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Happy League 2019/20 Week 16 (of 38) - Deadline Saturday 23rd November 15.00
at 21:11 16 Nov 2019

Week 15 Results

CRAWLEY 1 MORECAMBE 1

A late strike from Cole Stockton earned a hard-earned point for Morecambe which took them off the bottom of League Two in Derek Adams' first league game in charge. 4 got this spot-on, and 2 more had the outcome. 23 predicted a win for Crawley.

FOREST GREEN 0 PLYMOUTH 1
Forest Green fell to only their second home defeat of the season as Plymouth win it with their only shot on target. 27 predicted a win for Forest Green, and the other 3 went for a draw. So no points for anybody from this game.

LEYTON ORIENT 0 SCUNTHORPE 2
Ross Embleton's third spell in caretaker charge of Leyton Orient got off to a poor start as Scunthorpe get their first away win this season. Nobody got this spot-on, but 5 did have the outcome. 17 predicted a win for Orient.

NORTHAMPTON 4 CREWE 1
Northampton moved into the League Two play-off places with a fifth win in six games. Again no 3 pointers for anybody, though 11 did get the outcome.

PORT VALE 2 CARLISLE 1
Vale came from behind to beat Carlisle, having fallen behind after just 20 seconds, to maintain their undefeated home record. A big 9 got this spot-on, and a further 15 had the outcome.

SALFORD 2 SWINDON 3
Eoin Doyle scored a brace as Swindon fired themselves to the top of League Two thanks to a fourth-consecutive victory. Without the 95th minute goal from Salford wessex_exile would have been the only one to have this spot-on. So he joins the other 19 in getting the outcome.

League 2 has been an unpredictable one so far this season, and this week was no different, as noah4x4 said ......throws away statistics and form book. Unpredictable set of results this week. With four games failing to produce a 3 pointer, at least the other two gave some respectability to the week by achieving 13 between them. There was two members who managed to have both of those spot-on, they were gsy163, who also got three outcomes to make him the weeks top scorer with an excellent 9 points, and Blue4U2, who had one outcome to give him a decent 7 points. Best of those to have one 3 pointer were thrillseeker, who had the Port Vale 2-1, and Pinault_Noir who got the Crawley 1-1. They both had three outcomes to give them a very good 6 points.

Champions League With just six weeks left now before we find out who the qualifiers will be for this seasons competition, that all important eleventh final qualifying spot is currently held ironically by wessex_exile with his 64 points.

In the Premier With the top two both only having the Port Vale and Swindon outcomes, there is no change for the second week running, with noah4x4 maintaining his 18 point lead over Sector4. With sevebalo also getting the Port Vale 2-1 spot-on as well as thrillseeker, they both edge closer to the top two. The placings in this division remain the same as the previous week, though TheFatGooner was another to benefit from having the Port Vale 2-1 spot-on, and he pulls further away from the relegation zone.

In Division One The decent week for Blue4U2 enabled him to increase his lead to a good 5 points. Having the Port Vale 2-1 spot-on made sure Lewis_1 stayed in the other automatic spot. Despite only getting outcomes the four in the play-off places remain the same as last week. It has been an up and down season so far for basher2010, but it was definitely an up one this week as he moves up three places, and within a point of the play-offs. Previous seasons in Division One usually saw gsy163 in the top six, but after his relegation from the Premier last season, he has struggled to match that form. But his top scoring effort this week moves him up five places, and only three points from the play-offs. Further down the league Pinault_Noir continues to have a 3 pointer total that matches the top six, but a lack of outcomes has held him back.

THE TABLES (106 out of 280 played)
(Tie-breaker: Most 3 pointers, and then the first to post)





Week 16 Fixtures 10 games picked by this weeks guest durham_exile

AFC BOURNEMOUTH v WOLVERHAMPTON WANDERERS
WATFORD v BURNLEY
BLACKBURN ROVERS v BARNSLEY
BRISTOL CITY v NOTTINGHAM FOREST
WEST BROMICH ALBION v SHEFFIELD WEDNESDAY
FLEETWOOD TOWN v TRANMERE ROVERS
SHREWSBURY TOWN v BRISTOL ROVERS
SUNDERLAND v COVENTRY CITY
PLYMOUTH ARGYLE v BRADFORD CITY
WALSALL v STEVENAGE

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Happy Cup 2019/20 Group stage Round 2 (of 3) - Deadline to follow
at 17:28 10 Nov 2019

Group stage Round 1 Results

ACCRINGTON 0 CREWE 2

An extraordinary game with the referee and his replacement both going off injured, and the second-half being played with only one linesman. Nobody got this spot-on, but 7 had the outcome.

BLACKPOOL 4 MORECAMBE 1
Again nobody had this spot-on, though a big 24 got the outcome.

BOLTON 0 PLYMOUTH 1
Well done to TheFatGooner for being the only one to get this spot-on, and a further 11 had the outcome.

COLCHESTER 0 COVENTRY 2
The less said about this game the better. But thanks Colchester for making the effort in bothering to take part. Well done to TheHappyGooner for being the only one to have this spot-on, and another 6 got the outcome.

FOREST GREEN 4 BILLERICAY 0
A big 8 got this spot-on, and a further 18 had the outcome.

GRAVESEND 1 OLDHAM 2
A magnificent 7 had this spot-on, and a further 12 got the outcome.

IPSWICH 1 LINCOLN 1
Ipswich have now gone 15 games since they last won in the FA Cup. 2 got this spot-on, and nobody had the outcome.

LEYTON ORIENT 1 MALDON & TIPTREE 2
A great result for eighth tier side M&T, with Jordan Slew (sign him up) scoring a stunning solo goal.
https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/av/football/50367827

Well done to durham_exile for being the only one to have this spot-on, and 2 more got the outcome.

OXFORD CITY 1 SOLIHULL MOORS 5
An incredible 15 different scores were predicted for this game, and not surprisingly nobody got it spot-on, but 9 did have the outcome.

SALFORD 1 BURTON 1
2 had this spot-on, and 2 also got the outcome.

The FA Cup produced its usual hard to predict results, but we did get a total of 22 spot-ons, mainly due to the efforts of Forest Green and Oldham. The star performer of the round was durham_exile, as he was the only one to get three 3 pointers.

