Only one cup match has two players, special commiserations to Dave for having the poor luck to go up against an active participant. Benji , Vanni , and Leewilson would have still gone through with a score of 0 as they were all leading their matches to begin with. A very tight round sees very little movement in the table.

A) Man City and Arsenal both win, preserving their 100% home win records in 2019 (3 pts)
B) Man City OR Arsenal win, preserving their 100% home win record in 2019 (1 pt)
C) 4 or more home teams win (7 pts)
D) 4 or more home teams fail to win (12 pts)
E) Bournemouth remain scoreless away in 2019 (4 pts)
F) Salah scores two or more goals (12 pts)
G) Three or fewer draws happen (2 pts)

A) Man City and Arsenal both win, preserving their 100% home win records in 2019 (3 pts)
F) Salah scores two or more goals (12 pts)
G) Three or fewer draws happen (2 pts)

A) Man City and Arsenal both win, preserving their 100% home win records in 2019 (3 pts)
B) Man City OR Arsenal win, preserving their 100% home win record in 2019 (1 pt) C) 4 or more home teams win (7 pts)
D) 4 or more home teams fail to win (12 pts)
E) Bournemouth remain scoreless away in 2019 (4 pts) F) Salah scores two or more goals (12 pts)
G) Three or fewer draws happen (2 pts)

A) Man City and Arsenal both win, preserving their 100% home win records in 2019 (3 pts)
B) Man City OR Arsenal win, preserving their 100% home win record in 2019 (1 pt) C) 4 or more home teams win (7 pts)
D) 4 or more home teams fail to win (12 pts)
E) Bournemouth remain scoreless away in 2019 (4 pts)
F) Salah scores two or more goals (12 pts) G) Three or fewer draws happen (2 pts)

A) Man City and Arsenal both win, preserving their 100% home win records in 2019 (3 pts)
B) Man City OR Arsenal win, preserving their 100% home win record in 2019 (1 pt) C) 4 or more home teams win (7 pts)
D) 4 or more home teams fail to win (12 pts)
E) Bournemouth remain scoreless away in 2019 (4 pts)
F) Salah scores two or more goals (12 pts) G) Three or fewer draws happen (2 pts)

A) Man City and Arsenal both win, preserving their 100% home win records in 2019 (3 pts)
B) Man City OR Arsenal win, preserving their 100% home win record in 2019 (1 pt)
C) 4 or more home teams win (7 pts)

A) Man City and Arsenal both win, preserving their 100% home win records in 2019 (3 pts)
C) 4 or more home teams win (7 pts)
E) Bournemouth remain scoreless away in 2019 (4 pts)

I apologize for the inconsistency lately. Forum's been down often and is dying slowly (in addition to late scoring that's my own fault) but I'm doing my best to adjust and keep everything going.

1. Pick three teams. 8 points minus 1 for every point away from 5 that they pick up in total.
2. Pick the number of City teams (Leicester, Manchester, Cardiff) to win. 5 points if correct, -1 if incorrect.
3. Tell me your favorite player for a free point.

1. Pick three teams. 8 points minus 1 for every point away from 5 that they pick up in total. Huddersfield, Bournemouth, Liverpool
2. Pick the number of City teams (Leicester, Manchester, Cardiff) to win. 5 points if correct, -1 if incorrect. 2
3. Tell me your favorite player for a free point. Jiminez - solely for the FPL points recently.

1. Pick three teams. 8 points minus 1 for every point away from 5 that they pick up in total. Palace, Man City, Newcastle

2. Pick the number of City teams (Leicester, Manchester, Cardiff) to win. 5 points if correct, -1 if incorrect. 2

3. Tell me your favorite player for a free point. Titus Bramble

(tbh: I copied the first scenario from G.B because, after reading it twice, I still didn't understand it properly and thought "Hey, G.B copied last time my scenarios and, like me, got the most points for it, why not doing it this time the other way round)

1. Pick three teams. 8 points minus 1 for every point away from 5 that they pick up in total. Palace, Man City, Newcastle

2. Pick the number of City teams (Leicester, Manchester, Cardiff) to win. 5 points if correct, -1 if incorrect. 2

3. Tell me your favorite player for a free point. Titus Bramble

(tbh: I copied the first scenario from G.B because, after reading it twice, I still didn't understand it properly and thought "Hey, G.B copied last time my scenarios and, like me, got the most points for it, why not doing it this time the other way round)

Poor participation this round (probably mostly due to me posting the scenarios late, sorry!) but G.B can't extend his lead at the top due to Dirk getting the same score as him (by "coincidentally" submitting identical answers). Vanni is the standout and the only one to predict all 3 City teams winning.

1. Predict the first goalscorer in both Sunday matches. 8 points for each correct player, 2 points for each correct team (no correct team bonus if you get the correct player, only 8 points).

2. Predict the score of both Sunday matches. 3 points for a correct scoreline, 1 for a correct result.

3. Pick any number of teams you like. 3 points per team that wins (0 for a draw), but if any of your teams lose you get no points for this challenge.

4. Predict the total number of goals scored in the highest scoring match of the weekend. Your score for this challenge is equal to the number of goals scored in that game if you are correct (if you predict 5 goals in the highest scoring game, you will get 5 points if there are 5 goals in the highest scoring game and 0 if there are not 5 goals in the highest scoring game).

1. Predict the first goalscorer in both Sunday matches. 8 points for each correct player, 2 points for each correct team (no correct team bonus if you get the correct player, only 8 points).

Mane, Pedro

2. Predict the score of both Sunday matches. 3 points for a correct scoreline, 1 for a correct result.

3-0 Liverpool, 3-1 Chelsea

3. Pick any number of teams you like. 3 points per team that wins (0 for a draw), but if any of your teams lose you get no points for this challenge.

West Ham, Liverpool, Chelsea

4. Predict the total number of goals scored in the highest scoring match of the weekend. Your score for this challenge is equal to the number of goals scored in that game if you are correct (if you predict 5 goals in the highest scoring game, you will get 5 points if there are 5 goals in the highest scoring game and 0 if there are not 5 goals in the highest scoring game).

1. Predict the first goalscorer in both Sunday matches. 8 points for each correct player, 2 points for each correct team (no correct team bonus if you get the correct player, only 8 points).

Salah, Hazard

2. Predict the score of both Sunday matches. 3 points for a correct scoreline, 1 for a correct result.

Fulham vs Liverpool 0-2
Everton vs Chelsea 0-2

3. Pick any number of teams you like. 3 points per team that wins (0 for a draw), but if any of your teams lose you get no points for this challenge.

West Ham
Liverpool

4. Predict the total number of goals scored in the highest scoring match of the weekend. Your score for this challenge is equal to the number of goals scored in that game if you are correct (if you predict 5 goals in the highest scoring game, you will get 5 points if there are 5 goals in the highest scoring game and 0 if there are not 5 goals in the highest scoring game).