Record Watch 2018/19

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Re: Record Watch 2018/19

by Silver Fox » 23 Sep 2018 15:33

Just Liverpool in the 100% club now after a frankly woeful goalless draw between West Ham and Chelsea

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Re: Record Watch 2018/19

by Mid Sussex Royal » 23 Sep 2018 15:49

Liverpool's next 2 games are Chelsea A and City H, if they come through those still 100% they could well get to 13 games

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Re: Record Watch 2018/19

by Franchise FC » 24 Sep 2018 06:43

Can't believe I'm going to say this but I'll be a Chelsea fan - for one week only

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Re: Record Watch 2018/19

by Kulshaw72RFC » 24 Sep 2018 11:30

Mid Sussex Royal Liverpool's next 2 games are Chelsea A and City H, if they come through those still 100% they could well get to 13 games


But it is Liverpool, so they will probably lose to Burnley or Cardiff or something afterwards

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Re: Record Watch 2018/19

by tidus_mi2 » 29 Sep 2018 19:38

With Liverpool's draw, 13 wins is safe for another season.


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Re: Record Watch 2018/19

by Franchise FC » 30 Sep 2018 06:56

With 13 wins safe for another year we'll have to wait some time before getting any idea whether there's going to be any challenge to 106

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Re: Record Watch 2018/19

by Jagermesiter1871 » 30 Sep 2018 09:32

Franchise FC With 13 wins safe for another year we'll have to wait some time before getting any idea whether there's going to be any challenge to 106


Haven't Leeds already broken it :?: :?:

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Re: Record Watch 2018/19

by Lydia Dustbin » 30 Sep 2018 12:15

Did they wen did leeds broke it

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Re: Record Watch 2018/19

by Silver Fox » 01 Oct 2018 09:56

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Franchise FC With 13 wins safe for another year we'll have to wait some time before getting any idea whether there's going to be any challenge to 106


Haven't Leeds already broken it :?: :?:


Wolves must of done it last year surely?


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Re: Record Watch 2018/19

by Horsham Royal » 01 Oct 2018 14:13

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Franchise FC With 13 wins safe for another year we'll have to wait some time before getting any idea whether there's going to be any challenge to 106


Haven't Leeds already broken it :?: :?:


Wolves must of done it last year surely?


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Re: Record Watch 2018/19

by Franchise FC » 22 Oct 2018 10:27

The 106 record is relies on every team dropping at least 32 points, so averaging 2.3 points per game.

So far :
Championship - both Middlesbrough and Sheff Utd are averaging 1.92
League One - Portsmouth are averaging 2.36
League Two - Lincoln are averaging 2.29

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Re: Record Watch 2018/19

by Silver Fox » 22 Oct 2018 15:09

I like how after 13 games the championship teams with the best chance of beating 106 have already lost as many games as we did that whole season

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Re: Record Watch 2018/19

by Franchise FC » 24 Oct 2018 15:21

The 106 record relies on every team dropping at least 32 points, so averaging 2.3 points per game.

So far :
Championship - Leeds (16 dropped), Middlesbrough (16) and Sheff Utd (16) are averaging 1.86, West Brom (15) averaging 1.85
League One - Portsmouth (11) are averaging 2.23 (already dropped below the asking rate - if we have a REALLY bad winter is it going to be decided on Duckworth-Lewis-Stern), Sunderland (13) are up to 2.27
League Two - Lincoln (12) are averaging 2.2

To add to Silver Fox's observation, the top Championship teams have already dropped half the number of points, in 14 games, that we dropped in the entire season


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Re: Record Watch 2018/19

by Franchise FC » 28 Oct 2018 14:50

Record pace is 2.3 points per game

Championship : Sheffield Utd 1.93
League One : Portsmouth 2.19
League Two : Lincoln 2.06

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Re: Record Watch 2018/19

by Snowflake Royal » 13 Nov 2018 23:33

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Jesus wept.


If they'd beaten Bolton and QPR I'd laugh too but they've actually beaten very easily two decent sides,. they could do a Wolves this season.

