Autumn Internationals Wind Fall

Following on from the success of this year’s Six Nations Predictor, especially the amazing final week’s scores, we will be holding a similar predictor for this year’s Autumn Internationals.

In total there are 23 games to be played over 5 weekends.  The games are as follows;

Saturday 5th November

Wales v Australia at Principality Stadium, Cardiff 2:30pm

Barbarians v South Africa at Wembley Stadium, London 3:00pm

New Zealand v Ireland at Soldier Field, Chicago 8:00pm (GMT) 

Friday 11th November

Barbarians v Fiji at Kingspan Stadium, Belfast 7:30pm

Saturday 12th November

Italy v New Zealand at Stadio Olimpico, Rome 2:00pm (GMT)

England v South Africa at Twickenham Stadium, London 2:30pm

Scotland v Australia at BT Murrayfield Stadium, Edinburgh 2:30pm

France v Samoa at Stadium Municipal, Toulouse 4:45pm (GMT)

Ireland v Canada at Aviva Stadium, Dublin 5:00pm

Wales v Argentina at Principality Stadium, Cardiff 5:30pm

Saturday 19th November

Italy v South Africa at Stadio Artemio Franchi, Florence 2:00pm (GMT)

England v Fiji at Twickenham Stadium, London 2:30pm

Wales v Japan at Principality Stadium, Cardiff 2:30pm

Ireland v New Zealand at Aviva Stadium, Dublin 5:00pm

Scotland v Argentina at BT Murrayfield Stadium, Edinburgh 5:00pm

France v Australia at Stade de France, Paris 8:00pm (GMT)

Saturday 26th November

Italy v Tonga at Stadio Euganeo, Padova 2:00pm (GMT)

England v Argentina at Twickenham Stadium, London 2:30pm

Scotland v Georgia at Venue TBC 2:30pm

Ireland v Australia at Aviva Stadium, Dublin 5:00pm

Wales v South Africa at Principality Stadium, Cardiff 5:30pm

France v New Zealand at Stade de France, Paris 8:00pm (GMT)

Saturday 3rd December

England v Australia at Twickenham Stadium, London 2:30pm

 

As with the Six Nations Predictor, all you have to do is predict the total number of points that will be scored in all 23 games.  This time it’s £2 a pop (i.e. per predicted total) or £5 for 3 predictions. As usual it’s first come first served.

Note there are no favorite numbers this time.  The only clue I’m giving you is the average score in the Six Nations was 46.2 points per game.  So as they (incorrectly) say in down town Chicago, “you do the Math”.

The total pot will be split 4 ways; 35% to winner, 25% to second place & 10% to third place.  The club therefore gets 35%.

Good guessing.

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Before I started on my quest of world domination I was a part time dress maker, specialising in the larger woman.

To succed in my aim of world domination my first plan is to cause social unrest and panic through subliminal messages in my match reports, so reader beware.

During my long journey of life I have caused havoc in many lands, Geordie land, Cockney land and now Manc land. And this is without mentioning what I got up to in foreign rugby tours to USA, Canada, Holland, Hungary, Ireland & Wales.