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How to Play the 2014-2015 POM

By: Rob Sedgwick
Date: 16/07/2014 (Last updated: 10/08/2015)

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Playing the POM couldn't be simpler. All you need to do is register.

You will then receive a username and password within three days.

Armed with this username and password you then just have to go to the entry form.

There you simply enter your username and password

Select the match you want to submit your entry for from the drop down menu of games and click on the option that you think will score first for the Mariners (or select none for a 0-0 draw). Remember: you are choosing the first scorer for Town, not the first scorer in the match.

Check your entry over and click on submit. Your entry will then be dispatched. It's a good idea to check that you entry has entered the system straight away on the View POM Entries page.

You can enter POM's for fixtures that are known in advance, so you could, for example, enter POM's for the every game in a month in one go. This season you can change an entry after it has been submitted. This has the obvious advantage that you can wait until you know the team line-ups for any of the games.

You will be allowed to enter up until 5 minutes before the kick-off, but you will have to remember otherwise you score nil points if you forget!

When you enter your POM's is part of your strategy which only you can decide.

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