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Happy League 2019/20 Week 24 (of 38) - Deadline Saturday 18th January 15.00
at 22:18 11 Jan 2020

Week 23 Results

LEICESTER 1 SOUTHAMPTON 2

Southampton gained revenge for their 9-0 thrashing by Leicester in October. With everybody predicting a win for Leicester no points gained here.

MANCHESTER UNITED 4 NORWICH 0
Manchester United have scored 4+ goals in consecutive home league games for the first time since September 2017. Norwich have now gone nine league games without a win. Well done to durham_exile for being the only one to have this spot-on, and a further 26 got the outcome.

WOLVES 1 NEWCASTLE 1
Seven of the 10 Premier League meetings between Wolves and Newcastle have finished level. 4 got this spot-on, and nobody had the outcome. 22 predicted a win for Wolves.

TOTTENHAM 0 LIVERPOOL 1
Liverpool have now gone 38 Premier League games without defeat. Liverpool have 61 points in the Premier League in 2019-20 - the most any side has ever registered after 21 games in a single season across Europe's big five leagues. 3 had this spot-on, and another 20 got the outcome.

HULL 0 FULHAM 1
Fulham closed the gap on the automatic promotion places with this narrow victory, as they score with only shot on target. 3 got this spot-on, and 4 more had the outcome.

LEEDS 0 SHEFFIELD WEDNESDAY 2
Two late goals, with their only shots on target, gave Wednesday a dramatic victory. Nobody had this spot-on, but 3 did get the outcome. 24 predicted a win for Leeds.

OXFORD UNITED 1 ROTHERHAM 3
A fourth league win on the spin takes Rotherham to the top of League 1. Nobody got this spot-on, though 4 did have the outcome. 20 predicted a win for Oxford

SUNDERLAND 4 WYCOMBE 0
Resurgent Sunderland made it six unbeaten matches by thumping Wycombe. Again nobody had this spot-on, but 17 did get the outcome.

MORECAMBE 1 COLCHESTER 1
Morecambe moved off the bottom of the League Two table after sharing the spoils with 10- man Colchester, who have now gone twelve matches unbeaten. 5 got this spot-on, and 1 more had the outcome. 21 predicted a win for Colchester.

SWINDON 3 CREWE 1
Swindon show they won't miss top goalscorer Eoin Doyle after he was recalled by Bradford. 2 had this spot-on, and a further 17 got the outcome with 12 going for a 2-1 in what was the weeks most predicted score.

Nine of the ten games had a well supported team, but with five failing to deliver, we ended with the worst 10 game week of the season so far, with a total of 146 points. 15 less than the previous worst. Only 18 spot-ons, with half coming from the 1-1 draws at Wolves and Morecambe, meant most members had to rely on the outcomes from Man Utd, Liverpool, Sunderland and Swindon for points this week. Two members did manage to have two 3 pointers, they were Blue4U2 and TheFatGooner who both had those 1-1 draws at Wolves and Morecambe, but it is the former who gets the honour of being the weeks top scorer, as his four outcomes give him a brilliant 10 points. Two outcomes for the latter gave him an excellent 8 points. That same total was achieved by wessex_exile, who did best of those having one 3 pointer, the Wolves 1-1.

In the Premier After two weeks without a 3 pointer noah4x4 was back to form this week, and by having the Fulham 1-0 spot-on he has stretched his lead to 24 points. The largest it has been this season. Outcomes were enough for Sector4 and sevebalo to hold onto the other Charity Shield spots, but they are under pressure now from TheFatGooner, whose excellent week takes him up a couple of places and within a point of the top three. Having the Liverpool 1-0 spot-on keeps mfb_cufc in contention as well. The only other change in this division has Tropical_Us moving up two places, as he was another to benefit from having the Wolves 1-1 spot-on. In the relegation zone, after going 56 games without a 3 pointer TheHappyGooner finally get one with the Fulham 1-0. Another one also for gerry_us, the Swindon 3-1, means the deficit to safety was reduced by 4 points this week.

In Division One A massive week for Blue4U2 as his top scoring effort means after leading by the most 3 pointer rule last week, he now has an impressive 8 point lead. Just two outcomes for Daniel keeps him in the other automatic spot, but the gap to the play-off spots is reduced by 5 points, as basher2010 has the Morecambe 1-1 spot-on to give him a decent 7 points. That same total was achieved by concordman, thanks to having the Fulham 1-0 spot-on, and he moves up a couple of places into fourth. Having the Swindon 3-1 spot-on keeps Lewis_1 in fifth place. In the final play-off spot is blueeagle, and even though he dropped a couple of places, getting the Morecambe 1-1 spot-on means he keeps up his impressive record of having at least one 3 pointer in each of the last six weeks. Having the Liverpool 1-0 spot-on has moved GOSBTS to within 2 points of the play-offs, after he was another to get a decent 7 points. The excellent week for wessex_exile moved him up two places, and puts him well in contention for a top six place.

THE TABLES (166 out of 280 played)
(Tie-breaker: Most 3 pointers, and then the first to post)





Week 24 Fixtures

ARSENAL v SHEFFIELD UNITED
WEST HAM UNITED v EVERTON
BIRMINGHAM CITY v CARDIFF CITY
FLEETWOOD TOWN v SHREWSBURY TOWN
LINCOLN CITY v BLACKPOOL
OLDHAM ATHLETIC v CARLISLE UNITED

Good luck everybody.
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Happy Cup 2019/20 Quarter-finals - Deadline Saturday 25th January 12.45.
at 18:06 5 Jan 2020

Group stage Round 3 Results

FULHAM 2 ASTON VILLA 1

4 got this spot-on, and another 5 had the outcome.

PRESTON 2 NORWICH 4
Nobody had this spot-on, but 11 did get the outcome.

READING 2 BLACKPOOL 2
Again nobody got this spot-on, though 4 did have the outcome. 21 predicted a win for Reading.

WOLVES 0 MANCHESTER UNITED 0
Again no 3 pointer for anybody here, but 6 did get the outcome.

MANCHESTER CITY 4 PORT VALE 1
2 got this spot-on, and a further 25 had the outcome.

