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    V Millwall

    Maybe time to rest a couple?

    Steer
    Elmo
    Mings
    Jedi
    Taylor

    Hourihane
    Mcginn
    Barnie
    Jack

    Davis
    Adomah

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    Not until were mathematically sure of the play off place I reckon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bongosdad View Post
    Not until were mathematically sure of the play off place I reckon.

    Agree wholeheartedly Bongo we cannot afford to be complacent.

    Millwall have turned into a Villa bogey team with our most recent results against them 1 draw and 3 losses and with the possibly of Millwall facing relegation itís going to be a hard game.

    Anyway I will be in lower Doug Ellis chewing my finger nails. 🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏

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    Elmo/Mings/Jedi/Taylor
    Whelo
    Green/McGinn/Jack/El Ghazi
    Davis

    If Tammy's fit then he starts, don't want us having to get anything from Leeds or Norwich to be sure of the playoffs and surely we want the 9 wins record to be broken.

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    Well Tammy is out and Zebe doutfull, 2 games in 3 days for Whelan? Leeds cocked up against the worst away team in England. I thick they will be worried about us especially when we play them in the final ��

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    Ps upper north for me tomoz but i will give Rosie a wave ��

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    Was sat in the Upper Doug for the Bristol match for the first time, it has taken me years, but I have now watched the boys in every stand in Villa Park, old stadium and new.

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    Me too BB, i think ive sat in every seat including the VIP boxes! So i know what im getting in the upper north, long gone are the days of just families squeeking out cries of Villa. Today its about a ticket any ticket just to get in. The last time i was in there, i saw loads of guys my age who used to frequent the holte end!

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    How many points do we need to secure the play offs?

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    I used to sit behind that chinn bloke in the lower Doug. I've sat in every stand apart from the north stand. Imo the best view is the lower Doug in the top seats. Perfect hight. The upper Doug is ok if your at the front. Personally I think the Holt is overrated.

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    1-0 Get in

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    We looked a bit leggy today but should have won by more!
    10 from 10 get in.
    View from north stand was excellent and good atmosphere.
    Although he scored Koj was out of sorts, needs to sort his hair out. Mings awesome, mcginn lucky not to get booked.
    Bring on Leeds....

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    We can't be caught now for a playoff place is guaranteed

    Bring on the baggies over 2 legs and then Leeds in the final

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    Nows time to rest players I guess but I would like this unbeaten run to continue.
    Great news were in the playoffs. We wouldn't have dreamed of this a few months ago.

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    No ill be the first to admit I was wrong about Bruce. I thought we made a change too soon but the way Dean Smith has turned things around in such a short time has shown that it was completely the right decision.

    Crazy if we make it up to the prem

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    Well my faith was down, bongo picked me up. Fair play he never gave up!
    Im not going to predict but stranger things have happened!

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    Fantastic to break the club record and for the most talented player we've seen for many a year play such a big part in it. The heat played a big part in the tempo of the game and I thought for the most part we looked in control - that haircut though

    The next game poses a dilemma for Deano against a Leeds side that need to win, does he keep the nucleus playing together and try to keep winning but at the same time risk Jack being kicked all over the pitch. Could be accused of a violation if he were to field a weakened side - psychologically it would be good to put one over them in case we get to the final.

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    Isn't there rules about fielding a weaker team?

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    I bet no one wants to be rested, winning breeds winning, its a great habit. We have seen only too well the losing habit. We are doing similar to what Fulham did last year. Leeds are self imploding Derby ship goals and over 2 legs Albion are beatable, they have won 1 draw 1 now Must lose at least one, Its the law of averages.

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    Bong - it depends on the view of what is a weaker side, there's a few that have been knocking on the door and McGinn for one needs a breather to be fresh for the playoffs. Agree with TD though that winning is a habit and DS will want to keep the confidence levels high going into every game. Should we beat Leeds & Norwich then no-one will want to play us.

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