REMAINING GAMES.

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Re: REMAINING GAMES.

Postby NottinghamWhite » 12 Jul 2020, 15:04

More tasty fixtures midweek:

Cardiff v Derby
Forest v Swansea
Brentford v Preston
Millwall v Blackburn
WBA v Fulham
Leeds United v Barnsley

After today there’s got to be added pressure on West Brom & Brentford. I can honestly see Fulham beating the Baggies.
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Re: REMAINING GAMES.

Postby Another Northern Soul » 12 Jul 2020, 16:21

NottinghamWhite wrote:More tasty fixtures midweek:

Cardiff v Derby
Forest v Swansea
Brentford v Preston
Millwall v Blackburn
WBA v Fulham
Leeds United v Barnsley

After today there’s got to be added pressure on West Brom & Brentford. I can honestly see Fulham beating the Baggies.


Cardiff will be loving our win today and Derby could be out of it if they lose.

I have a feeling PNE will give Brentford a hard game as they have a whiff of play-offs still. I've watched Brentford's games (after tipping they might well win all the re-start ones) and Charlton gave them a real fright.

And I agree, Phil, Fulham have hit form after we slapped them 3-0 :D

Barnsley have to win to have any chance of staying up, so it's not going to be that easy.
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Re: REMAINING GAMES.

Postby Barlow Boy » 12 Jul 2020, 16:46

Brentford don’t win on Tuesday, and we do on Thursday it’s all over.

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Re: REMAINING GAMES.

Postby Selby White » 12 Jul 2020, 16:58

Barlow Boy wrote:
Beers chilling already :D


The Sparkly stuff is in the fridge, 2 bottles one for promotion and one when we win it.

Bottle of white wine with each win before that, currently on the go. (that's on top of our usual red later).

Beer is for calming the nerves :D

Mrs SW is starting to enjoy Leeds games :lol:
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Re: REMAINING GAMES.

Postby SiMamu » 12 Jul 2020, 17:58

Barlow Boy wrote:Brentford don’t win on Tuesday, and we do on Thursday it’s all over.

Beers chilling already :D

From a personal perspective, I don't want us to secure promotion until the Derby game; I've missed both the Stoke and Swansea games because of work commitments, and will miss Barnsley too; and I don't want to miss that long awaited moment/be getting updates on my phone, rather than watching it at home.
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Re: REMAINING GAMES.

Postby The Squirrel » 12 Jul 2020, 18:08

Scrappy, off their game today. I'll take it. 4 more points boys
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Re: REMAINING GAMES.

Postby Barlow Boy » 12 Jul 2020, 18:40

SiMamu wrote:
Barlow Boy wrote:Brentford don’t win on Tuesday, and we do on Thursday it’s all over.

Beers chilling already :D

From a personal perspective, I don't want us to secure promotion until the Derby game; I've missed both the Stoke and Swansea games because of work commitments, and will miss Barnsley too; and I don't want to miss that long awaited moment/be getting updates on my phone, rather than watching it at home.

To be honest, I would prefer to do it at Derby too. I haven’t missed a home game for 9 years, so would have been there on Thursday without question, but doubt I would have got a ticket for Derby away.
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Re: REMAINING GAMES.

Postby johnh » 12 Jul 2020, 19:09

If we beat Barnsley then that puts pressure on WBA and Brentford. I think a good win against Barnsley with an improvement to our goals difference, will be enough. The rest will drop points.
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Re: REMAINING GAMES.

Postby Selby White » 12 Jul 2020, 19:32

Barlow Boy wrote:
SiMamu wrote:
Barlow Boy wrote:Brentford don’t win on Tuesday, and we do on Thursday it’s all over.

Beers chilling already :D

From a personal perspective, I don't want us to secure promotion until the Derby game; I've missed both the Stoke and Swansea games because of work commitments, and will miss Barnsley too; and I don't want to miss that long awaited moment/be getting updates on my phone, rather than watching it at home.

To be honest, I would prefer to do it at Derby too. I haven’t missed a home game for 9 years, so would have been there on Thursday without question, but doubt I would have got a ticket for Derby away.


Promotion v Barnsley and the title at Derby is what I would like to see.
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Re: REMAINING GAMES.

Postby Mr Russell » 12 Jul 2020, 23:31

Selby White wrote:
Barlow Boy wrote:
SiMamu wrote:
Barlow Boy wrote:Brentford don’t win on Tuesday, and we do on Thursday it’s all over.

Beers chilling already :D

From a personal perspective, I don't want us to secure promotion until the Derby game; I've missed both the Stoke and Swansea games because of work commitments, and will miss Barnsley too; and I don't want to miss that long awaited moment/be getting updates on my phone, rather than watching it at home.

To be honest, I would prefer to do it at Derby too. I haven’t missed a home game for 9 years, so would have been there on Thursday without question, but doubt I would have got a ticket for Derby away.


Promotion v Barnsley and the title at Derby is what I would like to see.


Me too, I dont' want to wait any longer than necessary, i know its a shame for those who attend the games (pre-Covid) normally as they can't be there in person but i want it done and dusted hopefully by the final whistle at home to Barnsley.
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