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Thread: Prediction League - Newcastle United

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    Prediction League - Newcastle United

    After the FA Cup victory, Wolves face a quick turnaround and head to Newcastle. The match at Molineux ended in a 2-2 draw. It doesnít sound like Hwang will make an appearance but his injury will not keep him out as long as Cunha. I donít think a win is in the cards with our injuries piling up.

    Newcastle 2-1 Wolves

    Neto

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    Newcastle 1-1 Wolves

    Sarabia

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    Newcastle 2-2 Wolves (Lemina)

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    Newcastle 0 Wolves 1
    Neto.

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    Newcastle 1 - Wolves 2 (Hwang)

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    Poor today.

    Although we are having a good season so far I think we are starting to struggle (maybe the wrong word) lately. Poor against Sheffield, Brighton (I don't care how good they are, we struggled) and today, poor.

    But hey, if you told me we'd be in the top half with a tiny chance of Europe and a much better chance of another Wembley semi final at the start of Spring....

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    The writing was on the wall for this one. The third game in seven days, with only two days recovery was always going to stretch the small squad. Missing out two best strikers plus Gomez didn't help and loosing Neto and Sa at half time only made matters worse. Wolves had a 15 year old on the bench and Fraser was called on along with Chirewa in the second half.

    There was an element of luck about the first two goals, however the third should have been prevented. While at the other end their keeper was on top form. I still feel bitter about the penalty decision that went their way at Molineux in October.

    The squad will I am sure enjoy a rest for part of this week before Fulham visit us next weekend

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