The free football prediction league
Welcome to Weekend Predictor, the free football prediction game that is quick and easy to play. To play, all you need to do is predict one football result a week from the weekends football fixture list. Simply select home win, away win or draw of just one game each week from any football match in the English, Scottish and major European football leagues. How to play.
You can play it safe with a home banker or pick an underdog to sneak a draw or even an unlikely win. The bolder you are the higher up the league you can climb, but keep getting your predictions wrong and relegation awaits.
So forget fantasy football, Weekend Predictor is the quick, easy game for footy fans to show their football knowledge and compete against friends and other footy fans.
Now including Primera Liga, Serie A, Le Championnat and Bundesliga!
Weekend Predictor is free to play. Sign up now to get involved.
Any questions, email us, or go on the forum. You can also instant message us below.
The Final countdown - Season 36 - Week 10
As the season comes to an end. Chelsea are champs of Prem, The relegation is nearly settled with Hull looking favs to take the last place, but You never know!!!! Bournemouth Champs of Championship, Norwich & Middlesborough play the final for a place in the milk & honey.
Bristol City won League 1 with Mk Dons up and Preston play Swindon in play off. League two was won by Burton with Shrews & Bury up. Play off final is Southend v Wycombe. In Scottland Celtic are champs and Rangers are battling to get back to the spl.
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Football Betting Explained
Despite the huge range of football bets available, the prediction of match outcomes, on a home / draw / away basis remains a firm favourite, particularly with those just starting out in football betting. The following seeks to guide the novice punter in betting on football and how to identify value betting opportunities.
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BBC Football Headlines
Arsenal v Chelsea
After a 64-day break the English domestic season returns on Sunday when Arsenal face champions Chelsea in the Community Shield.31 Jul 2015 16:00
Chelsea were due silverware - Hayes
Chelsea Ladies boss Emma Hayes tells BBC Sport her Women?s FA Cup-winning side were due their first piece of silverware.01 Aug 2015 18:22
Celtic 2-0 Ross County
Celtic open the defence of the Scottish title with a workmanlike two-goal victory over Ross County.01 Aug 2015 13:38
Sunday's gossip column
Manchester United still want Gareth Bale, Rafael close to joining Lyon, Sunderland in talks with Yann M'Vila.01 Aug 2015 22:06