The New Facebook Prediction Game & TV Show Where You Take On The Pro’s
With 11-12 games left of the season it looks like we’re heading for an exciting climax. Arsenal and Man Utd are battling it out for the title, and Manchester City, Chelsea and Tottenham are fighting for the remaining two Champions League spots. While Liverpool have had a torrid season so far, their resurgence under ‘King’ Kenny has given hope of a strong finish to the season and The Reds will certainly have their say in where the title ends up starting this weekend when they host Man Utd at Anfield.
So with the season heating up now is a great time to enhance the fun and get involved in Scoreboard, a new and exciting Facebook app that has taken predicting football scores to another level. The main basis of the game is simple; users are able to predict Premier League results with points awarded for accuracy. Players can pit their wits against not only their friends and family, but also ex-pro’s Jason Cundy and Scott Minto!
But the thing that really sets Scoreboard apart from other prediction games is the introduction of a one-hour TV show aired exclusively on Facebook every Friday at 1pm, with the first show broadcasting tomorrow, Friday 4th March. Pundits will discuss the forthcoming fixtures and submit their predictions with viewers encouraged to share their opinions via a comments section.
I’m keen to get as many Football-Talk readers involved as possible, so we can get some banter going and see if not only we can beat the supposed ‘pros’ but find out who is the ultimate prediction champ! To get started click the link below and don’t forget to share this link/game with your friends or those you think would be interested via Facebook and Twitter. It’s a social media game after-all!
I have done my predictions for this week and in all honesty, i haven’t been very creative with them! I have planted myself firmly on the fence for the big clash this weekend, predicting a 1-1 draw at Anfield where Liverpool host rivals and league leaders Manchester United. I also feel Arsenal will bounce-back from their Carling Cup disappointment with a 2-0 victory over Sunderland at the Emirates, despite missing Fabregas, Walcott and Van Persie. Other predictions include Chelsea securing a 2-1 win at Blackpool and Spurs also getting 3-points away to Wolves.
Here is a screenshot of the game interface. It’s slick and modern feel is easy to use and has lots of extra features to keep you interested.
Disagree with any of my predictions? Think you can do better? Well head over to Scoreboard’s Facebook page and get involved!