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    Quote Originally Posted by roadrunner_552 View Post
    Zai Lar this weekend.

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    CO Sir and 2IC..tml EOY going?
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    Rafa Benitez has told his players they must entertain their loyal fans by scoring as many goals as they can.

    RAFA: I WANT GOALS

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    BOSS: I WANT GRAND SLAM CONFIDENCE



    Rafa Benitez believes the confidence Liverpool could gain from the so-called 'grand slam weekend' could be more important than the three points up for grabs.

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    the EPL dun come any bigger than this game, simply becos everlose is no longer the force they once were and that manu has grown stronger season after season.

    anyway, we're not tat bad too this season. it's gonna be a tight game!


    Liverpool v Man Utd


    Anfield
    Sunday, 16 December
    Kick-off: 1330 GMT


    Liverpool midfielder Xabi Alonso is set to return to the squad after a two month absence with a metatarsal injury.

    Defender Steve Finnan is doubtful because of a calf problem while centre-back Daniel Agger remains sidelined with a foot injury.

    Sir Alex Ferguson is reporting a clean bill of health, with John O'Shea (abductor strain) the only minor doubt.

    Owen Hargreaves has recovered from the calf injury he sustained in the warm-up prior to Saturday's win over Derby.


    Liverpool from:
    Reina, Arbeloa, Carragher, Hyypia, Riise, Kewell, Gerrard, Mascherano, Benayoun, Alonso, Kuyt, Torres, Aurelio, Babel, Crouch, Finnan, Hobbs, Itandje, Leiva, Voronin, Sissoko.


    Manchester United (from):
    Van der Sar, Kuszczak, Brown, Simpson, Ferdinand, Vidic, Pique, O'Shea, Evra, Ronaldo, Nani, Fletcher, Anderson, Hargreaves, Carrick, Giggs, Rooney, Saha, Tevez.


    BIG-MATCH FACTS

    Liverpool make their seventh attempt to notch a 50th league victory over Manchester United.

    A draw would be enough to see Manchester United climb above Arsenal to the top of the table, ahead of the Gunners' home game with Chelsea which kicks off less than 45 minutes after the final whistle of this game is blown; victory for Liverpool will half their six-point deficit on the Red Devils.

    This is the second of three massive fixtures in eight days for the Merseysiders, following Tuesday's decisive 0-4 Champions League win over Marseilles in France, and ahead of Wednesday's Carling Cup quarter-final at Chelsea.

    Liverpool suffered a shock loss, away to Reading last Saturday, and are in danger of their first back-to-back defeats in 17 Premier League matches.

    Both these clubs are meeting a fellow member of the "big four" for the third time this season, and both are unbeaten: United beat Chelsea 2-0 at home on 23 September and drew 2-2 at Arsenal on 3 November, while Liverpool have drawn both theirs 1-1 at home, to Chelsea on 19 August and to Arsenal on 28 October.

    Sir Alex Ferguson has had the better of the exchanges with Rafael Benitez. United have won five and drawn one of the six Premier League matches against Rafa's Reds, although the Merseysiders did knock out United from the FA Cup in February 2006.

    Manchester United ended Liverpool's 30-match unbeaten Premier League record at Anfield with a 0-1 victory in this corresponding fixture last March. John O'Shea came off the bench to win a dramatic stoppage time winner, after Paul Scholes was sent off for swinging a punch at Liverpool's Xabi Alonso.

    Liverpool have suffered more Premier League defeats to Manchester United than any other club (16), and conceded more Premier League goals against them than to any other side (44).


    CLUB FORM


    LIVERPOOL

    (all statistics are ahead of this weekend's round of Premier League fixtures)

    1. Defeat to Reading ended a 15-match unbeaten Premier League sequence of eight wins and seven draws.

    2. The three goals from the Royals were the first conceded in five Premier League outings, and increased the total of those shipped in this league campaign by half as much again (from six to nine).

