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Singapore Prediction League. Sleague 2015

Sleague.Info have started a Singapore Prediction League based on Sleague 2015

The aim of this soccer prediction contest is to improve the participant soccer prediction skills. The best way to learn is to participate. This is your chance to prove that you know all there is to know about Singapore football.

Even if you join midway through the season, do not worry as there is a ranking for top players performance, top players (last 10 matches) and top player (last round).

Do take part in the Singapore Prediction League and be the Best Singapore Football Tipster 2015! Not a member? Register now! It's FREE. View the latest match results and ranking of players.


The S.League is the top professional football (soccer) league in Singapore. Launched in 1996, the league currently involves 10 teams. They are Albirex Niigata FC (Singapore), Balestier Khalsa FC, Brunei DPMM, Courts Young Lions, Geylang United FC, Harimau Muda, Home United FC, Hougang United, Tampines Rovers FC and Warriors FC.

You can know more about S.League here.

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  • Hariss Harun, Stipe Plazibat prepare for Home Utd exits in Singapore Cup

    ESPN FC - Singapore News

    Hariss Harun, Stipe Plazibat prepare for Home Utd exits in Singapore Cup Jason Dasey and Dez Corkhill reflect on Albirex Niigata's campaign after they clinched a second straight S.League title.Hariss Harun and Stipe Plazibat will represent Home United for a final time when the Protectors take on Hougang United in the 2017 Singapore Cup third-place playoff at Jalan Besar Stadium on Saturday.The duo have performed integral roles in a mostly thrilling year for the club. They went all the way to the ASEAN zonal final of the AFC Cup and finished in the top three for the first time since 2013.After some commanding displays for Home in central midfield and defence since coming on loan in March,...

  • Safuwan Baharudin an asset to Pahang says captain Matt Davies

    ESPN FC - Singapore News

    Safuwan Baharudin an asset to Pahang says captain Matt Davies John Wilkinson and Jason Dasey discuss Luciano Figueroa's comeback for JDT as well as Hariss Harun's return from loan.Pahang have welcomed Singapore international defender Safuwan Baharudin to their squad as they look to challenge four-time defending Malaysia Super League (MSL) champions Johor Darul Taz'im (JDT) in 2018.It marks a return to the MSL for Safuwan who spent this year in the Malaysian Premier League with PDRM FA, following last year's relegation."I am very happy that Safuwan has joined us for the 2018 season," Pahang's Australian-born captain Matt Davies told ESPN FC."I've played against him several...

  • Singapore football in mess due to 'appalling' leadership - Steve Darby

    ESPN FC - Singapore News

    Singapore football in mess due to 'appalling' leadership - Steve Darby Jason Dasey and John Wilkinson discuss the new rule that will make S.League sides more youthful and examine the future of the national team.Singapore's Irfan Fandi discusses his preferred position and looks ahead to his side's Asian Cup qualifier against Bahrain.Tampines Rovers and Singapore winger Hafiz Sujad looks ahead to The Lions' Asian Cup qualifier against Bahrain.It is sad to see the perilous state of Singapore football.Forget the FIFA rankings (173rd) as they are not the key issue. More important is the record of the national teams because professional football is a results' game. We've also seen the decline of the S. League in terms of crowds, sponsors and quality of players.Appalling leadership, including a fixation on an ASEAN Super League that was never going to happen, has seen Singapore go from a leader in Southeast Asia to one of the worst in the...

  • Singapore midfielder Hariss Harun to benefit from MSL rule at JDT

    ESPN FC - Singapore News

    Singapore midfielder Hariss Harun to benefit from MSL rule at JDT ESPN FC's Jason Dasey and Dez Corkhill discuss Kelantan's great escape from relegation and prospects for the 2018 season.The Malaysian Super League (MSL) is following Thailand's lead by introducing a squad place for an ASEAN player, in addition to three foreigners and one Asian.After the Football Malaysia LLP (FMLLP) endorsed the change in policy on Sunday, the new rule will come into effect from the 2018 season, and will be in place for at least five years.The previous statute allowed for four foreign players and one from Asia, so the new ruling is very much designed to encourage Malaysian teams to import the...

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