CHELSEA 2 NOTTINGHAM FOREST 0
5 had this spot-on, and another 21 got the outcome.

CREWE 1 BARNSLEY 3
Nobody got this spot-on, though 8 did have the outcome. Surprisingly 17 predicted a win for Crewe.

MIDDLESBROUGH 1 TOTTENHAM 1
3 had this spot-on, and 1 more got the outcome. 22 predicted a win for Spurs.

BURTON 2 NORTHAMPTON 4
Nobody got this spot-on, but 5 did have the outcome. 18 predicted a win for Burton

CRYSTAL PALACE 0 DERBY 1
Well done to gsy163 for being the only one to have this spot-on, and just 2 got the outcome. 22 predicted a win for Palace.

After the high scoring Round 2 it was back to reality for the final round of group games with the FA Cup producing its usual amount of shock results. After 47 spot-ons in Round 2, the final group games could only muster 15. Two members did manage to have two 3 pointers, they were mfb_cufc and unitedwhites who both had the wins for Fulham and Chelsea. But the honour of being the rouds top scorer goes to gsy163 who had six outcomes to go with that good Derby 1-0 pick, to give him an excellent 9 points.

THE FINAL TABLES (30 out of 30 played)


The impressive Daniel wins the group thanks mainly to his outstanding performance in Round 2. He adds one more 3 pointer to his total courtesy of the Middlesbrough 1-1. He is joined in the quarter-finals by noah4x4, who confirmed his place by having the Chelsea 2-0 spot-on.


The rounds excitement was saved for this group, as it was the only one where the top 2 from Round 2 didn't remain there after Round 3. The two spot-ons achieved by mfb_cufc clinched the top spot for him, and the other qualifier is gsy163, after his top scoring effort just edged out the unlucky gerry_us, thanks to having that Derby 1-0 spot-on in the final game of the group stage.


The two qualifiers for the quarter-finals durham_exile and burnsieespana lead from start to finish in this group. Both had one spot-on to confirm their positions. Unlucky to lose out was GOSBTS as his 23 points would have been enough for him to qualify in Groups A and D.


Nobody in this group managed to get a 3 pointer in this final round of games, so as in Group C the two quarter-finalist blueeagle and Sector4 both lead from start to finish.

The quarter-final draw is:-

(1) Daniel v gsy163

(2)noah4x4 v mfb_cufc

(3)durham_exile v Sector4

(4)burnsieespana v blueeagle

The Semi-finals will be between:-

Winner of game 1 v Winner of game 4
Winner of game 2 v Winner of game 3

Quarter-final Fixtures

These are one off games no replays. The usual tie-breaker rules apply, most 3 pointers, and then more importantly the first to post. Finally, no more than four scores the same as your opponent please.

BRENTFORD v LEICESTER CITY (12.45)
BURNLEY v NORWICH CITY
COVENTRY CITY v BIRMINGHAM CITY (An interesting fixture as both teams play their home games at St Andrews)
MILLWALL v SHEFFIELD UNITED
NEWCASTLE UNITED v OXFORD UNITED
PORTSMOUTH v BARNSLEY
READING v CARDIFF CITY
SOUTHAMPTON v TOTTENHAM HOTSPUR
WEST HAM UNITED v WEST BROMICH ALBION
HULL CITY v CHELSEA (17.30)

Good luck everybody.
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Happy League 2019/20 Week 23 (of 38) - Deadline Saturday 11th January 15.00
at 20:49 4 Jan 2020

Week 22 Results

SUNDERLAND 3 LINCOLN 1

Sunderland claimed their first home win since the start of November as three first-half goals secured the victory. Well done to Pinault_Noir for being the only one to get this spot-on, and a further 21 had the outcome.

CHELTENHAM 3 OLDHAM 0
Cheltenham's first victory in six matches moved them back into the League Two play-off positions. Well done to MattFlat for being the only one to have this spot-on, though 24 did get the outcome with 9 going for a 2-0 in what was the weeks most predicted score.

MANSFIELD 0 GRIMSBY 1
Grimsby gave new boss Ian Holloway a winning start as they battled to victory despite playing with 10 men for 80 minutes. Just mfb_cufc got this spot-on, and only 2 more had the outcome.16 predicted a win for Mansfield.

SALFORD 1 WALSALL 2
Walsall leapfrogged Salford in the League Two table with victory over their hosts. Only 2 had this spot-on, and another 5 got the outcome. 17 predicted a win for Salford.

SCUNTHORPE 1 PLYMOUTH 3
Teenage striker Luke Jephcott enjoyed a dream return to action with two goals as Plymouth secured back-to-back away victories. Nobody got this spot-on, but 14 had the outcome.

SWINDON 1 BRADFORD CITY 1
Shay McCartan's 89th-minute free-kick rescued a point for Bradford with their only shot on target as League Two leaders Swindon finish with 10 men. That late equaliser was good news for the 4 who had this spot-on, and the 1 who got the outcome. 23 predicted a win for Swindon.

This weeks six games each produced a well backed team, but with only Sunderland, Cheltenham and Plymouth prevailing, and mostly relying on outcomes to give any points, this turned out to be another tough week. Though it could have been a different story if the 95th minute third goal from Cheltenham hadn't foiled the 9 who had them to win 2-0. In the end we had a total of just 9 spot-ons, but the total of 67 outcomes made sure everybody got on the scoreboard. By having the Swindon 1-1 spot-on to go with his good Cheltenham 3-0 pick MattFlat was the only to get two 3 pointers this week, to give him a very good 6 points. Not quite enough to be the weeks top scorer though, as he has to share that honour with three others. They are the ones who came out best from those who got one 3 pointer mfb_cufc who had that good Grimsby 1-0 pick, TheFatGooner who got the Swindon 1-1, and Blue4U2 who had the Walsall 2-1. They all got three outcomes to give them a very good 6 points.

In the Premier Just the two outcomes again for leader noah4x4, but Sector4 could only reduce the deficit by a point, as he was one of seven in this division who solely got their points from the outcomes provided by Sunderland, Cheltenham and Plymouth. Two outcomes also for sevebalo was enough for him to hold onto the final Charity Shield spot. The only changes in this division involved those who got a 3 pointer this week. With mfb_cufc and eagledares both moving up a place, and TheFatGooner moved closer to a Charity Shield spot than he has been all season.

