Languagecaster Predictions 2019-20: Game Week 12 – 2019-20 Merseyside Derby and Man Utd vs Tottenham
There is a mid-week set of fixtures this week (on Tuesday and Wednesay) which sees all Premier League clubs playing their 15th game of the season. Interestingly, in Germany when there is a mid-week set of fixtures there they use the phrase, Englische Woche – literally meaning ‘English week’ (Bundesliga.com – The German soccer dictionary: meanings, definitions, translations…). This will also be the first time that a new player in the UK broadcasting world will show games to the public – Amazon – which means that there are now three different providers: BT Sport, Sky Sports and now Amazon. This is a busy period in the football calendar with most clubs playing 6 or 7 Premier League games in the month of December, while some teams will also have to play Champions League qualifiers, Carabao Cup semi-finals and the Club World Cup.
New Tottenham manager Jose Mourinho returns to the club that sacked him almost a year ago when Tottenham travel to Old Trafford to face Manchester United on Wednesday. On the same night the Merseyside derby takes place with Liverpool hosting struggling Everton – can the away side, the Toffees, raise their game and cause an upset to the leaders? We also feature Manchester City’s trip to Burnley and West Ham’s visit to Wolves. Come along and take on the languagecaster team – three points for a perfect prediction and one point for the right result.You have to be a registered user and logged in to play in this pool.
How to play
- You will need to register or log in with your email – remember it is free to play.
- Click on the latest weekly predictions post to find each week’s games – click here.
- Fill in your predictions and click save – remember that you can change your scores right up to kick-off time.
- Check how you did by looking at the rankings here.
- Three points for a perfect score. For example, if you think Arsenal will beat Man United 1-0 and this is the exact final score then you receive three points.
- One point for the right result. For example, if the game between Liverpool and Southampton finishes 1-1 and you chose a different score but the right result (e.g. 0-0; 2-2 or 3-3) then you will receive 1 point.