Darrell Super6 Week 34 Results & Week 35 Fixtures

It’s a new day of a new (tax) year and the capacity to earn £10k without paying a jot to the taxman is upon us.

In real terms, that’s £200/week you can earn without parting with a penny in deductions, other than N.I. contributions.

Yes, I think we’ll have some of that.  Millionaires have had a tax-cut, so what?  Yes, it sucks, but does it directly affect me?  Erm, no.

IDS’s Welfare Reform was going ahead, like it or not; now that doesn’t just stink, it’s positively pungent.

But Labour fighting that particular front with the £1ook tax cut on each £1m is somewhat irrelevant and misguided for those on lower-income.

Rather than try to stir up feeling, why don’t The Reds tell us what they’re going to do rather than moan about what the Tories have done?

Jeez, if everyone got depressed about Tory policy, I’d be investing in shares in The Samaritans up to the hilt. #justsayin’

Week 35 Super 6 Fixtures

Anyway – off me political soapbox and into the terraces with a round-up of this week’s Super6 results and a sneak peek at the Week 35 Super 6 fixtures.

After a superb March, Les has really took the challenge to Ken at the top of the league, who had his worth month by far.  A two-horse race?  Methinkso.

Jase looks to have settled for third and Pat for fourth, with an intriguing battle between Micky D & Jord for the wooden spoon.

This weekend coming is the last of the phase 2 round robin, whereafter we’ll have our finalists for the Sweet FA Cup, first weekend May.  Keep you posted.

Next week’s fixtures and DarrellSuper6 entry form across the page.

Yet again, we see West Brom, Aston Villa and Wolves all featuring in the same week.  Lots of predicting with heart instead of minds, then.

Yep – I think Jeff and the boys’ jackpot will be safe, certainly from this little nook in The Black Country.

Week 35 Super 6 Form Guide

Wolves head off to Bolton in a battle of The Wanderers; that’s always a scrappy affair, always close and almost always sees the points stay in Lancashire.

However, Wolves have picked up 13 points from the last 18 and have suddenly remembered where the net is in emphatic style (fixture 4).

West Brom – who already seem to have one arm in the sleeve of their jacket for end-of-season do – face Arsenal at The Hawthorns.  Arsenal do have something to play for, WBA really don’t (fixture 3).

And Villa have the unenviable task of trying to bring something back from The Britannia, where Stoke have looked strong all season, as both teams look to avoid the drop into The Championship (fixture 2).

We stay in the Midlands, albeit the east, with a trip across to Nottingham as Forest look to cement their play-off place against a Blackpool side who are only three points off the drop zone (fixture 5).

The non-Midlands games feature Norwich at home to Swansea, the home side by no means safe four points off the relegation zone.  The Swans look to be safe as they sit mid-table, just below The Baggies (fixture 1).

And fixture 6 is a real six-point fixture as Sheffield Wednesday take on Blackburn at Hillsborough.  As it stands, both are on 47 points and outside the drop zone on goal difference only.

The Championship table is a volatile melting pot

Should Huddersfield pick up a point tonight at the Reebok or Posh win at Middlesboro, Sheffield are in the bottom three.

If both of those results transpire this evening, Sheffield will be second-bottom and Blackburn – on a shocking run of form – will be outside the relegation places by the slenderest of goal differences, which could well be erased at Hillsborough on Saturday.

So, there’s your form guide to Week 35 of the Super 6.  Best of luck and see you next week when Micky D, Ken and Pat will be behind WBA and Les and Jord will no doubt behoove as the Villains they are.

I’ll be the loner up the corner in the gold and black, praying for another three points to put a little daylight between Wolves and League One and the thought of successive relegations.  Not again, surely…

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Darrellsuper6 predictions and results week 30

Well, here we are.  March.

Where has this footie season gone?  Certainly Wolves and Villa fans know the answer: down the pan.

Baggies fans, on the other hand, will wonder what all the fuss is about, knocking on the doors of Europe for the first time in thirty years[1], as they are [citation needed1 – that’s a guess].

Manchester United will wonder how they squandered the title last year, given how they’re “doing a Celtic” on the English Premier League this season.

And our local teams in the lower divisions, Walsall and Kidderminster, are showing the big boys how it’s done.  Both had awful starts to the season, but are both genuine contenders for promotion as the season enters its final third.

Perhaps they could rub some of their magic onto the gates of the Molineux or Villa Park, or even St Andrews, as the Blues aren’t out of the woods, yet, either.

Anyhoo, I digress.

How did we get on this week with our Super6 predictions?

The DarrellSuper6 predictions and results for week 30 is what we’re here for.  First, the tweets of the predictions, as they happened:

 

 

At 2:00pm, GMT, I was convinced that one of us was going to hit the jackpot, today.

No, I don’t mean walk up to Adey Lewis and smack him in the gob, although how someone hasn’t already is beyond me.

I mean I thought they looked good enough a spread to get us amongst the prizes.  But you can’t rely on the ‘funny old game’ for anything, can yer?

This, in the end, is how Week 30 panned out:

(alternatively, open Week 30 results in new window)

I only hope that we do better with week 31, although I doubt it as all six of us follow either West Brom, Villa or Wolves.

Full Week 31 fixtures uploaded on the submission form page.

See you next week; happy punting!


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Jason Darrell

UK National Media Manager for FeckTV.com (project on hold, until further notice)