TWTD Prediction League 2019/20
Friday, 2nd Aug 2019 12:00
With the start of the new season only a few days away, it’s time to register for the TWTD Prediction League 2019/20.
The Prediction League – which doesn’t include cup matches – is essentially the same competition we’ve been running since August 2000. You predict the score and first scorer of each match and you get points based on your accuracy.
You get three points if you get the scoreline spot on, plus a bonus of the number of goals in that game (so an accurate prediction of 1-3 would get you three points and a bonus of four).
If you don’t get the score right but correctly guess that it will be an away win, for example, you’ll be awarded one point. You get two points for predicting the correct first Town scorer.
The overall winner of the competition, which had over 900 registered entrants last season, will receive £150 in Amazon vouchers with second receiving £100 and third £50. Last year’s competition was won by Thorpedo with 115 points ahead of acloke on 114 and ParisBlue on 113.
To get started, go to our Prediction League page and enter your predictions for Saturday’s opening game against Burton Albion at the Pirelli Stadium.
You can make any number of predictions for a match, but only the last one will count. So, if Alan Judge dramatically moves on or Paul Lambert suddenly lands another striker late on Friday afternoon and you think the new man will bag a debut goal, just log in and change your prediction.
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