I mentioned yesterday that the star of March to date had been Matt of Football Elite. His recent run of good form has elevated the returns from the service this season to the brink of a 10% return on investment, a figure which marks out a top football tipping service.
It just goes to show the levels of patience sometimes needed to play this game successfully. 2011 was not a vintage year for FE. It got off to a horror start and never really recovered, seemingly playing a constant game of catch up. Now though, it seems that Matt is on the way to recovering his mojo and, with antepost bets at decent prices looking more likely than not to provide some good profits come season end, this season could well turn out to be pretty decent.
Of course the nature of gambling means that Matt is only a poor weekend or two from being knocked straight back into the doldrums again, but all things being equal, we should be looking at a semi-decent season. And credit to Matt for putting us in the position where that is the case.
As far as today's betting is concerned, well, there wasn't any. Not one bet for me to place. A couple for The Market Examiner who had no joy from their two selections.
The Market Examiner: Staked 1.5pts, -1.5pts.
Will be a bit different tomorrow.