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Old post #151 posted Sep 14th 2020, 18:20:52 Quote 
Busy day tomorrow - triple-header, Cup Replay and the halfway point of the season! Reminders to come shortly.
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Old post #152 posted Sep 14th 2020, 20:39:09 (last edited Sep 14th 2020, 21:24:19 by Bálint Turi-Kováts) Quote 
Reminders were sent, Cup Round 5 draw will begin here at 22:00 GPRO Time.


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1 West Bromwich Albion or Manchester City 12/14-12/13
2 Wolverhampton Wanderers 15-14
3 West Ham United or Cardiff City 12/14-12/12
4 Nottingham Forest or Leicester City 12/16-12/14
5 Bournemouth 15-13
6 Ipswich Town 12-12
7 Arsenal or Southampton 15/15-13/13
8 Liverpool or Brighton & Hove Albion 14/13-13/12
9 Blackburn Rovers or Norwich City 11/12-12/11
10 Huddersfield Town 15-15
11 Watford 13-12
12 Chelsea 16-14
13 Newcastle United 14-13
14 Manchester United or Birmingham City 14/11-12/11
15 Tottenham Hotspur 13-12
16 Preston North End 15-14

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Old post #153 posted Sep 14th 2020, 21:48:15 (last edited Sep 14th 2020, 22:15:04 by Bálint Turi-Kováts) Quote 
The goal is to draw one team every minute, so expect full results at 22:15. The first team drawn will be the Home team of the first match, then their Away opponent will be drawn next time. This will be repeated 8 times until everyone has an opponent. First ball will be drawn at 22:00.

NOT DRAWN YET


Draw has concluded.


Home TeamHRARAway Team
Chelsea 16 12/12 West Ham United or Cardiff City
Ipswich Town 12 13/13 Arsenal or Southampton
Tottenham Hotspur 13 13/12 Liverpool or Brighton & Hove Albion
Bournemouth 15 12/14 Nottingham Forest or Leicester City
Huddersfield Town 15 14 Preston North End
West Bromwich Albion or Manchester City 12/14 14 Wolverhampton Wanderers
Newcastle United 14 12/11 Blackburn Rovers or Norwich City
Manchester United or Birmingham City 14/11 12 Watford


Note that Ratings may change between now and the Cup round, Tuesday graphics will reflect the new, correct Ratings.


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Old post #154 posted Sep 15th 2020, 11:43:06 Quote 
Early bump on this busy Tuesday, 10 hours left for:

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@Lyee Chong (A61) + Cup
@Sagar Abhyankar (P7) + Cup
@Davi Queiroz (R110)
@Richard Robin Paukson (A57) + Cup
@Jed Howorth (R147)
@Chew Kai Wen (P20)
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Old post #155 posted Sep 15th 2020, 19:41:24 Quote 
2 hours 20 minutes to go, 3 missing submissions.
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Old post #156 posted Sep 15th 2020, 22:20:13 (last edited Sep 15th 2020, 22:38:32 by Bálint Turi-Kováts) Quote 
FA Cup - Round 4 Replay


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Underlined rating means the team chose to take 1 rating away from that particular match.

A second chance for everyone in this Round 4 Replay of the FA Cup. West Brom took a forfeit against Man City, a 2-point upset, just like West Ham's 3-2 win over Cardiff. Southampton and Liverpool win the two other all-Premier matches, while Leicester storms through Nottingham. The remaining two matches finished level, the Championship clash of Norwich and Blackburn, as well as Man United's match against Birmingham.

Penalty Coverage

First, Norwich City vs Blackburn. No Premier League reporters were present, only the result was announced just now. After six rounds of penalties, Norwich City win 4-3 and advances, they will play Newcastle.

Now, tensions are high in Birmingham as a Championship side could knock out Man United...