    3. Last lost successive league games away to Portsmouth and Fulham on 28 April and 5 May respectively.

    4. Averaging two points per match; 30 in 15. They are eight points better off than at this same stage last season.

    5. Conceded the opening goal only twice in Premier League matches this season - fewer than any other club, and one of two clubs not to have let in a goal in the first 15 minutes; the other is Blackburn.

    6. Trailed at half-time only once in this Premier League season (away to Everton).

    7. Won the last five league and cup games at Anfield, with an aggregate score of 20-2.

    8. Undefeated in 11 home league games; won six and drawn five since the 0-1 loss to Manchester United on 3 March.

    9. The only club to have scored as many as four penalties in Premiership competition this season, and one of two clubs to have conceded four; the other is Birmingham.

    10. The remaining Premier League fixtures this year involve a home game with Portsmouth, a Boxing Day visit to Derby and another away trip to Manchester City, before entering 2008 with a home fixture against Wigan on 2 January.


    MANCHESTER UNITED

    (all statistics are ahead of this weekend's round of Premier League fixtures)

    1. Won 16 of 20 in all competitions, and lost one of 14.

    2. One of two clubs with as many as 11 Premier League wins; the other is Arsenal.

    3. Boasting the tightest defence in the highest league; just eight goals shipped in 16 outings, at one very two games, or three hours, on average.

    4. Won three more Premier League matches than Liverpool (11 to eight), but lost one more (two to one).

    5. Won 11 of the last 13 Premier League matches, losing just one of the 13.

    6. Kept clean sheets in eight of the last 13 league outings, and failed to score in one of their last 13 league games; the 1-0 loss, away to Bolton on 24 November.

    7. Not lost in any league game this term in which they have scored; won 11 and drawn two of 13.

    8. Scored first in an unequalled 12 Premier League matches; won 10 and drawn two.

    9. Conceded only two goals in the last 15 minutes of Premier League matches this term; only Arsenal and Liverpool can match that.

    10. The remaining matches this year include a home game with Everton, a Boxing Day visit to Sunderland, and another away trip to West Ham, before the New Year's Day fixture home to Birmingham.


    KEY PLAYER NOTES


    LIVERPOOL

    Fernando TORRES is Liverpool's top scorer with 12 goals.

    TORRES and Steven GERRARD are the clubs' joint top Premier League marksmen with six goals each.

    Goalkeeper Jose REINA is the only remaining player to have been on the field for every minute of every one of Liverpool's Premier League matches this season.

    REINA leads the race for the Barclays Golden Glove, keeping nine clean sheets.


    MANCHESTER UNITED

    Cristiano RONALDO is Manchester United's top scorer with 14 goals.

    RONALDO is also their leading Premier League marksman with nine. He jointly leads the race for the Barclays Golden Boot, alongside Arsenal's Emmanuel ADEBAYOR.

    Rio FERDINAND is the only remaining player to have started all of Manchester United's Premier League matches this season.

    If on the field from the outset:-

    Chris EAGLES will be making his 50th club league start (Manchester United, Watford and Sheffield Wednesday).

    Long term injury, Gary NEVILLE will be making his 350th Premier League start for Manchester United.


    HEAD TO HEAD


    Manchester United did the double over Liverpool for the fourth time in the Premier League last season, and the second time in three seasons.

    Manchester United were the only club to win home and away against the Merseysiders last season, but Liverpool were one of 12 doubled by the Red Devils in the last campaign.

    United are aiming to beat Liverpool in the league for the fourth time in a row.

    The only point in 18 Liverpool have notched against United came from a goalless draw at Anfield on 18 September 2005.

