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Barry and Paul’s Predictions GW13

Barry and Paul’s Predictions GW13

Barry and Paul’s Predictions GW13

Welcome to Barry and Paul’s Predictions GW13. I’ll admit we were feeling a little apprehensive ahead of launching our very first predictions competition last week. Potty’s substantially proportioned footwear are indeed too big to fill; more like clown shoes on myself and my fellow Chuckle Brother’s average sized feet, which is perhaps quite fitting. Thankfully you all embraced the competition, 52 entries was more than we could have hoped for, we even received predictions from the man himself, a real honour, thanks Potty.

Bigpopz was the big winner in GW12! Popz finished on 13pts, enough to see off second placed runners up DMC and Jamie MC on 12 pts each, better luck next time guys! Many congratulations Bigpopz, please contact FF247 at to arrange delivery of your FF247 t-shirt.

Predictably there were a few teething problems. Behind the scenes there was almost a ‘Mugabe style’ coup, questions were raised with regard to the scoring system, for a moment it looked as if things could get messy. Thankfully everything was resolved without incident, but to quell any further unrest allow us to clarify the scoring:

Correct Score = 3 points

Correct result = 1 point

Points are awarded on an ‘either or’ basis, so you’ll either score 3 points or 1 point for a correct prediction, these are never added together for a 4 point score.

In summary:

Correct Score = 3pts
Correct Result = 1 pt
Correct First Game-week Goalscorer = 5pts

The rules are few; 1 entry per person, and all entries must be submitted prior to the first game
of the game-week. Which this week is a Friday. Once all the games have been played, we’ll count up the scores and the winner(s) will be announced in the following weeks competition article.

So just to recap all you need to do is copy and paste the fixtures from below, pop your score prediction on each and then tell us who you think will be the first goal scorer of the week. And that can be from any game regardless of your other predictions.

Here are the fixtures, best of luck to you all!

Friday 24th November

West Ham v Leicester

Saturday 25th November

Crystal Palace v Stoke

Man United v Brighton

Newcastle v Watford

Swansea v Bournemouth

Tottenham v West Brom

Liverpool v Chelsea

Sunday 26th November

Southampton v Everton

Burnley V Arsenal

Huddersfield v Man City

Thanks for reading Barry and Paul’s Predictions GW13

This article was written by Barry and Paul aka Matt and Rosco.

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  1. 49
    Sam10 says:

    Ignore question mark

  2. 50
    constantine says:

    Hey Matt, just a small doubt. The first priority is given to the score and not the result, am i right? Means, if i have two correct scores, I’d get 6 points and not 2/4?

    • 50.2
      Matt says:

      Hey Constant. I have had that argument and was overruled we are going with that Cookie explains.

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