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    Wigan(away)predictions

    More fouls than shots on or off target by wigan.
    Filthy lot really but will be tough to break down.
    We struggle against weaker teams and this match will be no different.
    1-1 draw

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    They are on a decent "run" too, but I think it may favour us that they've been winning, because it's when teams go for nil-nil that we look bereft of ideas.
    Two-nil to Rovers.
    I assume we will have Nyambe back, but I wonder who the other full-back will be.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AucklandRover View Post
    They are on a decent "run" too, but I think it may favour us that they've been winning, because it's when teams go for nil-nil that we look bereft of ideas.
    Two-nil to Rovers.
    I assume we will have Nyambe back, but I wonder who the other full-back will be.
    Wigan 0 Rovers 2

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    Quote Originally Posted by AucklandRover View Post
    They are on a decent "run" too, but I think it may favour us that they've been winning, because it's when teams go for nil-nil that we look bereft of ideas.
    Two-nil to Rovers.
    I assume we will have Nyambe back, but I wonder who the other full-back will be.
    If Bell isn't ready, we could move Bennett over. I thought he played very well sat. Credit where credit is due.
    We also could bring Rothwell back in, and put Downing back there. Personally I liked the new formation and set up of Sat's side. Downing playing in the middle, Evans used all his experience when JRC was having a bit of a tough time from their winger in the first half. He moved over, covered the young lad, and Joe grew in confidence from there. I like the midfield of Travis, Downing Evans. Downing rarely gives the ball away, and I think he is better inside.

    I must say I was impressed by Brereton. One I feel that will benefit massively from not playing in front of a negative crowd who get on his back. He looked fitter, sharper, hungrier and much more confident. Such a pity we watered the pitch at HT so much. He would've got that much needed first goal. He could be key for us in these final 8 games now.

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    Pie Eaters 1 Phookin Bastids 2

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    I've only seen 20 minutes of highlights, but I also thought Brereton had bulked up a Bit.
    The water thing was ridiculous. Did you see the skid-mark!?

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    Quote Originally Posted by alfinyalcabo View Post
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    I say, Alfred, old chap, I believe you have our name wrong.

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