Once again the free weekly betting guide identified a healthy number of winners from the weekend's domestic action to return a level stakes profit
The number of matches may have been slightly diminished due to the Football League campaign drawing to a close but that didn't stop the team identifying some healthy prices to consider.
The winners included Marseille's win to nil against Basita at 13/10 (2.30), and a high-scoring win for Napoli against Fiorentina at the same price.
The highest priced successful selection came in the form of Keita Balde, who extended his impressive scoring record as Lazio hosted Inter. The 22-year-old opened the scoring from the penalty spot and was as big as 7/5 (2.40) to find the net before kick-off.
The Spaniard was later dismissed in a fiery clash that saw the hosts lose 3-1 and end the match with nine men. The open nature suited another pick from the guide perfectly though, as both teams to score was advised at 23/20 (2.15).
Alexis Sanchez also ensured it was a profitable week for the Anytime Angles column, netting again for the Gunners at 10/11 (1.91) as they beat Everton at the Emirates.
The aim of the guide is to combine the huge array of data available on Soccerway and present it in a manner which offers clear, concise and insightful selections for the upcoming matches. There's also a look at the latest Opta facts and how they can be of use to bettors on a range of competitions.
The domestic season might be over in many top leagues but the team are already working on a special edition for the weekend's cup action around the continent.
The reduced version will cover many of the major matches taking place in Europe, including the FA Cup final between Chelsea and Arsenal at Wembley, as well as leagues which are still in full flow around the world.
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