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September Competition

Welcome to Septembers Edition of League of Leagues for the 2017-2018 season. Entry is still open so its not too late to get involved and compete for the round / weekend accolades.

Top Picks for September

In total we have 80 different teams picked by the 28 Leaguers this month. Man City are the top pick this month with 27 picks
League Split: In total we have 18 Premier League Teams, 23 Championship, 18 League 1, 19 League2 and 15 picks from the National League

DIV TEAM PICKS
EPL Man City 27
EPL Liverpool 19
EC Leeds 15
EPL Chelsea 15
L1 Sunderland 15
EPL Arsenal 13
EPL Man United 13
L1 Peterboro 12
EPL Tottenham 12
EC Derby 12

Weekends Action

A full round of fixtures saw only 146 goals scored and no team scored 5 or more.  Still we had some exciting games and a decent number of points scored.

GAMES GOALS AGPG
58 146 2.5172

Round Team Standings

With no teams scoring 5 or earning bonus points there are three teams sharing the top team for round 5, Bristol City, Sheffield United and Harrogate Town – well done to any managers who have those. The top 10 this weekend scored a relatively low 63 points with a max possible score of 70 with the right trump team.

TEAM WEEKSCORE
Bristol City 7
Sheff Utd 7
Harrogate Town 7
Arsenal 6
Burton 6
Bury 6
Colchester 6
Crewe 6
Portsmouth 6
Forest Green Rovers 6

Standings for September and Round 5

An almost perfect weekend for Mark Treadwell scoring 56 points – only  just below the top score. James Marchant’s recovery continues with another solid score in 2nd and Sean Reeve makes up the top 3.

Top 5 NAME SCORE
1 Mark Treadwell 56
2 James Marchant 49
3 Sean Reeve 46
4 Gary Hardy 45
5 Chris Lovett 44
Bottom 5
24 haydn perry 28
25 Richard Taylor 27
26 Dela Van Lare 26
27 Andy Peasnall 23
28 Tara Thomas 19

Propping up the table this round and for September so far is Tara Thomas with a round low of 19 points. Just ahead of Tara we have Andy Peasnall and Dela Van Lare. 4 rounds still to go so that could all change.

Round 6

Its international break this weekend meaning no Premier League or Championship games, and if past seasons are anything to go by we may see a couple of League 1 games get called off due to international call ups. In total we have 33 games across League 1, league 2 and the National League. Weekend starts with Bristol Rovers vs Plymouth at 13:30 on Saturday and ends with Oxford vs Coventry on Sunday at 12:00. Don’t forget to sub out up to 3 premier league or championship teams if you can, as they are not playing so they will 100% not score any points. Subs still need to be in before 7.45pm Friday.