Monday, October 24, 2011

Updated UFL Cup standings

 (Please note that this is not the official standings. All I did was update the standings in the UFL Page, which shows all games until Oct. 22 and update it with the results on Oct. 23.)


Group A         GP     W     D     L     GF   GA     GD     Pts
Nomads         3         3      0     0     13     0      13        9*
Lions FC       2         1      0     1      4      2        2         3
Union             2        0      0     2      0      4        -6         0
Baguio FC     1        0      0     1       0      9       -9         0
Oct 29 Lions vs. Baguio
Oct. 30 Union vs. Baguio


Group B              GP     W     D     L     GF     GA     GD     Pts
Loyola                 2        2     0     0       22     1      21         6
Agila FC              2        1     0     1        6       3      3          3
Socceroo            2        1     0     1        3     16     -13        3
Internacionale     2         0     0     2       1     12     -11        0
Oct. 25 Socceroo vs. Internacional
Oct. 27 Loyola vs. Agila

Group C           GP     W     D     L     GF     GA     GD     Pts
Stallions FC     3          2     0     1     11      4         7       6*
Global FC         3         1     1     1      7        5         2      4
Pachanga FC   2         1     1     0      4         2         2     4
Queen City FC  2        0     0     2       0       11       -11     0
Oct. 29 Cebu vs. Pachanga

Group D            GP     W     D     L     GF     GA     GD     Pts
Kaya                 3        3     0       0     14     3     11         9*
Diliman              3        2     0     1       18     4     14        6*

ABC                    3      0     1     2        2     14     -12       1
Schwarz FC        3       0     1     2        2     15     -13      1


Group E           GP     W     D     L     GF     GA     GD     Pts
PAF                 2         2     0     0     10         3       7      6*
PNAVY              2        1     0     1     11        6      5      3
Laos FC           2         1     0     1     6          4      2      3
All-Japan FC     2         0     0     2     0        14     -14     0
Oct. 25    Laos vs. P Navy
Oct. 27 PAF vs. Japan

Group F            GP     W     D     L     GF     GA     GD     Pts
Archers              2       2     0       0     11     0        11     6*
Pasargad FC     2       1     0        1     3       4        -1     3
Forza FC           3        1     0       2     6        11     -5     3
Dolphins            3         1     0       2     4        9       -5     3
Oct. 29 Green Archers vs. Pasargad


Group G             GP     W     D     L     GF     GA     GD     Pts
P Army FC            3     3     0       0     24       0      24        9*
Sunken Garden     2     1     0        1     3       10      -7       3
Garuda FC PH       2     0     0       2     1        14     -13     0
Manhur FC             1     0     0       1     0         4       -4      0
Oct. 26 Garuda vs. Manhur
Oct. 30 S Garden vs. Manhur

*Qualified to knockout stage

Just a few notes, to quality to the next stage as one of the top two teams, Global FC must hope Cebu Queen City beats Pachanga. A draw will see Pachanga through on five points.

But if Pachanga wins, at four points, Global would be the best third ranked team for now and only needs to watch out for the result of Laos FC vs. Philippine Navy.

Global would still be best third-ranked team if the game ends in a win, but if the two draw the match, they will all have four points and Navy has the advantage at plus five in goal difference, while Laos shares the same goal difference with Global but trails by one in total goals scored.

Another potential wild card or even outright qualifier is Manhur, which lost to Army, 4-0, but has two games at hand against two teams that got routed by Army--Garuda, (11-0) and Sunken Garden (9-0).


Update (Oct. 25) 
In Group B, if Socceroo beats Internacional, they will make it as No. 2 qualifier. Agila has to beat Loyola to make No. 2, with Loyola as No. 1.
 

If Socceroo wins on Oct. 25, to get wild card, and make make the KO stage, Agila has to hold Loyola to a draw on Oct 27.
If there are errors, feel free to note them. Thanks

11 comments:

Migs said...

Nomads GD should be at 13 not 9. :)

Migs said...

Nomads' GD should be 13 not 9. :)

Mike said...

Thanks Migs,
Corrected it

ceburoo said...

Thanks for the update Mike. Yes we are teetering on the edge of the precipice Frustrating when your destiny is in someone else's kick. Oh well that's what makes it the beautiful game I suppose.

ceburoo said...

thanks for the update Mike. Yep we are teetering on the edge of the precipice. Frustrating when your destiny is out of your own hands. Oh well i suppose thats what makes it the beautiful unpredictable game

Arielle said...

Go ARMY!!!

Anonymous said...

you did not mentioned Soccerro and Agila. Both with 3 pts.

Mike said...

In Group B, if Socceroo beats Internacional, they will make it as No. 2 qualifier. Agila has to beat Loyola to make No. 2, with Loyola as No. 1.

To get wild card, and make make the KO stage, Agila has to hold Loyola to a draw.

ceburoo said...

Mike, is it true that Loyola and Agila are sister teams like Laos and Global. Ironic that they are playing in the last game of the bracket stage. Will keep my fingers crossed that Loyola play somewhere to their potential during that game. Possibly in the future when sister teams are bracketed together they should play each other in the first game of the bracket stage.

Mike said...

That's interesting mate. Didn't know that. Agila beat Internacional, 5-1,
but lost to the Socceroos, 2-1. The Socceroos, of course, lost to Loyola, 15-1.

At 3 points, Agila can get in if they beat Loyola. I think Socceroos can beat Internacional by a wide margin, but can Agila beat Loyola? If they do, wouldn't that raise questons?

Will you be watching the Laos vs. Philippine Navy match?

ceburoo said...

yes I did watch the Laos v navy game last night. I died a thousand deaths as Laos had several scoring chances in the final minutes to snatch a draw even after Navy leading 1-0 at the time missed a penalty earlier that was retaken after a navy player encroached into the penalty area before the ball was kicked and Navy scored. The resultant retake was well saved by the Laos goalie.
Mike with regards to the Loyola v Agila game this weekend In respect to a post I made yesterday I must apologize. I said that the game of Loyola and Agila should have been played as the first game not the last in that bracket. It actually was scheduled as the first game but due to the rain cancellation it was rescheduled and became the last game. So to the UFL my apologies for that blunder on my behalf.