    Home and away
    League (inc PL): Liverpool 49 wins, Man Utd 56, Draws 43
    Prem: Liverpool 7 wins, Man Utd 16, Draws 7

    at Liverpool only
    League (inc PL): Liverpool 35 wins, Man Utd 21, Draws 18
    Prem: Liverpool 4 wins, Man Utd 8, Draws 3


    LAST SEASON'S CORRESPONDING GAME

    Liverpool 0-1 Manchester United
    3 March 2007 - Ref: Martin Atkinson
    Man Utd scorer: O'Shea 90
    Sent Off: Scholes (Man Utd) 86


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    are u REDS ready for the BIG GAME!!!!?!?!?!?!?!
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    Let's get ready to GUESS GUESS GUESS!


    Correct Score Prediction = 3points!

    Correct 1st Scorer for LFC = 1point!

    Correct Last Scorer for LFC = 1point!

    Hat-Trick Hero Perfect Guess Guess Guess! = 5points!

    so in any game, the max point a participant can net is a total of 10points.


    Sorting Out the Grey Areas.

    1). in the event of 1-0 end result, the 1st scorer will be taken as the last scorer even though the participant might haf anticipated 2-0 or 22-0 and haf listed someone else as the last scorer.

    2). the prediction is good till the Final Whistle, which includes Extra-time but not Penalty Shootout.


    Current standings:

    1) Cheesecake 17 points
    2) roadrunner 14 points
    3) jfoo 12 points
    4) airfins 9 points
    5) dfstan 8 points
    6) zhapchit 8 points
    7) grumpy 7 points
    8) kelccm 7 points
    9) blazer_works 6 points
    10) xen0275 4 points
    11) estronutz 3 points
    12) roDz 3 points
    13). canew 3 point
    14). nemesis32 2 points
    15). mpenza 1 point
    16). dnd 1 point


    LIVERPOOL vs. manu

    Anfield
    Sunday, 16 December
    Kick-off: 1330 GMT


    1). 2-0 LIVERPOOL WIN! (Torres, Torres) cheesecake
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    Let's get ready to GUESS GUESS GUESS!


    Correct Score Prediction = 3points!

    Correct 1st Scorer for LFC = 1point!

    Correct Last Scorer for LFC = 1point!

    Hat-Trick Hero Perfect Guess Guess Guess! = 5points!

    so in any game, the max point a participant can net is a total of 10points.


    Sorting Out the Grey Areas.

    1). in the event of 1-0 end result, the 1st scorer will be taken as the last scorer even though the participant might haf anticipated 2-0 or 22-0 and haf listed someone else as the last scorer.

    2). the prediction is good till the Final Whistle, which includes Extra-time but not Penalty Shootout.


    Current standings:

    1) Cheesecake 17 points
    2) roadrunner 14 points
    3) jfoo 12 points
    4) airfins 9 points
    5) dfstan 8 points
    6) zhapchit 8 points
    7) grumpy 7 points
    8) kelccm 7 points
    9) blazer_works 6 points
    10) xen0275 4 points
    11) estronutz 3 points
    12) roDz 3 points
    13). canew 3 point
    14). nemesis32 2 points
    15). mpenza 1 point
    16). dnd 1 point


    LIVERPOOL vs. manu

    Anfield
    Sunday, 16 December
    Kick-off: 1330 GMT


    1). 2-0 LIVERPOOL WIN! (Torres, Torres) cheesecake
    2). 4-0 LIVERPOOL WIN! (Torres, Gerrard, Torres, Torres) parchiao

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    Let's get ready to GUESS GUESS GUESS!


    Correct Score Prediction = 3points!

    Correct 1st Scorer for LFC = 1point!

    Correct Last Scorer for LFC = 1point!

    Hat-Trick Hero Perfect Guess Guess Guess! = 5points!

    so in any game, the max point a participant can net is a total of 10points.


    Sorting Out the Grey Areas.

    1). in the event of 1-0 end result, the 1st scorer will be taken as the last scorer even though the participant might haf anticipated 2-0 or 22-0 and haf listed someone else as the last scorer.

    2). the prediction is good till the Final Whistle, which includes Extra-time but not Penalty Shootout.


