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This week’s games, Monday Apr 16th and Tuesday Apr 17th 2018

16/04 Monday
Curzon Ashton 2-2 Nuneaton

17/04 Tuesday
Blyth............... 0-1 vs Telford
Boston............ 3-0 Harrogate
Brackley.......... 0-1 Bradford
Chorley........... 1-1 Stockport
FCUM.............. 1-0 York
North Ferriby... 0-1 Gainsborough
Southport....... 0-1 Salford
Spennymoor... 1-1 Kidderminster


The Vanarama National League North, Tue Apr 17th 2018

............................. Pd .W D L..W D L...F..A...GD..Pts
01. Salford .......... 40 15 2 3. 12 5 .3 75 43. 32.. 88
02. Harrogate...... 40 14 4 2. 11 3 .6 94 46. 48.. 82
03. Brackley......... 39 12 5 2.. 9 6 ..5 68 35. 33.. 74
04. Kidderminster 40 13 5 2.. 6 7 ..7 72 47. 25.. 69
05. Stockport....... 40 12 4 4.. 7 4 ..9 73 56. 17.. 65
06. Chorley........... 38.. 9 8 3.. 6 6 ..6 45 33. 12.. 59
07. Spennymoor... 37.. 8 5 4.. 9 3 ..8 66 60... 6.. 59
08. Bradford. ....... 40.. 8 4 8.. 8 5 ..7 61 54... 7.. 57
09. York................ 40.. 9 6 5.. 7 3 10 63 58... 5.. 57
10. Boston........... 39 10 5 5.. 5 3 11 63 64.. -1.. 53
11. Blyth............... 38.. 9 1 8.. 8 0 12 70 65... 5.. 52
12. Nuneaton....... 39.. 8 5 6.. 6 5 ..9 47 54.. -7.. 52
13. Darlington...... 38.. 9 4 6.. 4 7 ..8 53 52... 1.. 50
14. FCUM.............. 40 12 2 6.. 2 6 12 58 69 -11.. 50
15. Southport....... 38.. 8 4 8.. 5 4 ..9 55 65 -10.. 47
16. Telford............. 39.. 7 3 10 7 2 10 50 65 -15.. 47
17. Alfreton........... 40.. 6 3 11 7 4 ..9 66 70.. -4.. 46
18. Curzon Ashton 39.. 8 7 5.. 3 6 10 50 59.. -9.. 46
19. Leamington..... 39.. 7 4 8.. 5 5 10 47 59 -12.. 45
20. Gainsborough. 40 10 1 9.. 3 3 14 42 70 -28.. 43
21. Tamworth........ 40.. 7 6 7.. 4 3 13 52 70 -18.. 42
22. North Ferriby... 39.. 1 5 14 2 3 14 21 97 -76.. 17

My picks to go down, Tamworth, Gainsborough and North Ferriby.
No change.
However, could Gainsborough (remaining games are Telford (A), Tamworth (H)) jump over Leamington to stay up? Leamington on 45 points have these games to play (Chorley(H), York(A) and Salford (H)). Could Leamington stay up by taking point(s) off York?!?!



Salford;
Southport 0-1 Salford; On Tuesday, a goal in the 67th min was enough for Salford to win, they need one point to win the league after Harrogate’s loss.

Harrogate;
Boston 3-0 Harrogate; Harrogate fell behind 2-0 by half time on the way to a 3-0 loss on Tuesday night at Boston. Harrogate need two points to guarantee finishing in 2nd place

Brackley;
Brackley 0-1 Bradford; On Tuesday night Brackley lost at home for the second time in 4 days after being unbeaten at home all season previously, a single goal in the 80th min was enough for Bradford to win. Brackley remain in 3rd place, 5 points ahead of Kidderminster, Brackley need two points to guarantee 3rd place at season’s end.

Kidderminster;
Spennymoor 1-1 Kidderminster; Kidderminster took the lead in the 58th min on Tuesday at Harrogate and were happy to go home with a point after Spennymoor equalised in the 74th min. Kidder maintain 4th place in the table, they need 3 more points from their last two games to be guaranteed 4th place at the end of the season.

