Date: 11th August 2017 at 6:11pm
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The Pompey Predictions League is very much part of this site now isn’t it? Would it be the same without it – I’m not sure it would to be honest with you.

It got underway with a win against Rochdale at Fratton Park last weekend. A double from Brett Pitman saw the Blues to a 2-0 victory in Kenny Jacket’s first game in charge.

Over to uspompeyfan with his first update to the 2017-18 season…

It’s always good to start a new season and today was no different. New season, new division, new owners, new Captain….. same crowd atmosphere and a nice 2-0 home win. Rochdale stuck around till the second goal in injury time, but the Pitman brace sealed the points for Pompey.

In the new compo league, the top three from last season, Daughter of Wiggy, Dorking and Jim Smith’s Wig all secured a modest 5 point haul, but it was the ladies in general who showed up the men as Dasha, Morgan and Lorna all went for the maximum with a correct prediction.

Solid past players doubted Pompey’s resolve in the first game and are duly stuck on 0.

If you want to see the table via the forum thread click here.

Keep on keeping on guys.

Anyone can enter at any time remember. Just because you missed out on predicting for the game against Dale it’s by no means too late so join in now, for the first time perhaps in the next League One game.

This comes at the Kassam Stadium against Oxford on Saturday.

As we’re always keen to make it as easy for you as possible – as we want PLENTY to get involved – the forum link for your prediction to be made for this game is below… a little lower are the remainder of the games for this month too.

Oxford (a) – Saturday 12th August 2017 – click here.


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2017-18 Prediction League – August
Oxford (a) – Saturday 12th August 2017 – click here.
Fulham U21 (h) – Wednesday 16th August 2017 – click here.
Walsall (h) – Saturday 19th August 2017 – click here.
Wigan (a) – Saturday 26th August 2017 – click here.

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