The last 8 of the Cup was played last week and in high scoring matches the following line up in the Semi finals on Week 33.
Wayne Little v Andy Barrett
Bamber v Tommy2balls
In the League only 355pts covers the top 5 , with 8 games to go the margins are close.
Congratulations to Andy Barrett who continues to climb the table and now joins the 2 thousand Club after scoring +200 pts.
WEEK 30 commences with the early kick off this Saturday as Champions Elect Spurs take on Bournemouth (I would predict this will also be the favourite BB this week), it ends on Easter Monday as relegation threatened ‘Boro take on relegation form Arsenal in a must win game for Arsene and a must lose game for all those wishing to say au revoir to their current manager.
As we get to the last phase of games of the season Tommy 2 Balls joins Ken Wood and League leader Louis Ferraggi in the 2 thousand Club.
Week 29 is Cup Quarter Finals week and the following are paired up to fight it out for a place in the last 4.
Bettyswallocks v Wayne Little
Robbo Staines Massive v Andy Barrett
Ken Wood v Tommy2balls
Bamber v Superhoops66
Matches kick off tomorrow midday at Spuds who entertain Watford and ends with a Monday night classic at Palarse who have redesigned all exit signs for the night to Wenger Out.
Our League leader Louis Ferraggi decided to return his first minus score of the season in a Cup week and got dumped out of the competition by Bamber who scored +110.
The closest Cup game was between Tommy2balls and Seany B with Tommy running out a 120 to 100 winner.
The Predictor Cup scores and round 3 draw are attached.
This week has only 4 matches due to the FA Cup so hopefully we will get a full house of + scores ! But there again........
Congratulations to Louis Ferraggi for reaching the 2 thousand Club and Dirty Dirty Leeds on scoring a magnificent 230pts .
This week is the 2nd Round of the Predictor Cup and I attach the draw .
Please remember to donate the £5 entry fee to Dave Balls Charity Bike Ride by going to the following link.
WEEK 25 commences with the early kick off on Saturday as MU host Bournemouth; it ends with the Monday night match as Chelsea visit West Ham.
Week 21 saw the first round of the Cup and I attach the results and the Round 2 draw which is played on week 25.
Last weekend, Week 22, was a mixed bag of scores and with a National average score of +45 congrats to Ken Wood and Andy Perren for returning +90pts.
Week 23 commences this Saturday as Dull play Duller at lunchtime and ends on Monday night at God's waiting room where Pep hopes Jesus will save him again.
Week 19 was not only a league schedule but 2 Preliminary matches were played in our Amblers Cup.
Bertie All sorts saw off W12 Club +25 to -5
and will now play PeterD55 in Rd 1 . The other tie resulted in a +95 to -30 win for Seany B over Frank the Gooner !! Seany B now play Andy Perren in the first round proper.
The First Rd matches are scheduled for week21.
The revised Cup draw is attached.
Back to the League Louis Ferraggi hangs onto a 100pt lead from the ever consistent Uxbridge George.
The average national score on week 19 was +28 so congrats to Andy Barrett who returned 110pts and climbed 6 places to 11th.
Week 20 kicks off in Klip Klopp land on Saturday lunchtime and ends Sunday teatime in the King's Rd Costa Coffee as the sulky one sips on a frothy coffee or maybe a cup of China's finest?
As the European Union of Coaches continue to moan about working over the Festive season Week 17 resulted in 12 players reaching the 1k club and Louis holding on to the lead as the pack closes in.
Congrats to both Drayton Dean who returned 150pts and Andy Barrett with 145pts .
Week 18 is Double fixture programme which kicks off tomorrow night as Dull City entertain Evendullerton and ends with a visit to Norf London for the opening of a new Italian restaurant- Poch & Contes which has a signature dish of Humble Pie and Sour grapes.
I have attached the draw for the Predictor Cup which commences on Week 19 with 2 Preliminary matches. All matches are based on the appropriate weeks scores , any drawn matches will be replayed the following week .
I will be collecting the £5 charity donations any training night from the 6th of January.
Happy Predicting and a Happy new year.
A reminder to get your week 16 Predictions done in time for Saturday lunchtime when Palarse and Chelski local horns in Saaarf London.
ADVANCE WARNING: Weeks 17 and 18 are spread over December 26th to January 4th. The total number of matches is 30 so I strongly advise you to get those week’s predictions in as soon as possible as this time of year has proved in the past that yellow cards are easily had. You can change any predictions you enter up to the kick off of each respective game.
