Monday, 22 June 2015

12. (REHASHED BLOG)

Yes its another weekend of not getting everything right. We could just about recycle last weeks blog:


That's right, another 4 correct from the 6 played.
PREDICTED RESULTACTUAL RESULTRATINGS ADJUSTMENTS
Hawthornby14ptsHawthornby30ptsAdelaide-15Hawthorn+5
West Coastby8ptsWest Coastby20ptsRichmond-5West Coast+12
Port Adelaideby25ptsCarltonby4ptsCarlton+10Port Adelaide-25
North Melbourneby6ptsNorth Melbourneby56ptsGWS-20North Melbourne+16
W Bulldogs/FFCby32ptsW Bulldogs/FFCby72ptsW Bulldogs/FFC+16Brisbane Lions-19
Geelongby51ptsMelbourneby24ptsGeelong-22Melbourne+22

The biggest outsiders in Melbourne came through for the win, while the unlikely Carlton also upset proceeding for this tipping system.

To make matters worse, the weekend started off well with two tips in under 3 goal margins. The two upsets and North Melbourne and the Bulldogs winning by 50 points and 40 points more than expected respectively put paid to the accuracy measure for the weekend though.


The rankings charts have a few interesting movements this week, with North Melbourne the biggest movers, as they climb up to 6th.
Also, with West Coast winning while Sydney have the bye, they move to within 4 points of 4th.
RANKINGSPre:R 13
TEAMPTSΔPTSΔRK
1Hawthorn14536-
2Sydney/SMFC13770-
3West Coast137313-
4Fremantle13460-
5Port Adelaide1208-24-
6North Melbourne119317+2
7Geelong1179-21-1
8Adelaide1174-14-1
9Richmond1159-5-
10Collingwood11230-
11Essendon10920-
12W Bulldogs/FFC100217+1
13GWS983-19-1
14Carlton87511-
15Gold Coast8490-
16Melbourne83923-
17St Kilda7880+1
18Brisbane Lions770-18-1

Also moving are the Bulldogs over the GWS to take 12th, and St Kilda go above the Brisbane Lions who suffered an 18 point drop to be your worst team this year.

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