We publish a lorry-load of articles, previews and tips every week, but which were the highlight of the weekend? Several writers turned a tidy profit, not least the Value Hunter who successfully predicted Sunderland's defeat of Manchester City...
"Despite being available before the off at such a huge price, he went on to trade at just 1.211/5 in-play and had you followed Paul's trading advice you'd have hoovered up a tidy 28-unit profit."
It was a weekend to remember for our Value Hunter who managed to snare a sizable 9.417/2 shot when predicting Manuel Pellegrini's side further misery on their travels on Sunday. The Black Cats more than had the measure of the unimaginative opponents and ran out 1-0 winners for an unbelievable fourth time in a row in the Premier League at the Stadium of Light against City.
The Value Hunter column is now showing a decent profit, so don't forget to check back later in the week for another footballing longshot well worth your money.
A special mention should also go to our Bundesliga man Kev Hatchard, who bravely opposed Dortmund for their trip to Wolfsburg, and sure enough Klopp's men followed up a disappointing home defeat to Arsenal in the Champions League with another defeat, going down 2-1. Just as Kev predicted, recommending Wolfsburg in the Draw No Bet market at 3.7511/4.
A change of sport now, as we turn our attention to the golf course and Paul Krishnamurty's astonishing 509-1 tip of Briny Baird at the McGladrey Classic. Despite being available before the off at such a huge price, he went on to trade at just 1.211/5 in-play and had you followed Paul's trading advice you'd have hoovered up a tidy 28-unit profit. Paul is very much the man to follow across golf and snooker, and you can keep abreast of all his previews and tips here.
Over at the ATP World Tour Finals, tennis tipster extraordinaire Sean Calvert correctly predicted a 2-0 for Rafael Nadal against the legendary Roger Federer, and his profit, based on a £10 stake on all his selections this season, now reads a scarcely believable £1071.90. He has previewed tonight's final between Nadal and Novak Djokovic here. You'd be crazy to not take a look.