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The CrowdScores EPL Weekend preview – (24th-26th November)

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Saturday 24th- Monday 26th November

Brighton & Hove Albion v Leicester City

Brighton form: LLWWW

Leicester form: DWDLL

Last Meeting: Brighton 0 Leicester 2 (31st March 2018)

After an impressive win, Brighton have lost two in a row and look to top scorer Glen Murray for inspiration. Leicester have found goals hard to come by with only three goals in five games.

CrowdScores predicts: Leicester win

Everton v Cardiff City

Everton form: DWWLW

Cardiff form: WLLWL

Last Meeting: Everton 2 Cardiff 1 (15th March 2014)

Everton find themselves doing well in 9th place, five points away from Arsenal in fifth place. Even after beating Brighton, Cardiff still find themselves in the relegation zone due to goal difference.

CrowdScores predicts: Everton win

Fulham v Southampton

Fulham form: LLLLL

Southampton form: DLDDL

Last meeting: Fulham 0 Southampton 1 (6th January 2018)

Fulham have replaced Jovanovic with Ranieri as they are planted to the bottom of the table. Southampton are not doing much better at 17th place.

CrowdScores predicts: Draw

Manchester United v Crystal Palace

Man Utd form: LWWWL

Crystal Palace form: LLLDL

Last meeting: Palace 2 Man Utd 3 (5th March 2018)

Martial will be vital to this match. He has been revitalised this season and is their top goalscorer with seven goals. Crystal Palace have had mixed fortunes, Zaha, their talisman has only netted three times in the league.

CrowdScores predicts: Man Utd win

Watford v Liverpool

Watford form: DLWWL

Liverpool form: WLDWW

Last Meeting: Liverpool 5 Watford 0 (17th March 2018)

Watford saw a Salah masterclass last time they played each other. Salah scored four goals and assisted one as they destroyed the Hornets 5-0. Watford would be hoping for revenge after their good start to the season.

CrowdScores predicts: Liverpool win

West Ham United v Manchester City

West Ham form: DWLDL

Manchester City form: WWWWW

Last Meeting: West Ham 1 Man City 4

Everyone is running out of superlatives for Manchester City, and it looks like they could gain another league title to the trophy cabinet as they carry on their unbeaten season. West Ham look once again at a mid table finish.

CrowdScores predicts: Manchester City win.

Tottenham Hotspur v Chelsea

Spurs form: WWWWL

Chelsea form: DWWWW

Last Meeting: Chelsea 1 Spurs 3 (1st April 2018)

Spurs got back to winning ways after their defeat against Man City, including making their way back into qualifying in the Champions League, after a late fightback against PSV. Chelsea have been playing well, however, the goalless draw against Everton could be a cause for concern.

CrowdScore predicts: Chelsea win

AFC Bournemouth v Arsenal

Bournemouth form: LLWWD

Arsenal form: DDDWD

Last Meeting: Bournemouth 2 Arsenal 1 (14th January 2018)

Arsenal are maintaining a fifth place position, even though they have drawn the last three league games. Bournemouth have started to slip up with their form, they lost their last two games to Newcastle and Man Utd.

CrowdScores predicts: Arsenal win

Wolverhampton Wanderers v Huddersfield Town

Wolves form: DLLLW

Huddersfield form: DWLLD

Last Meeting: Wolves 0 Huddersfield 1 (25th April 2017)

Wolves this season have been impressive against the big clubs; drawing with Man Utd, Man City and Arsenal. However losses to Brighton and Watford leave them midtable. Huddersfield are struggling near the bottom of the table, a draw against West Ham could give them some confidence coming into the game.

CrowdScores predicts: Wolves win

Burnley v Newcastle United

Burnley form: DLLLD

Newcastle form: WWDLL

Last Meeting: Newcastle 1 Burnley 1 (31st Januar y 2018)

Both teams are both level with each other in the table, with nine points. Burnley’s defensive woes were eased with a clean sheet against Leicester. Newcastle could extend their winning streak to three with a win here.

CrowdScores predicts: Draw

 

You can download the CrowdScores app to follow all the weekend’s action and join in the conversations here.

 

Featured User of the Week! – Danological

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Danological – West Bromwich Albion fan.

Danological has been an avid user since 2017 and is one of the highest contributors to the app! Here’s what the featured user of the week has to say about Football in general & the CrowdScores app:

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“I support West Bromwich Albion because they’re my local team and I feel like I belong at the Albion, it is just one big family at West Bromwich Albion and The Hawthorns does feel like home, not just to myself but to 26,000 other people that feel exactly the same way as me.