Currently on for a record breaking 81 point season.

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Re: Record Watch 2018/19

by Franchise FC » 25 Nov 2018 13:01

Target 2.33 points per game
Championship : Norwich currently 2.0, need to achieve 2.54 for 28 games
League One : Portsmouth currently 2.28, need 2.36 for 28 games
League Two : Lincoln currently 2.06, need 2.5 for 28 games

None are up with the run rate and still can't work out how Duckworth Lewis Stern would work :wink:

Watch out for Man City though.
Currently 2.69, need 2.88 for 25 games - seems unrealistic as the year can only afford to drop three more points

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Re: Record Watch 2018/19

by Tony Le Mesmer » 12 Dec 2018 12:36

Portsmouth lost last night. Currently the biggest danger with 47pts from 21 games.

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Re: Record Watch 2018/19

by Franchise FC » 12 Dec 2018 14:55

Target 2.33 points per game
Championship : Norwich currently 2.05, need to achieve 2.56 for 25 games

League One : Portsmouth currently 2.24, need 2.36 for 25 games
: Sunderland currently 2.16, need 2.44 for 27 games (included because of the games in hand)

League Two : Franchisees currently 2.05, need 2.56 for 25 games
: Lincoln currently 2.05, need 2.54 for 26 games (included because of the game in hand and I can't bring myself to think that the Ronalds can win the division)

Still none are up with the run rate
All teams need to perform better for the rest of the season than they have to date. That's a tall order for any of them

Premier League : Liverpool currently 2.63, need 2.95 for 22 games - in fact, they would have to win the rest of the games as dropping one point obviously means dropping two - doesn't seem very likely

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Re: Record Watch 2018/19

by muirinho » 12 Dec 2018 18:20

Franchise FC Target 2.33 points per game
Championship : Norwich currently 2.05, need to achieve 2.56 for 25 games

League One : Portsmouth currently 2.24, need 2.36 for 25 games
: Sunderland currently 2.16, need 2.44 for 27 games (included because of the games in hand)

League Two : Franchisees currently 2.05, need 2.56 for 25 games
: Lincoln currently 2.05, need 2.54 for 26 games (included because of the game in hand and I can't bring myself to think that the Ronalds can win the division)

Still none are up with the run rate
All teams need to perform better for the rest of the season than they have to date. That's a tall order for any of them

Premier League : Liverpool currently 2.63, need 2.95 for 22 games - in fact, they would have to win the rest of the games as dropping one point obviously means dropping two - doesn't seem very likely


Man City can also theoretically top 106 by winning all remaining games. But, yeah, file under unlikely.

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Re: Record Watch 2018/19

by Franchise FC » 02 Jan 2019 17:09

Premier League target 2.82 points per game
Liverpool currently 2.70, need to achieve 2.89 for 18 games (can only drop 1 more)

Football League target 2.33 points per game
Championship :
Leeds currently 1.96, need to achieve 2.75 for 20 games (can only drop 4 more)
Norwich currently 1.88, need to achieve 2.85 for 20 games (can only drop 2 more)
Sheff Utd currently 1.81, need to achieve 2.95 for 20 games (can't drop any more)

League One :
Portsmouth currently 2.24, need to achieve 2.45 for 20 games (can only drop 10 more)
Luton currently 2.00, need to achieve 2.70 for 20 games (can only drop 5 more)
Sunderland currently 2.08, need to achieve 2.55 for 22 games (can only drop 9 more)
Barnsley currently 1.84, need to achieve 2.86 for 21 games (can only drop 2 more)

League Two :
Lincoln currently 2.04, need to achieve 2.62 for 21 games (can only drop 7 more)
The Ronalds currently 1.88, need to achieve 2.81 for 21 games (can only drop 3 more)
Mansfield currently 1.88, need to achieve 2.77 for 21 games (can only drop 4 more)

That's the full list - just 12 left and likely we'll lose a few of those before the end of the month - maybe even one by the weekend
(Doing this at least makes me feel a little better about our current plight)

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