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Happy League 2023/24 Week 38 (of 38) - Deadline Saturday 20th April 15.00
at 22:03 13 Apr 2024

Week 37 results

BURNLEY 1 BRIGHTON & HOVE ALBION 1

Burnley failed to get a vital win after a calamitous own goal by goalkeeper Arijanet Muric, who allowed a simple backpass from his team-mate Sander Berge to roll under his heel into the net. A magnificent 7 got this spot-on, and nobody had the outcome. 16 predicted a win for Brighton with 13 going for a 2-1, in what was the weeks most predicted score.

CARLISLE UNITED 0 BLACKPOOL 1
Blackpool kept up the pace in the League One play-off race with a goal after 22 seconds, as relegated Carlisle only had one shot on target. A sublime 5 had this spot-on, and a further 17 got the outcome.

CHELTENHAM TOWN 1 BRISTOL ROVERS 3
Rovers ended a seven-match scoring drought in style with a comfortable win at relegation-threatened Cheltenham. Nobody got this spot-on, but 8 did have the outcome.

LINCOLN CITY 1 WIGAN ATHLETIC 2
Play-off chasing Lincoln saw their 16-game unbeaten run ended by Charlie Hughes' 90th minute winner. Well done to gerry_us for being the only one to have this spot-on, and nobody got the outcome. 23 predicted a win for Lincoln.

SHREWSBURY TOWN 0 WYCOMBE WANDERERS 2
Goals from Luke Leahy and Richard Kone (remember him) earned Wycombe a win against 10-man Shrewsbury, who only had one shot on target. Again nobody got this spot-on, though 5 did have the outcome.

CRAWLEY TOWN 2 COLCHESTER UNITED 3
Tom Hopper scored twice as 10-man Colchester moved out of the relegation places with a spirited victory at play-off chasing Crawley. Nobody had a 3 pointer, but 10 did get the outcome.

CREWE ALEXANDRA 0 GRIMSBY TOWN 3
Grimsby virtually secured their Football League survival with an emphatic win at play-off hopefuls Crewe. No points for anyone from this game, as 22 predicted a win for Crewe, and the other 4 went for a draw.

GILLINGHAM 3 BARROW 0
Gillingham boosted their play-off hopes with a convincing win over 10-man Barrow. A final game this week with no 3 pointer, though 10 did get the outcome.

NEWPORT COUNTY 1 TRANMERE ROVERS 2
Tranmere came from behind to hand Newport a sixth successive defeat. 4 got this spot-on, and another 5 had the outcome.

STOCKPORT COUNTY 2 MORECAMBE 0
Stockport sealed promotion back to League One after a stress-free win. A sublime 5 had this spot-on, and a further 20 got the outcome.

The penultimate week of the season, that produced seven away wins, and five games without a 3 pointer, it was not one for those looking for a big week to make a difference. At least the other five games did achieve a respectable 22 spot-ons, with five members doing well to have two. Best of those were blueeagle, who had the wins for Blackpool and Tranmere, noah4x4, who got the wins for Blackpool and Stockport, Daniel, who had the Burnley 1-1 and the Blackpool 1-0, and finally gerry_us, who got the Burnley 1-1 to go with his good Wigan 2-1 prediction. They each also got three outcomes, to give them all an excellent 9 points, and a four-way share of being the weeks top scorer. The other member to have two 3 pointers was Sector4, who had the Burnley 1-1 and the Stockport 2-0, and one outcome, to give him a decent 7 points. Best of those to get one 3 pointer was concordman, who had the Tranmere 2-1, and four outcomes, to give him a decent 7 points.

U'sual Champions League Just a gentle reminder to the two members who have yet to post their predictions for the Quarter-finals 2nd leg fixtures. With the deadline on Tuesday 16th April 20.00.

In the Premier The decent week for concordman has all but sealed the title for him, as he goes into the final week with a 13 point advantage. After getting 16 points in Week 35, RSCOSWORTH looked a good thing for the other Charity Shield spot, but after getting an excellent 9 points for the second week running, blueeagle has moved up a place, and reduced the deficit to that second place by 8 points, to give him every chance of making that end of season competition. Back in fourth, thrillseeker is going to require a big last week to give him any chance of breaking into that second place. For a number of weeks the mid-table members have had little to play for, except for getting involved in a relegation scrap, and that looks as though that is how it will end. After his excellent week, noah4x4 is going to require something even better in the final week, to give him any chance of avoiding the drop. Another solid week for Moor_Pinot has reduced the gap to safety, but he has now run out of time, and makes an instant return to Division One.

In Division Another excelent week for Daniel, to give him 26 points in the last three weeks, means he has hit top form at just the right time, to all but give him the title. He now has an 11 point cushion back to burnsieespana in the other automatic spot, who had the Stockport 2-0 spot-on, to maintain that place. Having the Blackpool 1-0 spot-on, kept basher2010 in contention for a top two finish, and all but guarantee him a play-off place. Just outcomes for bwildered and BFG, and they remain fourth and fifth. A solid week for Tropical_Us, that included getting the Burnley 1-1 spot-on, moved him up a place, and into the final play-off spot. But it is only on the most 3 pointer rule from Blue4U2. Only outcomes for Lewis_1 and Colukev, but they are the only other ones with a realistic chance of breaking into the top six. The fight to avoid the wooden spoon has always looked like going to the wire, and that is how it has turned out. Solid weeks for Madeira163, wessex_exile and Jorash63 looks to have made sure they won't be holding it. Four outcomes for durham-exile has left him looking over his shoulder, as the excellent week for gerry_us moved him off the bottom again. That has left rookie TheRams replacing him once again.

THE TABLES (270 out of 280 played)
(Tie-breaker: Most 3 pointers, and then the first to post)




Week 38 Fixtures The final games of the season, and just a reminder of a rule for those still involved in Promotion/Relegation/Charity Shield issues. No more than four predictions the same as your nearest rival(s) please.