Full report and League update next week.
The battle for the Championship hots up once more as Uxbridge George throws down the golden mittens to challenge League leader Bettyswallocks,who still can't break the 1k mark, as the Rookery Golden Boy hits a Champion League spot .
At the opposite end of the table Marco Pronto doubled his season total with a P.B of +125pts to put Robbo Staines Massive under pressure in the fight to avoid the wooden spoon.
Week 14 had a national average score of +40pts so congratulations to Bamber who headed a handful of centurions with an impressive +130pts.
Week 15 with Watford and Everton kicking off a double fixture week so get Predicting Foxes it's a chance to score big for once.
Will Bettyswallocks reach the 1k club ,will Uxbridge George continue with a nosebleed and will Walshy find his wheels ?
Well get Predicting Foxes before Pep and Conte try to out pass each other tomorrow lunchtime .
Week 11 was a week to forget with a National average score of - 11pts and our top scorer Andy Barrett with a credible +35pts .
Wayne Little is edging closer to the top spot held by Bettyswallocks on 770pts.
Week 12 kicks off with Jose entertaining Arsene at the Theatre of Tourists and ends with a Monday night classic when Tony the Club shop model entertains Bob Lords Pie masters.
January will see the first round of our knock-out Cup competition and I will be asking for a £5 donation which will go to one of our chosen charities for 2017 - watch this space for more details .
Week 10 saw our League leader Bettyswallocks come down to earth with 55pts after 3 weeks of a 150 pts average. Betty is now on 800 pts and will reach the 1k club in quick time before Christmas .
The National Talksport Predictor League has just short of 170,,000 players and Betty is now only 355pts behind the current pace setter.
Good luck to Uxbridge Eve who should reach the 100 club this week.
Congrats to RSK Dave who was our week 10 top player with 145 pts.
Week 11 kicks off with a series of Saturday 3pm kick offs - now there's a novelty!
As Sweaty Land prepares for their Brexit Cup match at Wembley and Jose enjoys the prawn sandwiches with Wayne in the stands at the Liberty - " What a liberty " the Norf London love in will show West Spam how fans can get on and enjoy the beautiful game - together
Week 7 was a week where 6 players returned 100pts or more as yours truly came unstuck and continues to head south down the League.
League leader Bettyswallocks impressed most with 165pts and despite a trip to A & E he still has nosebleeds sitting top of the pile.
Rob Staines Massive had a visit from the drug squad as he actually scored a plus and moved off the bottom of the table!
With no games this weekend due to the Coupe du Monde week 8 kicks off a week tomorrow with the Italian love in at the Bridge and finishes with the Monday night Soap ,Brookside v Corrie.
Last weekend saw Rooney take up his new role as ball boy and the Chelski and West Spam defenders join Neighbourhood Watch as our League leader Bertie Basset was really out of sorts as he clung onto top spot with 35pts.
Top scorers were Amblers Youth and W12 Club with a very respectable 130pts securing both a mid table position.
Week 7 kicks on Friday evening with the Toffees hoping for a sweet victory over the SE Ultras and finishes with Arsene enjoying the culinary delights of Lancashire on Monday- daube de boeuf en croute anyone ?
Get Predicting early Foxes,
As Pep kissed Jose and the singing section of tourists at the Theatre of Dreams, great beds by the way, got the Blues ,Bertie Allsorts Bassett retained his top spot with a solid 455pts to date.
Week 4's National average score was 20pts so with 25 Foxes returning above average scores the competition is hotting up.
Biggest riser this week is Dirty Dirty Leeds who can sleep easy this week in 7th place unlike Mr Monk who is busy watching the Sopranos for clues of what happens next!
Week 5 kicks off this Friday night when Chelski entertain Klip Klop Calm down Calm down Fc . The fixtures finish with Wembley playing Moyes relegation Fodder . Hope the Spuds faithful remember it's White Hart Lane not Wembley Park they alight for the festivities.
Get Predicting early Foxes.
As we head into the International break,Joe Hart gets the elbow at Man City (or was that Winston Reid ? ) , Tony Pullis clears out the Baggies Club shop before he gets the sack,Sturridge does Klip Klopp a favour by helping the team out by playing and referees get their cuddles mixed up with their hugs in the penalty box the Amblers have a new leader in the impressive Bertie Allsort Bassett who scored a league record 235pts -SWEET.
