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May 22, 2009

Beat Lawro: Round 20

Writing about web page http://www.radio.warwick.ac.uk/~dshah/sport/beatlawro/

Round 20, the final round of the Beat Lawro season.

Last summer saw the former and the current Station Managers of RaW beat the Sport team in the Euro 2008 predictions.

Preceding that, the Sport team lost to Mark ‘Lawro’ Lawrenson (who finished on 77 points) in a season long battle. Former double Head of Sport, Adam Wilbourn finished as the runner up last season, in the end just 5 points behind Lawro.

So, the Sport team has repeatedly been humiliated and their ability to predict the outcomes of football matches has been called into question.

This season, after 19 rounds, Lawro once again leads the Beat Lawro standings with 99 points and Wilbourn is his closest challenger, 14 points behind.

This weekend, as it is the final round of the season, we’re implementing double league points, although Wilbourn is requesting more!

This weekend’s matches to predict are:

Arsenal v Stoke (2-0)
Aston Villa v Newcastle (2-0)
Blackburn v West Brom (2-1)
Fulham v Everton (2-1)
Hull v Man Utd (1-1)
Liverpool v Tottenham (2-1)
Man City v Bolton (2-0)
Sunderland v Chelsea (0-2)
West Ham v Middlesbrough (2-1)
Wigan v Portsmouth (2-1)

Submit your predictions by 4pm this Sunday and we’ll compare yours against our team in the studio. If you do well enough, you’ll appear on our league table!


May 15, 2009

Beat Lawro: Round 19

Writing about web page http://www.radio.warwick.ac.uk/~dshah/sport/beatlawro/

Round 19 (the penultimate one)

Bolton v Hull (1-1)
Everton v West Ham (2-0)
Middlesbrough v Aston Villa (1-1)
Newcastle v Fulham (2-1)
Stoke v Wigan (2-1)
Tottenham v Man City (3-1)

Predictions in by 3pm on Saturday.


April 16, 2009

Beat Lawro update

Writing about web page http://www.radio.warwick.ac.uk/~dshah/sport/beatlawro/

It’s taken a while but we can final reveal the Beat Lawro standings going into the final weeks of the Premiership this season. Two tables have been produced.

The first is a Formula One style league points based table where the winner of each round gets 10 league points, the runner up gets 8 point, etc, until last place who gets 0 points.

Remember, this table benefits the most regular players. Having said that, poor Mr Eley hasn’t benefitted from such luck.

1 Adam Wilbourn 76
2 Mark Lawrenson 75
3 Martyn Turze 62
4 Mark Streather 61
5 Das Shah 56
6 Adam Eley 51
7 Tim Wood 45
8 Raj Poonian 42
9 Sarah Cunnane 34
10 Peter Lefort 33
11 James Deane 32
12 Mathew Mannion 27
13 Tom Goble 24
14 James Tollington 18
15 Paul Kardos-Stowe 2
16 Nick Collins 0

The second is a points to matches ratio – the more accurately you predict, the higher up the table you go.

Remember, this table benefits those who may have had a lucky streak.

1 Tom Goble 0.667
2 Das Shah 0.617
3 Tim Wood 0.541
4 Adam Wilbourn 0.493
5 Mark Lawrenson 0.488
6 Martyn Turze 0.477
7 Sarah Cunnane 0.452
8 Peter Lefort 0.451
9 Mark Streather 0.425
10 Raj Poonian 0.413
11 James Tollington 0.412
12 Mathew Mannion 0.405
13 Adam Eley 0.382
14 James Deane 0.333
15 Nick Collins 0.333
16 Paul Kardos-Stowe 0.200

The full tables can be viewed at:
http://www.radio.warwick.ac.uk/%7Edshah/sport/beatlawro/

Good luck to anyone taking part in the final rounds.


February 13, 2009

Beat Lawro: Cont

You know the score by now:

Pompey v Man City (1-1)
Blackburn v Coventry (2-1)
Sheff Utd v Hull (2-1)
West Ham v M’boro (1-1)


February 07, 2009

Beat Lawro: Continued

You know the drill:

Blackburn v Aston Villa (1-1)
Chelsea v Hull (2-0)
Everton v Bolton (1-1)
Sunderland v Stoke (2-0)
West Brom v Newcastle (2-1)
Wigan v Fulham (2-1)


January 24, 2009

Beat Lawro: Round9

Predict the results for the following matches by 3pm today (Lawro’s predictions in brackets):

Chelsea v Ipswich (3-0)
Doncaster v Aston Villa (0-2)
Hull v Millwall (2-1)
Kettering v Fulham (0-2)
Portsmouth v Swansea (2-0)
Sheff Utd v Charlton (2-0)
Sunderland v Blackburn (1-0)
Torquay v Coventry (1-1)
Watford v Crystal Palace (2-1)
West Brom v Burnley (2-0)
Wolverhampton v Middlesbrough (2-1)


November 27, 2008

Beat Lawro: Round7

Writing about web page http://www.radio.warwick.ac.uk/beatlawo/

This weeks matches to predict are:
Aston Villa v Fulham
Middlesbrough v Newcastle
Stoke v Hull
Sunderland v Bolton
Wigan v West Brom

The usual rules apply.


November 21, 2008

Beat Lawro: Round6

Writing about web page http://www.radio.warwick.ac.uk/beatlawro/league_table

This weekends matches are:

Chelsea v Newcastle
Liverpool v Fulham
Man City v Arsenal
Middlesbrough v Bolton
Portsmouth v Hull
Stoke v West Brom

Post your predictions by 3pm tomorrow afternoon.

Lawro has predicted:
Chelsea 3-0 Newcastle
Liverpool 2-0 Fulham
Man City 1-2 Arsenal
Middlesbrough 2-1 Bolton
Portsmouth 1-0 Hull
Stoke 1-1 West Brom


November 13, 2008

Beat Lawro: Round 5

Writing about web page http://www.radio.warwick.ac.uk/beatlawro/league_table

Round 5.

You know the rules by now, submit your predictions by 3pm on Saturday for the following matches:

Arsenal v Aston Villa
Blackburn v Sunderland
Fulham v Tottenham
Man Utd v Stoke
Newcastle v Wigan
West Ham v Portsmouth

Lawro has predicted:
Arsenal 2-0 Aston Villa
Blackburn 2-1 Sunderland
Fulham 1-1 Tottenham
Man Utd 3-0 Stoke
Newcastle 2-0 Wigan
West Ham 1-1 Portsmouth


November 06, 2008

Beat Lawro: Round 3

Writing about web page http://www.radio.warwick.ac.uk/beatlawro/

This week’s matches:
Hull v Bolton
Sunderland v Portsmouth
West Ham v Everton

Same rules as usual, get your predictions in by 3pm on Saturday!


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