    Current standings:

    1) Cheesecake 17 points
    2) roadrunner 14 points
    3) jfoo 12 points
    4) airfins 9 points
    5) dfstan 8 points
    6) zhapchit 8 points
    7) grumpy 7 points
    8) kelccm 7 points
    9) blazer_works 6 points
    10) xen0275 4 points
    11) estronutz 3 points
    12) roDz 3 points
    13). canew 3 point
    14). nemesis32 2 points
    15). mpenza 1 point
    16). dnd 1 point


    LIVERPOOL vs. manu

    Anfield
    Sunday, 16 December
    Kick-off: 1330 GMT


    1). 2-0 LIVERPOOL WIN! (Torres, Torres) cheesecake
    2). 4-0 LIVERPOOL WIN! (Torres, Gerrard, Torres, Torres) parchiao
    3). 3-0 LIVERPOOL WIN! (Torres, Gerrard) roadrunner
    Last edited by roadrunner_552; 14th December 2007 at 11:14 PM.

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    Man Utd midfielder Michael Carrick says Sunday's game at Liverpool will be different to normal as the Reds are actually realistic title contenders this season. (Various)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Parchiao View Post
    2). 4-0 LIVERPOOL WIN! (Torres, Gerrard, Torres, Torres) parchiao

    alamak!!! 1st n last scorer only leh... u too EXCITED is it!!!


    Com'on u REDS!!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by jeff49er View Post
    Yo Gary, u take LFC give me 1 ball?
    I eat Stinkapore pools odds, $5. Heeeeeeee. Think the presence of the owners and Rafa's situation will provide a positive effect to the result. It is also about time manure looses BIG time. During Houllier's reign, Liverpool would stuff manure in almost every match, but they had players like Fowler and Owen who coule score. The last 3 seasons, Rafa never had a top striker to get the goals, but Torres will make the difference. If I can still recall correctly, manure were totally outplayed at Anfield in March, and the useless hissy fit was silenced throughout the match. Sunday will be revenge day for Liverpool.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cheesecake View Post
    alamak!!! 1st n last scorer only leh... u too EXCITED is it!!!


    Com'on u REDS!!!!
    I kar kar predict the actual scorers in sequence mah.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cheesecake View Post
    alamak!!! 1st n last scorer only leh... u too EXCITED is it!!!


    Com'on u REDS!!!!
    Quote Originally Posted by Parchiao View Post
    I kar kar predict the actual scorers in sequence mah.

    He predicting hat-trick, going for the 5 points

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    Quote Originally Posted by Parchiao View Post
    I kar kar predict the actual scorers in sequence mah.
    wa!!! u zai!!!
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    Let's get ready to GUESS GUESS GUESS!


    Correct Score Prediction = 3points!

    Correct 1st Scorer for LFC = 1point!

    Correct Last Scorer for LFC = 1point!

    Hat-Trick Hero Perfect Guess Guess Guess! = 5points!

    so in any game, the max point a participant can net is a total of 10points.


    Sorting Out the Grey Areas.

    1). in the event of 1-0 end result, the 1st scorer will be taken as the last scorer even though the participant might haf anticipated 2-0 or 22-0 and haf listed someone else as the last scorer.

    2). the prediction is good till the Final Whistle, which includes Extra-time but not Penalty Shootout.


    Current standings:

    1) Cheesecake 17 points
    2) roadrunner 14 points
    3) jfoo 12 points
    4) airfins 9 points
    5) dfstan 8 points
    6) zhapchit 8 points
    7) grumpy 7 points
    8) kelccm 7 points
    9) blazer_works 6 points
    10) xen0275 4 points
    11) estronutz 3 points
    12) roDz 3 points
    13). canew 3 point
    14). nemesis32 2 points
    15). mpenza 1 point
    16). dnd 1 point


    LIVERPOOL vs. manu

    Anfield
    Sunday, 16 December
    Kick-off: 1330 GMT


    1). 2-0 LIVERPOOL WIN! (Torres, Torres) cheesecake
    2). 4-0 LIVERPOOL WIN! (Torres, Gerrard, Torres, Torres) parchiao
    3). 3-0 LIVERPOOL WIN! (Torres, Gerrard) roadrunner
    4). 3-1 Liverpool win !!! (gerrard, Torres) dfstan
    Games of Thrones.....

