SPAPP 2018/19 – Game 02 – Round 16

The penultimate weekend, a Saturday evening match and seven matches on TV!

  • Round 15: Review
  • Round 16: Matches
  • The End is Nigh
  • Twenty Point Jackpot: Increases
  • League Tables at the bottom of this post
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Round 15: Review

Miles Chapman had the best weekend of Round 15. After a quiet Friday and Saturday (four points from seven matches) he nailed seven points from three matches on Sunday, correctly predicting that Man Utd and Chelsea would draw 1-1 and Man City would beat Burnley 1-0 at Turf Moor.

At the top of the Overall table Scott Symonds (137 points) still retains a healthy seven point lead over Simon Allen (130) in second place with just two Rounds to go.

Below the top two, there are five players who are strong favourites to secure a prize-paying top four finish. Gary Alcroft (126), Neale Ray & Martin Gayton (both 125), Mike Hodgson (122) and Darren Bellamy (120) will all be hoping for a strong finish to the season.

The End is Nigh

As a quick reminder, in the Overall table places are determined in the first instance by total points, followed by Exact Scores and the Correct Predictions. You can read more in our Game Rules.

It should also be remembered that in this Game we introduced a prize for fourth place. Why not read our Prize Breakdown story again to see how the prize fund will be distributed at the end of the season.

Round 16: Matches

The penultimate weekend of the Premier League season is spread across four days, starting on Friday and culminating with Monday Night Football. There are only two matches on Saturday afternoon but we are treated to a match in the evening instead.

Friday 3rd May

  • 20:00 – Everton v Burnley (Sky Sports)

Saturday 4th May

  • 12:30 – Bournemouth v Tottenham (Sky Sports)
  • 15:00 – West Ham v Southampton
  • 15:00 – Wolves v Fulham
  • 17:30 – Cardiff v Palace (BT Sport)
  • 19:45 – Newcastle v Liverpool (Sky Sports)

Sunday 5th May

  • 14:00 – Chelsea v Watford
  • 14:00 – Huddersfield v Man Utd (Sky Sports)
  • 16:30 – Arsenal v Brighton (Sky Sports)

Monday 6th May

  • 20:00 – Man City v Leicester (Sky Sports)

Twenty Point Jackpot: Increasing

The Jackpot will be £36 for Round 16 and will continue to grow at the rate of £1 per Round until somebody achieves the magical 20 points. Should there be no winner in Game 02, then the prize will be rolled-over into next season and would start at £38.

League Tables

Click on the table you would like to view below – Round, Month or Overall. Click on the table heading again to close it, or select a different table.


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