P1: Birmingham's taker shoots Right, Man United's keeper dives Left, GOAL, Birmingham lead 1-0
P1: Man United's taker shoots Right, Birmingham's keeper dives Right, SAVE, Birmingham lead 1-0

P2: Man United's taker shoots Left, Birmingham's keeper stays Center, GOAL, 1-1 tie
P2: Birmingham's taker shoots Right, Man United's keeper dives Left, GOAL, Birmingham lead 2-1

P3: Birmingham's taker shoots Center, Man United's keeper dives Right, GOAL, Birmingham lead 3-1
P3: Man United's taker shoots Right, Birmingham's keeper dives Left, GOAL, Birmingham lead 3-2

P4: Man United's taker shoots Right, Birmingham's keeper stays Center, GOAL, 3-3 tie
P4: Birmingham's taker shoots Left, Man United's keeper dives Right, GOAL, Birmingham lead 4-3

If Birmingham score, they will win the penalty shootout
P5: Birmingham's taker shoots Left, Man United's keeper dives Right, GOAL, Birmingham win 5-3

Round 4 Replay results with Penalty spoilers: https://imgur.com/W7RPhWx

Round 5 Fixtures will only be posted AFTER the Rating adjustment.
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Old post #157 posted Sep 15th 2020, 22:28:43 Quote 
Quote ( Bálint Turi-Kováts @ September 15th 2020,22:20:13 )

just like West Ham's 3-2 win over Cardiff.


Yes! :)
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Old post #158 posted Sep 15th 2020, 22:44:11 Quote 
Well.. De gea is so bad lol
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Old post #159 posted Sep 15th 2020, 22:47:53 Quote 
Premier League Season 5 - Rounds 17, 18 & 19


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A tripleheader to finish off the first half of Season 5 began with a triple Man City no-show. Most high profiles, Southampton, Bournemouth, Burnley, Leicester, Huddersfield and Arsenal managed to tie, while Chelsea won a crucial 14-14 battle against Cardiff. Preston followed them with a 3-1 win over Ipswich, at this point Chelsea led with 38p +13, ahead of Preston with 38p +12. Watford's upset win over Liverpool and West Brom scoring a point vs Southampton are also worth noting.

Round 18 followed with another Chelsea win and this time Preston couldn't keep up, earning them a 2-2 tie against another title hopeful Southampton. Not a direct upset but Cardiff did earn one point with 12 Rating, 11 points against Arsenal, away from home. Chelsea was optimistic after R18, which turned into mild celebration when their halfway first place was confirmed in Round 19. A win over Arsenal was combined with a Southampton-Burnley draw and crucially, Tottenham beating Preston. Ipswich found another huge upset, this time 3 Rating down against Bournemouth, while Wolverhampton defeated Leicester in an exciting 15-14 derby.
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Old post #160 posted Sep 15th 2020, 23:02:05 Quote 

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What a week for Chelsea! They scored the maximum of 9 points this time, while none of their close rivals got more than five. As a result, they are now leading with five points, certainly the biggest lead of the season so far. Additionally, finishing first earns them the 15th Away Rating, they are definitely the title favorites now. But five points in this sport is far from safety. Both Preston and Southampton vastly overachieved their expectations and with another rating the chase will be on for the title. Three more teams are very close to the podium, Burnley, Leicester and Wolverhampton all know what it takes to make it back to the title fight. Another five teams stand on 30-27 points after 19 matches, some are satisfied, some definitely aren't, while Tottenham Hotspur is definitely ecstatic, the freshly promoted team awaits the second half of the season from the Top 10. This might be the time to talk about relegation for the first time, the Top 11 definitely look safe, they are followed by Man United and Cardiff on 23, then overachieving West Ham and Ipswich on 20. It gets even tighter around the red line, Brighton and Liverpool both stand on 16, one ahead of Season 1 Champion Manchester City. Watford and West Brom bring up the rear currently, but both did well in this triple round so anyone can still survive!


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Old post #161 posted Sep 15th 2020, 23:22:55 (last edited Sep 15th 2020, 23:35:30 by Bálint Turi-Kováts) Quote 
This is the half point of the season, which means ratings are adjusted by one point. You either gain or lose one Rating, depending on whether you finished above or below your expectations:


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Deadline for Rounds 20 and 21, as well as the Cup Round 5 is Friday 22:00 GPRO Time.


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Make sure you take a look at your new, adjusted Ratings. In the next few minutes I will send my Rounds 20-29 submissions to Greg, as discussed previously. I'll also send him my Cup Round 5 submission, with one Rating taken off there as always.

Don't forget to take off one Rating from one of your three matches if you're involved in the Cup!