In Division One The lead has changed with Blue4U2 taking over again after two weeks away. But it is only on the most 3 pointer rule from Daniel, who has the consolation of seeing a 10 point gap back to the third. The play-off spots remain the same as the previous week, with the only change in those places has blueeagle moving up a couple of places thanks to having the Swindon 1-1 spot-on. Another to benefit from having that Swindon 1-1 spot-on was GOSBTS, and the solid 5 points he got moved him up anther two places. The only other change in this league saw wessex_exile moving up a place. Well done to oxfcolu for getting five outcomes to give him hope of still making the play-offs.

THE TABLES (156 out of 280 played)
(Tie-breaker: Most 3 pointers, and then the first to post)





Week 23 Fixtures 10 games picked by this weeks guest Lewis_1 who is having a very good first season.

LEICESTER CITY v SOUTHAMPTON
MANCHESTER UNITED v NORWICH CITY
WOLVERHAMPTON WANDERERS v NEWCASTLE UNITED
TOTTENHAM HOTSPUR v LIVERPOOL (17.30)
HULL CITY v FULHAM
LEEDS UNITED v SHEFFIELD WEDNESDAY
OXFORD UNITED v ROTHERHAM UNITED
SUNDERLAND v WYCOMBE WANDERERS
MORECAMBE v COLCHESTER UNITED
SWINDON TOWN v CREWE ALEXANDRA

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Happy League 2019/20 Week 22 (of 38) - Deadline Saturday 4th January 15.00
at 21:40 29 Dec 2019

Week 21 Results

ARSENAL 1 CHELSEA 2

Chelsea became the first team to come from behind at half-time to win away at Arsenal in the league since Tottenham in November 2010. They are also the first team to win five away Premier League games against Arsenal at Emirates Stadium. A great 8 got this spot-on, and 4 more had the outcome.

HUDDERSFIELD 2 BLACKBURN 1
Huddersfield are another team to come from behind to win and end Blackburn's eight-match unbeaten run. 3 had this spot-on, and a further 11 got the outcome.

QPR 1 HULL 2
Hull are yet another team this week to come from behind and win with a goal in the 89th minute. That was good news for the 3 who got this spot-on, and the 1 who had the outcome.

ROTHERHAM 4 PETERBOROUGH 0
Rotherham take advantage of ex U's Frankie Kent being sent off to record a thumping victory, as they end up playing with 10 men themselves. Nobody had this spot-on, but 13 did get the outcome.

WYCOMBE 1 COVENTRY 4
Wycombe lose at home in the league for the first time this season as they were thrashed by a Coventry team getting their first win away from home in the league. Again nobody got this spot-on, though 6 did have the outcome. 19 predicted a win for Wycombe.

NORTHAMPTON 1 CHELTENHAM 1
Northampton's six-game winning run at home came to an end as Cheltenham make it nine games unbeaten away from home. 5 had this spot-on, and another 1 got the outcome. 20 predicted a win for Northampton.

These were the final round of games to decide who would qualify for the Champions League, and they were as tough as any have been this season. Thanks to the late show from Chelsea, with two goals in the final 7 minutes, we did get a reasonable total of 19 spot-ons, but with only a total 36 outcomes, points were hard to come by without a 3 pointer this week. After going 66 games without getting a 3 pointer gerry_us put that unwanted record to bed in a big way by being the only one to get three this week, the 2-1 wins for Chelsea, Huddersfield and Hull, to make him this weeks top scorer with a brilliant 9 points. I won't quote that boring statement of you wait 66 games for a 3 pointer and then like London buses 3 come along at once. Oh sorry I just have. There were two members who got two 3 pointers, they were Blue4U2 who had the Hull 2-1 and the Northampton 1-1, to give him a decent 7 points. Also GOSBTS who got the Chelsea 2-1 and the Northampton 1-1 on his way to very good 6 points. Best of those to have one 3 pointer was oxfcolu who had the Chelsea 2-1, ant three outcomes to also give him a very good 6 points.

Champions League After 21 weeks and 150 games we finally know who the qualifiers are for this seasons competition. They are BFG as current holder. Then the eleven highest point scorers over the two divisions are noah4x4, Daniel, Sector4, Blue4U2, sevebalo, thrillseker, basher2010, Lewis_1, concordman, blueeagle and mfb_cufc. The competition starts on 18th February and will be administrated by wessex_exile on a separate thread.

Happy Cup Just a reminder for those who have yet to post their predictions, the Group stage Round 3 fixtures take place next weekend starting 4th January. All details are on the separate Happy Cup thread.

In the Premier Just the two outcomes for noah4x4 but not too much damage done as nearest pursuers Sector4 and sevebalo both reduce the deficit by 2 points by having a 3 pointer each. In the case of the former the Huddersfield 2-1, with the latter having the Chelsea 2-1. Another to benefit by getting that Chelsea 2-1 spot-on was mfb_cufc. It only moved him up one place, but more importantly it enabled him to qualify for the Champions League as the eleventh qualifier. Having the Northampton 1-1 spot-on moved RSCOSWORTH up a couple of places. At the bottom the brilliant week for gerry_us also moved him up a couple of places, but more weeks like this are required to alleviate that 16 point gap to safety.

In Division One Having the Chelsea 2-1 spot-on made sure Daniel remained top, though the decent week for Blue4U2 reduced his lead by 2 points. There is now a 7 point cushion for the top two, as the four in the play-off spots all struggle for points, but they all do enough to remain in the play-off places and also qualify for the Champions League. The very good effort from GOSBTS has him moving in the right direction again, up two places. The only other change in this league has oxfcolu, with his very good week, moving up a place, and with hope of still making the play-offs.

