One thing that shows for me is how much more evenly spread the results have been this time around - usually it would be the Woolwich and Chelsea with perhaps 5 or 6 wins from 8, now we see we're the only one to have notched up three wins against our neighbours. It's sort of refreshing, but terribly confusing all at the same time :lol:Tottenham 8 3 4 1 13
Arsenal 7 2 4 1 10
Fulham 7 2 2 3 9
West Ham 7 2 2 3 8
Chelsea 5 0 2 3 3
Maybe Arsenal could win the London League, if they beat Chelsea.
Makes for good reading, we are normally rubbish in this mini league ;-)
Tottenham 8 3 4 1 13It is correct Nic.
Spurs -(8) W3 D4 L1 F10 A7 P13
Arsenal -(7) W2 D4 L1 F8 A6 P10
Fulham - (7) W2 D3 L2 F7 A8 P9
West Ham - (7) W2 D2 L3 F6 A8 P8
Chelsea - (5) W0 D3 L2 F5 A7 P3
So if Arsenal beat Chelsea by more than 1 goal they come top.
I ne er said you failed ;-)The table Shanks originally put up had the mistakes I pointed out. The second table has the columns for Chelsea and Fulham rearranged. There was no failure on my part.