Stockport;
Chorley 1-1 Stockport; Chorley lead at half time 1-0, Stockport equalised in the 72nd min for a valuable point on Tuesday. With York and Blyth losing, Stockport secured a playoff position. They can still finish anywhere between 4th and 7th place.

Chorley;
Chorley 1-1 Stockport; On Tuesday Chorley scored in the 27th min and lead at half time, Stockport equalised in the 72nd min, Chorley were unable to find a winner. Chorley remain in 6th place (59 points) above Spennymoor (59) on goal difference (12 to 6). Chorley have two games in hand on 8th place Bradford (2 games remaining, 57 points) and 9th place York (2 games remaining, 57 points), Chorley needs 6 points from 4 games to be mathematically in the playoffs, Blyth can get to 64 points.

Spennymoor;
Spennymoor 1-1 Kidderminster ; Another ‘home’ game at Harrogate, Spennymoor were able to salvage a point on Tuesday after falling behind in the 58th min, equalizing in the 74th but unable to get a winner. Spenny remain in 7th place, Spenny (59 points) have three games in hand on 8th place Bradford (2 games remaining, 57 points) and 9th place York (2 games remaining, 57 points), Spenny needs 6 points from 5 games to be mathematically in the playoffs, Blyth can get to 64 points.

Bradford P.A.;
Brackley 0-1 Bradford; Bradford scored in the 80th min to win the game on Tuesday. Bradford rise to 8th place above York. Bradford have won three straight, they can get to 63 points, 6th place Chorley (4 games to play, 59 points) and 7th place Spennymoor ( 5 games to play, 59 points) need 5 points to prevent Bradford from making the playoffs.

York;
FCUM 1-0 York; York lost their 4th game in a row, conceding a 61st min goal to FCUM on Tuesday. York (57 points) fall to 9th place as Bradford are above them on goal difference. York has two games left, Chorley has 2 more points (59), 4 games to play, Spennymoor has also (59), 5 games to play. York know that if Chorley and Spennymoor both gain 5 more points then York cannot make the playoffs.

Boston; (2 games); 24/04 Nuneaton (A), 28/04 Telford (H)
Boston 3-0 Harrogate; A great performance for Boston on Tuesday night saw them score three times, after 29, 35 & 84 mins to beat Harrogate 3-0.

Blyth;
Blyth 0-1 vs Telford; Blyth fought hard on Tuesday but went down to a goal after 28 mins to lose their 7th straight game. Blyth fall to 11th place as Boston won their game over Harrogate. It is very likely Blyth will not make the playoffs, they are down to 4 games to play. Blyth trail 6th place Chorley by 7 points with 4 games to play. 7th place Spennymoor have 7 more points and a game in hand. Chorley and Spenny both need 6 points to be mathematically certain of being in the playoffs.

Nuneaton; (1 game); 21/04 Darlington (A)
Curzon Ashton 2-2 Nuneaton; On Monday, Nuneaton fell behind before equalising in the 44th min, Curzon scored again before Nuneaton equalising in the 91st min.

Darlington; (2 games against common bottom 11 opponents); 21/04 Nuneaton (H), 25/04 Southport (H)
No midweek game.

FC Utd of Man; (2 games); 21/04 Alfreton (A), 28/04 North Ferriby
FCUM 1-0 York; On Tuesday FCUM beat York with a goal in the 61st min. FCUM have reached 50 points, helped by winning 3 of their last 5 games and are mathematically safe from relegation.

Southport; (1 game); 25/04 Darlington (A)
Southport 0-1 Salford; Southport were beaten by a 67th min goal in Tuesday’s match.

Telford; (1 game); 21/04 Gainsborough (H)
Blyth 0-1 vs Telford; A huge win for Telford on Tuesday. Slightly against the run of play, they took the lead in the 28th min. Blyth were better in the second half but could not break down Telford who took home the three points. Telford rise to 16th place, they are four points in front of 20th place Gainsborough, Telford need 3 points from 3 games to be mathematically safe from relegation. Saturday they are home to Gainsborough who need the three points to try and jump out of the bottom three.

