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Thursday, 25 April 2013

Predict the Premier League - Experts: Joy for Wolves


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Wolverhampton Wanderers may have a battle on their hands to stay in the Championship this season but Wolves fan Chris Cox - and former Predict the Premier League winner - could end the campaign with something to celebrate as he is in second place and has moved nine points clear of Portsmouth in our Experts section.

Mr Cox pulled in 19 points over the past fortnight, but he still has a lot to do if he is to overtake our long-time leaders Squarefootball editor Antony Melvin. Mr Melvin is 28 points clear with just four weekends left to play.

The title race may be a foregone conclusion, but the relegation picture is far from clear. Sunderland may be enjoying a revival under Paolo Di Canio but Squarefootball's Black Cat reporter Sarshar Hosseinnia is 24 points from safety and looks like picking up the wooden spoon. After that though just four points separate second bottom Portsmouth's Dan Taylor and Aberdeen's Colin Illingworth, with West Ham's Nigel Telfer and Middlesbrough's Sue Gardener tucked in between. Anything could happen and Birmingham's Steve Coulter isn't out of the woods yet either on 207 points.

Here is how the overall table now looks.

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To see who scored what this past fortnight, click here

 

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