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The tPs Burning Hot Question of the Week

Which of these plucky Premier League also-rans do you think will finish higher:

  • Manchester United (64%, 9 Votes)
  • Arsenal (36%, 5 Votes)
  • Liverpool (0%, 0 Votes)

Total Voters: 14


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The Premier League was back this weekend, and thank goodness for that. No more of this Corsica vs Madeira nonsense, we want something a bit more straightforward. That was pretty much the case this weekend – punters produced a set of predictions that were fairly similar all the way from top to bottom. Take a look at the Scores page and you’ll see a big block of red down the left, and a noticeably less rosy picture on the right. Fortunately most of us were able to lump big points on sides that didn’t let us down.

The most popular game this weekend was at Stamford bridge where Chelsea cruised to a 2-0 win over West Brom. 47 punters took part this weekend and all of them went for the home win. All but 5 put the maximum 10 on the result, and the most popular score prediction was 2-0, so it’s no surprise that the average profit on this game was a whopping 21.47.

Man City gave us the jitters after conceding early in their home game against the Swans. But they came back and took it, much to the delight of the 43 punters who backed them, 33 of whom had 10 on the home win. 15.45 was the average take here. Newcastle vs QPR was the next most profitable game, with punters loving the resurgence of the Zebras under a smug looking Alan Pardew. Again 43 out of 47 backed the home win and we took 8.98 points on average from this one.

So, in all this fun and games, who takes this week’s Amazon prize? Well, thanks to an astonishing finish at the top of the Week 15 table, no-one! Just three points separate the top seven punters! Ricky Smith, Royal Spiders and Trelyons all finished with 64 points, and just above them we have a four way tie at the top – Ade, Alicol, Barnes and Chriscol all notched up 67 points. Brilliant stuff! And, because all but Chriscol correctly predicted three scores, there’s no stand-out Punter of the Week this week. We’ll have a £20 rollover in Week 16, and hopefully some more excellent football too.

— Rob —

Your Predictions

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Game Home v Away Score Poss Win Result Poss Win
1 West Brom v Arsenal
2 Burnley v Aston Villa
3 Liverpool v Stoke
4 Man Utd v Hull
5 QPR v Leicester
6 Swansea v Crystal Palace
7 West Ham v Newcastle
8 Sunderland v Chelsea
9 Southampton v Man City
10 Tottenham v Everton
Total Points Bet:
Possible Winnings:

The tPs League

  Player ScP ReP w15 Total
1 Ian -6 474 43 468 Stays in the same position as last week
2 kp -8 443 58 435 3rd last week, a change of +1 positions
3 flookyflood -48 480 43 432 2nd last week, a change of -1 positions
4 Jono -96 510 49 414 Stays in the same position as last week
5 SteveH -60 456 40 396 6th last week, a change of +1 positions
6 Whistlin Bob -42 436 34 394 5th last week, a change of -1 positions
7 Gripweed -55 433 40 378 Stays in the same position as last week
8 Wainwright -24 402 40 378 Stays in the same position as last week
9 Scoot -63 428 43 365 Stays in the same position as last week
10 ricky smith -58 410 64 352 12th last week, a change of +2 positions
11 chriscol -58 402 67 344 16th last week, a change of +5 positions
12 Kev79 -31 367 43 336 11th last week, a change of -1 positions
13 Bob -56 388 58 332 18th last week, a change of +5 positions
14 Rhys S -102 432 46 330 Stays in the same position as last week
15 Sparky -76 406 43 330 13th last week, a change of -2 positions
16 Adge -60 389 10 329 10th last week, a change of -6 positions
17 Stevemanics -84 411 52 327 Stays in the same position as last week
18 Rob -102 426 43 324 15th last week, a change of -3 positions
19 ade -44 361 67 317 22nd last week, a change of +3 positions
20 alicol -80 395 67 315 23rd last week, a change of +3 positions

ScP=Points from Scores, ReP=Points from Results.

Top Scores in Week 15

Player Points
Barnes 67
chriscol 67
alicol 67
ade 67
Royal_Spiders 64
ricky smith 64
trelyons 64
The Buks 61
kp 58
Bob 58
pubcarparkninja 58
Stevemanics 52
Cam 49
Jono 49
Crouching Hippo 46
Scott B 46
smelling of roses 46
Rhys S 46
Big Willie 46
mrs ninja 46

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pubcarparkninja: Well I for one can’t believe Kev literally believes England are amazing, brilliant and superb. Quite literally. (25/11 21:21)

Kev79: 1) Pretty convincing 1-3 in Celtic for England. Have they turned a corner?
No. they were mediocre. They’re still mediocre. They have mediocre players. They’re beating mediocre competition. The manager is mediocre. The closest they have to world class players are mediocre world class players. Mediocre.

2) What is the most overused word in football reporting?
Its literally got to be literally, a word that literally makes me want to scratch my face off and literally chop off my ears.

3) Teflon Bernie has doubled the points for the last Grand Prix of the season. What is the most obscure points / scoring system that you can remember being piloted in any sport?
Wasn’t tennis going to experiment with something obscure? Y’know, replace a sensible scoring system with love (which means nil), fifteen, thirty, fourty, advantage, deuce, advantage, game. Sounds ridiculous. Thanks goodness they didn’t stick with that, eh? Eh? Oh….

4) Which have publicised their Christmas taste test results this week, what is your favourite Christmas food.
The skin off of a well roasted turkey, pigs in blankets, roast parsnips (which taste rubbish the rest of the year) and lashings of alcohol. Christmas Day – one of the few days when 9am drinking is acceptable.

5) Where have all the flowers gone?
A nice farm in the coutry, Barnes, where the farmer will look after them, with lots of space for them to gambol around in. (24/11 13:33)

kp: …nor just a pair of drawers to keep you out of trouble (22/11 19:17)

kp: Never count on Liverpool to do what you want! (22/11 17:09)

Blue Stu: Like I said, if Liverpool and Spurs both draw 1-1, I will win my weekly match. Easy… (22/11 16:59)