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Harry and Lloyd’s Fantasy Predictions GW5


Harry and Lloyd’s Fantasy Predictions GW5

Welcome to Harry and Lloyd’s Fantasy Predictions GW5. It’s just getting silly now. The Manchester and Liverpool results in GW4 proved once again how increasingly difficult this predicting lark is this season, more so than ever before. It was another low scoring week which is no real surprise. Sarriball was the only one to correctly predicted Chilwell as the first goalscorer which netted him 10pts and top-spot for the week. Loud Atlas grabbed a strong 9pts but they were only enough to see him slot into second. Third place was shared by too many to mention who all grabbed 8pts.

And so; Many Congratulations to Sarriball. Please email us here; to claim your prize.

THIS WEEK’S COMPETITION… Scoring couldn’t be simpler:
Correct Score = 3 points
Correct result = 1 point
Correct First Goalscorer of the game-week = 5 points

(to clarify this is who you think will score the 1st goal of the entire GW, not just in any game you choose to pick yourself!)

(Points are awarded on an ‘either/or’ basis, so you’ll either score 3 points for a Correct Score or 1 point for a Correct Result, these are never added together for a 4 point score.)

Tie-Breaker In the event that two or more members are tied as winners for the week the overall winner of the t-shirt will be decided by a tie-breaker. In order to do this, we ask that you also post your prediction of the time that the first goal of the week will be scored at. Nearest the pin wins.

The Rules… They are few; 1 entry per person and all entries must be submitted prior to the first game of the game-week. Kick-off this week comes on Saturday at 12.30 pm. Once all the games have been played, we’ll count up the scores and the winner(s) will be announced in the following week’s competition article and each week our winner will walk away with an FF247 branded t-shirt! ). So just to recap all you need to do is; – Copy and paste the fixtures from below and pop your score prediction on each. – 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) – Add in your time of the first goal of the week for any potential tie-breaker situation.

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

GW5 Deadline is: Saturday at 12.30 pm
Everton v Liverpool
Chelsea v Southampton
Leicester v Aston Villa
Newcastle v Man United
Sheffield v Fulham
West Brom v Burnley
Man City v Arsenal
Palace v Brighton
Spurs v West Ham
Leeds v Wolves

Thanks for reading Harry and Lloyd’s Fantasy Predictions GW5

This article was written by Harry and Lloyd… aka Matt and Rosco. And DMC.



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Fantasy Football 247 League Codes:

This is our main public FF247 League, which anyone is welcome to join and can be accessed using the code below or this auto-join link It is sponsored by Fanteam
League Code: ixe3im


The prize pool for this one is £300. And it is winner takes all.

View league standings

Our Regulars League* for 2020/21 is sponsored by Fanteam The cash prize pool is £1k. The first 10 places are paid out in a tiered system.

To enter this one you need to be an active and recognised site member and you need to e-mail us for the league code :

Our FF247 Cup is also included and attracts a prize of £50 for the winner.

*terms and conditions apply and they are available here Management reserve the right to review membership of this league on an ongoing basis which is dependent upon regular comment / community activity.

All prizes must be claimed within 30 days of the final GW.

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  1. 61

    Damn! I forgot to enter this week.

    I will put in my predictions for the rest of the games if that’s ok.

    Leicester v Aston Villa 1-0
    Sheffield v Fulham 1-2
    West Brom v Burnley 1-1
    Palace v Brighton 0-1
    Spurs v West Ham 3-1
    Leeds v Wolves 1-1

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