Campaign India Team
Dec 26, 2014

BPL Adland Predictions: Gameweek 18

Aarish Matcheswalla, Rahul Mathew, Raj Nair, Sanjay Gupta and Raahil Chopra go head-to-head to predict Barclays Premier League results

BPL Adland Predictions: Gameweek 18

Here's Campaign India's select panel of football aficionados previewing Gameweek 18 of the ongoing Barclays Premier League season.

The panel comprises Aarish Matcheswalla, creative partner, OneSeptember; Raj Nair, chief creative officer, Madison BMB; Rahul Mathew, creative head - West, DDB Mudra; Sanjay Gupta, head marketing - wellness and youth, Marico, 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 18:

Fixture

Aarish Matcheswalla

Raj Nair

Rahul Mathew

Sanjay Gupta

Raahil Chopra

Chelsea v West Ham

2-1

 

  1-0

 

2-0

2-0

1-0

Burnley v Liverpool

1-2

  1-2

1-2

1-2

1-1

Crystal Palace v Southampton

0-2

  0-1

1-2

0-1

1-1

Everton v Stoke

2-1

  2-1

2-0

1-0

2-0

Leicester v Spurs

0-1

  0-1

1-2

0-2

1-1

Man Utd v New Castle

2-0

  2-0

3-1

2-0

3-0

Sunderland v Hull

1-0

  2-0

1-1

1-0

2-0

Swansea v Aston Villa

2-1

  2-1

2-1

1-0

2-1

West Brom v Man City

0-2

  1-3

0-3

0-2

1-1

Arsenal v QPR

2-0

  2-0

4-1

2-0

3-0

Here's the points tally after the first seventeen rounds of predictions:

Source:
Campaign India

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