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3 points for a win and 1 for a draw, 0 for a loss. p is the number of games played in the season so far, w is the amount of games won, d is the amount of games drawn and the rest would have been lost. f is the number of goals scored for that team in the season and a is the amount of goals they have conceded. times together the number of wins by 3, and add to that the number of draws and you have the total points.

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