Proper derby bruv…
“Well Done”: It’s tough at the top. Well, aspiring to be at the top. For at least a week…
Thirteen hardy souls duked it out for this week’s spoils with their impressive 30 points-plus totals (yep, even I got carried along in the peloton!). Frankie F smashed home the last two predictions of the weekend to notch up 35 points, Simon Linds grabbed a 9 pointer on the way to 36 points and Gary B, forever the bridesmaid, had two last minute goals earning him 5 points on Monday as he landed 37 points!
All very nip & tuck, but lurking in the background, despite his lowly dwellings this season, we had a player who noticed Arsenal had developed a bit of a habit of stealing last-minute wins from under the noses of Burnley…
Dan Pelgrom 38 (5) has want-away-tight-circle-turning Alexis to thank for his pocketing of Week 9’s “Sonny” as a 92nd minute penalty was duly dispatched on Sunday afternoon – well done Dan, onwards & upwards eh?!
“Benzocaine”: So if it’s “tuff at the top”, can you imagine what it’s like at the bottom?!
Nineteen got 15 points or less with Savan A & Matt W just about scraping double figures albeit with no correct scores. Phew! That’s tough!!
Paul Vinson 9 (0) is feeling it this week….
Correct Score of the Week:
Is it me or is it getting a little bit easier to predict in the last few weeks?…most popular score was Norwich City’s 1-1 draw with PNE – 23 of us got that!
Eleven were all over the Scottish Prem 1-3 to the Dons
9 got the very annoying double last minute spoiling QPR 2 Brentford 2
Six got the dull-all at Tynecastle
6 more got the bore draw between Swansea & Bournemouth
Another six got the thrilling Hull 2 Bristol City 3
4 obviously guessed Lincoln would beat Port Vale 3-1
Simon Linds & Paul C made us all green by happening upon Reading 0-0 Sheffield Wednesday
However, this week’s best correct score goes to Simon Lindsay (him again!) for his mind-the-gap inspired, Southampton 4 Everton 1!
Bet of the Week:
So, the “system” spat out 3 draws that were the most popular among the 97 of you who entered predictions and guess what?!
Barnsley v Leeds (37.51%) – the Yorkshire derby didn’t go our way…
QPR v Brentford (37.51%) – “Never give up on a good thing…”
Reading v Sheff Wed (37.51%) – in like Flynn!
So, £9.18 bagged & now £16.73 on “Bet of the Week” slot 45th!
“Stendhal Syndrome”: Scott Harrison stays top, stretching his lead to a big 22 points ahead of Danny N, who in turn is five points ahead of Ric P in third.
Kate S & Lee F crashed the Top Ten.
“Heel/Heal”: Dan Hogwood drops one place to the bottom, seven points behind Will O, who in turn is five points adrift of Ethan N…
“Divide & Conquer”: Highest climber this week, up a whopping 28 places, is Gary Blackburne – honourable mentions go to Sam A (+23), Chris D (+22), Ryan G (+19), Pab (+16), Neil O (+16), Francesca F (+16) and Lee F (+15).
“Mother”: Falling furthest this week, down a whopping 24 places, is Savan Arora – dishonourable mentions go to Neil M (-21), Rowan M (-18), Rob C (-18), Paul V (-18), Alex R (-18), Mark F (-17), Norman L (-16), Dave N (-16) and Richard H (-15).
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PAS Cup 2018:
In order to be invited to enter the PAS Cup 2018 you will have to finish in the Top 32 after 13 weeks of play. Currently sneaking the last spot is the hip…Harry Hopper!
PAS Champions League 2017/18 Group Stages:
Matchday 5 fixtures can be found here
If you’re at “home” – don’t forget to play your “joker”! Cos it’s, like, an important week?
Dates for your diaries – PAS CL Weeks
Matchday 5 – Week 10
Matchday 6 – Week 12
And Another Thing: “Trevor Nelson likes football…”
Twitter is dead…and so is Instagram! We old skool with just plain pictures…
Take some interesting pics at away games. Or home games. Or some pics of away fans. Or home fans. Or just the match. Or players you’ve met. Anything actually. Food? Beers? Lovely vistas??!
Well, a bit like the Vision-On gallery (ask yer grandad millennials!), we’ll pick the best and post them up on future round ups – so getting clicking!
Don’t send them in the post though – email them over to me! ([email protected])
So who’s next?