LUTON TOWN v BRENTFORD
SHEFFIELD UNITED v BURNLEY
CARDIFF CITY v SOUTHAMPTON
STOKE CITY v PLYMOUTH ARGYLE
BLACKPOOL v BARNSLEY
BURTON ALBION v READING
DONCASTER ROVERS v BARROW
GRIMSBY TOWN v SWINDON TOWN
NOTTS COUNTY v COLCHESTER UNITED
SUTTON UNITED v CRAWLEY TOWN

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U'sual Champions League 2024 QF 2nd leg - Deadline Tuesday 16th April 20.00
at 09:47 11 Apr 2024

Quarter-finals 1st leg results

ARSENAL 2 BAYERN MUNICH 2

REAL MADRID 3 MANCHESTER CITY 3

ATLETICO MADRID 2 BORUSSIA DORTMUND 1

PARIS SAINT GERMAIN 2 BARCELONA 3


After the Round Of 16 produced 28 spot-ons, some tough to predict results in those 1st leg fixtures, could only achieve just the one 3 pointer.

THE GROUPS (4 out of 8 played)
(Tie-breaker: Most 3 pointers only)


It was blueeagle who got that 3 pointer with the Atletico 2-1, to give him the advantage at the half-way stage. All other members in this group got the Atletico outcome.


Three outcomes for bwildered, the Arsenal draw, and the wins for Atletico and Barcelona, give him the advantage in this group. The Atletico and Barcelona outcomes have put burnsieespana in the other qualifying spot.

Quarter-finals 2nd leg Fixtures All kick-off at 20.00. No more than two predictions the same as fellow group members, and all fixtures to be predicted at the same time please.

All predictions are the result at the end of normal time, extra-time and/or penalties will not count. If any members are level on points after the 8 fixtures, the tie-break rule will apply. As always in this competition, there will be no first-to-post tie-break deciders, only most spot-ons. If they are still level, then a further tie-break will apply by predicting the number of goals scored in the League 2 programme on Saturday 20th April.

16/04/2024 BARCELONA v PARIS SAINT GERMAIN
16/04/2024 BORUSSIA DORTMUND v ATLETICO MADRID
17/04/2024 BAYERN MUNICH v ARSENAL
17/04/2024 MANCHESTER CITY v REAL MADRID

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Happy League 2023/24 Week 37 (of 38) - Deadline Saturday 13th April 15.00
at 21:52 6 Apr 2024

Week 36 results

LUTON TOWN 2 AFC BOURNEMOUTH 1

Carlton Morris' dramatic 90th minute winner boosted Luton's Premier League survival hopes as they came from behind to beat Bournemouth, who scored with their only shot on target. A super 6 got this spot-on, and 2 more had the outcome.

HUDDERSFIELD TOWN 1 MILLWALL 0
Ex U's loanee Rhys Healey's header in the 94th minutte secured a vital three points for Huddersfield, to take them out of the Championship's bottom three. A sublime 5 had this spot-on, and another 3 got the outcome.

NORTHAMPTON TOWN 2 CARLISLE UNITED 0
Carlisle have been relegated from League One after one season in the third tier, following this defeat. The 94th minute second goal for Northampton means a massive 11 got this spot-on, in what was the weeks most predicted score, and a further 13 had the outcome.

PORTSMOUTH 3 SHREWSBURY TOWN 1
Colby Bishop's double helped a below-par Portsmouth to move another step closer to promotion. A super 6 had this spot-on, and another 18 got the outcome.

GRIMSBY TOWN 1 NEWPORT COUNTY 0
Grimsby boosted their hopes of avoiding relegation from League Two as Danny Rose's goal secured victory, as Newport suffered a fourth straight defeat. A great 8 got this spot-on, and 3 more had the outcome.

NOTTS COUNTY 3 HARROGATE TOWN 0
Notts County won at Meadow Lane for the first time in 2024 as they comfortably beat Harrogate. Nobody had this spot-on, but 8 did get the outcome.

The last 6 game week of the season, and what an incredible one it was, with all the home teams winning, to give us the best 6 game week of the season, as we really did go to town. Late goals in three games put a different complexion on things, to give us those 6 homes, and they certainly helped oxfcolu in a big way, as he got the weeks first four games spot-on, to make him the weeks top scorer, with a magnificent 12 points. Those late goals also did Daniel a big favour, as he had the wins for Luton, Northampton and Grimsby spot-on, and the Portsmouth outcome, to give hin a brilliant 10 points. In a week that produced 36 spot-ons in total, 10 members got two 3 pointers, with the best coming from blueeagle, who had the wins for Luton and Northampton, and three outcomes, to give him an excellent 9 points.

U'sual Champions League Just a gentle reminder to the two members who have yet to post their predictions for the Quarter-finals. With the deadline on Tuesday 9th April 20.00.

In the Premier After having his lead greatly reduced last week, concordman increased it by a couple of points, after getting the wins for Northampton and Grimsby spot-on. The Grimsby 1-0 spot-on also for RSCOSWORTH, but he needed more for title aspirations, though remains favourite for the other Charity Shield spot. A decent week for thrillseeker, that included having the Luton 2-1 spot-on, and the excellent week for blueeagle, keeps them in contention for that second place. The magnificent week for oxfcolu moved him up a coupl;e of places, in what was the only change in this division, and took away any chance of him being relegated. At the bottom, there was a welcome 3 pointer for noah4x4, the Portsmouth 3-1, but with only the Huddersfield outcome to go with it, relegation is looking inevitable. A decent week for Moor_Pinot, by having the wins for Northampton and Grimsby spot-on, looks too late to stop him making an instant return to Division One.

In Division One In what has been a ding-dong battle for the top spot all season, it may have finally been won by Daniel, after his brilliant week has made him odds-on favourite to make an instant return to the Premier. The tremendous recent run from burnsieespana continued, as he got the wins for Huddersfield and Portsmouth spot-on, to move into the other automatic spot. This means the 10 week run in the top two comes to an end for basher2010, as he drops to third. A decent week for bwildered, by getting the wins for Northampton and Grimsby spot-on, moves him up a place to fourth. A decent week for BFG, that included having the Huddersfield 1-0 spot-on, moved him up a place to fifth. Up a place into the final play-off spot, after 12 weeks away from the top 6, is Blue4U2, as he got the wins for Huddersfield and Portsmouth spot-on. After having the wins for Northampton and Portsmouth spot-on, Tropical_Us moves up a place, and to within 2 points of the play-offs. All of this means that by only getting the Northampton outcome, Lewis_1 drops four places, but remains well in play-off contention. Getting the wins for Luton and Grimsby spot-on, keeps Colukev as the only other realistic one of making the play-offs. The rest of the league are fighting to avoid the wooden spoon, although by having the wins for Luton and Northampton spot-on, Madeira163 has made sure it is not likely to be him. After only getting the Portsmouth outcome, Jorash63 continues in free fall, and by dropping another two places, has put him into wooden spoon contention, though with only 20 games left to the season, he should be okay. The final one to get two 3 pointers this week was durham_exile, who had the wins for Northampton and Portsmouth. Getting the Northampton 2-0 spot-on took TheRams off the bottom, where he is once again replaced by gerry_us.

