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Harry and Lloyd’s Predictions GW8

Harry and Lloyd’s Predictions GW8 Welcome to Harry and Lloyd’s Predictions GW8. Last week was one for the conservative predictors amongst you; 5 games finished 2-0 and only 2 teams score more than 2 goals. The only real surprise was the Hammers 3-1 victory over Man Utd, few saw that one coming, Jose included. Another landslide victory for Man City was predicted but didn’t come to fruition, and Everton finally kept a clean sheet, scoring 3 goals in the process. Other than that it was business as usual. Which is how it was for this weeks winner; DenPerryDidIt on 18pts. So often top of the weekly competition last season, he also went on to clinch the Joint top spot in the overall league. It could be time for a Harry and Llyod titan to head back to the top! In 2nd place was P...[Read More]

Barry and Paul’s World Cup Predictions Game 5

Barry and Paul’s World Cup Predictions Game 5 Welcome to Barry and Paul’s World Cup Predictions Game 5 – Welcome to Barry and Paul’s World Cup Predictions Quarter Finals. Wow. The Round of 16 was everything we could have hoped for and more. When it comes to football predictions its often prudent to remain conservative, so France’s 4-3 victory over Argentina will have been a disappointment in that respect, but in every other respect it was glorious. In the games that followed only Brazil could muster victory by more than a one goal margin, but there was no shortage of drama as we said goodbye to Portugal, Spain, Denmark, Mexico, Japan (just) and Switzerland. Did I forget anyone? Oh yes of course….. it’s coming home. On to the winners so far! On to the winners! With c...[Read More]

Barry and Paul’s World Cup Predictions Game 4

Barry and Paul’s World Cup Predictions Game 4 Welcome to Barry and Paul’s World Cup Predictions Game 4 – the round of 16. The Group stages ended with a 1-0 defeat for England’s reserves against Belgium’s reserves. Perhaps this was all part of the Gareth Southgate master plan; that is to finish second and secure a place in the ‘easier’ side of the draw, who knows, and quite frankly who cares. The daily rags have an uncanny knack of talking England up or down, depending on how the mood takes them. Talk of who we’ll meet in the Quarters? Jeez, we might not even make them, one game at a time eh lads. Its Columbia (tut!) next, lets hope we can win, if not there will be a certain FF247 writer who will no doubt revel in our demise. On to the winners so far! In Group stage 1 it w...[Read More]

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