THE TABLES (150 out of 280 played)
(Tie-breaker: Most 3 pointers, and then the first to post)





Week 22 Fixtures This should have been a guest pick 10 week, but that will now be Week 23 instead, as it is the FA Cup 3rd Round this weekend and those fixtures are for the Happy Cup, and that would not be fair for a guest to pick 10 from the small number of League games. FOR THOSE WHO HAVE YET TO POST THEIR HAPPY CUP PREDICTIONS THE FINAL GROUP GAMES TAKE PLACE THIS WEEKEND

SUNDERLAND v LINCOLN CITY
CHELTENHAM TOWN v OLDHAM ATHLETIC
MANSFIELD TOWN v GRIMSBY TOWN
SALFORD CITY v WALSALL
SCUNTHORPE UNITED v PLYMOUTH ARGYLE
SWINDON TOWN v BRADFORD CITY

Good luck and a very Happy New Year to you all.
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Happy League 2019/20 Week 21 (of 38) - Deadline Sunday 29th December 14.00
at 21:53 21 Dec 2019

Week 20 Results

NEWCASTLE 1 CRYSTAL PALACE 0

Miguel Almiron scored his first goal for Newcastle to give them a late victory, and take their unbeaten run at home to eight games. A magnificent 7 got this spot-on, and a further 13 had the outcome.

BOLTON 3 SOUTHEND 2
Bolton win with their only three shots on target, as Southend fail to hold onto a lead again, in what is very likely to be a League 2 fixture next season. Nobody had this spot-on, but 20 did get the outcome.

OXFORD UNITED 1 WYCOMBE 0
Oxford inflicted only a second defeat of the season on 10-man Wycombe. 3 got this spot-on, and another 5 had the outcome.

PORTSMOUTH 1 IPSWICH 0
Portsmouth remain unbeaten at home, as they beat 10-man Ipswich, who have now gone eight games in all competitions without a win. What a shame. A magnificent 7 had this spot-on and a further 10 got the outcome.

FOREST GREEN 2 SWINDON 2
Forest Green get a 95th minute equaliser, as the came from two goals down. That was good news for eagledares and wessex_exile who were the only ones to get this spot-on, and 8 more had the outcome.

OLDHAM 2 CRAWLEY 1
Oldham come from behind to beat a Crawley team that are now winless in the League since they beat the U's nine games ago. 3 had this spot-on, and another 18 got the outcome with an incredible 15 going for a 1-0 in what was without a doubt the weeks most predicted score.

An intriguing set of fixtures that looked hard to predict - well they did for me anyhow - ended up producing five home wins, and the overall total of 140 points gave us the best six game week of the season so far. This was helped in no small way by the hat-trick of 1-0 wins, that makes it the top result for the season with 21, one more than the 2-1, and five more than the 1-1 in third. A member to take full advantage of those 1-0 wins was Daniel as he had them all spot-on, and with two outcomes he is this weeks top scorer with a brilliant 11 points. This follows on from the 12 points that won him that honour last week, and the 19 points he obtained from the Happy Cup the previous week. A phenomenal run of form probably never seen in Happy competitions before. Six members got two 3 pointers, the ones who came out best with an excellent 9 points each were eagledares, who had the Oldham 2-1 to go with the Forest Green 2-2, noah4x4 who had the 1-0 wins for Newcastle and Oxford, and ghughes11, who had the 1-0 wins for Newcastle and Portsmouth. They all got three outcomes. The other members to have two 3 pointers were concordman, basher2010 and gsy163, All three also had the 1-0 wins for Newcastle and Portsmouth.

Champions League We are now round to the final week of qualifying for this seasons competition, and it couldn't be any closer, it looks certain to be decided on the last of the six games. After looking like qualifying in his own right most of the season, current holder BFG could now be grateful for qualifying as holder. The member in that all important eleventh and final qualifying spot is TheFatGooner with his 91 points. But it is only on the most 3 pointer rule, and with six members within 3 points of that total it all to play for.

In the Premier Could this be a defining week for deciding who is going to be this seasons champ. The noah4x4 lead had been reduced recently, but after an excellent week for him, he has extended it to a seasons best 23 points. Like many in this division Sector4 and sevebalo found it tough going, but they remain in the other Charity Shield spots. After a consistent run of form TheFatGooner moves up three places, and back into the top half for the first time since Week 3. The excellent score for eagledares moved him up a couple of places, but more importantly gives him an outside chance of making the Champions League now. For those in the relegation zone the gap to safety continues to get bigger. At least Colukev finally got off the bottom for the first time since Week 1. The lack of 3 pointers is not helping the cause for TheHappyGooner now going 44 games without one, and gerry_us taking his total without one to 66, but as he pointed out he has incredibly as many outcomes as leader noah4x4.

In Division One We have a new leader with the red hot form from Daniel seeing him reclaim the top spot he last held after Week 12. Four outcomes were enough for Blue4U2 to hold onto the other automatic spot. Another good week for basher2010 takes him up a couple of places to a seasons high third, on the most 3 pointer rule, that means concordman remains fourth. Last weeks leader Lewis_1 has to settle for fifth this week, and the final play-off spot is reclaimed by blueeagle, who again benefited by going 2-1 all games. An excellent week for ghughes11 that moved him up three places, and a decent one for the second week running for gsy163 means both improved their play-off hopes, and gave them every chance of qualifying for the Champions League.

THE TABLES (144 out of 280 played)
(Tie-breaker: Most 3 pointers, and then the first to post)





Week 21 Fixtures With only a batch of Premier League games being played on the Saturday, we go to a rare Sunday for this weeks fixtures. DON'T FORGET THE DEADLINE IS 14.00

ARSENAL v CHELSEA (14.00)
HUDDERSFIELD TOWN v BLACKBURN ROVERS
QUEENS PARK RANGERS v HULL CITY
ROTHERHAM UNITED v PETERBOROUGH UNITED
WYCOMBE WANDERERS v COVENTRY CITY
NORTHAMPTON TOWN v CHELTENHAM TOWN

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Happy League 2019/20 Week 20 (of 38) - Deadline Saturday 21st December 15.00
at 21:22 14 Dec 2019

Week 19 Results

SHEFFIELD UNITED 2 ASTON VILLA 0

United have lost just one of their last 10 Premier League games. Only 2 (blueeagle and wessex_exile) got this spot-on, and another 22 had the outcome, with 12 going for a 2-1 in what was the weeks most predicted score. A missed Villa penalty could have made all the difference for them.