THE TABLES (10 out of 30 played)
(Tie-breaker: Most 3 pointers, and then the first to post)


The 1-1 did Daniel many favours at the group stage last season, and it has given him two already this season, and he leads Group A. Having the Oldham 2-1 spot-on helped eagledares to occupy the other qualifying spot. But it is all to play for at this early stage.


Having the ipswich 1-1 spot-on, together with five outcomes was enough for gsy163 to lead Group B. In second place is Tropical_Us after getting the Forest Green 4-0 spot-on. Just like Group A qualifying for the QF is definitely still all up for grabs.


The rounds two highest scorers are setting a scorching pace in Group C with durham_exile leading after his star performance, that included having the Forest Green 4-0 and the Oldham 2-1 spot-on to go with his good M&T 2-1 pick. In a clear second place is burnsieespana after getting the Oldham 2-1 and the Salford 1-1 spot-on.


The lead for Group D had to be settled by the first to post rule with blueeagle just edging it thanks to having the Forest Green 4-0 spot-on. That leaves Sector4 occupying the other qualifying place, with his spot-on being the Oldham 2-1. But like Groups A&B this one is all to play for.

The fixtures for Round 2 will follow once the FA Cup 2nd Round draw has been made and the TV games are sorted out, probably towards the end of the coming week.
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Happy League 2019/20 Week 15 (of 38) - Deadline Saturday 16th November 15.00
at 22:18 9 Nov 2019

Week 14 Results

NEWCASTLE 2 BOURNEMOUTH 1

Newcastle have won back-to-back Premier League games for the first time since April, while this is also the first time they have scored more than once in a home league game this season. An impressive 9 got this spot-on, and a further 7 had the outcome

SOUTHAMPTON 1 EVERTON 2
Southampton have lost four consecutive home league games at St Mary's for the very first time. Southampton have conceded 21 goals in their first six home Premier League games this season - the only top-flight side to concede more in their opening six are Blackpool in 1930-31. Everton ended a run of four consecutive away losses in the Premier League, with this their first win on the road in nine attempts. A magnificent 7 had this spot-on, and 2 more got the outcome.

TOTTENHAM 1 SHEFFIELD UNITED 1
Spurs tally of 14 points is their lowest after 12 games to a Premier League season since 2008-09. Spurs have lost more points from winning positions than any other Premier League side this season (12). Sheffield United are unbeaten in 15 away league games, a run stretching back to January of last season, equalling their club record previously set in April 2009. 4 got this spot-on, and nobody had the outcome. 23 predicted a win for Spurs with 13 going for a 2-1 in what was the weeks most predicted score.

HULL 0 WBA 1
Jake Livermore scored the winner against his former side as West Brom stretched their unbeaten run to six matches. Well done to noah4x4 for being the only one to get this spot-on, with another 14 having the outcome.

QPR 2 MIDDLESBROUGH 2
Boro are now nine games without a win, but did manage to score for the first time in five games. Nobody got this spot-on, and only 2 had the outcome. 25 predicted a win for QPR.

SHEFFIELD WEDNESDAY 2 SWANSEA 2
Two injury time goals, one for each team, ensured a draw in this pulsating match at Hillsborough. Well done to Lewis_1 for being the only one to have this spot-on, and nobody got the outcome.

A bit of a lopsided look to this weeks results with the Premier League games producing a very decent 20 spot-ons, and the Championship ones just the 2. The overall total of 22 was good for a six game week, but with only 34 outcomes, it made it difficult to get any sort of score without a 3 pointer. Someone who didn't have any problem getting a good score was Lewis_1 as he was the only one to get 3 spot-ons this week, the 2-1 wins for Newcastle and Everton to go with the good Sheff. Wed 2-2 pick, and one outcome, to make him the weeks top scorer with a brilliant 10 points. Best of those to get 2 spot-ons was oxfcolu, the Everton 2-1 and the Spurs 1-1, and three outcomes to give him a superb 9 points. Those same 2 spot-ons were also achieved by sevebalo to give him a decent 7 points. The other two members to get 2 spot-ons both had the Newcastle 2-1 and the Spurs 1-1. They were wessex_exile, on his way to an excellent 8 points, and Pinault_Noir to give him a very good 6 points.

The latest tables for the first 8 games of the Happy Cup will appear on the Happy Cup thread later.

In the Premier It is as you were at the top with Sector4, by having the Newcastle 2-1 spot-on, making sure the noah4x4 lead stayed at 18 points. The other Charity Shield place was cemented by sevebalo, who continued his good recent run with another decent score. The only change in this division saw the deadlock of the bottom four finally broken with TheFatGooner taking advantage of eagledares firing his first blank of the season. A no show from Colukev has made it more difficult for him to avoid the drop again.

In Division One Having the Newcastle 2-1 spot-on made sure Blue4U2 stayed top. it is the weeks star performer Lewis_1 who is in the other automatic spot, after moving up four places. There is a change to the play-off places with ghughes11 confirming his comment that this is a tough round of fixtures to predict!!, by firing a blank. His place is taken by a back to form wessex_exile with his excellent week. The superb week for oxfcolu moved him up three places, and to within four points of the play-offs. At the bottom a welcome 3 pointer, the Everton 2-1, lifts Stupid_Gooner off that place.

THE TABLES (100 out of 280 played)
(Tie-breaker: Most 3 pointers, and then the first to post)




Week 15 Fixtures It is International break time again, so we have six games from our favourite League 2.

CRAWLEY TOWN v MORECAMBE
FOREST GREEN ROVERS v PLYMOUTH ARGYLE
LEYTON ORIENT v SCUNTHORPE UNITED
NORTHAMPTON TOWN v CREWE ALEXANDRA
PORT VALE v CARLISLE UNITED
SALFORD CITY v SWINDON TOWN

Good luck everybody.
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Happy League 2019/20 Week 14 (of 38) - Deadline 15.00 Saturday 9th November
at 23:08 2 Nov 2019

Week 13 Results

BOURNEMOUTH 1 MANCHESTER UNITED 0

Josh King ended Bournemouth's run of 358 minutes and 50 shots without a goal. United have lost all six Premier League away games in which they've fallen behind under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer. Well done to basher2010 for being the only one to get this spot-on, and just 3 had the outcome. 21 predicted a win for United with 14 going for a 2-1 in what was equally the most predicted score this week.

