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    Reading v Swansea


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    Crunch time tonight at 19:30 and a must win match. The last game of the season is upon us.
    All we can do is win at Reading tonight and hope other results go for us.
    Cardiff have to draw or win at home to bottom club Hull, a formality it seems as Hull are in free fall after 5 straight defeats, but we live in hope of an upset.
    Forest are at home to unpredictable Stoke, who beat Brentford last Saturday. Brentford had achieved a fantastic 8 straight wins before going into that match. There would have to be a big swing in goal difference though. Forest would have to lose and Swansea would also need at least a 6 goal swing in terms of goal difference, Forest GD is +11, Swansea GD is +6.
    Whatever the outcome the players have done well to take it down to the final game with us still in with a chance of the play-offs, so well done to them.

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    Its a case of if only as we reflect on points thrown away this season, the most recent of those the Luton 0-1 home defeat and losing the lead twice at Forest in the 2-2 draw.
    All Swans fans will be cheering for Hull and Stoke tonight and hoping for a miracle. COYS!

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    Unbelievable tonight!
    Stoke beat Forest 1-4 away.
    Swans beat Reading 1-4 away
    We leapfrog Forest on goal difference to secure a 6th place play-off place.
    What a night!

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    Watch those goals guys - Brewster, Routledge first, Cullen - all three are candidates for goal of the season.
    What a fantastic night it was, I was literally shaking with the tension at the end, well done lads, and thank you Stoke who were without our ex-players Allen and Clucas.

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    Unbelievable, whod have thought Stoke and us would score four goals each. I went wild at the end.
    Imagine if Wyndham had been in the commentary box last night instead of Kristian, it would have been fun to see his reactions to the goals.

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    So its Brentford at home on Sunday and away next Wednesday. They had 8 straight wins before going down at Stoke last Saturday and home last night to Barnsley.

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