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Thread: Vs Everton

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    Vs Everton

    Martinez
    Cash Konza Mings Digne
    McGinn Luiz Ramsey
    Buendier Watkins Courtinho

    Not sure if Courtinho is ready to start but what a lovely team Freer.

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    Bang-on Bongo...

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    If Coutinho is fit to start then yep, Sanson if not and Ings instead of Watkins - he'll get loads against bottom half teams with those two behind him.

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    Totally disagree with you Ings conspiracy theory Westy. We play much better as a team when Watkins is up front and down the middle. His work rate is flunominalo. Cant spell it

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    Well that’s looking like a tasty line up.

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    I'm with Westy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bongosdad View Post
    Totally disagree with you Ings conspiracy theory Westy. We play much better as a team when Watkins is up front and down the middle. His work rate is flunominalo. Cant spell it
    Conspiracy theory - what are you on about?! Ings is a better finisher, better first touch, quick thinker and his movement is first class - Watkins' game is more of a target man so he's an outlet against the better side who dominate possession.

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    Have to say on CURRENT form Im not sure I would play either of them if there is a choice, the ball bounces off watkins like a threepenny bit and he has no sense of where to be in and around the box, yes I know he works hard, but if you were buying a striker is that why you would buy one? and Ings has the brain but no pace currently (covid?).. If they dont impove I can see us going the same way as Plop and oilchester and playing without a recognised striker once Coutinho is fully fit, especially if SG can get Bailey and Traore fit and firing.

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    I thought the same OSV, looking at the goals last week, it was very Chelski like, they have played without strikers like City, tricky, silky, skillful strikers who can play it on the floor, touch em, their down for a pen!

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