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. Michael Lintorn reviews where the optimum Cash Out profits were to be had from the weekend Premier League action...
"Any Liverpool fans who had the foresight to see such an extraordinary turnaround taking place were able to Cash Out on their away win wagers with a £33.67 profit."
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. So, if the side you are betting on is high in the table you'd be wise to keep your finger near the Cash Out button during the match!
For full details on the level of potential Cash Out profit that was on offer during every Premier League game, click through on the team name.
The two comebacks in matchday 37 weren't so much weekend-defining as potentially title race-deciding, as Man City won a match in which they trailed as Liverpool carelessly surrendered two points from a winning position.
Manuel Pellegrini's men cemented their status as 1.091/11 favourites to finish first on Saturday teatime by overcoming an early 0-1 deficit to triumph 3-2 at a conflicted Goodison Park, with it possible to Cash Out on an Everton victory for a £44.91 prize after Ross Barkley's opener.
Far more remarkable were Monday night's events at Selhurst Park as Liverpool found themselves Istanbul-ed by a Crystal Palace side that looked out of the contest after Joe Allen, Daniel Sturridge and Luis Suarez fired the Reds into a 3-0 advantage within 55 minutes.
However, a combination of the complacent visitors ill-advisedly focussing on extending their lead for goal-difference purposes rather than protecting what they had and the defensive lapses that have undermined their challenge throughout 2013/14 triggered their downfall.
A speculative 79th-minute Damien Delaney effort found a deflection and the net and then substitute Dwight Gayle struck twice to complete an exhilarating recovery and leave Steven Gerrard and Suarez in tears.
Any Liverpool fans who had the foresight to see such an extraordinary turnaround taking place were able to Cash Out on their away win wagers with a £33.67 profit though.