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Cosmin Iuga2,352 Points
I'm not able to answer this question.
My answer is this:
SELECT * FROM results WHERE id = "Hessle" AND away_score >18;
Sherry Umlah6,571 Points
Howdy! This is another instance where "Hessle" is the value for the away_team :) Your SQL is looking good!
Tommy Gebru30,152 Points
Very close Cosmin, sometimes you have to read the instructions out loud because its pretty easy to overlook a key area - otherwise your code looks good.
Also be sure to use markdown syntax when explaining your code next time for quicker responses!