www.stoketshirts.co.uk Beat The Manager 2010/11 - Week Twelve Review
By Dan Buxton
Updated Friday, 12th November 2010
How the Potters win over Sunderland affected the standings
The Potters were on the right end of a five goal thriller as a late Dean Whitehead winner brought them three much needed points as take them away from the bottom three.
After finding goals hard to come by this season, this score came as a suprise, with nobody predicting a 3-2 Stoke win, although 21 of the 24 predictions were for a Potters victory.
The top 3 stayed the same with table toppers Hillside Shamblers becoming the first side through 100 points.
TheBritanniaBombSquad moved above Remywho into fourth place with the onluy other mover in the top 20 being Buxtons picks who rose above LottaContinua into 11th position.