Alfreton; (1 game); 21/04 FCUM (H)
No midweek game; Alfreton fall to 17th place after Telford’s win, they are 3 points in front of 20th place Gainborough who won, Alfreton has a better goal difference(-4 to -28). Saturday, Alfreton vs FCUM.

Curzon Ashton; (0 game);
Curzon Ashton 2-2 Nuneaton; On Monday, Curzon Ashton almost got the three points that would have eased relegation worries greatly. A 16th min goal was cancelled out by Nuneaton by half time. Curzon took the lead in the 66th min before Nuneaton’s 91st min equaliser. Curzon fall to 18th place on goal difference (-9) after Telford’s win on Tuesday. Curzon (-9 goal difference) are tied on 46 points with Alfreton(-4). 20th place Gainsborough are on 43 points (-28). Curzon do not have any Bottom 11 teams to play in their last three games (Spennymoor(H), Blyth(A), Harrogate(A)).

Leamington; (0 games);
No midweek game ; Leamington fall to 19th place, two points above 20th place Gainborough who won and a better goal difference (-12 to -28). Thursday, Leamington vs Chorley, Saturday, York vs Leamington.

Gainsborough; (3 games); 17/04 North Ferriby (A), 21/04 Telford (A), 28/04 Tamworth (H)
North Ferriby 0-1 Gainsborough; Gainsborough got another huge win on Tuesday, beating North Ferriby 1-0 with a 29th min goal. Gainsborough rise to 20th place, trailing 19th place Leamington by 2 points. They may still avoid relegation, three wins in the last five games has given them hope. Their last two games are at Telford on Saturday, and the last Saturday, home to Tamworth.

Tamworth; (1 game); 28/04 Gainsborough (A)
No midweek game. Tamworth fall to 21st place after Gainsborough’s win over North Ferriby. Saturday, home to Chorley.

North Ferriby; (2 games); 17/04 Gainsborough (H), 28/04 FCUM (A)
North Ferriby 0-1 Gainsborough; North Ferriby went down to a single goal in the 29th min against Gainsborough on Tuesday.


The original Bottom 11 opponents and results prediction
...........Nun.......... Lea......... Alfr.......... Crz.......... FCM...... Tam......... Telf....... Gai
19/04................. Cho(H)1
21/04 Dar(A) 0 ... Yor(A) 0 . FCM(H) 1 . Spe(H) 1 Alfr(A) 1 Cho(H) 0 . Gai(H) 3 Tel(A) 0
24/04 Bos (H) 0 .................................. Bly(A) 0 ............................... Spe(A) 0
28/04 Bly(H) 1 .... Sal(H) 0 . Cho(A) 0 . Har(A) 0 . NFr(H) 3 Gai(A) 1 . Bos(A) 1 Tam(H) 1

Total ..............1..............1..............1...............1.............4.............1..............4............1


The original Bottom 11 outstanding games against their opponents

Nuneaton (1 game)
21/04 Darlington (A)

Darlington (2 games)
21/04 Nuneaton (H)
25/04 Southport (H)

FCUM (2 games)
21/04 Alfreton (A)
28/04 North Ferriby

Southport (1 game)
25/04 Darlington (A)

Telford (1 game)
21/04 Gainsborough (H)

Alfreton (1 game)
21/04 FCUM (H)

Curzon Ashton (0 games)

Leamington (0 games)

Gainsborough (2 games)
21/04 Telford (A)
28/04 Tamworth (H)

Tamworth (1 game)
28/04 Gainsborough (A)

North Ferriby (1 game)
28/04 FCUM (A)



This week’s games

19/04 Thursday
Spennymoor.... vs Darlington
Blyth............... vs Southport
Leamington.... vs Chorley

21/04 Saturday
Darlington...... vs Nuneaton
Alfreton.......... vs FCUM
Blyth............... vs Stockport
Bradford......... vs Harrogate
Curzon Ashton vs Spennymoor
North Ferriby... vs Kidderminster
Salford............ vs Boston
Southport....... vs Brackley
Tamworth....... vs Chorley
Telford............ vs Gainsborough
York................ vs Leamington


Comments

Winners
Salford, their win and Harrogate’s loss, one point from being the champions.
Gainsborough, giving themselves a chance to stay up with a win over North Ferriby
Telford, winning at Blyth, close to mathematically avoiding relegation.