BRENTFORD 1 FULHAM 0
Bryan Mbeumo netted for the fourth game in a row as Brentford moved up to fourth in the Championship. 3 had this spot-on, and a further 11 got the outcome.

WIGAN 1 HUDDERSFIELD 1
Championship relegation rivals play out a draw which helped neither side's fight against the drop. 4 got this spot-on, and 1 more had the outcome. 16 predicted a win for Wigan.

ACCRINGTON 4 PORTSMOUTH 1
Portsmouth's 10-game unbeaten run comes crashing to an end after they had taken the lead. Nobody had this spot-on, but 8 did get the outcome. 18 predicted a win for Portsmouth.

SHREWSBURY 2 COVENTRY 1
Shrewsbury come from behind to get a 91st minute winner. With 6 having the outcome it was a surprise nobody got it spot-on. 21 predicted a win for Coventry.

SUNDERLAND 1 BLACKPOOL 1
10-man Sunderland are now without a win in eight matches, as Blackpool take their unbeaten run to seven. 6 had this spot-on, and 1 more got the outcome. 17 predicted a win for Sunderland.

CREWE 1 MANSFIELD 1
Mansfield eased the pressure on manager John Dempster as they fought hard for a draw.
Just the 2 (GOSBTS and unitedwhites) got this spot-on, and again 1 more had the outcome. 25 predicted a win for Crewe.

NORTHAMPTON 1 FOREST GREEN 0
Northampton recorded their sixth straight home victory with this win. 4 had this spot-on, and another 9 got the outcome.

SALFORD 0 EXETER 1
In-form Exeter made it three wins in as many League Two games. A magnificent 7 had this spot-on, and a further 11 got the outcome.

SCUNTHORPE 2 COLCHESTER 2
The U's come from two goals down to get a draw. How many years since that last happened away from home? As they take their unbeaten league run to six, and bring an end to Scunthorpe's five match winning run in all competitions. Nobody had this spot-on, though 7 did get the outcome. 17 predicted a win for Colchester.

It is the 10 game weeks that produce the significant big scores, but with a number of the well fancied teams failing to deliver, it was never going to be easy this week. Despite that we still had a very respectable 28 spot-ons, and two members did well to have three 3 pointers. They were Daniel who had the 1-0 wins for Brentford, Northampton and Exeter, and with three outcomes he is this weeks top scorer with a brilliant 12 points. Also gsy163 who also had the 1-0 wins for Northampton and Exeter with the Sunderland 1-1, to give him an excellent 10 points. Five members got two 3 pointers of which the best was sevebalo, who made a good decision to go 1-0 all games to give him a very decent 9 points.

Happy Cup The fixtures for the last round of group games are now ready for predicting. All details can be found on the separate Happy Cup thread. As these are the last group games the tie-breaker rules will apply if any members finish on the same number of points. So even though the fixtures deadline is not until the 4th January it could be an advantage to post first.

Champions League We are now only twelve games away from knowing who this seasons qualifiers will be. With BFG qualifying as holder the other eleven places will go to the highest point scorers over the two divisions. That important eleventh qualifying spot is currently held by mfb_cufc with his 86 points, but only on the first to post rule. With four members within 2 points of that score, and another four within 6 points, this looks certain to go to the final game of Week 21 before we know who qualifies.

In the Premier By getting the Wigan 1-1 spot-on, with a rare draw prediction, noah4x4 got his 3 pointers back on track, but his lead is cut again as Sector4 gets a decent 8 points, helped by having the Sunderland 1-1 spot-on. Back into the final Charity Shield spot is sevebalo with his inspired predictions. That was the only change in this division but RSCOSWORTH and Tropical_Us both improved their chances of qualifying for the Champions League with a decent 8 points each. As did TheFatGooner, who was another to have two 3 pointers this week, the 1-0 wins for Brentford and Exeter, to give him a very good 7 points. At the bottom gerry_us takes his run without a 3 pointer to 60 games.

In Division One We have a new leader with Lewis_1 reclaiming the the top spot he last held after Week 5, thanks to having the Exeter 1-0 spot-on. But it is only on the first to post rule, as Blue4U2 has to settle for the other automatic place, after leading for the previous six weeks. Even though he had gone 50 games without a 3 pointer, the impressive number of outcomes had kept Daniel in and around the play-off spots, but he changed that in a big way this week, and his top scoring performance moved him three places and within 2 points of the automatics. Having the Exeter 1-0 spot-on keeps concordman and basher2010 in the play-off places. Back into the final play-off spot is BFG who was another to get two 3 pointers, the Sunderland 1-1 and the Exeter 1-0. A decent 8 points for him and also for wessex_exile in having the Sunderland 1-1 spot-on to go with the good Sheffield Utd 2-0 pick. The final member to have two 3 pointers was GOSBTS who had the Wigan 1-1 to go with his good Crewe 1-1 pick. The excellent week for gsy163 moved him up a couple of places, and kept alive his chances of making the play-offs and Champions League.

THE TABLES (138 out of 280 played)
(Tie-breaker: Most 3 pointers, and then the first to post)





Week 20 Fixtures

NEWCASTLE UNITED v CRYSTAL PALACE
BOLTON WANDERERS v SOUTHEND UNITED
OXFORD UNITED v WYCOMBE WANDERERS
PORTSMOUTH v IPSWICH TOWN
FOREST GREEN ROVERS v SWINDON TOWN
OLDHAM ATHLETIC v CRAWLEY TOWN

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Happy League 2019/20 Week 19 (of 38) - Deadline Saturday 14th December 15.00
at 22:31 7 Dec 2019

Week 18 Results

FULHAM 1 BRISTOL CITY 2

Bristol City ended Fulham's four-match winning run in the Championship. The latest on ex-U's Sammie Szmodics. He is likely to be going out on loan to another Championship club in January. Well done to ghughes11 for being the only one to get this spot-on, and only MattFlat had the outcome. 24 predicted a win for Fulham with 14 going for a 2-1 in what was the weeks most predicted score.

HULL 2 STOKE 1
Hull came from behind to register a fifth win in eight games. A magnificent 7 had this spot-on, and a further 18 got the outcome.

