HT Correct Result 1 Point, Correct Score 3 Points plus FT Correct Result 2 Points, Correct Score 5 Points
First Reading Scorer 3 Points if ALSO Correct Half Result If Above 5 bonus points for time of goal plus or minus 1.
Example below. If Baldock scores and Reading ahead at HT 3 Points but if he scores 16-17-18th minute then scorer worth 8 (Eight) points)
To be clear. If you get the first Reading scorer but the result (the result of the first half for first half goal predictions, or final result for 2nd half goals) is wrong then you DON'T get the points
Example Baldock scores first RDG goal in 17th minute but RDG are drawing or losing at HT, then no points
Extra Point for exact format as the example below
Reading 1-0 Bolton HT Reading 2-1 Bolton FT
Reading Score First <<<<<<<<<
Baldock 17 McNulty 81 Bolton 85
Last game some asked "If it's obvious eg RDG to win 1-0" why can't they get (for example) first team to score?
Answer: There are zillions of ways of presenting scores so I ask for a STANDARD format which is quick and easy to scan. If you want the points, use the format.
If I fail to post a separate prediction, this will count as mine
No idea of a possible score, but just wanted to point out that Parky already has 706 managerial matches under his belt, with Saturday' being his 707th. It's incredible to think he has been a league manager for 15½ years! Where does the time go?!
Also he has played 5 matches v RFC as manager and has yet to win one. Hope that isn't a Jonah for Saturday. On the other hand RFC has only one one of those 5 matches, the other 4 being draws. So maybe a draw Saturday?