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StevieDay1983 last won the day on August 7 2021

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  1. The Punters Lounge Fantasy Football League finally appears to have a leader who is showing the potential of taking some moving from that top spot. @Gray306 has held onto first place ahead of @skyblues88 in what is becoming an intriguing battle at the top. Haynes may well have stretched his lead at the summit but it's still a tightly-contested fight with just 12 points separating the top two. It was a rather low-scoring week so it'll be interesting to see if those two remain at the top come next week. It was a close week in terms of Manager of the Week. Not a massive score was enough. One of the fantasy football OG, @StevenKing, came close with a score of 67 but it was @Dennis Bergkamp who took home the accolade with a 69 (ooh er!) total. An even more impressive feat given the fact that Jan's team did it essentially with just 10 men after Rasmus Hojlund fired a blank. Lowest score of the week was also a close affair. It was @Nosey-P's side who will have to spend the week in the town stocks after they only managed 23 points. A perfect storm of Reece James scoring -3 with James Maddison and Callum Wilson scoring 0 due to being injured but remaining in the starting XI due to the entire subs bench also being unavailable. Time to shake things up, Wayne! I think you need to have a word with your owner to splash the cash in January! Otherwise, a nose dive to the bottom of the table could be tough to avoid! The deadline for transfers this week is a later-than-usual 1:30pm UK time on Saturday 2nd December. Best of luck!
  2. Welcome @Matthew Brooks! Take your time to have a look around the forum. If you love your non-league stuff then be sure to check out the tips posted by our very own @Darran. He certainly knows his stuff!
  3. The Punters Lounge Fantasy Football League enters the international break with a familiar face sitting proudly at the top of the table. @Gray306's Ju-Lo's Lamborghini continues to lead the way but his lead at the summit has been reduced to just 9 points after a strong 94-point week from @skyblues88's Show Me the Mane. What drama leading into a two-week break! Incredibly, in a strong week of scoring, 94 points wasn't enough to take the Manager of the Week accolade. Several managers breached the 94 points plus mark this week. However, it was a team that fell just short of reaching the 100 points tally with 99 pointsthat took the top score this week in the shape of James Hedges and his Hedge Fund team. The standard 32 points from Erling Haaland as captain put down the foundations for a positive week. Double-figure scores from Konstantinos Tsimikas, Mohamed Salah, and John McGinn added to that score for a mammoth return. That score moved Hedges into the top 50 in the league table as well. Now, the time of the week everybody looks forward to... except the potential recipients. Name of Shame this week is a harsh one because there weren't generally too many bad scores. It's certainly one of the more brutal lowest scores we've had but somebody has to "win" it. Step forward @Peter York and his Bowhill Bears team who could only get 35 points this week. Darwin Nunez getting 10 points saved it from being an even worse week. Unfortunately, those are the punches, Peter. So in the Punters Lounge village stocks with you. I should add that a few of you flirted with danger in the 35 to 40 points zone so consider yourselves lucky! Keep your heads low and have a think about your decisions during the international window! Note to self: Must stop being so enthusiastic with the use of the spanking emoji on here! The deadline for transfers for the next round of Premier League matches is 11am UK time on Saturday 25th November. Best of luck!
  4. Welcome @Xizir, Hope you enjoy your time on the forum and pick up some great tips from our expert tipsters and community members. Take a look around and you might even discover some sports you didn't even think of checking out!
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  6. You can enjoy it for 2 more weeks as well with the international break coming up!
