Rules, How to Enter and Prize Information

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The Peoples Person Man United Predictions competition is free to enter to all members of the forum!

First prize: It’s a scorcher...a 2004 Man United shirt signed by the team including Van Nistelrooy, Giggs, Ronaldo, Keane and Scholes. It also includes a Certificate of Authenticity to prove it is the real deal.

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Second Prize: There will also be a 2020/21 home Manchester United kit for the lucky user who scores the MOST* points in a SINGLE gameweek. This means if you miss out on the start, you will always have a chance of winning this!

The competition: It will run from the Liverpool Premier League home game until the last game of the season.

It will include all first team games in the Premier League, League Cup, FA Cup and Europa League.

How to win: The person who has accumulated the most points at the end of the season will win the 2004 signed shirt and the person with the highest score for a single week - as a percentage of the total possible for that week - will win the 2020/21 kit. If the same person wins both, the runner up in the main game will win the 20/21 shirt.

The rules: In each game you have to submit 3 answers.

(1) Predict the score of the game.

(2) Fantasy Three: Pick 3 United players to be your fantasy football picks. Their scores for that game in the official Premier League fantasy football game will be counted as your score. If it’s a non-premier league game, the equivalent scores will be used (as determined by judge Betty, her decision final). You should also pick a substitute to be swapped in if one of your 3 choices do not play (they MUST be in the same category as the player who isn't selected, e.g. if you choose DDG, Pogba and Rashford with a sub of Martial and Pogba doesn't play, you will only score points for DDG and Rashford).

*** Change from match 11 (Spurs) onward ***
Your fantasy 3 must comprise 1 defender or keeper, 1 midfielder and 1 forward, according to the following:
Defenders/keepers: De Gea, Romero, Grant, Wan Bissaka, Williams, Maguire, Lindelof, Jones, Rojo, Shaw, Tuanzebe, Bailly, Dalot, Young.
Midfielders: Pogba, McTominay, Fred, Pereira, Mata, Matic, Garner, Levitt, Lingard, Chong, Gomes
Forwards: Rashford, Martial, Greenwood, James

(3) Match Special Prediction: Another prediction about the game, e.g. predict a goalscorer, which will vary from game to game.

Your score each week will be the sum of your scores from each of these three predictions, and works as follows.

Scoring For Predict the Score:

Correct result + 5 pts
Correct score + 20 pts
For games with possible extra time or penalties, only the 90 minute score is counted.

Scoring For Fantasy Three:

You score the total of your three players’ (or 2 plus sub’s) scores from the official Premier League fantasy football game.
If it is a cup game, what the equivalent score would have been using Premier League Fantasy Football scoring (not including bonus points) will be used.

For the scoring system, please look here:

Scoring for Match Special Predictions:

For Match special predictions, the scoring will be announced for each game.

Results and standings will be published after each match.

The cutoff for predictions for each game will be when the team is announced, usually 1 hour before kick off. No entries after that will be accepted.

Each member is only allowed to enter the competition once.

You can join late or miss games but you will score zero for any matches missed.

If at the end of the season there is a tie for first place in the main competition, whoever got the highest score on the final week will be the winner. If there is still a tie, lots will be drawn to determine who wins.

If at the end of the season there is a tie for first place in the single week score competition, lots will be drawn to determine who wins.

In the event of any dispute, judge Betty's decision will be final.

* Because the number of points available in each week will differ, this will be calculated as a "percentage of possible" score. For example, in Match 1 against Liverpool, the max possible score was 43. As the week's winner scored 41, he achieved 95.3% (41/43 x 100).
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