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This program uses the

Football()helper class from theenigma.pylibrary. It’s not particularly fast (it runs in 1.56s), but it is quite short. (This is helped by the fact that we don’t have to consider possible match outcomes for the A vs F match, as it always turns out to be unplayed).Solution:The scores in the played matches are: A vs B = 1-1; A vs E = 0-2; B vs C = 2-3; B vs D = 0-0; B vs E = 1-0; B vs F = 1-1; D vs F = 6-0. The following matches are not yet played: A vs C; A vs D; A vs F; C vs D; C vs E; C vs F; D vs E; E vs F.Here is the complete table:

I can’t pretend to be sorry to see the last of that run of football puzzles: an average of about one a month for fifteen months from March 1985. They must have been scraping the bottom of the barrel — or did the editor really imagine we enjoy such puzzles?? : Not very imaginative, are they?