Guess the scores to win with Predicta
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The Torbay Weekly Predicta game launches this week and we have six fascinating fixtures for you to test your knowledge against our Chief Sports Writer Dave Thomas.
To play the Predicta, simply register on www.torbayweekly.co.uk and remember your login details for future weeks. Guess the right score on the games below and we will award three points for the correct score, one point for the correct result.
This week, we have four games from Torquay United’s National League and two from the Premier League. Please see Dave’s predictions below:
Chelsea 3-1 Crystal Palace
Leeds 0-2 Manchester City
Torquay 1-1 Stockport
King’s Lynn 1-2 Yeovil
- 1 Gary's respect for Martyn Rogers
- 2 Retro Sport: Tracking Plainmoor heroes of the 1950s
- 3 It's taken a generation but it is definitely now Paignton's turn
- 4 Jim Parker: Now is the Time for action after Chief Constable's revealing walkabout
- 5 Laura will use Equity role to change attitudes about regional theatre
- 6 Argyle sharpness defeats United
- 7 Regency-style terrace was leased to the rich and famous
- 8 United heading into the future
- 9 Pre-season fundraiser in memory of footballers Kyle and Hayden
- 10 Busy time in the transfer market
Altrincham 2-0 Weymouth
Wealdstone 0-1 Chesterfield
There will be a weekly prize for the top scorer each week, starting with a meal for two at the Eastern Eye restaurant, and a tie-breaker question in the case of a tie. From December 1, a league table will be introduced with the top Predicta Player from the second half of the season picking up the top prize of £1,000.
How to Play:
Click sign up to take part on www.torbayweekly.co.uk and please note, your password must contain at least eight characters, an uppercase character, at least one number and at least one special character, such as ?, !, %, &.
To submit your scores, click the Make Prediction link in the top-right of the weekly table.
Your predictions must be submitted by 10am on the day of the fixtures to be included in the competition.
You will receive one point for a correct result or three points for a correct score, with a maximum of 18 points available each week.
You will also be asked to guess the total number of goals scored across all Saturday fixtures in the top five divisions in England. This will be used as tie-breaker to determine the finishing places in the weekly table.
Weekly prizes will be announced on the Torbay Weekly website. Whoever tops the all-time table at the end of the season will win £1,000 with the number of weekly wins used to determine a winner in case of a tie.