Real League Table 2023/24

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Real League Table 2023/24

Post: # 366425Post timbee »

A vital win up in Lancashire with most of the rest of the top half also winning - with the exception of course of Chesterfield who could have tried a bit harder at Bromley. The Ravens are still worse off than us in the form table but like us have points in the bag.

This win didn’t really affect our form record but at least ensured it didn’t get worse. A win against Aldershot will have us going back in the right direction.

The Executive Summary
Potential Champions: Chesterfield, Bromley, Barnet, Solihull, Altrincham, Oldham, Aldershot, Gateshead, Halifax, Rochdale, Wealdstone
Guaranteed Playoff Place: Nobody
Potential Playoff Place:: Everyone
On the beach: Nobody
Safe: Chesterfield

Guaranteed champion: 102 points
Guaranteed Playoff place: 91 points
Guaranteed Top 3: 98
Guaranteed Safety: 74 points
Probable Champion: 86 points
Probable Top 3: 78 points
Probable playoff place: 72 points
Probable safety: 48 points

In the points per game table we are 3rd
In the form table (6 games) we are 15th with 7 points
If we take recent form into account the top seven will be: Chesterfield, Oldham, Atrincham, Solihull, Barnet, Gateshead, Aldershot
And the bottom four will be: Woking, Rochdale, Eastleigh, Oxford

The Table

102 - Guaranteed Champion
101 - Barnet maximum points
100
99
98 - Guaranteed Top 3
97
96
95
94
93
92
91 - Guaranteed Playoff
90
89
88
87
86
85
84
83
82
81 - Chesterfield (+1)
80
79
78 - Probable Top 3
77
76
75
74 - Guaranteed Safety
73
72 - Probable Playoff
71
70
69
68
67
66
65
64
63
62
61 - Bromley (+1)
60
59 - Barnet
58
57
56
55
54
53 - Solihull Moors
52 - Altrincham (-1)
51
50 - Gateshead (-1), Halifax (+2) : Probable Safety
49
48 - Aldershot : Probable Safety
47
46 - Oldham (-1)
45
44 - Hartlepool (+2)
43
42
41 - Dagenham & Redbridge (+2), Rochdale,
40 - Boreham Wood (+2)
39 - Maidenhead (+2), Eastleigh (+1)
38 - Wealdstone(-2), AFC Fylde +1), York (+1)), Dorking (+1)
37
36
35 - Southend (-1), Ebbsfleet (+2)
34 - Woking (+1)
33 - Kidderminster (+1)
32
31 -
30 -
29
28 - Oxford City (2)

Southend - 10 points deducted
Remember that the Guaranteed and Probable totals are done purely on mathematics - no adjustments have been made for who has to play who.
Plus/minus figures show teams who have played more, or fewer, games than the Bees.
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Re: Real League Table 2023/24

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Excellent! I can't wait!
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Re: Real League Table 2023/24

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Updated after our loss at Oldham. Don’t despair!
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Re: Real League Table 2023/24

Post: # 367394Post thebeekeeper »

I love it when you roll this out timbee, great work keeping this updated over the years. Out of interest, is there a way of factoring in a guaranteed and probable top-three finish?
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Re: Real League Table 2023/24

Post: # 367409Post timbee »

thebeekeeper wrote: 24 Jan 2024, 10:44 I love it when you roll this out timbee, great work keeping this updated over the years. Out of interest, is there a way of factoring in a guaranteed and probable top-three finish?
Thanks - and I’ll see what I can do!

Update: Top 3 points now included along with the probable points needed to be champion.
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Re: Real League Table 2023/24

Post: # 367438Post thebeekeeper »

timbee wrote: 24 Jan 2024, 13:21
thebeekeeper wrote: 24 Jan 2024, 10:44 I love it when you roll this out timbee, great work keeping this updated over the years. Out of interest, is there a way of factoring in a guaranteed and probable top-three finish?
Thanks - and I’ll see what I can do!

Update: Top 3 points now included along with the probable points needed to be champion.
Fantastic, much appreciated - that'll be very useful info as we head into the business end of the season!
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Re: Real League Table 2023/24

Post: # 367860Post timbee »

Updated after the weekend and yesterday’s matches. Look out for the full table after this coming weekend.
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Re: Real League Table 2023/24

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And here we go, the full table showing all the gaps and the various targets.
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Re: Real League Table 2023/24

Post: # 368328Post PBBee »

timbee wrote:And here we go, the full table showing all the gaps and the various targets.
The run in is officially here!
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Re: Real League Table 2023/24

Post: # 368340Post ETBee »

I was a bit concerned to notice that by the time we play our next League game on the 17th, Altrincham will have played three more home games, all of which are winnable. That would put them 2 points ahead of us although we'd have one game in hand. We are entering a critical period this season and without three key players or playing convincingly. Hmmm.
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Re: Real League Table 2023/24

Post: # 368341Post wearebees »

The way they're going, Chesterfield might win the league against us! Hopefully it'll be a game or two too early (or even better, late).
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Re: Real League Table 2023/24

Post: # 368401Post jerroll »

ETBee wrote: 06 Feb 2024, 10:53 I was a bit concerned to notice that by the time we play our next League game on the 17th, Altrincham will have played three more home games, all of which are winnable. That would put them 2 points ahead of us although we'd have one game in hand. We are entering a critical period this season and without three key players or playing convincingly. Hmmm.
Alty game rained off so won't go above us by 17th!
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Re: Real League Table 2023/24

Post: # 368405Post rudebwoyben »

jerroll wrote: 06 Feb 2024, 18:56
ETBee wrote: 06 Feb 2024, 10:53 I was a bit concerned to notice that by the time we play our next League game on the 17th, Altrincham will have played three more home games, all of which are winnable. That would put them 2 points ahead of us although we'd have one game in hand. We are entering a critical period this season and without three key players or playing convincingly. Hmmm.
Alty game rained off so won't go above us by 17th!
Let’s hope for a series of postponements due to their pitch being waterlogged leading to a very compressed season finale stymieing their form like in 90/91!
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Post: # 368408Post jerroll »

rudebwoyben wrote: 06 Feb 2024, 19:34
jerroll wrote: 06 Feb 2024, 18:56
ETBee wrote: 06 Feb 2024, 10:53 I was a bit concerned to notice that by the time we play our next League game on the 17th, Altrincham will have played three more home games, all of which are winnable. That would put them 2 points ahead of us although we'd have one game in hand. We are entering a critical period this season and without three key players or playing convincingly. Hmmm.
Alty game rained off so won't go above us by 17th!
Let’s hope for a series of postponements due to their pitch being waterlogged leading to a very compressed season finale stymieing their form like in 90/91!
At least after our episode in early 2020 we have sorted drainage issues and only succome to frost these days. Saturday worries me as Welling have 2 teams playing on that pitch it might be unplayable and we can't afford any postponements as hardly any more dates available should we make trophy semis again.
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Re: Real League Table 2023/24

Post: # 368438Post JWTBee »

The Welling forecast after Thursday doesn't look at all bad! So fingers crossed,especially as I will be attending!
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