Week 15 Results
ACCRINGTON 0 BARNSLEY 2
10-man Barnsley made it four successive wins, with their 94th minute second goal meaning nobody got this spot-on, though 9 did have the outcome.
BURTON 1 COVENTRY 0
Jordan Willis' second-half own goal condemned Coventry to defeat at Burton, ending their six-game unbeaten run in League One. Well done to Blue4U2 for surprisingly being the only one to have this spot-on, and another 8 got the outcome.
SHREWSBURY 3 ROCHDALE 2
Managerless Shrewsbury came from behind to edge this five goal thriller. Nobody got this spot-on, but 16 did have the outcome.
BURY 4 STEVENAGE 0
Four second-half goals give Bury an impressive victory after the lovely Gurtis Guthrie saw red. Another game with no 3 pointer, though 18 did get the outcome
GRIMSBY 1 CRAWLEY 0
A 86th minute winner for Grimsby, that was good news for the massive 10 got this spot-on, in what was the weeks most predicted result, and 4 more had the outcome.
SWINDON 0 CARLISLE 4
Richie Wellens' tenure as Swindon manager got off the worst possible start. Not surprisingly another game with no 3 pointer, and 5 did get the outcome.
Another tough week for those important 3 pointers, with only that late Grimsby winner saving it from being a complete disaster. That gave us a total of 11 for the week, with nobody getting more than one. So the honour of being the weeks top scorer goes to basher2010, as he was the only one to have four outcomes, to give him a decent 7 points. Best of the others to benefit from having that Grimsby 1-0 spot-on were mfb_cufc, TheHappyGooner and oxfcolu, and their three outcomes gave them a very good 6 points.
Just six weeks left now before Champions League qualification is decided, and that final qualifying spot is now held by Daniel with his 66 points.
In the Premier Just the two outcomes for sevebalo, but it was enough to increase his lead by a point from noah4x4, who is back in the arc with another solid week, and he moves back into second. Going 1-1 all games has given RSCOSWORTH a great deal of success, this week was not not one of them, and he drops to the final Charity Shield spot. After Week 7 mfb_cufc was bottom, but a run of consistent scores has seen a gradual rise to fourth. A "mrhappy 1-0" has given TheHappyGooner hopes for survival, though going 1-0 all games would have given them another two points.
In Division One We have a new leader with basher2010 continuing his hot spell by getting a 3 pointer for the sixth week in-a-row. So the good run of leading since Week 1 comes to an end for Colukev, but four good outcomes from going 2-1 all games keeps him in the automatics. Back up to third is oxfcolu after his very good week, and joining him in the play-off spots for the first time this season is medicine_man, whose potion is showing no signs of wearing off.
THE TABLES (106 out of 280 played)
(Tie-breaker: Most 3 pointers, and then the first to post)
Week 16 Fixtures Picked by this weeks guest BFG who kindly stepped in at short notice.
MANCHESTER UNITED v CRYSTAL PALACE
WATFORD v LIVERPOOL
WEST HAM UNITED v MANCHESTER CITY
LEEDS UNITED v BRISTOL CITY
SWANSEA CITY v NORWICH CITY
AFC WIMBLEDON v SOUTHEND UNITED
GILLINGHAM v LUTON TOWN
CAMBRIDGE UNITED v BURY
COLCHESTER UNITED v EXETER CITY
STEVENAGE v MILTON KEYNES DONS
Good luck everybody.
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