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Dec 06, 2018

Weekly Recap (12/4 - 12/5)

Results from Tuesday Dec. 4 through Wednesday Dec. 5

Premier League – England

Premier League - Betting Results - Matchday 15
Record Weekly (GP 10) Year-to-Date (GP 150)
Favorites-Underdogs 5-2 87-30
Home-Away 4-3 63-54
Draws 3 33
Over-Under 7-3 77-63-10


Brighton & Hove (+202) defeated Crystal Palace 3-1 on Tuesday and it was the only underdog to connect.

The ‘over’ went 3-0-1 as all eight teams scored at least one goal and four posted two-plus in the net.

Wednesday’s action in the Premier League watched Wolverhampton (+461) stun Chelsea 2-1 as a heavy home underdog.

Tottenham (-277) helped out some ‘chalk’ bettors as it cruised past Southampton 3-1 as a home favorite. Also, Liverpool (-294) posted the same outcome (3-1) in its road win over Burnley as road favorite.

The three other games on Wednesday ended as draws, which included a 2-2 decision (+248) between Arsenal and Manchester United.

All 10 teams in the EPL scored on Wednesday and that helped the ‘over’ produce a 4-2 mark.

Ligue 1 – France

Ligue 1 - Betting Results - Matchday 16
Record Weekly (GP 10) Year-to-Date (GP 160)
Favorites-Underdogs 4-4 78-37
Home-Away 3-5 73-42
Draws 2 45
Over-Under 4-5-1 76-76-8


AS Monaco (+160) earned its second win of the season on Tuesday as it captured a 2-0 win over Amiens AC.

The ‘under’ went 2-0-1 on Tuesday as four of the six teams in action posted clean sheets.

Underdogs and Favorites went 3-3 in Wednesday’s Ligue 1 action.

Stade Rennes (+505) pulled off the biggest surprise with a 2-0 road win over Lyon. Toulouse (+373) also captured a road win, a 1-0 outcome over Stade Reims as an underdog.

There was only one draw (+382) on Wednesday but it too was a bit of a stunner as Strasbourg held Paris Saint-German to a 1-1 decision at home. It was the second time this season that PSG failed to get three points, but the French power still remains unbeaten (14-2-0) in league play.


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