Luckily, I was not tracking the results on Saturday as it would have been a nail-biting afternoon with Arsenal leaving it so late to score against Wigan.
The league leaders got two goals in the final 10 minutes to secure a win though and gave me a profit of £3.55 and the win takes my profits to highest total yet, £122.28.
Next week, their are three matches which I can consider, but none that stick out as exceptionally easy to predict.
Chelsea meet West Ham, Liverpool play a resurgent Bolton and Man Utd host Fulham.
The Chelsea match can be discounted because of the local derby element and Bolton would be a risky choice after their confidence boosting win against Man Utd this weekend.
This only leaves Man Utd versus Fulham. The reds lost to Bolton, however it will most probably spur them onto a much inproved performance against Fulham, expecially in front of their home fans.
I will wait to see how the teams fare in the Champions league before making any choices.