THE TABLES (260 out of 280 played)
(Tie-breaker: Most 3 pointers, and then the first to post)




Week 37 Fixtures 10 games picked by this weeks guest Daniel. The theme is League 2/Division 3 relegation survivors (1998-2023).

BURNLEY v BRIGHTON & HOVE ALBION
CARLISLE UNITED v BLACKPOOL
CHELTENHAM TOWN v BRISTOL ROVERS
LINCOLN CITY v WIGAN ATHLETIC
SHREWSBURY TOWN v WYCOMBE WANDERERS
CRAWLEY TOWN v COLCHESTER UNITED
CREWE ALEXANDRA v GRIMSBY TOWN
GILLINGHAM v BARROW
NEWPORT COUNTY v TRANMERE ROVERS
STOCKPORT COUNTY v MORECAMBE

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Happy League 2023/24 Week 36 (of 38) - Deadline Saturday 6th April 15.00
at 23:54 29 Mar 2024

Week 35 results

BRISTOL CITY 1 LEICESTER CITY 0

Anis Mehmeti's second-half stunner piled more misery on Championship title-chasers Leicester. No points for anyone from this game, as 23 predicted a win for Leicester, and the other 3 went for a 1-1.

HULL CITY 0 STOKE CITY 2
Stoke moved five points above the Championship relegation zone with an impressive victory at play-off chasing Hull, who never had a shot on target. Another game this week with no points for anyone, as 24 predicted a win for Hull, and the other 2 going for a 1-1.

NORWICH CITY 2 PLYMOUTH ARGYLE 1
Norwich strengthened their position in the Championship play-off places, as they came from behind to claim victory. 4 got this spot-on, and a further 20 had the outcome.

QUEENS PARK RANGERS 2 BIRMINGHAM CITY 1
Jimmy Dunne's 92nd minute rocket gave QPR a huge win against fellow relegation strugglers Birmingham in Gary Rowett's first game back as Blues boss. A magnificent 7 had this spot-on, and another 8 got the outcome.

SHEFFIELD WEDNESDAY 1 SWANSEA CITY 1
Wednesday missed the chance to move out of the Championship drop zone after Jamal Lowe's goal earned a point for Swansea. 4 got this spot-on, and nobody had the outcome.

EXETER CITY 1 CHARLTON ATHLETIC 1
Cheick Diabate's 87th minute own goal earned Charlton a draw as both teams edged towards League One safety. A magnificent 7 had this spot-on, and one more got the outcome.

LINCOLN CITY 1 LEYTON ORIENT 0
Substitute Jovon Makama scored a 90th minute winner, as in-form Lincoln stretched their unbeaten run to 14 matches, to move into the League One play-off positions for the first time this season. Only 2 got this spot-on, and a further 21 had the outcome.

BRADFORD CITY 2 TRANMERE ROVERS 0
Bradford ended a four-game losing streak, thanks to second-half goals from Calum Kavanagh and Bobby Pointon. Well done to gerry_us for being the only one to have this spot-on, and another 3 got the outcome.

COLCHESTER UNITED (CITY) 2 NEWPORT COUNTY 1
Jay Mingi's 92nd minute goal gave Colchester a potentially crucial win in their battle against the threat of relegation from League Two. That late winner was good news for the great 8 who got this spot-on, and the 12 who had the outcome, and all U's fans everywhere.

SALFORD CITY 1 SUTTON UNITED 2
Olly Sanderson's double gave relegation-threatened Sutton a third successive victory. Only 2 had this spot-on, and one more got the outcome. 20 predicted a win for Salford, with 11 going for a 2-1 in what was the weeks most predicted score.

After three less than inspiring weeks recently, it was good to finally have one worth talking about again. It didn't start too well with the first two games failing to achieve any points, but the other eight more than made up for it, by producing 35 spot-ons, and easily the best for a 10 game week this season. It was also a week when I getting prepared to announce we had a record individual score, but the 92nd minute goal from QPR put paid to that, and stopped RSCOSWORTH from getting a sixth 3 pointer. Still a great effort from him though, to get the 2-1 wins for Norwich, Colchester and Sutton, and the Wednesday and Exeter 1-1's, and one outcome, to make him the weeks top scorer with an absolutely magnificent 16 points. Most weeks would have seen wessex_exile top score with his brilliant 12 points, but it is an honourable second for him, as he had the Wednesday and Exeter 1-1's and the Colchester 2-1 spot-on, and three outcomes. Seven members did well to get two 3 pointers, with the best coming from Madeira163, who had the Lincoln 1-0 and the Exeter 1-1, and gerry_us, who got the Exeter 1-1 to go with his good Bradford 2-0. They each also had three outcomes, to give them both an excellent 9 points. Best of those to get one 3 pointer was Tropical_Us, who had the Wednesday 1-1, and five outcomes, to give him a decent 8 points.

In the Premier I said last week of concordman, the title was his to lose, and after getting a decent 7 points this week, that included having the Norwich 2-1 spot-on, it should have still been the case. But that was not legislating for RSCOSWORTH having his magnificent week, and reducing his lead to 9 points, and at the same time greatly increasing his chances of grabbing the other Charity Shield spot. A decent week for thrillseeker, that included getting the 2-1 wins for QPR and Colchester spot-on, keeps him third. In fact all positions remain the same as the previous week. A decent week for ghughes11, that included having the 2-1 wins for Norwich and QPR spot-on, should be enough to see him in the Premier again next season. With just three weeks left to the season, noah4x4 needs to find some 3 pointers from somewhere, or he is going to have an unwanted record of being the first member to be relegated after getting more outcomes than anybody in both divisions. He is one more point further from safety now, after oxfcolu had the Colchester 2-1 spot-on.

