• 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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