SHEFFIELD UNITED 3 BURNLEY 0
The three goals United scored in the first-half equalled their total haul from their previous five home Premier League games. Burnley are winless in their last eight away Premier League games. Nobody had this spot-on, but 21 did get the outcome with 14 going for a 1-0 in what was the weeks other most predicted score.

WATFORD 1 CHELSEA 2
Chelsea have won seven consecutive away games in all competitions - their joint-longest winning run on the road in the club's history. A big 28 predicted a win for Chelsea, but incredibly nobody got it spot-on

BRENTFORD 0 HUDDERSFIELD 1
Huddersfield's resurgence under new manager Danny Cowley continued as they stretched their unbeaten run to seven games. Only 2 had this spot-on, and another 3 got the outcome. 19 predicted a win for Brentford.

LUTON 1 NOTTINGHAM FOREST 2
Forest moved back into the play-off places as they condemned Luton to a third consecutive defeat. A best of the week 5 got this spot-on, with a further 7 having the outcome.

READING 2 MILLWALL 1
Reading remain unbeaten under new manager Mark Bowen. 3 had this spot-on, and 9 more got the outcome.

BLACKPOOL 4 PETERBOROUGH 3
Blackpool came out on top in an absorbing seven-goal thriller despite only having three shots on target (two goals were o.g's). Nobody got this spot-on, though 5 did have the outcome. 19 predicted a win for Peterborough.

COVENTRY 0 ACCRINGTON 0
Ten-man Coventry played out a low-quality bore draw against Accrington as both sides struggled to create chances at St Andrew's. Again nobody had this spot-on, and only 2 got the outcome. The other 28 all predicted a win for Coventry.

SUNDERLAND 1 SOUTHEND 0
Luke O'Nien's first-half header wins it for Sunderland, as Southend remain 8 points from safety . Well done to unitedwhites for being the only one to get this spot-on, with a big 26 having the outcome.

BRADFORD CITY 2 EXETER 0
Three players were sent off as 10-man Bradford City replaced 9-man Exeter in second place in League Two. Just the 2 had this spot-on, with a further 11 getting the outcome.

CREWE 0 PORT VALE 1
Vale ended local rivals Crewe's seven-game unbeaten run in League Two thanks to Jake Taylor's second-half effort. Well done to sevebalo for being the only one to get this spot-on, and only Stupid_Gooner had the outcome. 25 predicted a win for Crewe.

SCUNTHORPE 0 STEVENAGE 0
Both teams missed the opportunity to put some daylight between themselves and the League Two relegation zone in this bore draw. Well done to Blue4U2 for being the only one to have this spot-on, and another 5 got the outcome. 22 predicted a win Scunthorpe.

Two weeks ago an eleven game week produced some marvellous scores with everybody getting at least 7 points, so a twelve game week promised more of the same, but it didn't turn out that way, with many of the good things being turned over. Even the ones that did manage to win failed to achieve many 3 pointers, which meant we ended with a disappointing total of 16. It was the 121 outcomes that most members relied on to give them points this week, as only 12 members got a 3 pointer, with 4 doing well to get two. Best of those was sevebalo, who had the Forest 2-1 spot-on to go with his good Port Vale 1-0, and basher2010, who had the Bradford City 2-0 spot-on to go with his good Bournemouth 1-0. They both got five outcomes, that means they share the honour of being the weeks top scorer with an excellent 11 points. The others to have two 3 pointers were Blue4U2, the Forest 2-1 to go with the good Scunthorpe 0-0 to give him a superb 10 points, and unitedwhites, who also had the Forest 2-1 and the good Sunderland 1-0, on his way to a very decent 9 points. Best of those who got one 3 pointer was concordman, who had the Huddersfield 1-0 and six outcomes to also give him a very decent 9 points.
With another two this week the 1-0 result continues to lead the way in 3 pointers, and the 0-1 has been best for an away. The top 6 for the season so far are:-

1-0...16 2-1...11 0-0...9 2-0...9 0-1...8 1-1...8

Happy Cup Don't forget the Group stage Round 1 fixtures start next Saturday. All details can be found on the separate Happy Cup thread.

In the Premier A rare week without a 3 pointer for noah4x4, but five outcomes is still a satisfactory return, though his lead has been cut by a further 2 points, as having the Forest 2-1 spot-on helps Sector4 to close the gap. The top scoring effort from sevebalo moves last seasons unlucky runner-up up three places into the final Charity Shield spot. A decent week for former champ thrillseeker, that included having the Reading 2-1 spot-on, moves him up a place. Another to benefit from getting the Reading 2-1 spot-on was Tropical_U, and he also moves up a place. The bottom four remains the same for the fifth week running, but six outcomes eased TheFatGooner a further point away from the relegation zone.

In Division One We have a new leader with the superb week from Blue4U2 reclaiming the top spot he lost three weeks ago. Five outcomes were enough for Daniel to hold onto the other automatic place. The decent week for concordman moves him up to a season high third place. After last weeks blank BFG bounced back to form, helped by having the Forest 2-1 spot-on, and he is back up two places. the other two play-off spots are still held by ghughes11 and Lewis_1. After winning the Happy Cup and The Charity Shield last season basher2010 is finally getting into his stride after a slow start, and his top scoring effort takes him up to seventh, and just 2 points from the play-offs. Further down the league could this be the start of a another resurgence from unitedwhites. Last season a terrific second-half to the season ended in a play-off spot. After this weeks decent score he will be hopeful of a repeat.


THE TABLES (94 out of 280 played)
(Tie-breaker: Most 3 pointers, and then the first to post)




Week 14 Fixtures It is the FA Cup 1st Round this week, so we will leave those fixtures to the Happy Cup, and have six from the Premier League and Championship. DON'T FORGET TO POST YOUR PREDICTIONS FOR THE HAPPY CUP

NEWCASTLE UNITED v AFC BOURNEMOUTH
SOUTHAMPTON v EVERTON
TOTTENHAM HOTSPUR v SHEFFIELD UNITED
HULL CITY v WEST BROMICH ALBION
QUEENS PARK RANGERS v MIDDLESBROUGH
SHEFFIELD WEDNESDAY v SWANSEA CITY

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Happy League 2019/20 Week 13 (of 38) - Deadline 12.30 Saturday 2nd November
at 21:03 26 Oct 2019

Week 12 Results

WATFORD 0 BOURNEMOUTH 0

Watford have become the first team to fail to win any of their opening 10 games in a Premier League season on two occasions, with the Hornets also doing so in 2006-07. They are also winless in their last nine home league games. Well done to Tropical_Us for being the only one to get this spot-on, and 5 had the outcome.

