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Proper high scoring week this week, and we were a Norwich win away from a perfect ten. Second place FGFC notched up a ridiculous three correct scores and nine results. Had the Canaries toppled the Tractors he’d have bagged a very rare perfect week. Sadly it was not to be, but he’ll be chuffed with 85 points all the same.

The winner this week with a stupendous 94 was Agentv. As so often happens, it was scores that made all the difference. While FGFC out-resulted him, Agentv produced four correct scores, one of which, the 1-0 home win for Palace, he risked 4 points on. This took him out of reach of his peers, gave him a four place rise up the league, and earned him the title of Player of the Week. Well done!

Elsewhere in the league there was no change in the top six places, although Ian stretched his lead ahead of his ma Jennyg in second place. In Sudden Death, Greigy3 plumped for Hull and as such was dumped out of the fight. Three remain.

Rob

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Game Home v Away Score Poss Win Result Poss Win
1 Man Utd v Bournemouth
2 Leicester v Hull
3 Stoke v Middlesbrough
4 Swansea v Burnley
5 Watford v Southampton
6 West Brom v Crystal Palace
7 Liverpool v Arsenal
8 Tottenham v Everton
9 Sunderland v Man City
10 Huddersfield v Newcastle
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The tPs League

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  Player ScP ReP w27 Total
1 Ian -23 1132 76 1109 Stays in the same position as last week
2 Jennyg -66 1161 64 1095 Stays in the same position as last week
3 wainwright -60 1152 79 1092 Stays in the same position as last week
4 Big Willie -94 1142 64 1048 Stays in the same position as last week
5 nbs -75 1110 55 1035 Stays in the same position as last week
6 Stevemanics -84 1119 79 1035 Stays in the same position as last week
7 flookyflood -66 1065 70 999 8th last week, a change of +1 positions
8 Jono -134 1123 76 989 9th last week, a change of +1 positions
9 smelling of roses -128 1114 55 986 7th last week, a change of -2 positions
10 Rob -96 1074 73 978 Stays in the same position as last week
11 Alicol -86 1043 58 957 Stays in the same position as last week
12 Scoot -104 1057 58 953 Stays in the same position as last week
13 Ade -78 1026 58 948 Stays in the same position as last week
14 FGFC -77 1016 85 939 17th last week, a change of +3 positions
15 Gripweed -81 1020 61 939 14th last week, a change of -1 positions
16 Kev79 -97 1036 70 939 15th last week, a change of -1 positions
17 Adge -46 974 67 928 16th last week, a change of -1 positions
18 crouchinghippo -147 1023 73 876 19th last week, a change of +1 positions
19 mrs ninja -97 961 52 864 18th last week, a change of -1 positions
20 Average Chris -109 964 64 855 21st last week, a change of +1 positions

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

Top Scores in Week 27


Player Points
agentv 94
FGFC 85
Royal_Spiders 82
Stevemanics 79
wainwright 79
pubcarparkninja 79
Jono 76
Ian 76
Rob 73
crouchinghippo 73
flookyflood 70
Kev79 70
SteveH 70
Adge 67
katecol 67
Big Willie 64
Average Chris 64
Jennyg 64
Bob 64
Gripweed 61

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tPs: Morning all. We’ve located and removed the offending naughtiness that was causing these occasional new tabs to appear in your browser. Currently the site is nice and clean. We just need to hunt around to see if there’s some code hidden away somewhere that will make it all reappear. Only then will we give ourselves a completely clean bill of health.

On the one hand, this hack seems pretty benign, and of course we don’t store any information on our servers which is sensitive or valuable (your passwords are encrypted so even we can’t see them!), so the impact is pretty low. But on the other hand, we are exactly the same as you in not wanting to be using hacked websites, and as such we humbly apologise for this having occurred.

There’s a brand-spanking-new version of tPs being crafted as we speak which will not be making use of the ever-vulnerable WordPress platform. We’ll get it up and running ASAP! (28/02 09:51)

tPs: Hi all. Yeah, so it looks like something has wriggled into tPs and infected it with grimness. Thanks to those below for alerting us to it. We’re on the case to find and stamp on the offending cockroach. Will keep you informed. (27/02 23:09)

Ian: Ok, this is very odd. Trying to replicate the issue on my laptop… (27/02 22:19)

pubcarparkninja: Right it happens to me on Chrome and IE on a laptop too. Last night was on my iPad in Chrome. Looks like we need https://www.opendns.com/home-internet-security/ here chaps! And home users too! (27/02 12:11)

Kev79: Same thing happened to me when looking at Mini leagues. I went to a different tab for a while, and when I came back not only had the mini leagues been replaced by a gambling website, but according to the history the previous 10 or so sites had all been this same website. (27/02 06:55)