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CUP GLORY BECKONS

There's just a week to go before the first trophy of the season is won, with the final of the Dreamteam Cup taking place next weekend, and it's a straight head-to-head clash between Luke Perry All-Stars and Billy's Boots.

At first glance, Luke Perry All-Stars would appear to be the outstanding favourites to lift the trophy and cash whatever money is left in the kitty after all the prize money is given out at the end of the season. But Billy's Boots have refused to lie down and die when faced with superior opposition in the past and have knocked out current leaders Duck Utd and the Sunday Stroolers in previous rounds. It's gonna be a fascinating contest, with a lot depending on how well Liverpool do against Second Division minnows, Wycombe Wanderers.

The other - more successful - Lion of Vienna
Both teams have players competing in both semi-finals, but Billy's Boots seem to have the upper hand by virtue of having four players to Luke Perry All-Stars. However, Simon shouldn't be too downhearted. Although the AV Department can rely on the goal-scoring talents of Liverpool's Dieter Hamann and Emile Heskey, they may come unstuck with their dodgy defence. With Neil Sullivan in goal, anything can happen while Stephan Carr hasn't played for Spurs for quite a while and with Thierry Henry upfront for Luke Perry, Simon will go into the game quietly confident of achieving victory.

Mr. Stoker also has the talents of Steven Gerrard to fall back on in Liverpool's midfield - providing his back holds up ok - and in Silvinho he has a defender capable of scoring goals. But both of these players may not feature and that'll leave poor Simon relying solely on Henry.

Of course, this is the Cup, so anything could happen but we have in prospect a nicely balanced Final that hopefully won't end in a stalemate.

POS TEAM PTS SC
1 DUCK UTD 1214 22 £
2 ST. REATHAM FC 1154 50 £
3 LUKE PERRY ALL-STARS 1134 30 £
4 SUPERSONIC FC 1093 23 £
5 FREAKIN' LAST 1092 61  
6 BILL S PRESTON NORTH END 1061 13  
7 SUNDAY STROOLERS 1045 28  
8 THE PORCELAIN HORSE 997 36  
9 GAZTON VILLA 996 4  
10 TORPEDO BERMONDSEY 987 2  
11 SPAKATAK TOXTETH 983 25  
12 CRUMBS DM 962 19  
13 CRAZYHORSE FC 956 41  
14 SHAMROCK UNITED 951 16  
15 ATHLETICO SALFORD 940 20 £
16 A TASTE OF THE RAJ 929 27  
17 BILLY'S BOOTS 895 13  
18 LION OF VIENNA SLEEPS TONIGHT 900 28  
19 RUSHDEN ANNE DIAMONDS 895 19  
20 MICHAEL BOLTON WANDERERS 893 38  
21 1897 - THE GOLDEN YEAR 887 18  
22 BIRMINGHAM SHITTY 835 13  
23 PATRICK DUFFY THISTLE 744 5  
24 THE LONE RANGERS 739 19  
25 SOFT CENTRES 656 34  
26 VILLA REJECTS 583 19 £