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Monday, 10 December 2012

Predict the Premier League - Experts: Blackburn are toppled and Aberdeen are off the bottom


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It's been a few weeks since I had the opportunity to update the Predict the Premier League table and a lot has changed.

For a start Blackburn's Terry Kennedy has been replaced at the top by his long-term rival, Squarefootball editor Antony Melvin. Mr Kennedy and Mr Melvin have been the Manchester United and Manchester City of the expert league. They have turned it into a two-horse race and Mr Melvin currently stands two points clear.

Playing the role of Chelsea at the moment is Squarefootball's Hugh Larkin. He is third place, 10 points behind the leader, but there's still plenty of football left to play for so let's not rule him out of the running just yet.

Completing the top four is Wolves fan, and former Predict the Premier League winner, Chris Cox. His points haul of 24 points over the past three weeks has seen him climb up to 105 points.

At the bottom Aberdeen's Colin Illingworth has finally caught up with the chasing pack and has been replaced at the foot by Sunderland's Sarshar Hosseinnia. Although looking at the scores so far for the weekend just gone I think it will be very short-lived. Portsmouth's Dan Taylor climbed out of the bottom three thanks to his tally of 22.

Here is how the table currently stands.

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