Another notable performance was from BettySwallocks who jumped 19 places with a double century - nice to see the blue pills are kicking in, amazing what you can buy in the West Ham Superstore at the Annesummerstadio.
Week 4 kicks off on Saturday 10th September when Jose will greet Pep with a cheeky ear pinch once again and ends with the Canon and Ball Monday night love in starring Everton travelling to Everton reserves - let's hope someone sees the light apart from the stadium that is !
So get your predictions done and dusted when you can ,don't forget you can change predictions upto an hour before kick off .
W12boy Predictor Reports 2016 2017
Week 2 and the ketchup ban at Chelski worked wonders at the home of 'the Candle in the wind' with a late winner by Costa who will now take on the role of Tom Daleys coach for Tokyo.
No ketchup bans but definitely drug tests required as 5 Foxes scored 100+ this week including Drayton Dean who jumped 9 places to 2nd place ,behind League leaders CrookieMonster, with an impressive 135pts.
The Amblers are all now in positive points territory - oops not quite correct as Robbie Staines Town Massive props up the table with an underwhelming -10pts.
Week 3 kicks off the Bank holiday fixtures on Saturday at 12.30pm when Spuds entertain Keepballnoendproduct FC and finishes on Sunday at 4pm at the Eithiad with Gladallover City playing AnneSummers Irons without the frustrated Joe Hart ,who hasn't complained about the splinters in his bum because he is Head and Shoulders above all that !
Have a great week.
With week 1 done and dusted , 35 Foxs embarked on the long journey that is the Premier League of Milk and Honey.
The very early pace maker is Crookie Monster who returned an impressive 100 pts on a week where 29pts was the National average.
The overall National Talksport Predictor League has 163000 players so keep a check on where you stand when you log into your Web page- Crookie Monster stands in 4258th position
Week 2 kicks off this Friday night with Rachel Riley hosting Sky's Friday night show - oh and Manure entertaining Portsmouth Reserves.
The Countdown is on for Rachel and for you to get Predicting.
As the drug squad moves in on Bury St, Bally notches a consecutive 180+ score with 185 opening up a 250 pts lead from Dirty Dirty Leeds who have other things on their mind - will Steve Evans renew his sponsorship with Evans and Evans ? Will Leeds play in Seria B next season, cos the owner doesn't want to play in England?
With only 4 weeks to go and 7 players in the thousand Club we come to the business end of the season - remember this competition has been a marathon not a sprint BUT nows the time to get running Foxes! Happy Predicting Regards W12boy
Week 32 saw most score a minus including our long time leader Louis Ferraggi. Andy Barrett continues to climb the League and is closing in on top spot.
Week 33 is our Predictor Cup Semi Finals with Bamber taking on Tommy2balls and Wayne Little playing Andy Barrett.
Week 33 starts this FRIDAY, that’s F-R-I-D-A-Y so all you late predictorswho like to laze in bed on a Saturday morning; don’t, get them in before Friday 8PM. WHU is hosting Spurs, the latter in their umpteenth London derby of the last few weeks. Spurs can go within 3 points of Champions Elect Chelsea if they win, so they probably won’t as they don’t like to get too close at the fag end of the season. Still, at least Arsenal cannot now finish above them.
Week 33 ends with Saints taking on Arsenal at St. Mary’s the following Wednesday.
This is an eleven-match week so a maximum of 390 points on offer so get Predicting Foxes.
Week 34 saw some of our biggest scores and we now have 17 of 34 players scoring 2000 point plus which places them in the top 10% of the National League of 176,000 players - fantastic stuff.
Week 35 means that the finishing line is in site and as we Predict the final round of matches this Sunday our long time leader Louis Ferraggi takes a 130pt lead over Andy Barrett , it's your to lose Louis !
This Sunday is also our Predictor Cup Final with Wayne Little playing Tommy2balls, a West Spam and Spuds classic. If the scores are level in the final a count back system of the top individual match scores of each player will be used on sliding basis to reach a winning outcome.
Finally if you haven't made your £5 donation to Dave Balls Charity bike ride then please let me know .
So for the final time this season Foxes -
Congratulations on winning this seasons Predictor League and Cup respectively.
I would like to present you both with your trophies this Friday at the Uxbridge Amblers training session at 8pm.
Please can you confirm your availability.