In Division One With just 26 games left to the season, things are hotting up nicely at both ends of this league. For the twelfth time this season we have a new leader, as the decent week for Daniel, that included getting the Exeter 1-1 spot-on, has taken him back to the top again. He takes advantage of basher201 only managing to have the one outcome. That was still enough for him to be in the other automatic spot, but by only a point from burnsieespana, who closes in on the top two, after another decent week. After having the Wednesday 1-1 spot-on, Lewis_1 moved up a place to fourth. After getting the 2-1 wins for QPR and Colchester spot-on, bwildered also moves up a place to fifth. Four outcomes for BFG means he drops to the final play-off place. It is those 4 points that he has in hand over Blue4U2 in seventh. The decent week for Tropical_Us keeps him in contention for a top six finish, a point further back in eighth. Having the 2-1 wins for QPR and Colchester moved Colukev up a place, but he has only an outside chance of making the play-offs now. I have said a number of times the competition for the wooden spoon this season has never been more competitive, and it reached new levels this week, as only 6 points separate the bottom 5 places. Up three places, to head that bottom 5, is wessex_exile, after his brilliant week. The excellent weeks for Madeira163 and gerry_us moved them both up a place, and in the latters case, took him off the bottom. He is replaced in the wooden spoon spot by TheRams, despite him having the Lincoln 1-0 spot-on. This has been a real roller coaster first season for him. After a slow start, he gradually rose to be 2nd after Week 16. It has been a gradual decline since, to where he is today.

THE TABLES (254 out of 280 played)
(Tie-breaker: Most 3 pointers, and then the first to post)




Week 36 Fixtures After going to the city for last weeks fixtures, we go to the town for the last 6 game week of the season.

LUTON TOWN v AFC BOURNEMOUTH
HUDDERSFIELD TOWN v MILLWALL
NORTHAMPTON TOWN v CARLISLE UNITED
PORTSMOUTH v SHREWSBURY TOWN
GRIMSBY TOWN v NEWPORT COUNTY
NOTTS COUNTY v HARROGATE TOWN

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U'sual Champions League 2024 QF 1st leg - Deadline Tuesday 9th April 20.00
at 11:20 28 Mar 2024

A recap on how the Round Of 16 finished

Round Of 16 1st leg results

FC COPENHAGEN 1 MANCHESTER CITY 3

RB LEIPZIG 0 REAL MADRID 1

LAZIO 1 BAYERN MUNICH 0

PARIS SAINT-GERMAIN 2 REAL SOCIEDAD 0

INTER MILAN 1 ATHLETICO MADRID 0

PSV EINDHOVEN 1 BORUSSIA DORTMUND 1

FC PORTO 1 ARSENAL 0

NAPOLI 1 BARCELONA 1

Round Of 16 2nd leg results

BAYERN MUNICH 3 LAZIO 0

(Agg 3-1)

REAL SOCIEDAD 1 PARIS SAINT-GERMAIN 2
(Agg 1-4)

MANCHESTER CITY 3 FC COPENHAGEN 1
(Agg 6-2)

REAL MADRID 1 RB LEIPZIG 1
(Agg 2-1)

ARSENAL 1 FC PORTO 0
(Agg 1-1 AET Arsenal won 4-2 on penalties)

BARCELONA 3 NAPOLI 1
(Agg 4-2)

ATLETICO MADRID 2 INTER MILAN 1
(Agg 2-2 AET Atletico Madrid won 3-2 on penalties)

BORUSSIA DORTMUND 2 PSV EINDHOVEN 0
(Agg 3-1)

A big 28 spot-ons from those 16 fixtures gave plenty of points for everyone, and this is how the Groups finished.

THE GROUPS (16 out of 16 played)
(Tie-breaker: Most 3 pointers and then how many goals will be scored in League 2 on Saturday 23rd March)




After the tie-break burnsieespana finished 1st, and thrillseeker second.


After the tie-break concordman qualified for the Quarter-finals.



This is how the Groups look for the Quarter-finals:




Quarter-finals 1st leg Fixtures All kick-off at 20.00. No more than two predictions the same as fellow group members, and all fixtures to be predicted at the same time please.

09/04/2024 ARSENAL v BAYERN MUNICH
09/04/2024 REAL MADRID v MANCHESTER CITY
10/04/2024 ATLETICO MADRID v BORUSSIA DORTMUND
10/04/2024 PARIS SAINT GERMAIN v BARCELONA

There is a quick turnaound for the 2nd leg fixtures, and they will be on a separate thread on Thursday 11th April.

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Happy League 2023/24 Week 35 (of 38) - Deadline Good Friday 29th March 12.30
at 20:47 23 Mar 2024

Week 34 results

BURTON ALBION 0 PORT VALE 1

Ex-U's target Ryan Loft scored late on to give Port Vale a crucial victory, and end their 14-game winless run. No points for anybody from this game, as 17 predicted a win for Burton, and the other 9 went for a 1-1.

CARLISLE UNITED 2 STEVENAGE 2
Terence Vancooten's 96th-minute leveller saw Stevenage bravely battle back from two goals down to salvage a draw with bottom-of-the-table Carlisle. Nobody had this spot-on, but 5 did get the outcome. 16 predicted a win for Stevenage.

NORTHAMPTON TOWN 1 DERBY COUNTY 0
Derby's promotion hopes were dealt a major blow as they suffered a narrow defeat at mid-table Northampton, who got a first win in six games. Another game that produced no points, as 25 predicted a win for Derby, and one other went for a 2-2.

CREWE ALEXANDRA 1 AFC WIMBLEDON 1
These promotion hopefuls had to settle for a point apiece, after Wimbledon had taken the lead with what turned out to be their only shot on target. 4 had this spot-on, and nobody got the outcome. 17 predicted a win for Crewe, with 12 going for a 2-1 in what was the weeks most predicted score.

DONCASTER ROVERS 2 FOREST GREEN ROVERS 0
Doncaster collected a third successive league win as they saw off struggling Forest Green, who never had a shot on target. A superb 9 got this spot-on, and a further 14 had the outcome.

TRANMERE ROVERS 1 CRAWLEY TOWN 3
Crawley moved into the League Two play-off places with a clinical win, as they scored with their only three shots on target. A final game this week with no 3 pointer, though 3 did get the outcome. 20 predicted a win for Tranmere.