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    UP ONE MORE TIME!


    Liverpool v Man Utd


    Anfield
    Sunday, 16 December
    Kick-off: 1330 GMT


    Liverpool midfielder Xabi Alonso is set to return to the squad after a two month absence with a metatarsal injury.

    Defender Steve Finnan is doubtful because of a calf problem while centre-back Daniel Agger remains sidelined with a foot injury.

    Sir Alex Ferguson is reporting a clean bill of health, with John O'Shea (abductor strain) the only minor doubt.

    Owen Hargreaves has recovered from the calf injury he sustained in the warm-up prior to Saturday's win over Derby.


    Liverpool from:
    Reina, Arbeloa, Carragher, Hyypia, Riise, Kewell, Gerrard, Mascherano, Benayoun, Alonso, Kuyt, Torres, Aurelio, Babel, Crouch, Finnan, Hobbs, Itandje, Leiva, Voronin, Sissoko.


    Manchester United (from):
    Van der Sar, Kuszczak, Brown, Simpson, Ferdinand, Vidic, Pique, O'Shea, Evra, Ronaldo, Nani, Fletcher, Anderson, Hargreaves, Carrick, Giggs, Rooney, Saha, Tevez.


    BIG-MATCH FACTS

    Liverpool make their seventh attempt to notch a 50th league victory over Manchester United.

    A draw would be enough to see Manchester United climb above Arsenal to the top of the table, ahead of the Gunners' home game with Chelsea which kicks off less than 45 minutes after the final whistle of this game is blown; victory for Liverpool will half their six-point deficit on the Red Devils.

    This is the second of three massive fixtures in eight days for the Merseysiders, following Tuesday's decisive 0-4 Champions League win over Marseilles in France, and ahead of Wednesday's Carling Cup quarter-final at Chelsea.

    Liverpool suffered a shock loss, away to Reading last Saturday, and are in danger of their first back-to-back defeats in 17 Premier League matches.

    Both these clubs are meeting a fellow member of the "big four" for the third time this season, and both are unbeaten: United beat Chelsea 2-0 at home on 23 September and drew 2-2 at Arsenal on 3 November, while Liverpool have drawn both theirs 1-1 at home, to Chelsea on 19 August and to Arsenal on 28 October.

    Sir Alex Ferguson has had the better of the exchanges with Rafael Benitez. United have won five and drawn one of the six Premier League matches against Rafa's Reds, although the Merseysiders did knock out United from the FA Cup in February 2006.

    Manchester United ended Liverpool's 30-match unbeaten Premier League record at Anfield with a 0-1 victory in this corresponding fixture last March. John O'Shea came off the bench to win a dramatic stoppage time winner, after Paul Scholes was sent off for swinging a punch at Liverpool's Xabi Alonso.

    Liverpool have suffered more Premier League defeats to Manchester United than any other club (16), and conceded more Premier League goals against them than to any other side (44).


    CLUB FORM


    LIVERPOOL

    (all statistics are ahead of this weekend's round of Premier League fixtures)

    1. Defeat to Reading ended a 15-match unbeaten Premier League sequence of eight wins and seven draws.

    2. The three goals from the Royals were the first conceded in five Premier League outings, and increased the total of those shipped in this league campaign by half as much again (from six to nine).

    3. Last lost successive league games away to Portsmouth and Fulham on 28 April and 5 May respectively.

    4. Averaging two points per match; 30 in 15. They are eight points better off than at this same stage last season.

    5. Conceded the opening goal only twice in Premier League matches this season - fewer than any other club, and one of two clubs not to have let in a goal in the first 15 minutes; the other is Blackburn.