  7. The Punters Lounge Fantasy Football League saw a low-scoring week of action this time around and that meant we saw no change at the top of the table. @Gray306 remains in 1st place despite only earning 47 points. It says everything that a score like that was still 12 points higher than the average. I guess that's what happens when Erling Haaland and Mohamed Salah have a poor week. I bet those suckers that had both of them in their team didn't do very well... Unsurprisingly, in such a low-scoring week it was a score of just 58 points that was enough to take the Manager of the Week plaudits this round. Chris Robinson Smith's Hackney Harriers may well be down in 116th place in the table but they were the top-scoring team this week. Nicholas Jackson's hat-trick saw him contribute 16 points and then there were solid performances from the Newcastle duo of Kieran Trippier and Anthony Gordon to boost the total. There were a few contenders for the Name of Shame this week. A fair few totals in the teens. We're looking at some 16s, 15s, and 14s in the tallies. However, we're not hear to drag your names through the mud. Oh no. That privilege belongs to a team that only mustered 12 points this week in the shape of Matthew Brocklebank's Natural Selection. Based on this score, let's hope Darwinism is not at play because it'll be off to Switzerland for a swift dose of euthanasia for each member of your squad. The transfer deadline for this week's matches is Saturday 11th November at 11am UK time. Best of luck to you all!
  8. We are playing really well right now and at home I'd back us to beat anyone. Norwich will be missing key centre back Shane Duffy but he'll probably be glad to not return to the Cardiff City Stadium after he bagged two own goals in 16 minutes at this venue when he played for Blackburn at this venue in a 2-1 loss back in 2016. I think it'll likely be another low-scoring game but it could be a cracker. I'm cautiously backing Cardiff to win though.
  9. I'm intrigued to see how we get on away to Stoke. I had been hoping to attend this game to catch up with an old friend who moved to Cheadle (just outside Stoke-on-Trent) but think I'll struggle to make it. It's three wins on the bounce for the Potters including impressive back-to-back home victories against Sunderland and Leeds so it's going to be a tough game. Our record against Stoke was, historically, not great but in recent times we've had their number. We're unbeaten in the last 6 meetings but 4 of the previous 5 encounters have ended in a draw. I wouldn't be surprised if this is a draw as well. We have kept back-to-back clean sheets but the opposition haven't been the best in Huddersfield and Bristol City. We still lack a potent finisher with our top scorer only having 3 league goals. Luckily, Kion Etete is back and even though he is unlikely to start he has bagged 5 goals in all competitions and looked greatly improved just before his injury. I'd back a low-scoring draw here though and, as a Cardiff fan, I'd take that to extend our undefeated run.
  10. Check out the odds for the latest matches coming up in the French Ligue 1 this weekend. Share any tips or predictions you have for these games down below!
  11. Here are the odds for this weekend's matches set to be played in the Italian Serie A. Give us your bets for these games and let's smash the bookies!
  12. Take a look at the odds for this weekend's matches scheduled to be played in the German Bundesliga I. Share your tips and picks with us below!
  13. Check out the odds for this weekend's matches taking place in the Spanish La Liga. Hit us with your predictions for these games down below!
  14. It's all change once again at the top of the Punters Lounge Fantasy Football League. @Gray306, if you were pleased with your former manager's car doing the business last week then you'll be bloody euphoric this week after your team stormed to the top of the table after an 87-point total this week. A courageous 105-point tally from Rob Cooper's email this team in wasn't quite enough to take top spot with the team falling just 1 point short of the summit. If only James Ward-Prowse had scored this weekend! Anyway, it was actually Cooper's side who delivered him the Manager of the Week nod this week. Erling Haaland's 32 points as captain was backed up by double-figure totals by Bryan Mbeumo, Moussa Diaby, and Son Heung-min. A special moment of recognition for Glen Barnes and his Beer and Football side who also breached the 100-point mark this week. He did have Haaland in his team but not as his captain. Old Glenny boy decided to go leftfield and made Eddie Nketiah his skipper with the Arsenal striker bagging a hat-trick and 34 points on his own. The Name of Shame this week kind of feels a bit harsh being handed out. I need to check the stats but I believe it's the highest total we've had for the worst score in a week this season. The 109th placed Max Interference managed by Matthew Sadler are the bottom scoring side this week with a relatively high lowest score of 32 points. Sadler's team looked the business but simply appeared to suffer from a number of consistent performers just experiencing an off-week. Still, rules are rules and public shamings are public shamings. Off with your underwear and around the village you go my son! Shame! Shame! Shame! The deadline for transfers this week is 11am UK time on Saturday 4th November. All the best!
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