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A bit of analysis tells us in which part of the table the errors must lie, and this Python program does the rest. It’s a bit messy, but it runs in 71ms.

Solution:The scores in Arnsley’s four games were – Arnsley vs. Boldham: 0 – 2; Arnsley vs. Cleeds: 0 – 0; Arnsley vs. Drochdale: 1 – 0; Arnsley vs. Erby: 1 – 0.The incorrect values are the “won”, “drawn” and “lost” values for Boldham.