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  1. Premier League Bournemouth 2-2 Liverpool w/@AdamTH17 Watford 0-0 Crystal Palace Manchester City 3-1 Manchester United Aston Villa 1-2 Leicester City Newcastle United 2-1 Southampton Norwich City 1-1 Sheffield United Brighton & Hove Albion 2-0 Wolves La Liga Granada 1-0 Alavés Levante 0-1 Valencia Real Betis 3-3 Athletic Bilbao
  2. The results of both the actual matches and our FPL Cup head-to-head clashes went into the initial post on Sunday night. All 5 tables are available to view now as well. In a low-scoring round, best performer Grecian – who was the only player to get more than one exact score – overtakes ultimo, and both of those are now a dozen points ahead of Rory. They're also edging towards lowest scorer MVP RULZ. Nobody managed to make it into double figures this time out. Stinky still leads, but Vegeta is now his main challenger as he's moved up two places into second spot. Briefcase, TildeGuy and myself have all exited the Cup competition. The rest of the participants go forward to the second group phase in a few weeks time. Bad weather put paid to the big North East derby in the Women's Cup, whilst the other tie in that competition produced the shock of the weekend in Aveley... which meant it was a dud outcome as far as we were concerned, because nobody bet on a home win! Much more straightforward away victories for the favoured sides in the men's equivalent were mostly good for at least a bunch of one-pointers. Back in the leagues, a rare home reverse for Burnley caught a lot of people out, whereas yet another defeat for Watford proved fruitful in what turned out to to be Quique Sánchez Flores' last game as manager (unless he returns someday for a third spell in charge). A success on the road for Werder Bremen and a score draw at Carrow Road were more of a mixed bag of guesses, although most participants did rightly think that Dortmund would spoil Jürgen Klinsmann's first match in the Hertha dugout. A new set of fixtures, plus the already promised rearranged D2D, will be up in the first post shortly.
  3. Premier League Burnley 2-1 Crystal Palace Southampton 0-0 Watford Norwich City 1-1 Arsenal FA Cup Second Round Kingstonian 1-0 AFC Fylde Oldham Athletic 1-2 Burton Albion Walsall 2-2 Oxford United FA Women's Cup Second Round Billericay Town 0-3 Gillingham Sunderland 3-1 Middlesbrough German Bundesliga Hertha Berlin 0-2 Borussia Dortmund Wolfsburg 2-0 Werder Bremen
  4. Welcome back, everyone! The results from the weekend of the 9th and 10th of November only went into the original post this past Sunday night, thanks to the extensive board outage. Because it's been a long time since those matches took place, I'm not going to go through them or round up the changes in the table. Instead, a bit of housekeeping: For Week 15, I think the forum went down late enough that all points scored by people who made their picks before it disappeared should stand. I won't list Rory or ultimo as having missed a round unless they want me to. Week 16 was due to be an international round, so I don't think any tears will be shed that it's fallen by the wayside. It was, however, meant to be the last matchday in the first group phase of the FPL Cup, which has now been rescheduled for this coming weekend (Week 18). It's a little more irksome that we lost Week 17 to the æther, as it was meant to be a normal round including someone's D2D turn. That D2D has been rearranged for Week 19. If there are any further phantom weeks caused by Error message disruption, we might have to knock on the head any plans for everybody to have a second go around at their D2Ds in the second half of the season. Fingers crossed for that. In the meantime, a new set of 10 fixtures – plus 6 FPL Cup clashes – will be up in the opening post very soon...
  5. Premier League Leicester City 3-1 Arsenal Liverpool 1-5 Manchester City FA Cup First Round Carshalton Athletic 2-1 Boston United Maidenhead United 0-3 Rotherham United Maidstone United 1-3 Torquay United Nantwich Town 1-1 AFC Fylde Oxford City 0-2 Solihull Moors Stourbridge 2-2 Eastleigh FA Women's Cup First Round Crewe Alexandra 1-2 Barnsley Serie A Sampdoria 0-0 Atalanta
  6. It's the football season, so that means an opportunity to put some numbers next to team names and hope they match the result. This post will be updated throughout the campaign, so do keep checking back here for all the latest. The most recent table update can be found here. Sign-ups are now closed. The player who accidentally sat last week out has been tagged this time, so with any luck we'll have a full house taking part. All the Sunday matches from the EPL make it onto the card, which leaves timings a bit of a mess. Atleti's trip to Villarreal and Chelsea's visit to Everton both miss out by being brought forward, but the Valencia derby survives on Saturday evening. The set of 10 is rounded out by a couple more meetings from Spain. Week 19 fixtures Premier League Bournemouth v Liverpool w/@AdamTH17 Watford v Crystal Palace Manchester City v Manchester United (5:30pm) Aston Villa v Leicester City (Sunday 2pm) Newcastle United v Southampton (Sunday 2pm) Norwich City v Sheffield United (Sunday 2pm) Brighton & Hove Albion v Wolverhampton Wanderers (Sunday 4:30pm) La Liga Granada v Alavés Levante v Valencia (5:30pm) Real Betis v Athletic Bilbao (Sunday 1pm) All games take place on Saturday and kick off at 3pm unless stated. Start times are listed in GMT. ====== FPL Cup First Group stage, matchday 3 GROUP A - Fog Dude 3-8 Stinky Dad GROUP B - AdamTH17 0-0 Shy Dad GROUP C - RoryFice 3-2 TildeGuy~! GROUP D - FailedPromoter 0-1 MVP RULZ Cross-pool play Briefcase 5-9 Grecian ultimo the great 6-7 Vegeta ====== Week 18 results Premier League Burnley 0-2 Crystal Palace Southampton 2-1 Watford Norwich City 2-2 Arsenal FA Challenge Cup Second Round proper Kingstonian 0-2 AFC Fylde Oldham Athletic 0-1 Burton Albion Walsall 0-1 Oxford United FA Cup Second Round proper Billericay Town 2-1 Gillingham Sunderland OFF Middlesbrough German Bundesliga Hertha Berlin 1-2 Borussia Dortmund Wolfsburg 2-3 Werder Bremen
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