A look at some impressive winners across another entertaining weekend of sport.
Penalty miss bliss!
Stephen from Edinburgh will have been delighted to see spot-kick failure in the Africa Cup of Nations on Friday.
The Sky Bet punter impressively had £5 on a penalty to be missed in both Uganda v Senegal (14/1) and Morocco v Benin (14/1), which paid out a tasty £1,125. Back of the net...for Stephen, not the teams in question, obviously!
Competitive matches are hard enough to call, so putting friendlies into your selections can be risky but it paid off for Ian from Bradford, who put on a £5 12-fold for over 2.5 total goals in all of the games below.
Three games in the Finnish top division all finished 2-1, much to Ian's delight as he secured a return of just under £3,350.
- AZ Alkmaar v Club Brugge
- Alfreton Town v Walsall
- Barrow v Blackburn Rovers
- Brighouse Town v Farsley Celtic FC
- Chester FC v Wigan Athletic
- FC RCOR-BGU v Neman Grodno
- FC Granit Mikashevichi v FC Ruh Brest
- AC Oulu v TPV
- MuSa v FC Haka
- FC Honka v KuPS (Finland Veikkausliiga)
- KPV v VPS (Finland Veikkausliiga)
- RoPS v IFK Mariehamn (Finland Veikkausliiga)
Hurray for in-play!
Craig from Manchester won a superb in-play acca early on Saturday morning, turning £3.83 into £1,900 with a successful five fold.
- Santa Cruz FC v Ferroviario (7/2)
- New York Red Bulls II v Ottawa Fury - Draw (5/2)
- Deportivo Municipal (5/4) v Ayacucho FC
- Erie Commodores FC v FC BUFFALO - Draw (5/2)
- Parklands United Women v Coastal Spirit Reserves Women (3/1)
Luke from Stoke had a nice win from Friday evening's racing, four of which were at Chelmsford, with six out of six winners on his £3 each-way six fold.
The biggest price in those selections was 5/1 on Champagne Marengo in the 20.40 at Chelmsford and the final payout came in at just under £7,730 - a good night's work!
Another impressive horse racing triumph came on Saturday, courtesy of Kenny from Kirkaldy.
A 7p win Goliath saw seven out of eight winning selections and they were very unfortunate not to bring the house down in the final one with Miacomet well down the field - which made it just the 5k return.
Five for the week: July 8-14
- Our 'Five for the Week' looks ahead to another exciting week of sport, including the final week of Wimbledon and the Cricket World Cup.