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The tPs Burning Hot Question of the Week

Which is the biggest FA Cup shock?

  • Chelsea 2 – 4 Bradford (80%, 12 Votes)
  • Sutton 2 – 1 Coventry (7%, 1 Votes)
  • Wrexham 2 – 1 Arsenal (7%, 1 Votes)
  • Liverpool 0 – 1 Wimbledon (7%, 1 Votes)
  • Hereford 2 – 1 Newcastle (-1%, 0 Votes)

Total Voters: 15

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Sudden Death

Sudden Death is a bare-knuckle scrap between you and the Grim Reaper.

Select a different team each week to win their game. If they do, you survive to fight again.

If not, sorry, you’re dead!

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Good. Lord. When the winning score is -2 you know something strange has occured!

We have a 3 way tie at the top of the tree this week, and two of those Punters (ScottB and ChrisCol) getting the same number of scores correct means we will have a rollover – so next week someone should win £20 to spend at Amazon.

Meanwhile in the League Ian is restored to the top with a stunning -8, FlookyFlood dropping the ball somewhat with -35 and falling to second. Again, ouch.

In Sudden Death everyone died. Everyone. There’s no nice way to put it. What looked like a nice safe week has ended very messily indeed. All back in next week – hurrah!

The Premier League will be back next week…maybe with a little less hype about how amazing it is?!


Your Predictions

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


  Player ScP ReP w22 Total
1 Ian -19 689 -8 670 2nd last week, a change of +1 positions
2 flookyflood -58 707 -35 649 1st last week, a change of -1 positions
3 Jono -94 737 -29 643 Stays in the same position as last week
4 SteveH -70 689 -38 619 Stays in the same position as last week
5 Gripweed -60 661 -11 601 6th last week, a change of +1 positions
6 kp -35 624 -35 589 5th last week, a change of -1 positions
7 Whistlin Bob -64 648 -5 584 8th last week, a change of +1 positions
8 Wainwright -40 623 -23 583 7th last week, a change of -1 positions
9 chriscol -89 632 -2 543 13th last week, a change of +4 positions
10 Rob -130 671 -35 541 Stays in the same position as last week
11 Scoot -74 608 -38 534 Stays in the same position as last week
12 Kev79 -47 579 -47 532 9th last week, a change of -3 positions
13 Big Willie -58 584 0 526 18th last week, a change of +5 positions
14 Rhys S -133 647 -23 514 Stays in the same position as last week
15 Royal_Spiders -109 619 -23 510 Stays in the same position as last week
16 Adge -75 582 -38 507 12th last week, a change of -4 positions
17 Stevemanics -100 605 -26 505 Stays in the same position as last week
18 pubcarparkninja -86 585 -17 499 21st last week, a change of +3 positions
19 Scott B -65 564 -2 499 25th last week, a change of +6 positions
20 Barnes -72 565 -38 493 16th last week, a change of -4 positions

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


Top Scores in Week 22



Player Points
ricky smith 0
timellis18 0
paveyjojo 0
Tim 0
trelyons 0
Big Willie 0
Cray Reds 0
Stickinthemud 0
hazydame 0
JB 0
njstone9 0
PurpleMonkey 0
The Buks 0
chriscol -2
JennyG -2
Scott B -2
greigy1 -5
Whistlin Bob -5
alicol -5
Ian -8


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Stevemanics: I’m not adding any caveats, I’m basing my decision on the circumstances of the games – as did yours and Stu’s. To discount those would be adding a caveat of “Before the game took place, assuming no other factors such as home advantage or the big team taking a two goal lead, which would be the biggest shock?”

Even then, it would be a very tight call and I would still probably say Chelsea because they’re far better and harder to beat than Coventry or Arsenal were. (28/01 16:31)

Kev79: But Steve, you’ve added a caveat to your assumptions that isn’t in the original question. The question is essentially “Is Chelsea losing to Bradford the biggest cup upset ever?”. No. If the question had been “Is Chelsea losing 4-2 to Bradford at home without having a man sent off having been 2-0 up at half-time the biggest upset ever?” then arguably yes it is. But that’s not the actual question. (28/01 13:41)

Stevemanics: It’s still probably not as bad as us losing 4-0 against MK Dons though. (27/01 18:17)

Stevemanics: Whilst both are good arguments, the fact that Chelsea were 2-0 up at home to Bradford not long before half time and then conceded four – which I believe no Mourinho side had ever conceded before – makes it the biggest shock for me. (27/01 18:16)

Kev79: Coventry were top flight. They won the cup in 1987. In 87-88 they finished 10th. In 88-89 they finished 7th. Sutton were non-league. That wins it for me. (27/01 13:24)