• 2013 Foot.ie Predictions Cup

    Same Format as last year first round is all in top 16 get through to the knockout stages.

    In the case of ties after the FAI cup games I normally use the quarter finals of the EA Sports Cup as a tie-breaker. But as seen as the draw for the Quarter Finals are not made yet. The tie breaker is as follows:

    "Predict the number of goals 2012 OFC Nations Cup Champions Tahiti will concede during the forthcoming Confederations Cup in Brazil"

    They play 3 games - v Nigeria on the 17th of June in Belo Horizonte, v Spain on the 20th of June in Rio de Janiero and finally against Uruguay on the 23rd of June in Recife.

    Should be interesting!


    Top 16 will be seeded 1-16 and these seedings will be used to determine fixtures throughout the knockout stages.

    I will organise a Shield competition on the same basis as the cup for players ranked 17-32.

    The cup itself is a bit disjointed this year as usual with a single fixture pushed back into August.

    All predictions based on 90 mins only.

    Good Luck!

    FAI Ford Cup 3rd Round
    Friday, May 31
    Bohemians v Drogheda United
    Bray Wanderers v Mervue United
    Phoenix v Dundalk
    Salthill Devon v Shamrock Rovers
    Tolka Rovers v College Corinthians
    Finn Harps v Wexford Youths
    Shelbourne v Bandon

    Sat, June 1
    St Patrick's CY v Cobh Ramblers
    Blarney United v Derry City
    Glenville v Limerick
    St Patrick's Athletic v UCD
    Bluebell United v Athlone Town
    Waterford United v Sligo Rovers
    Longford Town v Pike Rovers

    Sun, June 9
    Avondale United v Sheriff YC

    Mon, August 5
    Cork City v Kilbarrack United
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