Do You...Don't You? Cash Out is the unique Betfair tool that allows you to lock in a profit or minimise losses regardless of the final result. Lewis Jones reviews where the optimum Cash Out profits were to be had from the weekend's Premier League action...
"West Brom backers who anticipated Chelsea’s late salvo could have cashed out using Betfair’s unique tool for a whopping £247.09 before Eden Hazard fired home that controversial spot-kick in the dying minutes."
Cash Out is the phrase on every punter's lips and Betfair are so committed to helping customers find the best value that we have our very own Cash Out Value league table.
The table works by adding up the total amount of positive Cash Out a team has offered throughout each game, then displaying the average over the duration of the season. For full details on what Cash Out was on offer during every game, click through on the team name.
All Cash Out value is based on a £25 stake.
West Bromwich Albion fans look away now. We're going to remind you of how close your team came to pulling off a unique double of winning at both Stamford Bridge and Old Trafford this season. Referee Andre Marriner played a huge part in costing the Baggies the second half of that double by awarding a late penalty to Chelsea which they duly took to salvage a late draw. If it's any consolation, it did rocket Steve Clarke's men up to fourth place in the cash out rankings.
West Brom backers who anticipated Chelsea's late salvo could have cashed out using Betfair's unique tool for a whopping £247.09 before Eden Hazard fired home that controversial spot-kick in the dying minutes.
The Baggies currently sit in tenth position in the Premier League and their ability to sneak results against the big-boys makes them a very attractive bet at 2.56/4 to finish the season in the top-10.
Such was the negative vibes surrounding a Norwich renaissance against West Ham United at Carrow Road, the Hammers, despite only being 1-0 up, were available to cash-out for a profit of £57.20.
Those that took the guaranteed winnings played the perfect game as the Canaries fired three second half goals to turn the match, and perhaps their season as well, on its head. Chris Hughton's side, having been matched at 2.809/5 for relegation, are now 3.45 for the dreaded drop.
Stoke City, currently third in in the overall cash out table after a fluctuating start to life under Mark Hughes, once again gave their followers a chance to lock in some hefty profit despite playing out an entertaining 3-3 draw with Swansea.
The Potters raced into a 2-0 lead and were seemingly set for victory with 56 minutes on the clock but shrewd players would have anticipated the Swansea comeback and would have traded out of the bet for a profit of £90.30.