After last week produced the worst one of the season so far, it was resonable to assume things would be better this week. They were, but only to a small extent, as it was all due to Doncaster's 2-0 win achieving 41 of the weeks total 61 points. These maybe hard times for predicting football matches, but for one member it is no trouble at all, as for the second week running, burnsieespana was the only one to get two 3 pointers, in the case of this week, the only two games to have one. Also for the second week in a row he is the weeks top scorer, with a decent 6 points. Best of those to have one 3 pointer was basher2010, who got the Crewe 1-1 and two outcomes, to give him a solid 5 points.

In the Premier Although he only got two outcomes for the second week running, but just like last week it was enough for concordman to increase his lead by a point. With only 36 games left to the season, the title is now his to lose, but the race for the other Charity Shield spot is really hotting up, with 2nd to 4th only being divided by the tie-breaker rules. A useful 4 points for RSCOSWORTH, that included having the Crewe 1-1 spot-on, moved him up a couple of places, to a season high second, that continued his good second-half to the season form, that has seen him rise from 9th after Week 19. He is ahead of thrillseeker on the most 3 pointer rule, as he remains third. The late equaliser for Stevenage was bad news for blueeagle, as he had Carlisle to win 2-1, and after spending the last eight weeks in second, he drops to fourth this week. The rest of the division remains the same as the previous week, but at the bottom, by getting the Doncaster 2-0 spot-on, noah4x4 has reduced the gap to safety to a manageable 6 points.

In Division One After needing tie-breaker rules to remain top for the last two weeks, the sloid 5 points for basher2010 has given him a 2 point lead this week from Daniel, who had the Doncaster 2-0 spot-on to keep in touch. The top scoring performance from burnsieespana moved him up another two places to third. This equals his season high position, he last held in Week 24. A useful 4 points for BFG, that included having the Crewe 1-1 spot-on, keeps him in fourth. Just the one outcome for Lewis_1, and he drops two to fifth. Getting the Doncaster 2-0 spot-on made sure of bwildered remaining in the final play-off place. The battle to avoid the wooden spoon is the best I have ever known, and it could go to the final game before it is decided, as durham_exile, TheRams, Madeira163 and gerry_us all had the Doncaster2-0 spot-on, in an effort to avoid it.

THE TABLES (244 out of 280 played)
(Tie-breaker: Most 3 pointers, and then the first to post)




Week 35 Fixtures 10 games picked by this weeks guest wessex_exile, who as an homage to our city status, picked ten games involving one or more cities in the UK. Don't forget it is Friday this week, with a 12.30 deadline.

BRISTOL CITY v LEICESTER CITY (12.30)
HULL CITY v STOKE CITY
NORWICH CITY v PLYMOUTH ARGYLE
QUEENS PARK RANGERS v BIRMINGHAM CITY
SHEFFIELD WEDNESDAY v SWANSEA CITY
EXETER CITY v CHARLTON ATHLETIC
LINCOLN CITY v LEYTON ORIENT
BRADFORD CITY v TRANMERE ROVERS
COLCHESTER UNITED (CITY) v NEWPORT COUNTY
SALFORD CITY v SUTTON UNITED

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Happy League 2023/24 Week 34 (of 38) - Deadline Saturday 23rd March 15.00
at 23:35 16 Mar 2024

Week 33 results

BURNLEY 2 BRENTFORD 1

Only a second home win this season for Burnley as they boosted their slim hopes of Premier League survival against 10-man Brentford. Only thrillseeker and burnsieespana got this spot-on, and nobody had the outcome. 17 predicted a win for Brentford.

MIDDLESBROUGH 0 BLACKBURN ROVERS 0
Middlesbrough and Blackburn fought out a bore draw in the Championship - a result that helped neither side. Nobody had this spot-on, but 3 did get the outcome. The other 23 predicted a win for Middlesbrough, with 10 going for a 2-1 in what was equally the weeks most predicted score.

ROTHERHAM UNITED 0 HUDDERSFIELD TOWN 0
Rock bottom Rotherham claimed their first point in 10 games as they battled to a bore draw against 10-man Huddersfield, and only managing one shot on target in the process. Well done to Blue4U2 for being the only one to get this spot-on, and another 5 had the outcome.

DERBY COUNTY 1 BOLTON WANDERERS 0
Kane Wilson's header gave Derby victory over their promotion rivals, In front of over 32,000, the biggest attendance in League One this season. 3 had this spot-on, and a further 13 got the outcome, with 10 going for a 2-1 in what was the weeks other most predicted score.

PETERBOROUGH UNITED 0 PORTSMOUTH 1
Portsmouth took another big step towards the League One title with a vital victory at promotion rivals Peterborough, who only had one shot on target. Only oxfcolu and TheRams got this spot-on, and another 5 had the outcome.

ACCRINGTON STANLEY 2 NOTTS COUNTY 2
Notts County halted a run of five successive defeats but had to settle for a point, as Accrington twice came from behind to get a draw. Nobody had this spot-on, though 6 did get the outcome.

What an abysmal week this was, and by 12 points it was easily the worst one in the season so far. It could have been worse, as the two bore draws was on the way to being four, until the late goals for Derby and Portsmouth. Only 8 spot-ons in total, so burnsieespana did well to be the only one to get 2 of them, the wins for Burnley and Derby, and the Rotherham outcome, to make him the weeks top scorer with a decent 7 points. Best of those to have one 3 pointer was Blue4U2, who got that good Rotherham 0-0 prediction, and three outcomes, to give him a decent 6 points. Even though the 1-1 has easily been the top result so far this season, draws overall have fallen below the usual 25% average. That is until the last two weeks, where 8 in the 12 games, has brought them back to the 25%. In fact with more goals being scored, meaning less 1-0's, and what seems like more unpredictable results, we are back to historic levels with overall results. The 238 games have finished with 96 (40.34%) homes, 82 (34.45%) aways, and 60 (25.21%) draws.

