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The PL League Boss⭐
Apr 28, 2006
PL Headquarters Hullbridge
Just one set of fixtures left in the current session and thought that perhaps time for a quick review of where we are:

The first thing that strikes me is that predicting is down to luck with just a bit of common sense, for instance Oxford v Carlisle top v bottom, although in the JPT had to be a home win but nobody predicted 3-2.

The second thing is that sometimes the matches are easy to predict others difficult, but that only comes out in hindsight. So if you are currently where you will be content to remain then hope for a difficult, low scoring fixtures, if you need to gain ground then hope for an easy high scoring week.

Most important don’t forget to predict, if you do you will defiantly score no points, predict sensibly and use your wildcard carefully.

Division One
Escudo has been leading the field from jim, defender05 and crewdto but a late streak by ol blue eyes leaves him just three points short of top point. At the bottom The Big Shrimp has clawed his way out of the bottom spot, but only four points separate him from fatgrandad who must kick himself for missing last weeks predictions, while Danshrimper, Kitch and Danneypav are not down yet.

Division Two
Jersey Shrimper must surely be promoted with little between DoDtS, Jim Levenstein and dshrimp fighting it out for the other two automatic places. Bobby Dazzler seems to have guaranteed a play-off spot but 11 others are on 55 to 58 points and it couldn’t be closer. At the bottom SUFC_Ross and Ian_the_Girth are struggling but again 6 are just above on 50-52 points. Frankly for all in this Division one good score (or Bad) could dramatically change your position.

Division Three
Weststander and Jassayfa1 look to have booked two of the automatic places, while Cyril Sneer, Iloveshrimp and Portuguese Shrimper are only separated by one point. Joining two of the above three in the play-offs it looks likely to be C V Shrimper and Tinks, At the bottom it looks like Teenage Shrimper Undertaker and Chapperzuk have given up the ghost and just one point seperates Iron Mike from Shrimper2thecore to see who will be relegated with them.

Division Four
At the top it looks quite clear lead by GBJ who is seven points clear of wickfordblue70 who is seven points clear of Davew who is five points clear of the rest of the field. For the play-offs only five points separate Blue_Wes, Roxy, Shrimpers are Magic, Essexps and WestcliffDGS one of those five will be disappointed.

To all best of luck, if you have had a poor time remember a new session starts on December 18th and its back to level pegging and every dog has his day