READING 2 BIRMINGHAM 3
Jeremie Bela netted his first goal in English football and set up another as Birmingham triumphed at the Madejski Stadium. Nobody got this spot-on, but 7 did have the outcome.

BURTON 0 LINCOLN 2
Lincoln win for the first time in six League One matches. Well done to MattFlat for being the only one to have this spot-on, and only 2 got the outcome. 24 predicted a win for Burton.

COVENTRY 1 IPSWICH 1
Ipswich missed the chance to close the gap on League One leaders Wycombe to two points after they were held to a draw. A magnificent 7 got this spot-on, and 1 more had the outcome.

EXETER 3 NORTHAMPTON 2
Exeter moved up to second in League Two with a superb win, as both teams scored with their only shots on target. Excellent from Lewis_1 in being the only one to have this good pick spot-on, though a big 23 did get the outcome.

The shock defeats for Fulham and Burton made this a tough week for getting a decent score, but the overall total of 17 spot-ons was a reasonable return, thanks mainly to Hull's 2-1 win and Coventry and Ipswich repeating their FA Cup score from last Saturday. The honour for being the weeks top scorer was shared with Sector4 and blueeagle both having the Hull 2-1 and Coventry 1-1 spot-on, with the Exeter outcome, to give them both a decent 7 points. Best of those who got one 3 pointer was durham_exile who had the Hull 2-1 and three outcomes to give him a very good 6 points, and complete a good day for him after the U's late late win.

Champions League Just three weeks and 22 games to go now before we know who this seasons qualifiers are. The member currently in that eleventh and final qualifying spot is Daniel with his 81 points.

In the Premier For the first time this season noah4x4 has gone two weeks in a row without a 3 pointer, and with the top scoring effort from Sector4 moving him back up to second, his lead has been cut to 18 points. The smallest it has been since Week 8. The final Charity Shield spot is held by thrillseeker, thanks to having the Hull 2-1 spot-on. The only other change in this division has TheFatGooner moving up a place, after getting the Coventry 1-1 spot-on. As we approach the halfway stage of the season the bottom three continue to cut adrift from the rest of the league, and have it all to do to avoid being relegated.

In Division One Three outcomes were enough for Blue4U2 to stay at the summit, but that good Exeter 3-2 pick helped Lewis_1 reduce the lead by a point, as they continue to occupy the automatic spots. Having the Hull 2-1 spot-on keeps concordman in third. Up a place into fourth is basher2010, as his good recent form continues. The top scoring performance from Blueeagle moves him back into the play-off places, and the final play-off spot is still held by Daniel thanks mainly to his incredible 57 outcomes. That good Bristol City 2-1 pick keeps ghughes11 well in contention for a play-off and Champions League spot. Well done to GOSBTS on reaching a half century of outcomes in his first season.

THE TABLES (128 out of 280 played)
(Tie-breaker: Most 3 pointers, and then the first to post)





Week 19 Fixtures 10 games picked by this weeks guest Sector4.

SHEFFIELD UNITED v ASTON VILLA
BRENTFORD v FULHAM
WIGAN ATHLETIC v HUDDERSFIELD TOWN
ACCRINGTON STANLEY v PORTSMOUTH
SHREWSBURY TOWN v COVENTRY CITY
SUNDERLAND v BLACKPOOL
CREWE ALEXANDRA v MANSFIELD TOWN
NORTHAMPTON TOWN v FOREST GREEN ROVERS
SALFORD CITY v EXETER CITY
SCUNTHORPE UNITED v COLCHESTER UNITED

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Happy Cup 2019/20 Group stage Round 3 (of 3) - Deadline 15.01 Saturday 4th Jan
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Group stage Round 2 Results

KINGSTONIAN 0 AFC FYLDE 2

AFC Fylde reached the third round of the FA Cup for the first time. A magnificent 7 got this spot-on, and a further 12 had the outcome.

OLDHAM 0 BURTON 1
6 had this spot-on, and another 11 got the outcome.

PETERBOROUGH 3 DOVER 0
Everybody predicted a win for Peterborough with a magnificent 7 getting it spot-on.

SHREWSBURY 2 MANSFIELD 0
Shrewsbury struck twice late on to beat Mansfield despite playing the final half-hour with 10 men. Well done to durham_exile for being the only one to have this spot-on, though 22 more got the outcome.

WALSALL 0 OXFORD UNITED 1
3 got this spot-on, and a further 14 had the outcome.

BRISTOL ROVERS 1 PLYMOUTH 1
Rovers goalkeeper Anssi Jaakkola saved a stoppage-time penalty to earn his side an FA Cup second-round replay. The 4 who had this spot-on would be grateful for that, and nobody got the outcome. 20 predicted a win for Rovers.

COVENTRY 1 IPSWICH 1
Coventry get a 94th minute equaliser to earn a replay. That was good news for the 4 who got this spot-on, and again nobody had the outcome.

CRAWLEY 1 FLEETWOOD 2
A massive 10 had this spot-on, and another 9 got the outcome.

EXETER 2 HARTLEPOOL 2
Hartlepool fought back from two goals down to salvage a draw. Nobody got this spot-on, and only 2 had the outcome. The other 26 predicted a win for Exeter with 11 going for a 2-0 in what the rounds most predicted score.

NORTHAMPTON 3 NOTTS COUNTY 1
Northampton reached the FA Cup third round for just the second time in 14 years. 5 had this spot-on, and a further 18 got the outcome.

Absolutely extraordinary, I am lost for words. The Happy Cup has been a minefield for finding those important 3 pointers with the unpredictable FA Cup results. But not this weekend, when suddenly the form book meant something. It was a round of games that produced 47 spot-ons, and a total of 250 points. That means we ended with some sensational scores lead by Daniel with an absolutely brilliant 19 points, in what I believe must be a Happy competition record. Those points included having SIX spot-ons, the wins for AFC Fylde, Burton, Peterborough, and Fleetwood, with the draws at Bristol Rovers and Coventry. A special mention for gerry_us in getting four spot-ons, the wins for AFC Fylde, Fleetwood and Northampton, with the Coventry draw, to give him a brilliant 15 points. He got as many spot-ons with these 10 games that he has managed in 122 Happy League games this season. Another member to have four spot-ons was wessex_exile, the wins for AFC Flyde, Peterborough, Oxford and Northampton, to give him an excellent 13 points. Best of the three who had three spot-ons was RSCOSWORTH who had the draws at Bristol Rovers and Coventry with the win for Fleetwood, as he got an excellent 14 points. In total there were 13 members who got a double-figure score in this extraordinary round of games, and sorry if I don't give you all a mention, but well done to you all.


