formula help needed

grahamcar

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Good Evening

I have set up a Football predictor to help raise money for my charity. I have just been entering the points as i go along but now my entries are starting to increase i have been looking into a way of excel doing it for me.

i cant seem to get it right though. I have a tab for every player, tab for the points (which is a two way table. Predition scores at top and actual scores on left with the points in the middle) tab for the games where i enter the actual score on so it goes to all players tabs straight away.

On the player tab i have the set up as follows

game/ home team/ actual score/ away team/ prediction / points

in the points column i need a formula to look up what the player predicted against the actual score to return the points from the table.

Can anyone help?
 

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FDibbins

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Is there really a need for a sheet/player? Excel often works best when all data is kept on 1 sheet, and all summaries etc pull from that 1 sheet
 

grahamcar

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it makes it easier to track and keep other information like how much each player owes and if they pay a little more to save paying each week.
 

grahamcar

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here is a sample from the points table


0 00 10 20 30 40 50 60 71 02 03 04 0
0 0311111111111
0 1131111111111
0 2113111111111
0 3111311111111
0 4111131111111
0 5111113111111
0 6111111311111
0 7111111131111
1 0111111113111
2 0111111111311
3 0111111111131
4 0111111111113

<colgroup><col><col span="12"></colgroup><tbody>
</tbody>

here is a sample from the player tab

Gameactualpredictionpoints
1TOTTENHAM1 001 0
2ARSENAL2 002 0

<colgroup><col><col span="2"><col><col span="2"><col><col></colgroup><tbody>
</tbody>
 
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