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Old post #162 posted Sep 15th 2020, 23:46:31 Quote 
Quote ( Bálint Turi-Kováts @ September 15th 2020,23:22:55 )

In the next few minutes I will send my Rounds 20-29 submissions to Greg, as discussed previously.


Can confirm that these have been received :)
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Old post #163 posted Sep 16th 2020, 10:12:28 Quote 
What happens to the extra rating if the cup winner relegates?
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Old post #164 posted Sep 16th 2020, 10:14:17 Quote 
Finally a league victory
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Old post #165 posted Sep 16th 2020, 10:26:19 Quote 
Quote ( Richard Robin Paukson @ September 16th 2020,10:12:28 )

What happens to the extra rating if the cup winner relegates?

Haha great question. I'd say the Cup reward could be tied to the manager. So if a manager relegates with a cup win, and for example rejoins for S6 with a Championship-promoted side, he could have 12-13 Rating instead of 12-12. That shouldn't be too unfair I hope.

This also means if the cup winner decides to change teams for whatever reason for Season 6, he can carry over the extra rating to his new team.


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Finally a league victory

Good job, unbeaten tripleheader, through to Round 5 in the Cup, and gained some ground on everyone outside the top 12. :)
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Old post #166 posted Sep 16th 2020, 17:32:35 Quote 
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Lower League Standings after 23/46 Rounds


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The battle for the three Premier League places is as close as expected. With half the season down, Swansea City are leading but tied on points and goal difference with Queens Park Rangers. Blackburn are 2 points behind, Nottingham and Sheffield United are another point off, but the Top 11 are withing 8 points so it's far from over for the midfield.



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There's a little bit more of a separation in League One, Hull City and Portsmouth are leading with 44 points each, five ahead of Fleetwood Town, six ahead of Peterborough United. Bristol are already nine behind, while in this tier the relegation battle looks more open, with 14th to 24th being just six points apart.



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Premier League experience helps a lot in the fourth tier of Fives, seven of the Top 9 have Premier League connections. They are all within six points currently, with Forest Green Rovers leading with 39 points, two ahead of Salford and Barrow. At long last, Carlisle United became the 72nd and last team to win a Lower League match in Round 23.
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Old post #167 posted Sep 17th 2020, 15:51:00 Quote 
The first matches of the second half of the season, Rounds 20 and 21 will be held tomorrow, along with the Cup Round 5. Reminders will be sent in the evening.
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Old post #168 posted Sep 17th 2020, 20:41:21 Quote 
Reminders were sent for Rounds 20 and 21 + Cup Round 5.
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Old post #169 posted Sep 18th 2020, 17:14:18 Quote 
5 hours to go, missing submissions from:

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@Jed Howorth (R147) + Cup
@Davi Queiroz (R110) + Cup
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Old post #170 posted Sep 18th 2020, 21:04:18 Quote 
FA Cup - Round 5


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Round 5 means the teams are playing for a place in the Quarterfinals, while the last of the Championship teams are being eliminated and every clash becomes harder to predict. Norwich and Birmingham fell to Newcastle and Watford, leaving us with only Premier League teams for the rest of the Cup. With two significant upsets, Ipswich and Liverpool sent Southampton and Liverpool home, while Chelsea and Bornemouth beat West Ham and Leicester. This leaves us with two tied results, Preston and the Wolves managed not to lose away from home and now they are the favorites to make it through to the Quarterfinals.


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Old post #171 posted Sep 18th 2020, 21:46:27 Quote 
Premier League Season 5 - Rounds 20 & 21


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The second half of Season 5 started with an Arsenal-Bournemouth tie, then Chelsea got their sixth win in a row. Tottenham got a win against Burnley in a 14-all clash, while Newcastle got one valuable point against Huddersfield, three Ratings down. In Round 21 neither Bournemouth nor Southampton won their derby against each other and Huddersfield won as a 1-point underdog against Leicester.
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Old post #172 posted Sep 18th 2020, 21:48:27 Quote 
So unlucky again... I could have made a draw at Preston :(
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Old post #173 posted Sep 18th 2020, 22:11:26 Quote 

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This is when the main title contenders emerge, as both Chelsea and Preston finish another perfect doubleheader. Chelsea's lead remains 5 over Preston, and they are now 10 points ahead of third placed Southampton. After scoring six, Wolverhampton will try to hop on the title bus, with Burnley rounding off the Top 5.