The sensational score for Daniel has made him a long odds on favourite to make the quarter-finals. The race to join him couldn't be closer, with noah4x4 just edging out RSCOSWORTH from the other qualifying spot on the first to post rule. After his decent score ghughes11 remains very much in contention to qualify.


This group couldn't be any tighter with that colossal score from gerry_us taking him to the top, but he is closely pursued by the two other members to get three spot-ons, thrillseeker and mfb_cufc, with the former in the other qualifying spot by virtue of the most 3 pointer rule. With everybody in this group doing well to have obtained a double-figure score after two rounds, it is still all to play for here.


After top scoring in the first round of games durham_exile followed up with respectable 9 points, to make sure he maintained top spot. The other qualifying spot is still held by burnsieespana, but just like in groups A and B it is only on the tie-breaker rule, from GOSBTS, who completed a good weekend by getting a superb 12 points. The excellent score for wessex_exile has put him well in contention to qualify.


The two leaders from the first round of games continue to show the way by getting two spot-ons each. They are now odds-on to qualify for the quarter-finals, with only TheHappyGooner having a realistic chance of catching them.

Group stage Round 3 Fixtures Five fixtures from Saturday and five from Sunday to keep the suspense going. Just a reminder. As this is the last round of the group stage the tie-breaker rules will take place if members end on the same number of points. So posting early may give you an advantage.

FULHAM v ASTON VILLA (Sat 15.01)
PRESTON NORTH END v NORWICH CITY (Sat 15.01)
READING v BLACKPOOL (Sat 15.01)
WOLVERHAMPTON WANDERERS v MANCHESTER UNITED (Sat 17.31)
MANCHESTER CITY v PORT VALE (Sat 17.31)
CHELSEA v NOTTINGHAM FOREST (Sun 14.01)
CREWE ALEXANDRA v BARNSLEY (Sun 14.01)
MIDDLESBROUGH v TOTTENHAM HOTSPUR (Sun 14.01)
BURTON ALBION v NORTHAMPTON TOWN (Sun 14.01)
CRYSTAL PALACE v DERBY COUNTY (Sun 14.01)

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Happy League 2019/20 Week 18 (of 38) - Deadline Saturday 7th December 15.00
at 21:51 30 Nov 2019

Week 17 Results

CHELSEA 0 WEST HAM 1

West Ham ended a seven-game winless run and also ended a run of 13 games without victory at Stamford Bridge. With 27 predicting a win for Chelsea and the other one going for a draw. No points for anybody here.

LIVERPOOL 2 BRIGHTON 1
Victory means 10-man Liverpool have equalled their longest ever unbeaten run in the top flight, having also gone 31 games without defeat between May 1987 and March 1988. Everyone predicted a win for Liverpool, but well done to burnsieespana for being the only one to have it spot-on.

TOTTENHAM 3 BOURNEMOUTH 2
Tottenham have registered back-to-back Premier League wins for the first time this season. Nobody got this spot-on, but 25 did have the outcome.

BRENTFORD 7 LUTON 0
Brentford register their biggest win in 25 years as they get back-to-back wins at Griffin Park for the first time this season. Not surprisingly no 3 pointer for anybody here, though 24 did get the outcome.

LEEDS 4 MIDDLESBROUGH 0
Leeds cruised to a fifth successive win as they go back to the top of the Championship. Yet another game with no spot-on, but 27 did have the outcome with 13 going for a 2-0 in what was the weeks most predicted score.

MACCLESFIELD 1 BRADFORD CITY 1
James Vaughan was Bradford's hero as his header rescued a point at Macclesfield, who finished with 10 men. There was only 2 (Tropical_Us and GOSBTS) who had this spot-on, and nobody got the outcome. 20 predicted a win for Bradford.

Wow, what an incredible week this was. On paper six nice and easy games to predict, but the unpredictability of football meant we only managed a meagre 3 spot-ons. At least the outcomes from the four good things that did win gave 20 members 4 points each. The honour of being the weeks top scorer was shared by the two members who got the Macclesfield 1-1 spot-on, Tropical_Us and GOSBTS who both also had four outcomes to give them a magnificent 7 points. It was a good decision by burnsieespana to go 2-1 all games, as that got him the only other 3 pointer this week, to give him a decent 6 points.
That 2-1 win for Liverpool means that scoreline has now taken over as the top result this season with 17, one ahead of the 1-0, with the 1-1 back in third with 12.

Champions League There are only 4 weeks and 28 games left now before we know who the qualifiers will be for this seasons competition. With BFG qualifying as holder, the member currently in the eleventh and final qualifying spot is Tropical_Us with his 77 points.

In the Premier Another week ticked off for noah4x4 with no damage done to his big lead. In fact he increased it by a point. Despite nine members getting 4 points there were still two changes to positions with thrillseeker moving into the runner-up spot on the first to post rule, and Tropical_Us moving up a place thanks to his top scoring effort.

In Division One Just like the Premier, with a number of members getting 4 points, there is not a lot change from the previous week. In fact that was the case with the top seven. So for the fourth week running Blue4U2 and Lewis_1 continue to occupy the automatic spots. Just the two changes to positions in this league as well with ghughes11 and burnsieespana both moving up a place. The top scoring performance from GOSBTS didn't move him up but it did get him 3 points nearer to the play-offs.

THE TABLES (122 out of 280 played)
(Tie-breaker: Most 3 pointers, and then the first to post)





Week 18 Fixtures We are going to the city for this weeks games.

FULHAM v BRISTOL CITY
HULL CITY v STOKE CITY
READING v BIRMINGHAM CITY
BURTON ALBION v LINCOLN CITY
COVENTRY CITY v IPSWICH TOWN
EXETER CITY v NORTHAMPTON TOWN

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Happy League 2019/20 Week 17 (of 38) - Deadline Saturday 30th November 15.00
at 00:03 24 Nov 2019

Week 16 Results


BOURNEMOUTH 1 WOLVES 2

Wolves are unbeaten in their last eight Premier League games, their longest run in the top flight since February 1974, after beating 10-man Bournemouth. 4 got this spot-on, and another 5 had the outcome.