In the Premier Another low scoring week is good news for concordman, as it is another 6 games ticked off, where it is difficult for his lead to be cut. In fact his two outcomes increased it by a point from blueeagle, who remains in the other Charity Shield spot. It is by only a point now, as a useful 4 points for thrillseeker, closed the gap. After there were 5 draws in Week 32, I thought that RSCOSWORTH might have shut the stable door after the horse had bolted, by going 1-1 all games this week, but three outcomes were enough to move him up a place, in what was the only change in this division. At the bottom, a low scoring week did no favours to those looking to escape. By getting that Portsmouth 1-0 spot-on, oxfcolu increased his chance of surviving by a point.

In Division One With one outcome each, there is no change at the top, as basher2010 remains ahead of Daniel on the most 3 pointer rule. Another good week for Lewis_1, that included having the Derby 1-0 spot-on, moved him to within 5 points of the automatics. Back up a place to fouth again is BFG, after he also got the Derby 1-0 spot-on. The top scoring performance from burnsieespana moved him up a couple of places, and back into the play-offs, after six weeks away. One outcome for bwildered was enough for him to occupy the final play-off place. The decent week for Blue4U2 moved him up a place, and to within a point of the top six. After waiting patiently to get into a play-off spot, Tropical_Us drops out again, after spending a week there. The rest of the league remains the same as the previous week.

THE TABLES (238 out of 280 played)
(Tie-breaker: Most 3 pointers, and then the first to post)




Week 34 Fixtures The last International break this season, so it is 6 games from League's 1 & 2.

BURTON ALBION v PORT VALE
CARLISLE UNITED v STEVENAGE
NORTHAMPTON TOWN v DERBY COUNTY
CREWE ALEXANDRA v AFC WIMBLEDON
DONCASTER ROVERS v FOREST GREEN ROVERS
TRANMERE ROVERS v CRAWLEY TOWN

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at 23:42 12 Mar 2024


Colchester United Chairman Robbie Cowling has issued the following statement.

Following yet another postponement, I would like to provide some information as to why so many games have been postponed this season and what the club are doing to improve the pitch so that we can fulfil our remaining home fixtures.

Before I do so, I would like to apologise for those games where we provided very late notice of the postponement. Our focus was solely on getting those games played and we have now implemented a better process whereby we still do our best to fix the problem, but we do better to manage it too.

I’m no drainage expert but the pitch at our stadium has never been great in terms of the drainage. I’m sure many of you will remember the problems we had in the initial few seasons when we first moved to the stadium and that was when the pitch had been freshly laid and the drainage system was brand new. The pitch I own at Maldon gets nowhere near the same amount of TLC but drains brilliantly. Layer Road was similar.

The pitch at the stadium sits on a bed of clay and our recent investigations show that the clay bed is just some 10 inches below the surface. That shouldn’t be an issue if the pitch has a well designed and installed drainage system which is working optimally, whilst only being subjected to reasonable amounts of rainfall.

In terms of the pitch maintenance, we use one of the best companies available to us to prepare the pitch at the start of every season. We also have an excellent team of ground staff who work tirelessly to maintain our pitches to the highest standard they can. I say pitches because compared to the days when we only had the excellent pitch at Layer Road to maintain, the ground staff currently look after seven pitches in total.

The team is currently four strong and we have an advert out for a fifth staff member. We also ensure one of the staff members is based full-time at the stadium to ensure that the stadium pitch gets the most care despite being the least used. As primary back-up up, we also have staff at Forrester Park golf course who provide their time, expertise, and equipment when it’s needed and as secondary back-up, we have the maintenance staff and ground workers that work for AMG.

And, when we need to get the pitch covers on and off, almost everyone at the club, especially those that work at the stadium, are willing and able to lend a hand.

We do not have an issue with staff levels. Nor do we have an issue with the staffs’ willingness to get stuck in. We are very fortunate to have such excellent people working at the club and I would like to take this opportunity to thank them all for what they have done to date to support the club with this issue.

Like I said to start with, I’m not a drainage expert but I have spoken to several people who are, and they all assure me that there is nothing wrong with the design of the system that was installed when the stadium was built. However, without digging it all up we can’t determine if it is still working optimally. The fact that the very first game of this season was called off would indicate that it was not working optimally on that day. However, the rainfall on that day just before kick-off was torrential so I can’t say so with any certainty.

In terms of rainfall levels, we are all aware that this winter, these have not just exceeded normal levels but have substantially exceeded all-time levels and Colchester United are not the only club that are postponing games because of it. We currently have the same number of games left to play as a number of other teams in our league. We are working with the EFL to ensure they are aware of the measure we are taking to resolve the current issue which I have every confidence that we will do.

In the very short-term, we remain at the mercy of the weather. A lot of work went into making the pitch playable for tonight’s game, but the timing and extent of today’s rainfall showed us no such mercy. Thanks to considerable effort from the staff again this morning, we were able to get the pitch covered again and the current weather forecast indicates that we will be able to remove the covers tomorrow morning. it is supposed to remain dry for a couple of days which will provide us with some time to work on the pitch before covering it and uncovering it again before Saturday’s scheduled game against Walsall.

The club will continue to work tirelessly for the remainder of the season to ensure we get the games played.

At the end of this season, we already have plans to undertake major works to improve the drainage. The rainfall this winter may have exceeded historic records, but I fear they are the new normal levels, and we will need to cope better with such levels of rainfall in the future.

Up the U’s

Robbie
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Happy League 2023/24 Week 33 (of 38) - Deadline Saturday 16th March 15.00
at 23:37 9 Mar 2024

Week 32 Results

AFC BOURNEMOUTH 2 SHEFFIELD UNITED 2

Enes Unal's 91st minute equaliser rescued a point for Bournemouth, as they came from two goals down to get a draw. Nobody got this spot-on, and only BFG had the outcome. 24 predicted a win for Bournemouth.

CRYSTAL PALACE 1 LUTON TOWN 1
A 96th minute goal from Cauley Woodrow saw Luton snatch a draw. That goal was good news for the 3 who had this spot-on, and one more got the outcome. 19 predicted a win for Palace with 14 going for a 2-1 in what was the weeks most predicted score.

WOLVERHAMPTON WANDERERS 2 FULHAM 1
Wolves gave their hopes of playing European football next season a boost as they beat Fulham to move up to eighth in the Premier League. A sublime 5 got this spot-on, and a further 9 had the outcome.