HUDDERSFIELD 2 BARNSLEY 1
Huddersfield take their unbeaten run to six after this latest win, as the Cowley's continue to turn their fortunes around. A decent 6 had this spot-on, and a further 14 got the outcome, with 11 going for a 1-0 in what was the weeks most predicted score.

BURTON 0 BLACKPOOL 0
Ten-man Blackpool secured a hard-earned point from a closely-fought goalless draw. Well done to MattFlat for being the only one to get this spot-on, and another 8 had the outcome.

LINCOLN v BOLTON Match postponed - Waterlogged pitch

FOREST GREEN v CREWE Match postponed - Waterlogged pitch

WALSALL 1 MANSFIELD 2
Mansfield's Andy Cook and Mal Benning returned to haunt their former club as they helped inflict a fifth successive league defeat on Walsall. A good 5 had this spot-on, and 5 also got the outcome.

With two fixtures being lost to the weather, and another two ending in bore draws, points were always going to be hard to come by this week. So we are grateful for the other two games producing 2-1 wins for Huddersfield and Mansfield. In the latter's case it was only the second 2-1 away win we have had this season, following hot on the heels of Oxford getting the first one last week. That popular prediction for an away win has always achieved at least 20 for the last five seasons, so plenty of catching up to do if that figure is going to be reached this season. In the end we had a respectable 13 spot-ons, but only one member managed to get two. That was thrillseeker who had both of those 2-1 wins, and he is the weeks top scorer with a decent 6 points. Best of those who had one 3 pointer was eagledares, who had the Huddersfield 2-1 spot-on, and Colukev, who had the Mansfield 2-1 spot-on. They both had two outcomes to give them a very good 5 points. Week 13 will now be a 12 game week to make up for the two postponed games this week.

Happy Cup The draw has been made for the Group stage, and the first round of fixtures are ready for predicting. All the details can be found on the separate Happy Cup thread.

Champions League It is nine weeks to go now before we know who the twelve qualifiers are for this seasons competition. Winner for last two seasons BFG has automatically qualified, with the other eleven places going to the highest point scorers over the two divisions after Week 21. That eleventh spot is currently being held by Lewis_1 with his 54 points.

In the Premier The top two both had the Huddersfield 2-1 spot-on, but Sector4 also got an outcome to reduce the noah4x4 lead by a point for the second week running. The final Charity Shield spot is still held by RSCOSWORTH, but only by the most 3 pointer rule. The top scoring performance from thrillseeker moved him up a place, as did the good effort from eagledares. The bottom four remain unchanged for the fourth week in a row, though Colukev continues to edge a bit nearer to safety after his slow start to the season.

In Division One Going 1-0 all games gave Daniel only the one outcome this week, but it was enough to increase his lead by that one point, as Blue4U2 failed to trouble the scorers, but still held onto the other automatic spot. The four play-off places remain the same as last week, but ghughes11, concordman and Lewis_1 all move up a place at the expense of BFG, who also fired a blank this week. Having the Huddesfield 2-1 spot-on helped blueeagle to close out the 4 point gap he was from the play-offs last week. It is only the first to post rule that keeps out of one of those places now. The only other change in this league has burnsieespana moving up a place, as he takes advantage of unitedwhites having a third blank out of the last four weeks. Out of form he maybe, but he was in a similar position last season, then he had an incredible second-half of the season, and ended up in a play-off spot.

THE TABLES (82 out of 280 played)
(Tie-breaker: Most 3 pointers, and then the first to post)




Week 13 Fixtures A big 12 game week picked by this weeks guest gerry_us. DON'T FORGET THE DEADLINE THIS WEEK IS 12.30. If you are too late for the AFC BOURNEMOUTH v MANCHESTER UNITED game then still predict the other eleven games.

AFC BOURNEMOUTH v MANCHESTER UNITED (12.30)
SHEFFIELD UNITED v BURNLEY
WATFORD v CHELSEA (17.30)
BRENTFORD v HUDDERSFIELD TOWN
LUTON TOWN v NOTTINGHAM FOREST
READING v MILLWALL
BLACKPOOL v PETERBOROUGH UNITED
COVENTRY CITY v ACCRINGTON STANLEY
SUNDERLAND v SOUTHEND UNITED
BRADFORD CITY v EXETER CITY
CREWE ALEXANDRA v PORT VALE
SCUNTHORPE UNITED v STEVENAGE

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Happy Cup 2019/20 Group stage Round 1 (of 3) - Deadline 15.00 Saturday 9th Nov.
at 20:50 24 Oct 2019

Welcome to this seasons Happy Cup. The independent draw has been made for the Group stage of the competition, by Mrs MFB. We have 30 members at the moment, so that gives us two groups of 8 and two groups of 7. They are as follows (In alphabetical order):-






At this Group stage there will be 3 rounds making 30 fixtures in total, 10 from each of the first three rounds of the FA Cup. The top two from each group will qualify for the quarter-finals, with the usual tie-breaker rules applying where members finish on the same number of points.

The quarter-final draw will be as follows:-

1) Winner of Group A v Runner-up of Group B

2) Runner-up of Group A v Winner of Group B

3) Winner of Group C v Runner-up of Group D

4) Runner-up of Group C v Winner of Group D

The quarter-finals will be decided by 10 fixtures from the FA Cup 4th Round. These will one off games, no replays, where the first to post rule could be vital.

The semi-final draw will be as follows:-

Winner of Game 1 v Winner of Game 4

Winner of Game 2 v Winner of Game 3

The semifinals will be decided by the 8 fixtures from the FA Cup 5th Round, and 2 fixtures from that weeks league programme. Again these will be one off games, no replays.

The final will be decided by the 4 fixtures from the FA Cup 6th Round, and 6 fixtures from that weeks league programme. This will also be a one off game, no replay.

