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The tPs Burning Hot Question of the Week

How will England do in the Euros?

  • Quarters. (38%, 3 Votes)
  • They’re going to win it! (25%, 2 Votes)
  • Semis. (25%, 2 Votes)
  • Losing finalists. (13%, 1 Votes)
  • Not going to make it out of the group. (0%, 0 Votes)

Total Voters: 8


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It’s been a foregone conclusion for a little while now, but not content with cruising to his League Champion title, NBS showed his class by saving a week-winning performance for the final weekend of the season. His 43 point total came from an excellent six correct results and three scores, and, coincidentally, from at total stake of 43 points. Nice! Like most punters he chucked 10 on The Arsenal to beat The Villa and also nailed his 5 point bet on Saints to defeat Palace. He managed to avoid what many of us did – putting 10 points on the abandoned game at Old Trafford. We all got the points staked on this game back, but of course with no profit.

So, when the final action of the day was done, this excellent Punter of the Week performance pushed him to a 116 point victory in the League over Wainwright in second place.

Once again, our top four finishers took away massive cash prizes for their efforts. In addition to the tenner for his week win, NBS wins £50 for finishing top of the league. Wainwright gets £35 for second place, Jono finished third and takes £25, and Flookyflood held on to fourth place and takes £15. Many congratulations to you all!

And thus endeth another cracking season at tPs. We hope you’ve enjoyed taking part as much as we have. We say it each year, but we are always so massively grateful for your participation – tPs would obviously be nothing at all without you all. You’re the best!

We will definitely be back next season, and we hope you’ll join us once again. We’ve got some big plans for next year, and, if time permits, and nice fresh modern new look. Feel free to keep in touch in the forum, especially with the Euros brightening up the summer. Also, if you have any ideas or feedback for tPs, we’d love to hear it.

Have a superb summer – see you in August!

Rob & Ian

Your Predictions

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

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  Player ScP ReP w39 Total
1 nbs -102 1182 43 1080 Stays in the same position as last week
2 wainwright -142 1106 27 964 Stays in the same position as last week
3 Jono -210 1107 15 897 4th last week, a change of +1 positions
4 flookyflood -178 1066 0 888 3rd last week, a change of -1 positions
5 Adge -125 992 33 867 Stays in the same position as last week
6 Kev79 -166 1027 39 861 7th last week, a change of +1 positions
7 scott b -154 992 33 838 9th last week, a change of +2 positions
8 Sparky -130 947 -9 817 6th last week, a change of -2 positions
9 Ian -178 992 36 814 10th last week, a change of +1 positions
10 Scoot -185 990 -3 805 8th last week, a change of -2 positions
11 Rob -241 1027 36 786 12th last week, a change of +1 positions
12 Bob -220 992 33 772 13th last week, a change of +1 positions
13 Stevemanics -142 914 6 772 11th last week, a change of -2 positions
14 smelling of roses -156 923 38 767 15th last week, a change of +1 positions
15 crouchinghippo -190 926 3 736 14th last week, a change of -1 positions
16 Alicol -200 933 23 733 17th last week, a change of +1 positions
17 Whistlin Bob -162 878 6 716 18th last week, a change of +1 positions
18 Big Willie -89 790 -12 701 16th last week, a change of -2 positions
19 pubcarparkninja -224 913 16 689 Stays in the same position as last week
20 Ade -157 842 30 685 Stays in the same position as last week

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

Top Scores in Week 39

Player Points
nbs 43
Kev79 39
smelling of roses 38
Rob 36
Ian 36
Royal_Spiders 33
Adge 33
scott b 33
Bob 33
Barnes 32
SteveH 30
Ade 30
wainwright 27
agentv 26
Alicol 23
nick_cables 17
pubcarparkninja 16
Jono 15
Daniel 15
Gripweed 15

Latest Forum Posts

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Barnes: My Euro 2016 selections nicely finished off the season of errant predictions, equally woeful from start to finish.

I certainly wouldn’t have backed Portugal in the final either. I almost felt sorry for Ron having to limp off with that knee injury. But then I remembered that wink in 2006, and I reached for the world’s smallest violin… At least Queresma redressed the balance of tw4tish hair cuts on display. Frankly I didn’t know who I wanted to lose more.

Poor final. Decent showing from Clattenburg. Only the moths made it vaguely interesting. (11/07 14:11)

Stevemanics: I didn’t think it’d be by Iceland though! (29/06 21:05)

Kev79: Hey, tPs, Steve and I told you that we’d get knocked out in the Round of 16. Glad I didn’t vote in the poll know, that showed you. (28/06 08:59)

nbs: That Croatia winner v Spain has really dramatically changed the complexion of the Euros. I now have France as champions, beating Croatia in the final. England to play and beat Hungary in the last 16, before bowing out in Paris to the French in the QFs, who in turn will edge holders Spain’s conquerors Germany in the semis. Belgium to get to the semis after getting past Portugal and then Wales. Croatia to beat Iceland and Poland en route to their SF defeat of Belgium. (21/06 23:44)

pubcarparkninja: Superb work Barnes, I realise I did put BrewDog in the same train as my Euro 2016 beer requests and yes you’re right that would have been an error. However I am more than aware of BrewDog’s Highland heritage and so seeing them on my World Cup or Euros list is never gonna happen!

Will keep my eye out for your suggestions, great choices Barnes.

I’ll leave the moonshine plum brandy for now.

I am up to 11 bottles at home now, Einstock and Liefmanns fulfilled my Icelandic and Belgian quota yesterday. I need to get at least 50% to save my own sorrow. (08/06 14:19)