CAMBRIDGE UNITED 1 NORTHAMPTON TOWN 1
Garry Monk's first game as Cambridge head coach ended in a draw, after they had taken the lead with their only shot on target. A magnificent 7 had this spot-on, and one more got the outcome.

EXETER CITY 2 BOLTON WANDERERS 2
Bolton rescued a dramatic late point with an 88th minute equaliser. Nobody got this spot-on, and only blueeagle and gerry_us had the outcome. The other 24 predicted a win for Bolton.

SUTTON UNITED 1 GRIMSBY TOWN 1
An 88th minute Charlie Lakin penalty rescued a draw for League Two's bottom side Sutton, with their only shot on target, against their fellow strugglers. A magnificent 7 had this spot-on, and another 3 got the outcome.

Last week produced the best one of the season so far, and although this week didn't come anywhere near to that for number of points achieved, it was an incredible one for other reasons. After 80 minutes not one of the six fixtures was drawn, and then from that time onwards, with goals in all games, we ended with an incredible five draws. The most we have ever had for a six game week, as far as I know. There were only nine score draws on the English and Scottish fixtures, so just four more needed to have got the jackpot on the football pools. As I haven't done them for 30 years, that was never going to happen. In the Premier eight members got one 3 pointer each, but another "I can't remember that happening before" fact, was that only two managed to have an outcome. Not a good week for those who never back games to end in a draw, but a fruitful one for those who do. It was certainly that for Blue4U2, as he was the only one to get three 3 pointers, the Wolves 2-1, and the draws at Cambridge and Sutton, to make him the weeks top scorer, with a excellent 9 points. Three members did well to have two 3 pointers, they were Lewis_1, who had the draws at Palace and Sutton, and wessex_exile, who got the draws at Cambridge and Sutton, to give them both a decent 7 points, and burnsieespana, who had the Wolves 2-1 and the Sutton 1-1, to give him a decent 6 points. Best of those to have one 3 pointer was durham_exile, who got the Sutton 1-1, and two outcomes, to give him a solid 5 points.

In the Premier Even though he is well on his way to a second title in three seasons, concordman fires his second blank this season. Having the Wolves 2-1 spot-on, enabled blueeagle to cut his lead to a still comfortable 16 points. Things remain competitive for that other Charity Shield spot, and it is thrillseeker who again becomes the nearest challenger, as gets the Cambridge 1-1 spot-on, to move up a couple of places to third, just ahead of mfb_cufc, who had the Wolves 2-1 spot-on, on the most 3 pointer rule. I thought a week with plenty of draws would be good for RSCOSWORTH, but he manages just the Cambridge 1-1, as he drops to fifth. Having the Sutton 1-1 spot-on, keeps unitedwhites and Sector4 both in contention for that second place. Remaining in a bit of no mans land is ghughes11, who kept his good recent run going by having the Wolves 2-1 spot-on. At the bottom, it was certainly after the Lord Mayor's show for noah4x4, as he followed up his near record score last week, by firing a blank this week. No further ground lost though, as oxfcolu follows suit by firing one himself. Getting the Palace 1-1 spot-on, enabled Moor_Pinot to close the gap by those 3 points, but still has a lot to do, with only 48 games left to the season.

In Division One We almost had the lead changing for the fifth week running, but the Wolves outcome was just enough for basher2010 to remain there for another week, but only on the most 3 pointer rule from Daniel, after he had the Cambridge 1-1 spot-on. The decent week for Lewis_1 moved him up a couple of places to third. His highest position since the first week of the season. Despite having the Palace 1-1 spot-on, bwildered drops a place to fourth. An impressive four outcomes for BFG, but he also drops a place to fifth. After failing to make the play-offs for the last seven weeks, by falling a point or two short, Tropical_Us finally makes it this week, after getting the Cambridge 1-1 spot-on. The decent week for burnsieespana moves him up a couple of places, and to within a point of the play-offs, just ahead of Blue4U2 on the most 3 pointer rule, after his top scoring performance moved him up a couple of places. After Week 25 Jorash63 was in an automatic spot, but after only having the Wolves outcome this week, he has dropped another two places to ninth, but still well in contention for the play-offs. As does Colukev, despite firing a blank, to drop four places. The solid week for durham_exile gives him an outside chance of making the play-offs, along with wessex_exile, whose decent week moved him up a couple of places.

THE TABLES (232 out of 280 played)
(Tie-breaker: Most 3 pointers, and then the first to post)




Week 33 Fixtures

BURNLEY v BRENTFORD
MIDDLESBROUGH v BLACKBURN ROVERS
ROTHERHAM UNITED v HUDDERSFIELD TOWN
DERBY COUNTY v BOLTON WANDERERS
PETERBOROUGH UNITED v PORTSMOUTH
ACCRINGTON STANLEY v NOTTS COUNTY

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Happy League 2023/24 Week 32 (of 38) - Deadline Saturday 9th March 15.00
at 22:43 2 Mar 2024

Week 31 results

NOTTINGHAM FOREST 0 LIVERPOOL 1

Darwin Nunez came off the bench to score a dramatic 99th minute winner and send Liverpool four points clear at the top of the Premier League. Everyone predicted a win for Liverpool, but it is well done to basher2010 for being the only one to get it spot-on.

BIRMINGHAM CITY 3 SOUTHAMPTON 4
Southampton had to twice come from behind before beating 10-man Birmingham with a 96th minute winner. Nobody had this spot-on, but 23 did get the outcome.

MILLWALL 1 WATFORD 0
Millwall made it two wins out of two under new boss Neil Harris as Zian Flemming's 3rd minute free-kick was enough for three points against struggling Watford. That goal would also give a 9 members 3 points, and a further 7 the outcome.

NORWICH CITY 1 SUNDERLAND 0
Josh Sargent scored his 11th goal of the season as Norwich take their unbeaten run to six, to stay firmly in contention for a Championship play-off place. Only 2 had this spot-on, and another 22 got the outcome, with an incredible 15 going for a 2-1 in what was the weeks most predicted score.

PLYMOUTH ARGYLE 0 IPSWICH TOWN 2
Ipswich returned to the Championship's automatic promotion places for the first time in a month, with their fifth successive win. Well done to gerry_us for being the only one to get this spot-on, and a further 14 had the outcome.

