had something to play for going into the final
round of games. So, what was to decide going into
the fifth and final fixture?
A win would guarantee them as Group A winners.
A draw would be enough if JNJ Global Services
failed to win. If JNJ Global Services and Kehar
Club both failed to win then a defeat would be
good enough as long as El Studs did not lose by
5 goals. However, a defeat and wins for both JNJ
Global Services and Kehar Club with a goal difference
swing of 5 goals would mean that El Studs miss
out on the Cup and slip to 3rd .
Global Services (Cze): A win
would guarantee a place in the Cup as Group A
winners as they would leapfrog El Studs. A draw
would guarantee second in the group and a defeat
would mean progressing to the Plate. They could
afford to lose and still reach the Cup as long
as Kehar Club failed to win and DHL Prague Red
did not win with a goal difference swing of more
than 4 goals.
Club (Cze): They
would reach the Cup in 2nd place if they won and
JNJ Global Services lost to El Studs. If JNJ Global
Services drew then Kehar Club would need to win
by at least two to progress. If they lost a place
in the Plate was already assured.
Prague Red (Cze):
Could make 2nd place if Kehar Club and JNJ Global
Services both lost and there was a 4 goal swing
between them and JNJ Global Services in goal difference.
However, a defeat to Harp Chancers by 7 goals
would mean they crash out of the tournament. Anything
else and a place in the Plate was theirs.
Simple equation – beat DHL Prague Red by 7 goals
to make the Plate.
Park Old Boys (Eng):
Beat Kehar Club and hope Harp Chancers lose to
DHL Prague Red to jump into 5 th place.