Group stage Round 1 Fixtures

ACCRINGTON STANLEY v CREWE ALEXANDRA
BLACKPOOL v MORECAMBE
BOLTON WANDERERS v PLYMOUTH ARGYLE
COLCHESTER UNITED v COVENTRY CITY
FOREST GREEN ROVERS v BILLERICAY TOWN
GATESHEAD v OLDHAM ATHLETIC (Sunday 12.45)
IPSWICH TOWN v LINCOLN CITY
LEYTON ORIENT v MALDON AND TIPTREE (Sunday 12.45)
OXFORD CITY v SOLIHULL MOORS
SALFORD CITY v BURTON ALBION

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Happy League 2019/20 Week 12 (of 38) - Deadline Saturday 26th October 15.00
at 23:53 19 Oct 2019

Week 11 Results

LEICESTER 2 BURNLEY 1

Leicester have won four consecutive home Premier League matches for the first time since winning five in a row in May 2017. A massive 9 got this spot-on, and a further 17 had the outcome.

WOLVES 1 SOUTHAMPTON 1
Raul Jimenez scored at the third time of asking after two disallowed first-half goals to cancel out Danny Ings' opener and earn Wolves a point. Everybody predicted a win for Wolves, so no points for anybody from this game.

CHARLTON 3 DERBY 0
Ex-U's Macauley Bonne makes it three goals in four games with the opener in this comfortable victory for Charlton. Well done to noah4x4 for being the only one to get this spot-on, and 14 had the outcome.

LEEDS 1 BIRMINGHAM 0
Kalvin Phillips' strike lifted Leeds to second in the Championship table as the club marked their centenary with a victory. 7 had this spot-on, and another 13 got the outcome.

READING 1 PRESTON 0
Matthew Miazga scored in the eighth minute of stoppage time to give Mark Bowen a winning start as Reading manager. That late goal was good news for the 4 who got this spot-on, and the 1 who had the outcome. 21 predicted a win for Preston.

DONCASTER 2 BRISTOL ROVERS 0
Doncaster ended a four-game winless run and halted Bristol Rovers hot streak. 16 got the outcome, but nobody had it spot-on. A missed Bristol Rovers penalty foiled the 11 who had Doncaster to win 2-1.

ROTHERHAM 1 OXFORD UNITED 2
Oxford United made it seven League One games unbeaten with this win. Only 2 got this spot-on, and 2 also had the outcome. 18 predicted a win for Rotherham.

BRADFORD CITY 2 CRAWLEY 1
Bradford City moved into second place in League Two as they got a third successive home win. 6 had this spot-on, and a further 20 got the outcome.

NEWPORT 2 SCUNTHORPE 1
Newport remain undefeated at home after this win, and Scunthorpe are still looking for their first away point. 6 got this spot-on, and another 19 had the outcome.

NORTHAMPTON 2 SALFORD 0
Northampton ended their four-game winless run with this victory. Well done to Sector4 for being the only one to have this spot-on, and 16 got the outcome.

PLYMOUTH 2 CARLISLE 0
U's summer target Joel Grant netted his third goal in three games, as Plymouth took their unbeaten run to four. Carlisle have now lost their past three league games. 5 got this spot-on, and a further 19 had the outcome with 12 going for a 2-1 in what was the weeks most predicted score.

Wow! What an incredible week this was. The fixtures looked heavily in favour of the home teams - except Reading - and they were all well supported. With only Wolves and Rotherham failing to read the script, we had a real fill your boots week. The 200 points total for any week is rarely breached, so the 266 this week could well be a Happy League record. The total 41 spot-ons, though not a record, was still very commendable. There were three members who did well to have three 3 pointers, they were Blue4U2 who had the wins for Leicester, Reading and Oxford, with five outcomes he is the weeks top scorer with a brilliant 14 points. Also RSCOSWORTH who had the 2-1 wins for Leicester, Bradford City and Newport, and Sector4 who had the wins for Leeds and Bradford City to go with his good Northampton 2-0 pick. They both had four outcomes to give them an excellent 13 points. That total was also achieved by Daniel who made a good decision to go 1-0 all games. A tremendous week all round with eleven members getting double figure scores, and everybody getting at least 7 points.

In the Premier Back to back titles continue to be a distinct possibility for noah4x4, as he gets an impressive 12 points, that included having the Leeds 1-0 spot-on to go with his good Charlton 3-0 pick. Though his lead was cut by a point after the excellent effort from Sector4. Getting nine outcomes was not enough for mfb_cufc to hold onto the final Charity Shield spot, as RSCOSWORTH regains that place with his excellent performance. Two spot-ons, the 2-1 wins for Bradford City and Newport keeps sevebalo in contention for the top three, and two spot-ons, the wins for Leicester and Plymouth, helped to move thrillseeker up a couple of places.

In Division One Another excellent week for Daniel maintains his two point lead, but it is now Blue4U2 who has regained the other automatic spot after his superb week. Up into third is BFG, thanks to having the 2-1 wins for Oxford and Bradford City spot-on. Solid efforts from ghughes11, Lewis_1 and concordman allow them to hold onto the other play-off spots. Having the wins for Leicester and Plymouth spot-on moved wessex_exile closer to those places. Season best scores for durham_exile and oxfcolu gave them a welcome boost, with the latter having the wins for Reading and Newport spot-on. The final member to have two spot-ons this week was Pinault_Noir, the 1-0 wins for Leeds and Reading. After failing to show for the fourth week running I have no option but to expel brightspurs from all Happy competitions.

Happy Cup The draw for the Happy Cup groups will be taking place shortly, and all the details for this competition will be on a separate thread after the FA Cup 1st Round draw on Monday.

THE TABLES (78 out of 280 played)
(Tie-breaker: Most 3 pointers, and then the first to post)





Week 12 Fixtures

WATFORD v AFC BOURNEMOUTH
HUDDERSFIELD TOWN v BARNSLEY
BURTON ALBION v BLACKPOOL
LINCOLN CITY v BOLTON WANDERERS Match postponed - Waterlogged pitch
FOREST GREEN ROVERS v CREWE ALEXANDRA Match postponed - Waterlogged pitch
WALSALL v MANSFIELD TOWN

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Happy League 2019/20 Week 11 (of 38) - Deadline Saturday 19th October 15.00
at 21:07 12 Oct 2019

Week 10 Results

PETERBOROUGH 2 LINCOLN 0

Peterborough moved up to third in League One with two goals in the last 8 minutes. Those late goals were good news for the 4 who got this spot-on, and the 23 that had the outcome.