Losers
York, losing at FCUM, needing Chorley and Spennymoor to drop a lot of points to make the playoffs
Blyth, losing home to Telford, also needing Chorley and Spennymoor to drop a lot of points to make the playoffs
Tamworth, now in 21st place, two games left to avoid relegation

............................. Pd .W D L..W D L...F..A...GD..Pts Max pts..one point per game
01. Salford .......... 40 15 2 3. 12 5 .3 75 43. 32.. 88
02. Harrogate...... 40 14 4 2. 11 3 .6 94 46. 48.. 82
03. Brackley......... 39 12 5 2.. 9 6 ..5 68 35. 33.. 74
04. Kidderminster 40 13 5 2.. 6 7 ..7 72 47. 25.. 69
05. Stockport....... 40 12 4 4.. 7 4 ..9 73 56. 17.. 65
06. Chorley........... 38.. 9 8 3.. 6 6 ..6 45 33. 12.. 59
07. Spennymoor... 37.. 8 5 4.. 9 3 ..8 66 60... 6.. 59
08. Bradford. ....... 40.. 8 4 8.. 8 5 ..7 61 54... 7.. 57
09. York................ 40.. 9 6 5.. 7 3 10 63 58... 5.. 57
10. Boston........... 39 10 5 5.. 5 3 11 63 64.. -1.. 53
11. Blyth............... 38.. 9 1 8.. 8 0 12 70 65... 5.. 52
12. Nuneaton....... 39.. 8 5 6.. 6 5 ..9 47 54.. -7.. 52
13. Darlington...... 38.. 9 4 6.. 4 7 ..8 53 52... 1.. 50
14. FCUM.............. 40 12 2 6.. 2 6 12 58 69 -11.. 50
15. Southport....... 38.. 8 4 8.. 5 4 ..9 55 65 -10.. 47.......59.........51
16. Telford............. 39.. 7 3 10 7 2 10 50 65 -15.. 47.......56.........50
17. Alfreton........... 40.. 6 3 11 7 4 ..9 66 70.. -4.. 46.......52.........48
18. Curzon Ashton 39.. 8 7 5.. 3 6 10 50 59.. -9.. 46.......55.........49
19. Leamington..... 39.. 7 4 8.. 5 5 10 47 59 -12.. 45.......54.........48
20. Gainsborough. 40 10 1 9.. 3 3 14 42 70 -28.. 43.......49.........45
21. Tamworth........ 40.. 7 6 7.. 4 3 13 52 70 -18.. 42.......48.........44
22. North Ferriby... 39.. 1 5 14 2 3 14 21 97 -76.. 17

46 points might be the number of points to avoid relegation based on teams below us averaging 1 point per game, Gainsborough will get to 45, Tamworth to 44.


Last edited by Ginge01 on Sat Apr 21, 2018 2:53 pm, edited 2 times in total.

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If North Ferriby go under next month or don't take a place in the Evo Stik - both of which are entirely possible - does that mean someone will get a reprieve from relegation?


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LoidLucan wrote:
If North Ferriby go under next month or don't take a place in the Evo Stik - both of which are entirely possible - does that mean someone will get a reprieve from relegation?

Surely it would mean the opposite? Or am I being thick?

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LoidLucan wrote:
If North Ferriby go under next month or don't take a place in the Evo Stik - both of which are entirely possible - does that mean someone will get a reprieve from relegation?


Not from our league but maybe the one below although the FA are starting to favour extra promotion places I believe rather than reprieving a team in a relegation position.

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Oh yeah... got that arse about face :D Someone in the Evo Stik will be praying for their demise.


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