be good to see what the p and l figures are after this week. You may well have found a good laying system.

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