The Sunday Supplement – 01/11/20

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Welcome to The Sunday Supplement by PuntHub.

A weekly roundup of all Punthub tipsters. The Supplement runs Saturday To Friday, meaning Yesterday is the start of next week’s roundup.-

Onwards with our weekly overview..

No winners for Goldenballs this week and a drift further into the red this week for the acca man.
-14.30 overall from 41 staked.

Lay 2 Liability
Finishing his trial on a very respectable £268.30 to £10 fixed liability lays, and notching up an impressive 81.85% overall with an 84.18% SR this month. A 22 selection run this week giving followers plenty of reasons to join Paul “on the dark side”.

Final stats as follows:

540 Bets
442 Wins

81.85% Strike rate
+£268 (laid to lose £10)

+£1,078 (laid to win £10)

Those interested in joining Lay2Liability paid service can do so here.
The service costs £50 per month with lays posted around 1pm most days, unless any early selections.

Bestway Racing
Leaves us after failing to progress in the three months he’s been with us.
As we’ve set the bar higher now and become more critical of services on trial this will happen more often.

Trial ends with 39.10 points profit from 309 staked over a 3 month trial, we wish him all the best.

High Five
Nothing on target this week as high five slips towards an end of month loss. At 2.5 points down for the month its not a disaster but It will break four back to back winning months for the service.

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Taylor Made
Just 14 winners this week and Taylor Made has gone from 117.11 points profit in September to -111.34 from a whopping 512 selections this month. A massive month is needed for November to recover the losses for his following, if anyone’s still following?

Wedge Winners
An incredible 41 winners this week for WW. Azets a worthy 6-point winner at Lingfield, Asking For Answers also gets a mention returning 6.50 at Ayr with Frodon the final noteworthy selection hitting the target and returning 9 points profit at Cheltenham.

At 55 points up for the month it hasn’t progressed much this week but its still a huge profit in a long term game.
Not a single losing month since the trial began almost a year ago is completely unheard of.

The strike rate for the month ended slightly above his average at 27.48% and he’s notched up a record 130 winners this month. Let’s hope the trend continues!

Passed the 400-point barrier at the time of writing this, a massive milestone. Just 10 winners this week but some pretty big prices in there evening it out. Duffle Coat a 10-point winner at Wetherby. Azets also noteworthy returning 12 points profit at Lingfield, but Dulcima overshadowed them all with a very impressive 16-point winner at Southwell.

Winner of the week Material? Maybe?

29.00 points profit this month from 424 staked and a strike rate of about average at 12.26% means for another by the book month for HRN. It’ll be the services 6th consecutive month of profit, Steady bank growth. 

Home Form
Of course Peterborough let us own last week, Barry Fry’s “boss the league” statement coming back to bite us. Despite that Ipswich Town, Philadelphia Union and Portland Timbers all obliged to to return a 2.64-point profit. 

This weekends tips are already out. Let’s hope for another profitable weekend! 

Tipping Point
Five winners this week and its back to back losing months for Tipping Point. Frodon a good 5.5-point winner at Cheltenham while Aleas the other notable selection on target at Newbury for a 4-point return.

12 winners from 68 staked or a 17.65% SR. its well below average, hopefully next month the service can return to a profit.

The Master Plan
Four winners this week and a much more conservative approach winning out for TMP. The Cob returning 4 points profit and Molliana the other noteworthy winner also returning 4 points at Chepstow.

At 15 points profit its by no means a recovery from last month but its a solid step in the right direction from a very steady service. Selections have dropped with just 36 this month and flowers will much prefer the lower output compared to the 98 month previous.

How’s the results?

View the results here

So what’s to watch?

Lay2Liability– Well worth following after an incredibly successful trial. £268.30 Profit to £10 liability and 442 winning lays from 540 selections or a strike rate of 81.85% mean that this may well be the hottest lay service on the market right now. Priced at £50 a month it won’t be everyone’s taste but Paul does a very thorough job bringing you the best possible selections to build your bank. Join here.

Wedge Winners– A profit every month this year and not a single losing month since December 2019. 55 points profit this month and a solid 27.48% strike rate overall. There’s plenty of reasons to be following WW. Join here

The Master Plan– a couple of winners to wrap the month up from mr steady steady. 15.35 points profit for the month from 36 selections is a good step in the right direction. Hopefully he will keep the momentum going into November.

Winner of the Week Is- 
HRN snatches it with 36-point winner Isla Kai. An absolutely massive winner!

A note from the author
October didn’t fare too badly in the end, Wedge Winners flew start to finish, Master Plan back to winning ways, Lays proving a success. Props to HRN also, who at the time of writing had a massive Saturday and late in the month really got going.

As mentioned we won’t be rushing into picking up new services, although we may have one or two to bring on we need to ensure quality is high.

Good to see the exciting Envoi Allen remain unbeaten on Chase debut, he looks like he’ll be a force to be reckoned with once more come March. Plenty of other great racing to get involved with over the weekend, although I wouldn’t read too much into the early Grade 1s as plenty of them will improve for the run no doubt.

Sports Personality of the year.. Rashford looks a front runner? 
My tip would be Lewis Hamilton – Incredible consistency, incredible achievement in breaking Schumachers record. Possibility for Harry Kane, but I’m no lover.

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Enjoy Your Sunday.


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