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Pompey predictions league update #43

Pompey predictions league update #43

The Pompey predictions league continued in midweek with Palace coming to Fratton.

Relegation was again avoided, we had to win and we did that and Bristol City's failure to win meant that we lived on, for one more game at least...

A number picked up points, be that for going with a win and/or goalscorers. A number were also spot on with it being a 2-1 win.

Nothing for PompeyFrippy again but he still retains top spot for a 43rd game running on 146pts overall.

This is how the table, of 61 at present, currently stands:



Frippy has won the game, but there is still time to get involved and scoop yourself a prize, if nothing else the final predictor of the month one!

To view the 'Pompey prediction league' forum thread click - here.

Remember anyone can enter at any time so just because you missed out on predicting for the last game Palace it is not too late, simply joining for the next league (and the penultimate game of the season), and final of the season at Fratton, against Derby this weekend.

I have made it even easier for you to get involved by putting the forum link for this game below...

Click here to make your prediction: Pompey v Derby.

PLAY UP POMPEY!

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Writer:pompeyrug
Date:Friday April 20 2012
Time: 11:14PM

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