Some astounding wagering from the punting sages at news.bwin.com/en/ has guided the scribes in black and gold to top spot in bwin’s Blogger’s League after placing just six bets.
That’s right folks, a mere six flutters is all that was required for us to forge a comfortable, nay commanding, £83 lead on nearest rival ThePeoplesPerson.com, who have been exhausting their scatter-gun ammunition with an enormous 51 bets to keep within sight of the pacesetters.
Soccerlens.com currently occupy the bronze-medal position after some steady punting early on, however, a perusal of their latest attempts to bridge the chasm the bwinners have dynamited open suggests their respectable standing may be owed to that special brand of luck novices find easy to obtain.
Three selections from the weekend’s matches all proved spectacularly inaccurate as the Soccerlens pensmiths grabbed their readership by the hand and dragged them through a punting minefield.
Germany and Argentina’s failure to overcome handicaps followed Italy’s defeat against Costa Rica and left gullible subscribers a few pounds lighter in the wallet.
Chin up, these things happen, but maybe you’ll want to follow our lead with today’s Blogger’s League Bet?
If you’re after a winner, we’re on Costa Rica to beat England at an unfathomably sizeable 13/5 and the science behind this decision is available right here.
Another win would see our all-important total winnings column cross the £200 threshold, but fear not folks, as, per competition regulations, we’re only in it for the glory, not the fantastic prizes on offer.
Here’s a run down of the table so far and remember, it’s based on total winnings, not how many bets have been won:
1) news.bwin.com/en/ – £188
2) ThePeoplesPerson.com – £105.05
3) Soccerlens.com – £92.90
4) Football-talk.co.uk – £46.87
5) TheRepublikofMancunia.com – £46.50
6) SportsWitness.co.uk – £40.10
7) ThisIsAnfield.com – £15.82
8) WorldSoccerTalk.com – £0.00
9) EmpireOfTheKop.com £0.00