    6. Trailed at half-time only once in this Premier League season (away to Everton).

    7. Won the last five league and cup games at Anfield, with an aggregate score of 20-2.

    8. Undefeated in 11 home league games; won six and drawn five since the 0-1 loss to Manchester United on 3 March.

    9. The only club to have scored as many as four penalties in Premiership competition this season, and one of two clubs to have conceded four; the other is Birmingham.

    10. The remaining Premier League fixtures this year involve a home game with Portsmouth, a Boxing Day visit to Derby and another away trip to Manchester City, before entering 2008 with a home fixture against Wigan on 2 January.


    MANCHESTER UNITED

    (all statistics are ahead of this weekend's round of Premier League fixtures)

    1. Won 16 of 20 in all competitions, and lost one of 14.

    2. One of two clubs with as many as 11 Premier League wins; the other is Arsenal.

    3. Boasting the tightest defence in the highest league; just eight goals shipped in 16 outings, at one very two games, or three hours, on average.

    4. Won three more Premier League matches than Liverpool (11 to eight), but lost one more (two to one).

    5. Won 11 of the last 13 Premier League matches, losing just one of the 13.

    6. Kept clean sheets in eight of the last 13 league outings, and failed to score in one of their last 13 league games; the 1-0 loss, away to Bolton on 24 November.

    7. Not lost in any league game this term in which they have scored; won 11 and drawn two of 13.

    8. Scored first in an unequalled 12 Premier League matches; won 10 and drawn two.

    9. Conceded only two goals in the last 15 minutes of Premier League matches this term; only Arsenal and Liverpool can match that.

    10. The remaining matches this year include a home game with Everton, a Boxing Day visit to Sunderland, and another away trip to West Ham, before the New Year's Day fixture home to Birmingham.


    KEY PLAYER NOTES


    LIVERPOOL

    Fernando TORRES is Liverpool's top scorer with 12 goals.

    TORRES and Steven GERRARD are the clubs' joint top Premier League marksmen with six goals each.

    Goalkeeper Jose REINA is the only remaining player to have been on the field for every minute of every one of Liverpool's Premier League matches this season.

    REINA leads the race for the Barclays Golden Glove, keeping nine clean sheets.


    MANCHESTER UNITED

    Cristiano RONALDO is Manchester United's top scorer with 14 goals.

    RONALDO is also their leading Premier League marksman with nine. He jointly leads the race for the Barclays Golden Boot, alongside Arsenal's Emmanuel ADEBAYOR.

    Rio FERDINAND is the only remaining player to have started all of Manchester United's Premier League matches this season.

    If on the field from the outset:-

    Chris EAGLES will be making his 50th club league start (Manchester United, Watford and Sheffield Wednesday).

    Long term injury, Gary NEVILLE will be making his 350th Premier League start for Manchester United.


    HEAD TO HEAD


    Manchester United did the double over Liverpool for the fourth time in the Premier League last season, and the second time in three seasons.

    Manchester United were the only club to win home and away against the Merseysiders last season, but Liverpool were one of 12 doubled by the Red Devils in the last campaign.

    United are aiming to beat Liverpool in the league for the fourth time in a row.

    The only point in 18 Liverpool have notched against United came from a goalless draw at Anfield on 18 September 2005.

    Home and away
    League (inc PL): Liverpool 49 wins, Man Utd 56, Draws 43
    Prem: Liverpool 7 wins, Man Utd 16, Draws 7

    at Liverpool only
    League (inc PL): Liverpool 35 wins, Man Utd 21, Draws 18
    Prem: Liverpool 4 wins, Man Utd 8, Draws 3


    LAST SEASON'S CORRESPONDING GAME

    Liverpool 0-1 Manchester United
    3 March 2007 - Ref: Martin Atkinson
    Man Utd scorer: O'Shea 90
    Sent Off: Scholes (Man Utd) 86


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    Let's get ready to GUESS GUESS GUESS!