Deadline for Rounds 22 and 23, as well as the FA Cup Round 5 Replay is Tuesday 22:00 GPRO Time.

Don't forget to take off one Rating from one of your three matches if you're involved in the Cup!


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Old post #174 posted yesterday at 10:32:57 Quote 
Rounds 22-23 and Cup Round 5 Replay reminders will be sent tonight, deadline is Tuesday 22:00.
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Old post #175 posted yesterday at 21:06:32 (last edited yesterday at 21:18:47 by Bálint Turi-Kováts) Quote 
Reminders will be sent ASAP, Cup Quarterfinal draw will begin here at 22:00 GPRO Time.


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1 Chelsea 16-15
2 Ipswich Town 13-12
3 Liverpool 14-12
4 Bournemouth 15-13
5 Preston North End or Huddersfield Town 16/15-14/14
6 Wolverhampton Wanderers or West Bromwich Albion 15/12-13/12
7 Newcastle United 14-13
8 Watford 12-12

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Old post #176 posted yesterday at 21:56:35 (last edited yesterday at 22:13:43 by Bálint Turi-Kováts) Quote 
The goal is to draw one team every 2 minutes, so expect full results at 22:15. The first team drawn will be the Home team of the first match, then their Away opponent will be drawn next time. This will be repeated 8 times until everyone has an opponent. First ball will be drawn at 22:00.

NOT DRAWN YET


Draw has concluded.


Home TeamHRARAway Team
Preston North End or Huddersfield Town 16/15 15 Chelsea
Wolverhampton Wanderers or West Bromwich Albion 15/12 12 Liverpool
Watford 12 13 Newcastle United
Ipswich Town 13 13 Bournemouth


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Old post #177 posted today at 16:09:22 Quote 
6 hours to go, three submissions are missing:

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Old post #178 posted today at 19:08:18 (last edited today at 19:09:00 by Bálint Turi-Kováts) Quote 
FA Cup - Round 5 Replay


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Both matches of Round 5 Replay featured a heavy favorite, who were more even against the underdogs in the first try. But neither Huddersfield nor West Brom could get it done at home and now that they were away from home, no surprises were left.

This confirms the most anticipated match of the season so far, Chelsea and Preston are first and second but only one of them will make it to the Semi-Finals of the FA Cup. The Wolves are definitely the favorites against Liverpool but the other two Quarterfinals are anyone's game and two of Watford, Newcastle, Ipswich and Bournemouth will be ecstatic with their fairy-tale Cup run, guaranteeing themselves a Top 4 at the very least.


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Old post #179 posted today at 19:15:54 Quote 
Premier League Season 5 - Rounds 22 & 23


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Premier League leaders Chelsea kicked off Round 22 with a comfortable win over Newcastle, while Preston couldn't make way for an upset win over Wolverhampton away from home. With that Chelsea's lead is up to seven points over Preston and 10 over Southampton, who win a crucial 14-14 battle against Tottenham. Two other 14-14 matches took place, where Leicester beat Cardiff and Man United defeated Burnley. Watford's second half of the season starts off much better, they are still in the Cup and now they upset Bournemouth. Round 23 was one of the strangest rounds, seven of the ten matches ended in a tie. Only heavy favorites Bournemouth, Preston and Man City won their games, Chelsea did not. They and Leicester both had 15 Ratings and the derby finished 2-2. West Ham and Wolverhampton got their point despite being 2 Ratings down but West Ham topped them with an away point despite rated 12-15 against Southampton.
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Old post #180 posted today at 19:24:29 (last edited today at 19:26:49 by Bálint Turi-Kováts) Quote 

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After a remarkably unremarkable week the Top 9 stays where they were after Round 21. Most of them picked up exactly four points so the gaps barely even changed either. Wolverhampton and Burnley are the exceptions and the Premier League is looking even more like a 2.5-horse race with Chelsea leading Preston by 5, Southampton by 10. Scoring four points means more in the second half of the standings, Manchester United is up to 11th, while Watford stays 19th but closes the gap on Man City and Brighton.

Deadline for Rounds 24 and 25, as well as the FA Cup Quarterfinals is Friday 22:00 GPRO Time.

Don't forget to take off one Rating from one of your three matches if you're involved in the Cup!


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