PORTSMOUTH 0 GILLINGHAM 0
Goalkeeper Jack Bonham was the hero as Gillingham held Portsmouth to a bore draw and denied the hosts a third league win in a row. Nobody had this spot-on, but 7 did get the outcome for predicting 1-1. The other 22 predicted a win for Portsmouth with 9 going for a 2-1 in what was equally the weeks most predicted score.

SOUTHEND 1 AFC WIMBLEDON 4
In-form Marcus Forss grabbed a hat-trick to fire AFC Wimbledon to a thumping win at fellow strugglers Southend, to give them their first points away from home this season. Again nobody got this spot-on, though 8 did have the outcome.

CHELTENHAM v NEWPORT Match postponed - International call-ups

EXETER 1 FOREST GREEN 0
Exeter win it with their only shot on target. A decent 6 had this spot-on, with a further 11 getting the outcome.

SWINDON 1 PLYMOUTH 1
Joel Grant, who looked like he was joining the U's in the summer, scored a late equaliser to save a point for Plymouth. Only 2 got this spot-on, and nobody had the outcome. 21 predicted a win for Swindon with 9 going for a 2-1 in what was the weeks other most predicted score.

With the Cheltenham v Newport game being postponed after the fixtures were announced, the five games left struggled to make up for that loss. All the home teams received plenty of support, but only Exeter and Peterborough delivered. With the latter's late goals saving eight members from having a blank week. In the end we had twelve 3 pointers, that were shared out with twelve members getting one each. Of the twelve only eagledares managed to get three outcomes to go with having the Swindon 1-1 spot-on, and he is this weeks top scorer with a decent 6 points. There were eight members who just missed out on this honour by getting a very good 5 points.

In the Premier The 1-0 prediction has been good for noah4x4 this season, and Exeter gave him another 3 points for predicting that score this week. This helped to extend his lead to a very healthy 22 points. To average more than a point a game is incredible, and he is well on the way to breaking all Happy League records for most points and 3 pointers in a season. As an extent to how well he is doing, the distant second Sector4 would be leading Division One at the moment. Having the Peterborough outcome saved mfb_cufc and RSCOSWORTH from firing a blank, but they remain third and fourth. The other member to get the Swindon 1-1 spot-on was Tropical_Us, and he moves up a place, as does eagledares with his top scoring effort. The two "Gooners" both had the Exeter 1-0 spot-on, but remain unmoved, though they have made sure the Charity Shield and relegation spots are separated by only 9 points.

In Division One It is all change at the top of this league with Daniel, ghughes11 and concordman all benefiting from having the Exeter 1-0 spot-on, and they now occupy the top three places. Last weeks leader Blue4U2 was another who had to settle for just having the Peterborough outcome, and he drops to fourth. Outcomes were enough to keep Lewis_1 and BFG in the other play-off spots. In the latter's case just on the first to post rule. Getting the Peterborough 2-0 spot-on helped all of blueeagle, wessex_exile and basher2010 move closer to those play-off places. At the bottom brightspurs failed to show for the third week running, and is now one more no show from being expelled from all Happy competitions. If you read this mrhappy, please have a word with your son to avoid this happening.

THE TABLES (67 out of 280 played)
(Tie-breaker: Most 3 pointers, and then the first to post)




Week 11 Fixtures Picked by this weeks guest Blue4U2. This is now an 11 game week to make up for the Cheltenham v Newport game being postponed in Week 10.

LEICESTER CITY v BURNLEY
WOLVERHAMPTON WANDERERS v SOUTHAMPTON
CHARLTON ATHLETIC v DERBY COUNTY
LEEDS UNITED v BIRMINGHAM CITY
READING v PRESTON NORTH END
DONCASTER ROVERS v BRISTOL ROVERS
ROTHERHAM UNITED v OXFORD UNITED
BRADFORD CITY v CRAWLEY TOWN
NEWPORT COUNTY v SCUNTHORPE UNITED
NORTHAMPTON TOWN v SALFORD CITY
PLYMOUTH ARGYLE v CARLISLE UNITED

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As they are a club we have a close association with it is interesting to read they have 100% record in League and Cup this season. They play in the Isthmian North Division, where they top the League with 18 points from 6 games, and today they beat Chertsey Town 6-1 in the 3rd qualifying round of the FA Cup. The draw for the 4th qualifying round is on Monday at 13.30.

I think they currently have four U's players on loan there. After signing Junior and Gondoh from them, I wonder, as they are doing so well, if there are any others we may consider signing. Also their manager Wayne Brown is looking like the number one contender to take over from McGreal if he should ever leave.
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Happy League 2019/20 Week 10 (of 38) - Deadline Saturday 12th October 15.00
at 22:16 5 Oct 2019

Week 9 Results

BURNLEY 1 EVERTON 0

Burnley take their unbeaten run to four, as Everton have now lost four consecutive Premier League games for the first time since January 2015. Since the start of last season, Everton have shipped 22 goals from set-piece situations (excl. pens) in the Premier League, more than any other side. 3 got this spot-on, and another 10 had the outcome.

LIVERPOOL 2 LEICESTER 1
Liverpool win it with a 95th minute penalty. Milner's penalty was the 34th time Liverpool have scored a 90th-minute winning goal in a Premier League match - at least nine more than any other side. That late goal was good news for the massive 9 who had this spot-on, and a further 16 got the outcome.

NORWICH 1 ASTON VILLA 5
Villa brushed aside a team that came up from the Championship alongside them last season. Villa became the first promoted side to score five goals away from home in a Premier League match since Bolton at Leicester in August 2001. Not surprisingly nobody got this spot-on, and only 3 had the outcome. 20 predicted a win for Norwich.

ACCRINGTON 2 OXFORD UNITED 2
Oxford United extended their unbeaten run to six games with this draw, though their run of five clean sheets came to an end. Nobody had this spot-on, but 5 did get the outcome. 20 predicted a win for Oxford with 10 going for a 2-1 in what was equally the most predicted score this week.

AFC WIMBLEDON 3 ROCHDALE 2
A first league win of the season for Wimbledon, but after leading 3-0 they were given a scare by two goals from ex-U's Ian Henderson. Again no 3 pointer for anybody from this game, though 12 did have the outcome, with 10 going for a 1-0 in what was the weeks other most predicted score.

