Starting off with yet another success for Paul Robinson's Big Wednesday Multiple, which landed at a price of 7.49 as Corinthians and Arsenal both won, overs came in at Anfield for the visit of Real Madrid and and Criciuma lost 1-0 to Atletico PR to land under 2.5 goals.
The latest Multiple success - which came on the day Paul's Against All Odds lay column also had a winner - means that the column is now in profit for 2014 to the tune of 48.05 points.
Daily football columnist Michael Lintorn also had a week to remember with a full house on his Lays of the Weekend column as Brighton, Swindon and York all failed to win at short prices and three from four in his Opta-based scorer tips, as Berahino (2.767/4), Bony (2.526/4) and Lukaku (2.47/5) all netted as advised.
Michael also picked out Diafra Sakho to score at 4.03/1 in his West Ham v Manchester City Opta Big Match preview - a cracking price for a man who couldn't stop scoring.
Sticking with the Premier League where it was a good weekend for Mike Norman's Saturday 3pms column as his 3.814/5 best bet on Over 3.5 Goals in West Brom v Crystal Palace landed (just!) and Southampton HT/FT v Stoke also came in at 2.77/4, meaning a profit for the week of 5.3 points.
There was a double success for the Big Match Tactical View on Manchester United v Chelsea as Michael Cox's 6.05/1 tip on Oscar to get booked landed, while Alan Thompson's bet on under 2.5 goals also came in, at 2.111/10.
Finally for the Premier League, both of Luke Moore's tips for Burnley v Everton came in as the Toffees won and Romelu Lukaku scored, for a profit of 2.39 points.
On the Champions League where Evan Bartlett's CSKA Moscow v Man City preview made a 3.87 point profit as Sergio Aguero scored first at 5.04/1 while both teams to score landed as advised at 1.875/6.
In the Europa League, Kevin Hatchard landed three winners from his Thursday previews for a profit of 2.79 points, including Tottenham to beat Asteras Tripolis on the -1.5 handicap at better than evens.
Away from football, Romilly Evans continued his good run of form on his NFL tips with four winners from five this weekend, making it a hugely impressive 23 winning tips from the past 29 for the column.
Finally, and sticking with the oval ball, Simon Mail is in profit for the season after had three winners on his rugby union tips with Munster winning by 1-12 against Saracens at 2.546/4, Clermont covering a -20 handicap against Sale at 1.9110/11 and Harlequins +4 in the handicap betting against Wasps at 1.9420/21.