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Thread: Sheff Wed v Swansea

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    Sheff Wed v Swansea

    Itís not a very good time to play the Owls, as for the first time this season theyíve hit a bit of form under caretaker-manager Neil Thompson, winning their last five home games, the latest a 2-0 win over Wycombe on Tues night which took them out of the bottom three.
    The reverse fixture last November was a tight affair and a 1-1 draw with Tony Pulis in charge. We canít afford to slip up in these types of matches against bottom half sides with Norwich and Brentford pushing strong above us, but Iím sure Cooper is aware that this match is a potential banana skin. Having said that arenít they all in this most competitive of leagues.

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    Well guys that’s the weekends entertainment gone -

    https://www.swanseacity.com/news/she...city-postponed

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    Surely these big grounds have under soil heating, very disappointing.

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    Huddersfield v Wycombe - match on (Huddersfield have undersoil heating)
    Sheff Wed v Swans - postponed frozen pitch (20 miles from Huddersfield)
    Rotherham v QPR - postponed frozen pitch (29 miles from Huddersfield)

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    Unfortunately this is a chance for the two teams above us to pull further away -
    Norwich v Stoke (Sat)
    Brentford v Barnsley (Sun)
    Our next game is against Forest the following Wednesday night at the Liberty, where both those teams play again.
    Coventry v Norwich
    QPR v Brentford
    Last edited by jackaway; 12-02-2021 at 05:53 PM.

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