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|Blog ||Round Three: Eagle|
at 18:32 22 Sep 2019
Par was set at five points from one win and two draws. We managed to get a haul of seven points, which means we were two under par. Google promises me that this is an eagle.
|Blog ||If Stats Won Games: Small Victories|
at 17:08 8 Apr 2019
If you think the Premier League is over analysed with meaningless stats by meaningless contributors, have I got a treat for you! With six games to go and a 44% chance of relegation even if we win all six, my attention has turned to more realistic, less fruitful objectives.
|Blog ||If Statistics Won Games: Ipswich 2-0 Reading|
at 22:25 20 Feb 2015
This international edition comes straight from France. So in the spirit of the occasion, crack open a bottle of Bordeaux, stick a tartiflette in the oven and soak up the oelignanthic atmosphere of this winning edition of If Statistics Won Games.
|Blog ||If Statistics Won Games: Fulham 0-1 Ipswich|
at 08:29 14 Feb 2015
If Statistics Won Games returns at this early hour to bring you good news! There’s no need to continue to be leptochrous, our bad run is officially over!
|Blog ||If Statistics Won Games: Rotherham 1-1 Ipswich|
at 12:25 4 Feb 2015
Stubbornly defying the second law of thermodynamics, If Statistics Won Games bravely resists the arrow of time by continuing to create order through the coercion of high entropy.
|Blog ||If Statistics Won Games: Ipswich 2-1 Wigan|
at 10:54 28 Jan 2015
After last week’s tepid edition, a rejuvenated If Statistics Won Games pulls no punches with a brand new, season-defining, phylogenetic branch of statistics – The Wider Context.
|Blog ||If Statistics Won Games: Millwall 0-2 Ipswich|
at 10:48 12 Jan 2015
Welcome back to the fallacious blog that inspired audiences worldwide to believe we had a chance of beating Derby, predominantly because it managed to finally get a prediction correct. After last week’s forecast turned out to be the biggest let-down since The Matrix Reloaded hit the cinemas, If Stats Won Games returns the once again back the Blue Army!
|Blog ||If Statistics Won Games: Ipswich 2-1 Derby|
at 10:06 7 Jan 2015
As the residents of Hell continue to complain of frostbite, and pigs continue their post-flight feather preening, If Statistics Won Games returns from the uncharted waters of a successful scoreline prediction.
|Blog ||If Statistics Won Games: Ipswich 3-0 Charlton|
at 11:33 27 Dec 2014
“You can’t do that!” enthused Feed The Bish. “It’s meant to be the feel-good blog: you write a home-truth here, spin a curveball there, but then it’s 2-0 Ipswich or a solid away point and we all leave happy that the stats Gods are on our side. And on Boxing Day no less, [you predict a defeat] against a side that has not beaten a team beginning with ‘I’ since 1956!”. Fresh from violating its own premise, it’s the renegade blog - If Stats Won Games!
|Blog ||If Stats Won Games: Ipswich 2-1 Middlesbrough|
at 09:29 17 Dec 2014
Exclusive to TWTD! Filling the time when you’re at your most bored. 100% guaranteed to get the scoreline incorrect. It’s the blog you can trust to get it wrong. It’s the new Wednesday edition of If Stats Won Games.
|Blog ||Happy Anniversary: Or Thank You|
at 20:42 1 Nov 2014
Two years have flown by, and it is easy to forget what a mess we were in when Mick McCarthy joined. I can no longer make it to home games, but occasionally make it to away fixtures. So whilst my experience of how we play is not extensive, I do see the merits and criticisms that polarised opinions expressed on the forums.
|Blog ||You’re Not Fit to Wear the Shirt!|
at 13:38 29 Oct 2012
I had pretty much finished writing this when the Richie Wellens article was posted, so I don’t know how people are likely to take it. I guess what I had written would have been a little more controversial prior to his open and frank assessment of our club. But I thought I’d finish what I had started for all to see.
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