My favourite player that we’ve ever had in my lifetime has to be Chris Brunt as he’s been with us since 2007 and scored a lot of important goals, I remember his half volley in 2008 against Southampton to earn us a late point to send us into the Premier League after 3 years away from it. The best game I’ve ever seen live has to be Bristol Rovers Vs West Brom in March 2008 and it was a massive game at the time, a sunday evening kick off on ITV in the FA Cup Quarter Final, we were looking to go to an FA Cup Semi Final for the first time in 29 years and we won 5-1 and it was the best afternoon of my life as we got to the semi final and it looked like we were going to win a major trophy for the first time in 40 years.

My favourite thing about Crowdscores is the community, especially in European and international competitions as we all get to mix with different cultures on the app and when everybody is getting along very well it’s a nice place to be.”

Join the community and speak to Football fanatics like featured user,  Danological, here!

Featured User of the Week! – Allu

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Allu – Bayern München fan.

Allu has been on the app since December 2015 and is currently a moderator for the app! Here’s what the featured user of the week has to say about Football in general & the CrowdScores app:

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“I’ve supported Bayern München for about 12 years now. My relatives were the biggest impact on my choice of favorite club. Also Bayern’s history is a big reason why I support the club. From a small Jewish club to one of the biggest club in football’s history.

My favorite player of all time is Bastian Schweinsteiger. When I started supporting Bayern he was playing for Bayern and I instantly started to like him. He was born leader and his ball playing abilities were amazing. Also his personality was fair and caring.

My best game I have ever seen is easily the 2013 UCL final. Watched that from tv but celebrated as much as possible when Robben scored that winner. That team we had was one of the best there has been in football’s history.

My favorite thing about CrowdScores is the community. When I joined CrowdScores I didn’t really talk that much but I still remember many users from 2015. I started to speak more and more users started to join CrowdScores. Users made friends that they are still in contact. Users have created Discord channels and everything to speak more to each other. Users have actually been there for some others when they had rough time and I don’t think there is any football app there that has as close community as CrowdScores has. There is many users that everyone basically knows and they have got a chance to be moderators which was a huge thing for everyone. Also the staff is awesome, they are in contact with the users and they love joking in the chats. Overall CrowdScores is amazing app that keeps getting better and creates community even more tighter. “

Join the community and speak to Football fanatics like featured user,  Allu, here!

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The CrowdScores EPL Weekend preview – (10th-11th November)

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Saturday 10th November

Cardiff City v Brighton & Hove Albion

Cardiff form: LLWLL

Brighton form: LWWWL

Last Meeting: Brighton 1 Cardiff 0 (24th January 2017)

Brighton come into this on a small run of form, with three wins in a row, until losing emphatically to Everton, courtesy of a Richarlison brace. Cardiff have only won a singular match this season, beating fellow relegation strugglers, Fulham.

CrowdScores Predicts: Narrow Brighton win.

 


Huddersfield Town v West Ham United

Huddersfield form: WLLDL

West Ham form: WLDLL

Last meeting: Huddersfield 1 West Ham 4 (13th January 2018)

Huddersfield’s winless streak came to an end last Monday with Schindler netting the winner against Fulham. West Ham managed to net four goals against Burnley last game with Felipe Anderson scoring a brace and the ever present Arnautovic also with a goal.

CrowdScores predicts: West Ham win.

 

Leicester City v Burnley

Leicester form: WDLLW

Burnley form: LLLDW

Last meeting: Burnley 2 Leicester 1 (14th April 2018)

Goals have been hard to come by for Leicester. However, they gained a narrow 1-0 win against Cardiff in Wales. Burnley are having a torrid time, on a three game losing streak. They have conceded a massive 13 goals in 3 games!

CrowdScores predicts: Leicester win

Newcastle United v AFC Bournemouth

Newcastle form: WDLLL

Bournemouth form: LWWDW

Last meeting: Bournemouth 2 Newcastle 2 (24th February 2018)

Newcastle finally break their winless deadlock with a 1-0 win against Watford, however, they are only out of the relegation zone due to a superior goal difference. Bournemouth are currently 6th with their best ever start of a Premier League season, can they carry this on?

CrowdScores predicts: Draw

 

Southampton v Watford

Southampton form: LDDLD

Watford form: LWWLL

Last Meeting: Southampton 1 Watford 0 (27th January 2018)

Southampton are still reeling after a 6-1 humbling by Manchester City, which could of been more. They haven’t won in the league since the 1st September when they beat Crystal Palace 1-0. Watford’s fortunes are slightly better, currently 8th in the league. However, they did gift Newcastle their first win of the season.

