After skipping the Leeds match, the Predictor's League is back. Not only did no one get last week's result correct, but only one person picked Hull to get a goal. Standings are updated below with two games' worth of updates, as I didn't have updated stats for the Hull match. Don't see your name below? That's because you haven't played. Fix that! It's easy, just follow....
Before each game, predict the winner (or you can predict a draw), the final score, and goalscorers. The deadline will be 5 minutes before kick-off.
Predicting the outcome correctly will give you 1 point.
Predicting the exact score will give you 5 points. Failing to predict the exact score but getting the total number of goals correct will give you 1 point, as will predicting one half of the score. If you predict a total of 6 goals or more, you are ineligible to receive points for predicting the correct goalscorers (see below). However, if 6 goals or more are actually scored, the ineligibility will be lifted. This new rule is designed to prevent people from predicting an abnormally high score in order to better their chances of earning the bonus for predicting the scorers.
For each goal scorer you pick correctly, you earn 2 points. You may not pick more scorers than you did goals in order to hedge your bets. (In other words, if you predict a 1-0 score, you can only choose one scorer.)
Standings will be posted each week.
Speaking of those standings:
Robert L. Bishop
Infinity Is An Axiom
Souvik Roy Chowdhury
Prop bet: Within 10 minutes, when is the first goal of the match scored?
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