WATFORD 0 BURNLEY 3
An emphatic first away win of the season for Burnley. Watford have picked up just 8 points from their 13 Premier League games this season - their lowest return at this stage of a top-flight season. Nobody had this spot-on, but 10 did get the outcome.

BLACKBURN 3 BARNSLEY 2
Barnsley have now gone 16 games in the league without a win after this narrow defeat. No 3 pointer for anybody again, though a big 27 did have the outcome.

BRISTOL CITY 0 NOTTINGHAM FOREST 0
City stretched their unbeaten run to five, but failed to find a winner against 10-man Forest in this bore draw. Another game with no spot-on, but 8 did get the outcome.

WEST BROM 2 SHEFFIELD WEDNESDAY 1
Substitute Charlie Austin's 88th-minute penalty earned West Brom victory over Wednesday to ensure that they stayed top of the Championship. That late goal was good news for the 9 who got this spot-on, and the further 18 who had the outcome.

FLEETWOOD 2 TRANMERE 1
Fleetwood win it with their only two shots on target, as they secured their fourth win in five games in all competitions. Another popular result with 10 having this spot-on, and 16 more getting the outcome.

SHREWSBURY 3 BRISTOL ROVERS 4
Having trailed 2-0 and 3-1, Shrewsbury pulled level at 3-3 with their only three shots on target, before Rovers got a late winner. Not surprisingly no 3 pointer for anybody here, though 4 did have the outcome. 19 predicted a win for Shrewsbury.

SUNDERLAND 1 COVENTRY 1
Teenager Benji Kimpioka came off the bench to get a 90th minute equaliser to rescue a point as Sunderland. Only 2 had this spot-on, and 2 also got the outcome.

PLYMOUTH 2 BRADFORD CITY 1
Ryan Lowe's in-form Plymouth Argyle made it three wins in a row with this victory. 8 got this spot-on, and a further 6 had the outcome.

WALSALL 0 STEVENAGE 0
The woodwork denied Walsall a last-gasp winner as Stevenage climbed off the foot of the Football League with a hard-earned point at their fellow strugglers. There were 2 who did well to have this spot-on, and 2 also got the outcome. 24 predicted a win for Walsall with 12 going for a 1-0 in what was the weeks most predicted score.

I will start this weeks update with the sad news of the apparent passing away of Peter Drizhal. Pete was an original member of the Happy League and in his many names of Iowapete, Barsidepete, WessiehomesPete and DCPete won all the Happy competitions. He was the administrator of the Happy League before I took over 6 seasons ago, and I have kept with the format he created, as he did such a good job. There is a separate thread on Pete's passing if anybody would like add their condolences.

After that sad news we move on to how the Happy League went this week. Well it was overall a pretty good one as we went through the 200 point barrier with total points helped a very decent 35 spot-ons. That was despite four games not producing one, but of the six that did, it was all about the popular 2-1 scoreline. That score helped four members get three 3 pointers each. Best of those was eagledares who had the wins for West Brom, Fleetwood and Plymouth spot-on, and with three outcomes he is this weeks top scorer with a brilliant 12 points. Just missing out on that honour was thrillseeker who had the wins for Wolves, Fleetwood and Plymouth spot-on, and mfb_cufc who got 3 points for the wins from Wolves, West Brom and Plymouth, as they both got an excellent 11 points. Finally blueeagle made a good decision to go 2-1 all games, and he was rewarded by having the wins for West Brom, Fleetwood and Plymouth spot-on to give him a superb 10 points.

Happy Cup The fixtures for the Group stage Round 2 are now ready for predicting. All details can be found on the separate Happy Cup thread.

In The Premier After a quite spell that produced only 11 points in the last three weeks, noah4x4 was back in the groove with a superb 10 points, that included having the wins for West Brom and Fleetwood spot-on. With Sector4 dropping out of the top three for the first time this season, it is last seasons runner-up sevebalo who occupies that position again after his very decent week. Back into the final Charity Shield spot for the first time since Week 3 is thrillseeker after his excellent week. After only one 3 pointer in the last 8 weeks mfb_cufc was back to form, and kept in contention for a top three place, and more importantly improved his chances of making this seasons Champions League. The top scoring effort from eagledares only moved him up a place, but also importantly moved him to within a point of the qualifying mark for the Champions League that currently stands at 70 points. For those in the relegation zone there is suddenly a 10 point gap to safety. Only one 3 pointer in the last 10 weeks has not helped the gerry_us cause, and he has less of them than anybody in both divisions.

In Division One Having the win for Fleetwood spot-on made sure Blue4U2 maintained his lead for the fourth week running. In the other automatic spot for the third week in a row after his very decent week is Lewis_1 by having the wins for Wolves and West Brom spot-on. The improved recent form from basher2010 continued this week with a superb 10 points, that included having the wins for West Brom and Plymouth spot-on, and he moves into the play-offs for the first time this season. The biggest move in this league came from blueeagle, up three places, and into play-off contention again. The recent slide down the league from GOSBTS was halted as his decent week moved him up two places. A decent week for unitedwhites hints he may repeat last seasons big turnaround. Having that good Walsall 0-0 pick spot-on helped MattFlat equal his seasons best score.

THE TABLES (116 out of 280 played)
(Tie-breaker: Most 3 pointers, and then the first to post)





Week 17 Fixtures It is the FA Cup 2nd round this week, so we will leave those fixtures for the Happy Cup, and have six from the League. DON'T FORGET TO POST YOUR PREDICTIONS FOR THE HAPPY CUP

CHELSEA v WEST HAM UNITED
LIVERPOOL v BRIGHTON & HOVE ALBION
TOTTENHAM HOTSPUR v AFC BOURNEMOUTH
BRENTFORD v LUTON TOWN
LEEDS UNITED v MIDDLESBROUGH
MACCLESFIELD TOWN v BRADFORD CITY

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