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  1. Suppose it's only fair if I make my picks a bit earlier this week: Premier League Aston Villa 2-1 Newcastle United FA Cup Fourth Round Cheltenham Town 0-4 Manchester City Brentford 1-3 Leicester City Fulham 1-0 Burnley Manchester United 0-1 Liverpool National League South Braintree Town 0-3 Bath City w/me St Albans City 2-0 Maidstone United Scottish League Cup semi-finals (@ Hampden) Hibs 3-0 St Johnstone Livingston 1-2 St Mirren German Bundesliga Schalke 0-2 Bayern Munich
  2. The results went into the initial post on Sunday night, and an updated table soon followed. Stinky and Vegeta are now level in second spot, just 4 points off the lead. Top scorer Rory moves up a place and further away from danger on a dozen points for the round, but TildeGuy also made it into double figures and is now only 3 points adrift. Only two other participants took advantage to claim bonus points after ultimo sneakily better against his own pick. Although there weren't many exact scores guessed correctly, there was a clear pattern in which outcomes most people got right: wins for
  3. Premier League Sheffield United 1-1 Tottenham Hotspur Liverpool 3-2 Manchester United Spanish Cup Round of 32 Leganés 0-2 Sevilla Peña Deportiva 0-1 Valladolid Navalcarnero 0-3 Eibar Sporting Gijón 1-2 Real Betis Alcorcón 1-3 Valencia Tenerife 2-1 Villarreal Eredivisie Ajax 3-0 Feyenoord Série B Vitória 1-0 Chapecoense w/ultimo
  4. The results went into the opening post on Sunday night, but then it was edited again on Monday once it was confirmed that all but one of the Scottish matches had been postponed until at least the 2nd of February, so all of the picks for those 4 ties are void. I was then able to figure out the table and it turned out scoring was higher than you'd expect from a dozen games since the favourites mostly won. Rory was the worst performer, with Stinky Dad also failing to get an exact score right. They both slip a place in the standings. Briefcase was top scorer, but joint second best participants Veg
  5. FA Cup Third Round Blackpool 3-1 West Bromwich Albion Bristol Rovers 0-3 Sheffield United Exeter City 1-2 Sheffield Wednesday Oldham Athletic 0-2 Bournemouth QPR 0-1 Fulham Stevenage 1-3 Swansea City Stoke City 2-3 Leicester City Arsenal 2-0 Newcastle United Crawley Town 1-4 Leeds United Marine 0-7 Tottenham Hotspur Newport County 2-1 Brighton & Hove Albion Scottish Cup Round 2 Buckie Thistle 0-3 Inverness Caledonian Thistle Formartine United 1-2 Annan Athletic Keith 0-1 Clyde Kelty Hearts 1-0 Stranraer Nairn County 2-3 Montrose
  6. Because our only Sunday match was called off (due to Covid restrictions that don't seem to apply to Newcastle Utd's male team), the results went into the initial post on Saturday night. Said match was a late replacement for Chelsea v Man City which of course went ahead despite the visiting side's many positive tests. Indeed, only one Women's Cup tie went ahead at all in the end and the competition has now been suspended as it's considered "non-élite", which sounds like a call for funding from Tony Khan. Three further games were lost to the weather. Even so, scores were chronically low wit
  7. Just in case anybody's panicking about timings, although this is the New Year week, none of the matches will actually happen tomorrow. It's a normal weekend round. Happy New Year to all! Premier League Brighton & Hove Albion 1-1 Wolves West Bromwich Albion 0-0 Arsenal Championship Preston North End 2-0 Nottingham Forest Wycombe Wanderers 1-2 Middlesbrough League One Accrington Stanley 2-2 Portsmouth Fleetwood Town 0-3 Ipswich Town League Two Barrow 0-1 Exeter City Women's FA Cup Second Round proper Brighouse Town 2-1 Newcastle United Scott
  8. The results went into the original post last night. That was Monday, right? Easy to lose track of the days this time of year. Not much change in the table, partly because we lost 4 matches to a mixture of Covid and Storm Bella. Even so, there should've been more than two players into double figures. Only ultimo and Rory managed it in the end to leapfrog Shy Dad, who (as noted above by the man himself) didn't do all that well. TildeGuy is now 10 points adrift at the bottom, whilst there's no movement in the one-point gap at the top. Of the games that went ahead, those at Loftus Road, Victo
  9. The match at Fratton Park has been postponed due to a Covid outbreak at Pompey. All picks for that game will be void. Today's game in Scottish League One is apparently now a 12:00 start, so @Shy Dad better get his skates on. Could've sworn it was still set for 3pm the other day! The first post has been amended to show both of these changes. All 10 matches for Monday are currently still listed as being on.
  10. Week 17A – Boxing Day Premier League Fulham 1-2 Southampton Arsenal 0-1 Chelsea Championship Coventry City 3-1 Stoke City QPR 1-1 Swansea City League One Portsmouth 2-0 Swindon Town League Two Carlisle United 2-2 Bolton Wanderers Tranmere Rovers 1-0 Bradford City National League Hartlepool United 2-1 Halifax Town Scottish Cup Round 1 Berwick Rangers 3-0 Stirling Albion Scottish League One Falkirk 0-0 Partick Thistle Week 17B – Bank Holiday Monday Premier League Crystal Palace 0-3 Leicester City Everton 1-2 Manchester
  11. If you'd posted 5 minutes later, you'd only have missed one match! Doesn't look as if start times are going back to normal anytime soon though, so you're probably in the clear for the rest of the season. One word of warning though: the next 3 rounds will be mostly games with traditional kick-offs, and the Old Firm derby will probably be featured despite being brought forward to lunchtime. D2Ds, including both of yours, will return in Week 20. Speaking of which, Briefcase got his bet right and exactly half of the other participants wrongly disagreed with him. That didn't net him too much o
  12. So football's as properly back as it's likely to get, so let's make some horrendously inaccurate guesses again! Sign-ups are now closed. The latest table can be found here. This line will be updated with the latest standings and results throughout the campaign. Six of the ten matches are once again one-off cup ties this weekend. I'm sure you all know the drill for those by now. Just one clash each from the EPL and Germany, the latter missing out on a second match because Gladbach against Dortmund was brought forward to Friday night. Plus we're risking a dip into the sixth tier before
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