CrowdScores predicts: Narrow Watford win

 

Sunday 11th November

Crystal Palace v Tottenham Hotspur

Crystal Palace form: LLDLL

Tottenham form: WWWLD

Last Meeting: Crystal palace 0 Tottenham 1 (25th February 2018)

Tottenham are back in business. Fresh from their comeback against PSV Eindhoven, they are on a three game winning streak. Crystal Palace have not won at home this season and Spurs have collected the most points on their travels.

CrowdScores predicts: Tottenham win.

 


Liverpool v Fulham

Liverpool form: LDWWW

Fulham form: LLLLL

Last Meeting: Fulham 2 Liverpool 3 (12th February 2014)

Fulham have been nothing short of dreadful, stuck to the foot of the table and hoping that some morale can help boost them. Liverpool may have a knock of confidence after losing to Red Star in the Champions League.

CrowdScores predicts: Comfortable Liverpool win.

 

Chelsea v Everton

Chelsea Form: WWWWD

Everton Form:  WWLWW

Last Meeting: Everton 0 Chelsea 0 (23rd December 2017)

Eden Hazard could make his return to Sarri’s starting eleven and continue the great run of form. Everton have got a new star in Richarlison, who looks like he is paying back his transfer fee with five goals already.

CrowdScores predicts: Chelsea win

Arsenal v Wolves

Arsenal form: DWDWW

Wolves: LLLDW

Last Meeting: Wolves 0 Arsenal 3 (11th April 2012)

Arsenal’s strikeforce of Lacazette and Aubameyang has look frightful, with players such a Iwobi and Ozil backing up the glut have goals which have been coming the Gunner’s way recently. Wolves have petered off slightly after their good start. Manager of the month curse?

CrowdScores predicts: Arsenal win.

 

Manchester City v Manchester United

Man. City form: WWWWW

Man. Utd form: WWLDW

Last Meeting: Manchester City 2 Manchester United 3 (7th April 2018)

The weekend finale! The Manchester derby can always pull out surprises, regardless of Man City being unbeaten in the league. Mourinho always tends to upset Pep’s strategy and game plans can go out the window.

CrowdScores predicts: Manchester City narrow win.

 

You can download the CrowdScores app to follow all the weekend’s action and join in the conversations here.

 

Start of The Premier League

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The Premier League Arrives!

It only seems like yesterday since we saw France winning the World Cup! After a small break in the football, The Premier League is back!

The season kicks off with Manchester United hosting Leicester City. United have recently been trying, but failing, to swipe the Foxes’ World Cup hero, Harry Maguire. So this battle will be intriguing as the Red Devils look on to see who they could have had. United did not make much progress in the transfer window, much to Mourinho’s dismay, with his anger directed at the board due to lack of funds.

As we look further into the season, it will be interesting to see how the newly promoted teams do. Wolves already had Premier League calibre within the Championship, winning it comfortably. Now as the Premier League approaches, they have made a huge statement with the signing of players, such as Rui Patricio, João Moutinho and Dendoncker. It could be interesting to see if they can push for a top half finish, or maybe even a Europa League place. Fulham have retained their star players, wonderkid Ryan Sessegnon and captain Tom Cairney. They have also made useful additions to their squad; Andre Schurrle has returned to familiar West London surroundings, but located in Craven Cottage, rather than Stamford Bridge. Cardiff look to upset the odds with their direct style of play, disrupting well-polished, passing units. However, their new signings with a lack of top flight experience could be a downfall. It is no surprise that they are favourites to go straight back down. However, like we saw when Leicester won the Premier League, anything can happen!

The biggest opening game of the season will no doubt be Arsenal v Manchester City. Manchester City look strong favourites to retain the trophy, adding more ammunition to their attack with the acquisition of Riyad Mahrez. Arsenal may look optimistic with their new manager, Unai Emery. The new boss will bring a fresh new approach to the Gunners, which they have needed for a few years. Signings such as Torreira and Papastathopoulos have helped the cause and Arsenal fans will hope that this change will motivate the team to a title push.

As always, CrowdScores will be providing live coverage throughout the season. Why not join our community today? You can contribute goals, line-ups, cards, substitutions and much more.

As well as making your mark on the app through contributions, you can also talk to fellow Premier League enthusiasts on the comments tab. You will get to meet like-minded individuals who are passionate about the game.

You can download the CrowdScores app to join in the conversations here.

