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Win a Mystery Prize in Vin Rogue's Competition!

Win a Mystery Prize in Vin Rogue's Competition!

Do you want to have a bit of fun and win a prize? Why not play Vin Rogue's Premier League Relegation Prediction Competition?

The man himself tells you below how to enter.

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I don`t know if you are like me? Are you watching the bottom of the Premier League wondering if Bolton Wanderers and Blackburn Rovers will survive? As the end of the season is approaching quite quickly, here is a free to enter Competition with a Burnley Football Club related prize for the winner:

How to enter:

Select your teams to finish 18th, 19th and 20th in the Premier League and add how many points they will have. The points they finish on will only be used to determine the winner if more than one entry has the correct order, so your entry should look like this:-

18th Man Utd 31 points

19th Man City 30 points

20th Liverpool 27 points

So post your entry below please, one entry per user.

Vin Rogue

Please note the Competition will be frozen on Saturday February 25th

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Writer:turfmanphil
Date:Saturday February 18 2012
Time: 10:23AM

Comments

0
Sounds a bit of fun and the prize looks like it might be a goodun!! ;-) I will donate the prize should I win . Predictions to follow
turfmanphil
18/02/2012 10:29:00
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The three relegation places will come from QPR, Rovers, Wolves, Bolton and Wigan. I looked at all the remaining fixtures and without bias added the number of points, I thought they would get in each case! Not sure I liked the result because both Rovers and Bolton survive on 31 points each with Bolton below Rovers on goal difference. The bottom three therefore are QPR 30 points, Wigan 28 points and Wolves 25 points! Ouch!! The factor that could change this is the new manager at Wolves but we shall see. They have a terrible run in though and still have to play Man U (H), Arsenal (H), Man City (H). QPR's even worse with Liverpool (H), Arsenal (H), Man U (A), Spurs (H), Chelsea (A) and finally Man C (A) [Edited by turfmanphil]
turfmanphil
19/02/2012 15:19:00
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Wigan - 31 points, Bolton, 33 points, Wolves 34 points
Claretdale
19/02/2012 19:39:00
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Bolton - 28 points, Wigan 31 points, Wolves 34 points relegated on goal difference. It would be remiss of me not to enter but if I win (some hope) I will donate the prize to 2nd place.
VinRogue
20/02/2012 11:31:00
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I think it will be race to see who can be the worst team but here is how they will be relegated into the Championship. Wolves 36 points Bolton 32 points Wigan 28 Points QPR and Blackburn will hang on by a thread and stay up
claretfromaway
20/02/2012 16:58:00
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Wolves 33 Bolton 32 Wigan 31 Simple pity I think jammy Rovers will escape hope I am wrong.
Grimsby Claret
20/02/2012 17:45:00
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Will have a think about it before Saturday, if I triangulate the teams I think are going to be there, divided by the teams they play, I should be on a sure fire winner :/
8clarets8
20/02/2012 21:42:00
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Wolves 30. Bolton 32. QPR 34
Couch Potato
21/02/2012 09:29:00
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Bolton 31 Wolves 32 QPR 33
WelshClaret
21/02/2012 10:42:00
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Nobody has been brave enough to put Deadwood down for relegation. Wolves are favourites with Bolton 2nd favourites at the moment, all could change with a few more entries lol.
VinRogue
21/02/2012 16:27:00
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