ROTHERHAM 4 COVENTRY 0
Rotherham ended 10-man Coventry's unbeaten start to the season in emphatic fashion. Yet another game with no spot-on, but 7 did get the outcome.

Not for the first time this season one result saved the week from being a disaster for finding those important 3 pointers. It was that controversial late penalty winner from Liverpool making all the difference this time, giving us 9 of the weeks total 12 spot-ons. The Burnley 1-0 produced the other 3, so two members did well to get them both. They were ghughes11, to give him a very good 6 points, and concordman, who also had one outcome to give him a decent 7 points. He has to share the honour of being the weeks top scorer with noah4x4, who was best of those who had one 3 pointer, the Burnley 1-0, and four outcomes to give him the decent 7 points.

In the Premier After a blip last week noah4x4 was back to his imperious best again, top scoring for the fourth time this season, and extending his lead to an incredible 19 points. Sector4 was grateful for that late Liverpool winner to stop him falling further behind, and four outcomes made sure mfb_cufc held onto the final Charity Shield spot. Others to benefit from having the Liverpool 2-1 spot-on were RSCOSWORTH, to remain fourth, sevebalo to move up two places into fifth, and TheFatGooner to move him out of the relegation zone. Hard luck story of the week goes to thrillseeker for being the only one to predict 1-1 for the Liverpool v Leicester game.

In Division One A single outcome was enough to keep Blue4U2 at the summit, but the pack closed in, lead by Daniel having the Liverpool 2-1 spot-on, moving him three places into the other automatic place. Also moving up three is ghughes11, with his good week taking him back into the play-offs after a week away. Outcomes for Lewis_1 and GOSBTS maintains their play-off spots. The top scoring effort from concordman moves him to within a point of the top six. Others to benefit from the Liverpool 2-1 in this league were basher2010 and gsy163, and they move up two and four places respectively. After only having one blank in the first 45 weeks of competing in the Happy League unitedwhites has now had one for the last two weeks, and he drops a further four places.

THE TABLES (62 out of 280 played)
(Tie-breaker: Most 3 pointers, and then the first to post)




Week 10 Fixtures This was meant to be a guest pick 10 week, but it is time for an International break again, and that leaves the guest with limited fixtures to pick from, so Week 11 will be a guest pick 10 week now.

PETERBOROUGH UNITED v LINCOLN CITY
PORTSMOUTH v GILLINGHAM
SOUTHEND UNITED v AFC WIMBLEDON
CHELTENHAM TOWN v NEWPORT COUNTY Match postponed - International call-ups
EXETER CITY v FOREST GREEN ROVERS
SWINDON TOWN v PLYMOUTH ARGYLE

The Cheltenham v Newport game was still on last Saturday, so this is a late call. Week 11 will now be a guest pick 11 to make up for this.

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at 20:58 28 Sep 2019

Week 8 Results

CHARLTON 1 LEEDS 0

A goal from ex-U's Macauley Bonne was enough to condemn Leeds to a first away defeat of the season. Well done to Lewis_1 and oxfcolu for being the only ones to predict this shock win, and they both got it spot-on. 22 predicted a win for Leeds with 9 going for a 2-0 in what was the weeks most predicted score.

DERBY 3 BIRMINGHAM 2
Derby end their car-crash week with a victory, but only after Birmingham had come from 2-0 down to level and then miss a penalty. Nobody had this spot-on, but 17 did get the outcome.

HUDDERSFIELD 1 MILLWALL 1
Huddersfield ended their seven-game losing run, but had to settle for a point as they were held to a draw by 10-man Millwall. 5 got this spot-on, and 2 more had the outcome.

CHELTENHAM 1 CREWE 1
Ex-U's Chris Porter's fourth League goal of the season secured a draw for 10-man Crewe. A good 6 had this spot-on, and another 1 got the outcome.

SALFORD 0 FOREST GREEN 4
Salford's disappointing start to life in League Two continued as they were thrashed by an impressive Forest Green. Nobody got this spot-on, though 17 did have the outcome.

SCUNTHORPE 1 BRADFORD CITY 1
Scunthorpe survived playing 81 minutes with 10 men to get a draw. A decent 7 had this spot-on, and 1 more got the outcome.

A tough set of fixtures like this don't normally deliver the draws expected from them, but this week they did, with three games ending 1-1. In fact it was the main route to a 3 pointer, with those games producing 18 of the 20 spot-ons, and only the shock win for Charlton getting the other 2. The 1-1 draw has given RSCOSWORTH a lot of success in the past, and by predicting that score for the final five fixtures, it proved successful again, and he this weeks top scorer with an excellent 9 points. There were three other members to benefit from this score to give them two 3 pointers. They were burnsieespana, who had the ones for Huddersfield and Cheltenham, and Stupid_Gooner, who got the Huddersfield and Scunthorpe ones. They both got two outcomes to give them a very decent 8 points. The other was Colukev who had the Cheltenham and Scunthorpe ones to give him a very good 6 points.

In the Premier Last weeks top two were not done any favours with those games ending in draws, and they had to rely on outcomes from the other three fixtures. Not much damage done though for noah4x4 as his lead is reduced by only a point by Sector4 who reclaims the second spot thanks to having the Scunthorpe 1-1 spot-on. A single outcome was enough for mfb_cufc to cling onto the final Charity Shield spot. After spending the early weeks in the relegation zone, RSCOSWORTH continued the improvement, with his top scoring effort moving him up three places, and within a point of the third place he has finished for the last two seasons. By getting 3 points for the Scunthorpe 1-1 Tropical_Us also moved up three places. At the bottom Colukev showed the sort of form required to avoid the drop.

In Division One A very good 6 points, that included having the Cheltenham 1-1 spot-on, has given Blue4U2 a 4 point lead, after relying on the most 3 pointer rule last week. Up into the other automatic place is BFG, thanks to getting the Huddersfield 1-1 spot-on. Newbie GOSBTS has been improving week on week, and having the Cheltenham 1-1 spot-on to give him a very good 6 points, moves him up another three places into third. Getting that good Charlton 1-0 spot-on enabled Lewis_1 to remain fourth. After just the one outcome Daniel has to settle for a play-off spot this week. Reclaiming the final play-off place is blueeagle, who was another to benefit from having the Scunthorpe 1-1 spot-on. The two star performers in this League occupied the bottom two places last week, but season best scores for both moved burnsieespana up five places, and Stupid_Gooner up three.

