Berkhamsted Cricket Club - World Cup 2018 Predictions

World Cup 2018 Predictions Table


 

Welcome to the World Cup Predictions Competition page. This page holds the latest table as a spreadsheet so that you can keep track of your score during the competition. Simply click on the link below to download the latest table that is available.

Predictions_Table.xls

This table was last updated: July 15th - final results!

June 14th - Russia with big win, 74 people on 7 points!
June 15th - Uruguay and Iran win very late, Spain/Portugal draw in a high scoring game, Steve Potts rises to the top by 3 points
June 16th - France, Denmark and Croatia win, Argentina/Iceland draw, Debbie Sutherland is the new leader by 3 points
June 17th - Serbia win, Germaany shocked, Brazil held, another new leader as Beth Bradley takes over the top by 1 point
June 18th - Sweden win, Belgium cruise, England give the fans palpitations again, Beth Bradley extends her lead to 5 points
June 19th - Japan and Senegal shock, Russia on a roll, Mick Denwood picks the results to leap to the top by a clear 5 points
June 20th - Portugal, Spain and Uruguay all win as expected by the one goal, Mick Kenwood stays 5 points ahead
June 21st - Australia draw with Denmark with a VAR penalty, France beat Peru, Argentina are awful, Pat Byrne is a new leader by 2 points
June 22nd - Brazil get away with it, Nigeria punish Iceland, Switzerland come back to win, Pay Byrne extends lead to 5 points
June 23rd - Belgium thrash, Mexico win again, Germany claim an outrageous last minute win, Pat Byrne remains 5 points in front
June 24th - England thrash, Japan and Senegal draw, Colombia easily beat Poland, Pat Byrne at same lead of 5 points
June 25th - Saudi Arabia surprise, Uruguay beat Russia, Iran nearly snatch a win against Portugal, Spain grab a draw, Pat Byrne extends lead to 12
June 26th - Peru get consolation win, Denmark and France play the most boring match ever, Croatia win, Argentina grab a place late, Pat Byrne's lead cut to 7 points
June 27th - Germany crash out, Sweden beat Mexico, Brazil cruise, Switzerland draw with Costa Rica, Pat Byrne's lead cut to a single point
June 28th - Poland get consolation win, Colombia qualify, Belgium win the 2nd team battle, Tunisia beat Panama, Jack Edwards is the new leader by 2 points
June 30th - France win a thriller against Argentina, Uruguay beat Portugal, Jack Edwards remains 2 points in front
July 1st - Two draws result in Russia and Croatia through on penalties, Jack Edwards ahead of Dave Mackie only by having more nine scores. 
July 2nd - Brazil beat Mexico, Belgium complete an incredible comeback against Japan, Jack Edwards still ahead of Dave Mackie by nine scores only
July 3rd - Sweden edge it, England finally win a penalty shoot out, Dave Mackie is another new leader by a clear 7 points
July 6th - France and Belgium make it through to the semi-finals, Dave Mackie extends his lead to 11 points
July 7th - England cruise to the semis to meet Croatia who win on penalties, Dave Mackie retains the lead by 9 points
July 10th - France through to the final, Dave Mackie retains a lead of 6 points
July 11th - Our hopes crushed as England out in extra time, Dave Mackie stays 6 points ahead and only he or Jack Edwards can now win the top prize
July 14th - Belgium take 3rd place, Jack Edwards retakes top place by 1 point going into the last game of the tournament
July 15th - France win a high scoring final, Jack Edwards wins by a single point  - congratulations!



Prizes

1st - £300 - Jack Edwards (289)
2nd - £100 - Dave Mackie (288)
3rd - £60 - Rob Reid (274)
4th - £50 - Matt Lloyd (270)
5th - £40 - Dave Wheatley (268)
6th - £30 - Chas Coggins (265)


Best Knockout round score, for all scores after the group stages: £40 - Julia Eisenstadt (82)



Note that if two or more scores are the same then it is decided by the person who has scored the most 9 pointer games, if still equal then by who has scored the most 7 pointer games, etc. If the scores can still not separated after this then the prize(s) will be split between the equal scorers.