Puzzle 23: Football (Letters for digits – 3 teams)
From New Scientist #1074, 20th October 1977 [link]
In the following football puzzle letters have been substituted for digits. The same letters stand for the same digit whenever it appears, and different letters stand for different digits. Three teams — A, B and C — are to play each other once, and the table below gives some information about numbers of matches played, won, lost, etc., after some — or perhaps all — of the matches had been played.
Find the score in each match.