Even though there are 13 weeks to go before we know the qualifiers for the Champions League, here is a first look to how qualifying is going. The qualifiers will be the 11 top scorers over the two divisions after Week 21, plus BFG qualifying as holder. The member currently occupying that final 11th place is Tropical_Us with his 34 points, but only on the first to post rule. But with a majority of members within 7 points of that total, those places are very much up for grabs.

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(Tie-breaker: Most 3 pointers, and then the first to post)




Week 9 Fixtures

BURNLEY v EVERTON
LIVERPOOL v LEICESTER CITY
NORWICH CITY v ASTON VILLA
ACCRINGTON STANLEY v OXFORD UNITED
AFC WIMBLEDON v ROCHDALE
ROTHERHAM UNITED v COVENTRY CITY

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Week 7 Results

LEICESTER 2 TOTTENHAM 1

Leicester came from behind to beat a Spurs team that are now without a win in their last nine away games in the Premier League - they last had a longer winless away run between April and December 2006. A decent 7 got this spot-on, and 2 more had the outcome.

BURNLEY 2 NORWICH 0
Burnley have now won six consecutive league meetings with Norwich at Turf Moor after this comfortable victory. Only 2 had this spot-on, and another 9 got the outcome.

NEWCASTLE 0 BRIGHTON 0
Brighton are unbeaten in all five of their Premier League meetings with Newcastle. Brighton have won just one of their last 15 Premier League matches after this forgettable bore draw. Nobody got this spot-on, but 3 did have the outcome. 25 predicted a win for Newcastle.

BRISTOL CITY 0 SWANSEA 0
Swansea missed the chance to return to the top of the Championship as Bristol City extended their unbeaten run to seven games with this bore draw. Another game with no goals and no 3 pointer for anybody, though 5 did get the outcome. 20 predicted a win for Bristol City.

DONCASTER 2 PETERBOROUGH 0
Doncaster ended Peterborough's seven-game unbeaten run with this victory. Well done to TheHappyGooner for being the only ones to get this spot-on, and 5 more had the outcome.

GILLINGHAM 0 IPSWICH 1
Ex-U's Kane Vincent-Young scored his first goal for Ipswich as his team remain unbeaten at the top of League 1. Just 2 had this spot-on, and a further 19 got the outcome, with 13 going for a 2-0 in what was equally the most predicted score this week.

MK DONS 0 SOUTHEND 1
Former Celtic and Sweden striker Henrik Larsson appeared to move closer to taking over as Southend boss as he watched from the stands as they obtained their first win of the season. Nobody got this shock result spot-on, and only eagledares had the outcome. 28 predicted a win for MK Dons with 13 going for a 2-0 in what was the weeks other most predicted score.

WYCOMBE 1 PORTSMOUTH 0
Adebayo Akinfenwa scored a late penalty to lead high-flying Wycombe to an ill-tempered win against struggling Portsmouth after both teams had a player sent off. 3 got this spot-on, with 10 more having the outcome.

CAMBRIDGE UNITED 0 SWINDON 1
Jerry Yates netted the winner as fourth-placed Swindon recovered from their midweek defeat to the Super U's. A good 6 got this spot-on, and another 13 had the outcome.

COLCHESTER 2 LEYTON ORIENT 1
What should have been a comfortable win for the U's was made more difficult after conceding the most calamitous goal ever seen at the Jobserve Stadium. Again a good 6 had this spot-on, with a further 21 getting the outcome.

A 10 game week that failed to match the heights of the previous one this season, but thanks to the wins for Leicester, Swindon and Colchester it still produced a respectable total of 27 spot-ons. It was the 1-0 scoreline that continued to be one for 3 pointers, with another 4 this week making it 15 out of the seasons 50 fixtures ending this way (9 home and 6 away). Again it was noah4x4 who benefited from this score by having the wins for Ipswich and Wycombe spot-on, and three outcomes gave him an excellent 9 points. But he has to share the honour of being the weeks top scorer with Daniel, who was another to benefit from the 1-0 by having the wins for Ipswich and Swindon spot-on, and GOSBTS, who had the wins for Burnley and Colchester spot-on. Well done to the other five members who got two 3 pointers, they were sevebalo, TheHappyGooner, BFG, basher2010 and MattFlat. Best of those who had one 3 pointer was mfb_cufc, who had the Leicester 2-1 and five outcomes to give him a very good 8 points.

In the Premier There is just no stopping noah4x4, and another top scoring effort has increased his lead to an impressive 17 points. With 29 points from the last 4 weeks mfb_cufc is now his nearest challenger, but will require a strong pair of binoculars to see him. By having the 2-1 wins for Leicester and Colchester spot-on, last seasons runner-up sevebalo moves up a couple of places. A good decision to go 2-0 the last nine fixtures enabled TheHappyGooner to double their 3 pointer total for the season, and a very good 8 points moves them out of the relegation zone. He is replaced there by gerry_us, but after the win double today by the U's and the Essex cricket team he will be more than happy.

In Division One Only two outcomes for leader Blue4U2, but it was enough for him to hold onto top spot thanks to the most 3 pointer rule from Daniel, whose recent run of 30 points from the last 4 weeks moved him to the other automatic spot. Up three places into third is BFG, thanks to getting the wins for Wycombe and Colchester spot-on. Outcomes only for Lewis_1 and ghughes11, but they remain in the play-off places. Into the final play-off spot this week is newbie GOSBTS whose top scoring performance took up five places. Not too many changes in the rest of this league, but basher2010 showed glimpses of last seasons good form by having the wins for Swindon and Colchester spot-on, and he is up four places, and another newbie MattFlat produced his best effort so far by getting the wins for Leicester and Swindon spot-on, and he moves up three places.

THE TABLES (50 out of 280 played)
(Tie-breaker: Most 3 pointers, and then the first to post)




Week 8 Fixtures

CHARLTON ATHLETIC v LEEDS UNITED
DERBY COUNTY v BIRMINGHAM CITY
HUDDERSFIELD TOWN v MILLWALL
CHELTENHAM TOWN v CREWE ALEXANDRA
SALFORD CITY v FOREST GREEN ROVERS
SCUNTHORPE UNITED v BRADFORD CITY

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