After all of the transfers in and out of the Premier League yesterday, the Beat The Manager prediction game is open again — this time for Gameweek 25.
We’re awaiting to find out who won Beat The Manager for gameweeks 18 and 24, so we’ll let you know as soon as we update the leaderboard.
If you haven’t played Beat The Manager before, start today. A new iPad Mini will be awarded after Gameweek 30. It’s free to play. You get to pick the team that you think your manager should select. You also get to select the side that you think your manager will pick. And you get a chance to predict the final score for your chance to amass the points. If you haven’t played before, be sure to register first.
Play Beat The Manager today! The deadline to get your entries in is Saturday at 6:30am ET.
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