FLEETWOOD TOWN 4 WIGAN ATHLETIC 2
Fleetwood secured their first win in six matches to give their League One survival hopes a boost. Nobody had this spot-on, though 8 did get the outcome.

SHREWSBURY TOWN 0 BLACKPOOL 2
Goals from Karamoko Dembele and Hayden Coulson secured Blackpool a victory to keep their League One play-off hopes alive, as Shrewsbury only manage to have one shot on target. Only 2 got this spot-on, and another 12 had the outcome.

GRIMSBY TOWN 1 FOREST GREEN ROVERS 0
Harvey Rodgers scored the 8th minute winner to give Grimsby their first win in eight matches, with their only shot on target, as Forest Green fail to have a shot on target. Only 2 had this spot-on, and a further 7 got the outcome.

TRANMERE ROVERS 1 SUTTON UNITED 0
24 shots with 13 on target, including a missed penalty, for Tranmere, but they had to wait until the 87th minute for Rob Apter's winner. A great 8 got this spot-on, and another 11 had the outcome.

WALSALL 3 DONCASTER ROVERS 1
Walsall claimed a fifth successive victory to climb to sixth in League Two. Well done to Colukev for being the only one to have this spot-on, and a further 17 got the outcome.

The 10 game guest picks should be the defining weeks in a season, when the big scores are made, but they have often disappointed this season, until this week. Late winners for Liverpool, Southampton, Norwich and Tranmere put a different complexion on games, to give us the best 10 game week of the season so far. This was despite 3 pointers not being that easy to find, with the 26 in total being mainly due to the 17 achieved by Millwall and Tranmere. With the 10 games producing 7 homes and 3 aways, it was the 152 outcomes in total that made it such an outstanding week, with everyone getting at least 5 points. The extra added time in games this season seemed to have lessened the chance of a 1-0 scoreline, but that proved not to be the case this week, with four games ending in that score. Former double Premier champ noah4x4 used that 1-0 to great effect when winning those titles, even though a lack of them this season has not stopped him getting more outcomes than anybody in both divisions, the struggle for 3 pointers had put him on the verge of relegation, That was until today, when staying honest to those 1-0's, he got the wins for Millwall, Norwich and Tranmere, and the Blackpool 2-0 spot-on, and five outcomes, to make him the weeks top scorer with an absolutely fantastic 17 points. That is just 1 point short of the all time record, with only another 1-0 for Grimsby stopping from having a full house. Two members did well to have three 3 pointers, they were basher2010, who got the wins for Liverpool, Blackpool and Tranmere, and Madeira163, who had the 1-0 wins for Millwall, Norwich and Grimsby. They each also got four outcomes, to give them both a brilliant 13 points. Two members had two 3 pointers, they were mfb_cufc and ghughes11, who both got the wins for Millwall and Tranmere, with the former also having six outcomes to give him a useful 12 points, and the latter also getting five outcomes to give him an excellent 11 points. Best of those to have one 3 pointer were thrillseeker and durham_exile, who both got the Millwall 1-0, and concordman, who had the Grimsby 1-0, They each also got seven outcomes, to give them all a superb 10 points. A special mention for Sector4 and TheRams, who both got a decent eight outcomes.

U'sual Champions League Just a reminder to those who have yet to post their predictions. The Round Of 16 2nd leg games start on Tuesday 5th March, with a 20.00 deadline.

Happy Cup Congratulations to concordman on winning this competition for the second time in the last three seasons, by beating durham_exile 6-5 in the final, that was decided on outcomes.

In the Premier The superb week for concordman has made it look even more certain of him getting the League and Cup double for the second time in three seasons. Six outcomes for blueeagle keeps him in the other Charity Shield spot, and that looks like being his best chance of honours this season. The season best week for mfb_cufc moves him up three places to third. Another decent week for RSCOSWORTH, that included having the Millwall 1-0 spot-on, but he drops a place to fourth. The superb week for thrillseeker keeps him in fifth. Even though unitedwhites was another to get the Millwall 1-0 spot-on, he drops a couple to sixth. The decent amount of outcomes for Sector4 keeps him in seventh. The excellent week for ghughes11, that takes him to 26 points for the last three weeks, has moved him up a place, and should have made him safe from relegation. This was until noah4x4 came up with his absolutely fantastic week, that has now given him every chance of avoiding the drop. Three weeks ago oxfcolu got an excellent 10 points, that I said at the time "makes him a short price to be spending a second season in the Premier". Not such a short price now, but like the U's, survival is in his hands. An impressive seven outcomes for Moor_Pinot, but it has not improved his chance of avoiding the drop.

In Division One The lead has changed for the fourth week running, with the brilliant week for basher2010 moving him back to the top. He takes over from Daniel yet again. Although he drops to second, his six outcomes improved his chance of automatic promotion, by now having a 9 point cushion back to bwildered in third. By both having the Tranmere 1-0 spot-on, BFG and Lewis_1 remain fourth and fifth. The decent week for Colukev, thanks to thet good Walsall 3-1 prediction, moved him up a place into the final play-off spot. Six outcomes for Jorash63, but he moves out of the top six for the first time since Week 10. A decent week for Tropical_Us, that included having the Tranmere 1-0 spot-on, was still not quite enough for him break into the play-off places, as he remains 1 point short. With only 54 games left to the season, the battle for the wooden spoon would normally be just about decided, but not this season. In fact the superb week for durham_exile moved him up a place to his highest position since Week 3, and has given him an outside chance of making the play-offs, as those at the bottom have remained competitive. That is showed also by Madeira163, as his brilliant week moved him up a couple of places, and took him off the bottom, after spending the last eight weeks there. Even though he picked a great set of fixtures, and got Forest Green and Sutton to lose, by predicting them to win, this couldn't stop gerry_us dropping into the wooden spoon spot, despite also having that good Ipswich 2-0 prediction.

THE TABLES (226 out of 280 played)
(Tie-breaker: Most 3 pointers, and then the first to post)




Week 32 Fixtures

AFC BOURNEMOUTH v SHEFFIELD UNITED
CRYSTAL PALACE v LUTON TOWN
WOLVERHAMPTON WANDERERS v FULHAM
CAMBRIDGE UNITED v NORTHAMPTON TOWN
EXETER CITY v BOLTON WANDERERS
SUTTON UNITED v GRIMSBY TOWN

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