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Season 21/22 Predictions League - Round 12 - 15th/16th October 8pm


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H West Brom v Birmingham

H Fulham v QPR

A Blackburn v Coventry

A Bristol City v Bournemouth

H Huddersfield v Hull

H Middlesbrough v Peterborough

H Millwall v Luton

H Nottingham Forest v Blackpool

H Preston v Derby

H Reading v Barnsley

H Sheff Utd v Stoke

D Swansea v Cardiff

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H West Brom v Birmingham

H Fulham v QPR

D Blackburn v Coventry

A Bristol City v Bournemouth

H Huddersfield v Hull

 A Middlesbrough v Peterborough

H Millwall v Luton

H Nottingham Forest v Blackpool

D Preston v Derby

H Reading v Barnsley

A Sheff Utd v Stoke

 D Swansea v Cardiff

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Opps forgot to predict in time for first game 

Fulham v QPR H

Blackburn v Coventry H

Bristol City v Bournemouth A

Huddersfield v Hull H

Middlesbrough v Peterborough H

Millwall v Luton H

Nottingham Forest v Blackpool H

Preston v Derby H

Reading v Barnsley H

Sheff Utd v Stoke H

Swansea v Cardiff H

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Like DurhamRed, I'm late to the party also...had a LONG day yesterday! Hopefully I can still predict today's fixtures:

 

Fulham v QPR (D)

Blackburn v Coventry (D)

Bristol City v Bournemouth (A)

Huddersfield v Hull (H)

Middlesbrough v Peterborough (H)

Millwall v Luton (D)

Nottingham Forest v Blackpool (D)

Preston v Derby (A)

Reading v Barnsley (H)

Sheff Utd v Stoke (A)

Swansea v Cardiff (H)

 

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iwould like to take the opportunity to give a mention to my opponent,Blanco, on a brilliant piece of predictioneering haha its not my first drubbing by the irish maestro either . in past seasons hes racked up an 8 and a 9 against me but bar luton winning at reading yesterday he went through the card . well done mate. 

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39 minutes ago, Essuuaitch said:

iwould like to take the opportunity to give a mention to my opponent,Blanco, on a brilliant piece of predictioneering haha its not my first drubbing by the irish maestro either . in past seasons hes racked up an 8 and a 9 against me but bar luton winning at reading yesterday he went through the card . well done mate. 

@Essuuaitch thank you for the kind words and I apologise that I seem to have the hoodoo over you. I should also thank you as last time out when you spotted an error in the scores it resulted in me gaining a point 👍

I will also take the opportunity to thank @Youngy228 for his tremendous work on the predictions league. I really do enjoy it 

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