 

World Cup 2018

The World Cup at CrowdScores

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World Cup: Russia 2018

It seems like forever since we watched Germany lift the World Cup in 2014. We saw Mario Gotze score his 113th minute winner, Brazil got embarrassed 7-1 by the Germans and England did not even reaching our own low expectations of them. But once again, hopes have been renewed, the national team shirts are out of the wardrobes and excitement has set in once again for the world’s greatest tournament!

Here at CrowdScores, we are just as excited and we have a lot in store to come over the upcoming 31 days of football!

Within the App

We will be giving you the scores and incidents from every World Cup game as they happen by the second. Whether there’s a yellow card in the Egypt v Saudi Arabia game or the decisive goal in the Final, you can help this happen! You can contribute goals, lineups, cards, substitutions and much more.

As well as making your mark on the app through contributions, you can also talk to fellow World Cup enthusiasts on the comments tab, whether it be about the game or the tournament. You will get to meet like minded individuals who are passionate about the game.

Community

Why not join in with the CrowdScores community and get involved with some of the activities we are participating in? FIFA have released Fantasy Football and a Prediction competition, in anticipation of the World Cup. We have set up our own CrowdScores leagues so that everyone can compete against each other. You can discuss tactics or brag about differential picks within the comments section of the app!

Later on in the summer, we will be also hosting our very own FIFA tournament amongst our users as well! Over the coming weeks, a tournament will start within the CrowdScores community (staff included!) to see who is the ultimate FIFA champion.

Join us on CrowdScores and get involved with the best tournament in the world!

 

iOS 4.2.4 Update Now Available

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iOS version 4.2.4 with improvements to the CrowdScores Community released this week.

As the community grows in the app, we are always looking to improve the experience for our users. So we have used your feedback and this week we have begun to roll out an update to iOS.

Moderators

As the community expands, it becomes a lot more difficult to monitor all the chats and find people who are being detrimental to the community and spoil it for everyone else with abusive behaviour or spamming.

We have recruited six users with a good track record of reporting and conduct within the community to help CrowdScores moderate the comments section of the games. They will also be there to give feedback and improvements to the team, which will help the community become a better place.

User Profiles

You asked for them, we listened! We are happy to announce that user Profiles are coming to iOS. When the profile picture of the user is clicked, it will come up with a user profile card, showing contributions, comments and likes count.

We also have made major improvements in the performance of the app. The app will run a lot smoother and faster when it comes to a busy matchday.

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Keep an eye out on the App Store for the latest update, or, you can download the app!

 

Check the scores. Keep your privacy.

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From the 25th May 2018, the way your data is being protected is changing.

After seven years in the making, data protection is now being amended to help individuals strengthen their rights on how their own details are being handled. This explains why your inbox has been inundated with emails from companies on the topic of data protection!

We have recently updated our Privacy Policy to be in line with the GDPR guidelines. This will help protect you as a user of CrowdScores.

You may have noticed (or will do shortly) a push notification from us letting you know that we have changed our policy. You don’t need to do anything! Just read the updated policy on how we protect your data.

If you have any questions, do not hesitate to get in touch with us at info@crowdscores.com.  

Our updated Privacy Policy can be found here: http://crowdscores.com/privacy-policy/

 

Goals: A CrowdScores Partnership

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We are delighted to announce our partnership with Goals 5 a Side!

Goals are a cutting edge operator of 5-a-side football clubs. Their aim is to encourage as many people as possible to play the beautiful game.

Working with Goals gives players an opportunity to have results and tables at their fingertips. Referees can live input matches whilst they are playing so they show up instantaneously on the CrowdScores app.

We have now rolled out to all centres within the UK. This means that players in these centres can view their own results and how many goals they have scored, alongside the teams they support!

Even checking up the latest results from the league there is also a chance to vote if your team is going to win and a comments section for some last minute motivation and support for your teammates!

Live scores for any footballer, anywhere.

Community feature added to Android

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Android version 3.4.1 with access to the CrowdScores Community released this week.

 

The CrowdScores Community is continuing to grow and we would love you to have your say.

As you know, we are an app that is powered by football fans – that is every one of you. With strong involvement from our users, we will be able to build a strong and engaged community around all of our featured games.

This week, we have begun to roll-out an update to Android. This now provides you with the ability to join our community forums straight from the app.

How do you join the conversation?

  • Head to the About section on the app and click “Community”
  • Sign up and browse the messageboards
  • Start posting

It’s as easy as that! Some of the benefits of being involved in the forum include:

  • Ability to make suggestions and improvements
  • Get sneak previews of new features
  • Link up with other CrowdScores users

Android update v 3.4.1

The more you talk to us, the more we can build a product that you love to use. So join in the discussion HERE today!