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  Brighton vs WBA - FA Cup Fourth Round Match Thread
Posted by: Ska'dForLife-WBA - 2 hours ago - Forum: West Bromwich Albion - No Replies

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Having got the job done in a scrappy encounter in Lancashire on Monday night, it's down to the opposite end of the country on Saturday to resume our cup campaign against "the other Albion". With a decent cushion between them and the relegation zone, Brighton may well be taking this encounter seriously, while in contrast, for the Baggies it's likely to be a case of resting key players again. Nevertheless, it's been a long time since Albion have squared up against Brighton as an underdog, and with no real pressure or expectation, an upset might be on the cards.

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  Celtic 4 St Mirren 0 - a good night for the Hoops!
Posted by: 0762 - 9 hours ago - Forum: Celtic - No Replies

Rodgers' new signings, Oliver Burke and Tim Weah, already delivering goals with a "brace" and a 4th goal respectively in a comfortable match of dominant possession! And an added bonus is Rangers' defeat by Killie! So GD enhanced tonight and that "game in hand" next week will be a prime fixture to win.

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  Hi Ho Chesterfield
Posted by: spireitematt - Yesterday, 19:26 - Forum: Chesterfield - Replies (2)


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  Agyepong finally fit again!
Posted by: 0762 - Yesterday, 13:37 - Forum: Hibernian - No Replies

This lad had become a "forgotten young man" due to an unwelcome injury v Dundee. This is an added bonus for Hibs and I'm hoping he can possibly take Boyle's place up front but he'll have to earn it!

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  Celtic finally sign up Bayo!
Posted by: 0762 - Yesterday, 13:33 - Forum: Celtic - No Replies

So Celtic finally "strike up" a deal with the Slovak footie club and get their man who potentially looks like a potent young striker who could play a significant role in Celtic's charge for another league title.

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  The men's semis and final finally looms closer....
Posted by: 0762 - Yesterday, 01:38 - Forum: Australian Open - No Replies

....and it becomes a bit clearer who will possibly win it. It looks like the "king of clay" could win the singles title for a second time with an improved style of service and huge reserves of energy. Djokovic looks like he may have picked up a significant injury that will hinder him and the Fed, a tennis legend in his own right, poses the question, "Can he live with Nadal who is in such formidable form and has not lost a set yet"? The Fed has succeeded before against Nadal but this time he'll require one of his top performances and great resilience to win it! Intriguing!

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Exclamation Prediction League Week 22 !! Come Back continues !!
Posted by: Beefy 1965 - Yesterday, 00:22 - Forum: West Bromwich Albion - Replies (2)

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Smartass   Bonus ball stays the same
Tongue  Score Ball , .. This is the new free to use Ball , play it on a game that you think both teams will score in ! (Replaces the Insurance ball)
Doh  Gamball, the I can't look image suits this ball more than any other ........

New Scoring System

Incorrect Result =  0 point
Incorrect Result (Bonus Ball) = - 2
Incorrect Result (Gamball) = -3 * changed from -4

Score Ball = 1 added Point if both teams score.  !

Correct Result = + 2 points
Correct Result (Bonus Ball) = + 3 * Changed from +4
Correct Result (Gamball) = +4  * Changed from +8
Correct Score = + 4 points
Correct Score (Bonus Ball) = + 6  * Changed from +8
Correct Score (Gamball) = +8   * Changed from +16

As you can see the incorrect scoring has not really changed apart from a wrong Gamball you now gain a point if you get it wrong, was -4 now its -3.

The Insurance Ball has been replaced completely by the Score Ball. (see above)

The changes only kick in if you correctly guess a result or a correct score,
The Bonus has slightly changed with a correct result down one to 3 instead of 4 points
And a correct score Bonus down two to 6 instead of 8 points
The Gamball where the big Issue was has a huge change, a correct result will now be just 4 points down from 8
And a correct score on the Gamball will be now just 8 points instead of 16 !!
This is a 50% drop on the Gamball thus ensuring people who get lucky with just this one result/score does not affect the predictors who predict well to suffer.
This should also keep things so much tighter and keep the Interest going for most people right to the very end,
Also the third from bottom of the premiership will play off against the third in the table from the Championship to keep even more excitement going, they will have to predict through all the Playoffs and the winner obviously takes their place in the Premier League the following season   Thumb up

Beefy, Bomber, Zinman & SCO   Thumb up

If you do not predict,...........
If in your league everyone scores above zero you will receive Zero points,
However if in your league the person with the lowest score is below Zero (eg -4) you will score -5 and receive your first strike, Remember 3 strikes and you're out.

All scores must be in before MIDDAY SATURDAY,(For The Early Kick Off If Applicable) If the early kick off is missed the rest of your predictions must reach us by 2.45pm or none will be counted.


1/ Zinman
2/ ST Charles Owl
3/ Derby                            
4/ WorldClass
5/ Sanjay
6/ Beefy                                                      
7/ DD *3rd Strike
8/ Amelia
9/ BBB 
10/ MattWBA
11/ Snoots                   

1/ Joker
2/ Spireite
3/ Stairs
4/ Quantum
5/ Baggieone
6/ 4eva
7/ Bomber                          
8/ Twerton
9/ Themaclad
10/ Turkeydinner
I'm almost 100% sure Myself & the Scorers get the scores added up correctly, From time to time over the season we may get now and again get this wrong, SO IN THE EVENT OF ANY POINTS DISCREPANCIES can i ask all you guys to check your predictions and if you feel they are incorrect in anyway contact me Via PM within a week of the TABLES & SCORES being presented and they will be corrected the following week.
Anything later unless it is a Major error will NOT be corrected. It is as much your responsibility to check your scores as much as it is ours to try and score them correctly.
Beefy  Thumb up

Friday 25th Jan

1/ Arsenal V Man Utd  FAC 19:55

Saturday 26th Jan

2/ Brighton v WBA  FAC
3/ Newcastle v Watford  FAC
4/ Portsmouth v QPR  FAC
5/ Shrewsbury v Wolves  FAC
6/ Millwall v Everton  FAC  17:30

7/ Norwich v Sheff Utd
8/ Peterborough V Charlton
9/ Bury v Lincoln

Sunday 27th Jan

10/** C. Palace v Spurs  Doh

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  Grim news
Posted by: themaclad - 22-01-2019, 12:48 - Forum: Cardiff City - Replies (5)

Emiliano Sala feared to be on plane missing in the Channel sad news if true, the player had signed for a record £15 million

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  Arsenal v Chelsea
Posted by: Whitapers - 22-01-2019, 09:35 - Forum: Arsenal - No Replies

2-0, London is Red lol

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  Motherwell v Hibs, Wed 23 January, KO 7.45pm
Posted by: 0762 - 22-01-2019, 01:50 - Forum: Hibernian - No Replies

This is hopefully a good time to play the "Steelmen" after their demoralising Scot Cup exit to Ross County. I reckon Neil will play what he reckons is currently his strongest side that will inflict another defeat on Motherwell and push on positively into the second half of the season. C'mon Hibs!


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