Gulls captain Asa Hall reveals his Season Predicta

Asa Hall, Captain of Torquay United during the pre season match between Torquay United and AFC Bourn

Asa Hall, captain of Torquay United. - Credit: Dave Crawford/PPAUK

Torquay United captain Asa Hall has revealed his predictions for the Torbay Weekly's new Season Predicta competition. 

But what do YOU think? The new football season is here and Torbay Weekly has launched the new Season Predicta competition for the whole campaign.

There are 20 questions to answer, ranging from Premier League, Champions League and FA Cup winners to all the key Torquay United stats from another assault on the National League.

There are two ways to play free Season Predicta -  complete the form on this page and send - or drop in - in to us at Torbay Weekly, Unit 6, Tor Hill House, Union Street, Torquay TQ2 5QW.

Or complete the Predicta questions via a Google form on www.torbayweekly.co.uk - simply provide your answers and press submit at the end of the online form, which will then allow us to register your predictions.

The Season Predicta winner will receive a superb prize weekend for two in London, including a Premiership game and Saturday night in a hotel provided by Season Predicta sponsors Majestic Tours.

As well as Season Predicta, we will also be running regular Predicta competitions throughout the football year.

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Season Predicta will close on Saturday, August 28. All entries to be received by midnight Friday, August 27. The winner will be announced on May 31, 2022.

The prize is to be taken on a weekend to be agreed between the winner, Majestic Holidays and the Torbay Weekly.

ASA’S PREDICTIONS

1 Premier League Champions - Chelsea

2 Premier League runners up – Manchester City

3 Premier League third place – Manchester United

4 Premier League individual top goal scorer – Salah

5 Premier League bottom club – Burnley

6 Championship champions – PSG

7 Champions League winners – West Brom

8 League 1 champions - Sunderland

9 League 2 champions - Forest Green

10 Scottish Premier League champions – Rangers

11 FA Cup winners – Torquay 

12 National League champions – Stockport

13 National League runners up – Wrexham

14 Where will TUFC finish – first

15 How many goals will TUFC score in the League season 2021-22 90

16 Who will be Gulls' top goal scorer – Holman

17 How many League points will the Gulls earn in 2021-22 season? 86

18 How many TUFC players will be sent off in League and Cup competitions 3

19 How many home League games will the Gulls loose? 4

20 Average home League attendance for TUFC (Aggregate at 22 Home League games) 58,800