    Correct Score Prediction = 3points!

    Correct 1st Scorer for LFC = 1point!

    Correct Last Scorer for LFC = 1point!

    Hat-Trick Hero Perfect Guess Guess Guess! = 5points!

    so in any game, the max point a participant can net is a total of 10points.


    Sorting Out the Grey Areas.

    1). in the event of 1-0 end result, the 1st scorer will be taken as the last scorer even though the participant might haf anticipated 2-0 or 22-0 and haf listed someone else as the last scorer.

    2). the prediction is good till the Final Whistle, which includes Extra-time but not Penalty Shootout.


    Current standings:

    1) Cheesecake 17 points
    2) roadrunner 14 points
    3) jfoo 12 points
    4) airfins 9 points
    5) dfstan 8 points
    6) zhapchit 8 points
    7) grumpy 7 points
    8) kelccm 7 points
    9) blazer_works 6 points
    10) xen0275 4 points
    11) estronutz 3 points
    12) roDz 3 points
    13). canew 3 point
    14). nemesis32 2 points
    15). mpenza 1 point
    16). dnd 1 point


    LIVERPOOL vs. manu

    Anfield
    Sunday, 16 December
    Kick-off: 1330 GMT


    1). 2-0 LIVERPOOL WIN! (Torres, Torres) cheesecake
    2). 4-0 LIVERPOOL WIN! (Torres, Gerrard, Torres, Torres) parchiao
    3). 3-0 LIVERPOOL WIN! (Torres, Gerrard) roadrunner
    4). 3-1 Liverpool win !!! (gerrard, Torres) dfstan
    5). 5-1 LIVERPOOL WIN! (Stevie G, Torres) zhapchit

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    Default Re: LIVERPOOL F.C. Season XVI - TORRES!!!!

    Let's get ready to GUESS GUESS GUESS!


    Correct Score Prediction = 3points!

    Correct 1st Scorer for LFC = 1point!

    Correct Last Scorer for LFC = 1point!

    Hat-Trick Hero Perfect Guess Guess Guess! = 5points!

    so in any game, the max point a participant can net is a total of 10points.


    Sorting Out the Grey Areas.

    1). in the event of 1-0 end result, the 1st scorer will be taken as the last scorer even though the participant might haf anticipated 2-0 or 22-0 and haf listed someone else as the last scorer.

    2). the prediction is good till the Final Whistle, which includes Extra-time but not Penalty Shootout.


    Current standings:

    1) Cheesecake 17 points
    2) roadrunner 14 points
    3) jfoo 12 points
    4) airfins 9 points
    5) dfstan 8 points
    6) zhapchit 8 points
    7) grumpy 7 points
    8) kelccm 7 points
    9) blazer_works 6 points
    10) xen0275 4 points
    11) estronutz 3 points
    12) roDz 3 points
    13). canew 3 point
    14). nemesis32 2 points
    15). mpenza 1 point
    16). dnd 1 point


    LIVERPOOL vs. manu

    Anfield
    Sunday, 16 December
    Kick-off: 1330 GMT


    1). 2-0 LIVERPOOL WIN! (Torres, Torres) cheesecake
    2). 4-0 LIVERPOOL WIN! (Torres, Gerrard, Torres, Torres) parchiao
    3). 3-0 LIVERPOOL WIN! (Torres, Gerrard) roadrunner
    4). 3-1 Liverpool win !!! (gerrard, Torres) dfstan
    5). 5-1 LIVERPOOL WIN! (Stevie G, Torres) zhapchit
    6). 3-0 LIVERPOOL WIN! (Torres, Torres) kelccm
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  20. #760

    Default Re: LIVERPOOL F.C. Season XVI - TORRES!!!!

    Quote Originally Posted by grumpy View Post
    I wouldnt bet on that. He can go cause injury to 3 opposition players, and we will be praising him for a week.
    He play sure kana send off No more See so sicko forever and ever
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