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Oct 30, 2015

BPL Adland Predictions: Gameweek 11

Aarish Matcheswalla, Gerard Jayaranjan, Juju Basu, Raahil Chopra, Raj Nair and Rahul Mathew go head-to-head to predict Barclays Premier League results

BPL Adland Predictions: Gameweek 11
Campaign India's select panel of football aficionados are back to predict the scorelines of each Barclays Premier League match this season. 
The panel comprises Aarish Matcheswalla, creative partner, OneSeptember; Gerard Jayaranjan, creative head, FCB Ulka Digital, Juju Basu, creative consultant and former VP and ECD, Contract Advertising, Raj Nair, chief creative officer, Madison BMB; Rahul Mathew, creative head - West, DDB Mudra; and Campaign India's in-house football follower, Raahil Chopra.
Scoring will be based on:
- Five points for each correct result.
- Ten points for the correct result with the right goal difference (if a match result is 2-0, and the score predicted is 3-1, the panelist will get 10 points). A draw will only be awarded five points.
- Twenty points for the exact scoreline. 
Here are the predictions for Gameweek 11:
Fixture Aarish Matcheswalla Gerard Jayaranjan Juju Basu Raahil Chopra Raj Nair Rahul Mathew
Chelsea v Liverpool 1-1 2-2   2-0 1–2 2-1
Palace v Man Utd 0-2 1-2   1-2 0–1 1-1
Man City v Norwich 3-0 2-0   3-0 3–0 5-1
Newcastle v Stoke 0-0 0-2   2-0 1–2 1-2
Swansea v Arsenal 1-2 1-3   1-1 0–2 0-3
Watford v West Ham 0-2 0-2   1-1 1–2 1-2
West Brom v Leicester 1-1 1-0   2-2 1-1 1-2
Everton v Sunderland 2-1 2-1   2-0 3–1 3-1
Southampton v Bournemouth 2-0 2-1   1-1 3-2 2-0
Spurs v Villa 2-0 2-1   2-1 4–1 4-0
Here's the points tally following Gameweek 10:


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