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    Make this a sticky, so dont have to start one every round of fixtures?

    Newcastle at spurs to start with today

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    Can't see any of the bottom three winning.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pamplemousse View Post
    Can't see any of the bottom three winning.
    Palace without Zaha and Cardiff at home.... I wouldn't be surprised if one of them picks up 3 points

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    A draw for Fulham against Palace would be handy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lighthouse View Post
    A draw for Fulham against Palace would be handy.
    Personally would prefer a Palace win. They won't be going down in my opinion.

    Better for Fulham to get as few points as possible.

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    only a matter of time till spurs score, they are all over newcastle like it is the few mins.
    there is nearly 30 mins to go

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dusic View Post
    Personally would prefer a Palace win. They won't be going down in my opinion.

    Better for Fulham to get as few points as possible.
    Palace are level on points with us, I don’t see them as being any safer than we are. The difference is that they are pretty much a 1 man team and if Zaha doesn’t turn up they don’t win. If we hadn’t made about 4 silly mistakes in a row, they wouldn’t have scored against us on Wednesday. They’re the kind of team that can easily lose 6 on the bounce.

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    thank god for that
    Son scores for Spurs

    Went right through their keeper. he has to save that

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    Quote Originally Posted by Batman View Post
    Make this a sticky, so dont have to start one every round of fixtures?

    Newcastle at spurs to start with today
    Each round of fixtures is different, similar to the build up, match and post match threads.

    Thank you Son, keeper error

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    People criticised Saints inability to breakdown Palace on Wednesday but looking at the Spurs Newcastle game you could see exactly the same happening. Newcastle had a bank of 5 and 4 and little room to create. In the end patience won the day.

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    palace winning against fulham!

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    Everton down again, maybe worth an insurance bet on Silva being sacked.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Lord Duckhunter View Post
    Everton down again, maybe worth an insurance bet on Silva being sacked.


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    With the Puel situation, I reckon you could get good odds on Silva being sacked next. Quite why people go so gaga over him is a mystery. His greatest achievement in English Football is NEARLY keeping Hull up.

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    LOL@Silva. Absolute fraud.

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    1 win in 11 games for Brighton.

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    Cardiff winning 1-0. great lol :/

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    Cardiff 1 up already. FFS.

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    Gap goes to 2 points as it stands

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    Quote Originally Posted by Heisenberg View Post
    Gap goes to 2 points as it stands
    But many on here aren't concerned about relegation.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Saints foreva View Post
    But many on here aren't concerned about relegation.
    or the squad

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    Quote Originally Posted by Saint Pete View Post
    Cardiff 1 up already. FFS.
    Absolute peak Bournemouth.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Saints foreva View Post
    But many on here aren't concerned about relegation.
    Impossible for anyone to predict the Ings injury tbf

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    Quote Originally Posted by Heisenberg View Post
    Impossible for anyone to predict the Ings injury tbf
    Absolutely. Nothing in his record to suggest that could happen. Nothing at all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Saint Pete View Post
    Absolutely. Nothing in his record to suggest that could happen. Nothing at all.
    what i didnt get was that a new striker coming in (apparently) hinged on Austin leaving. But didnt we actually SELL Gabbiadini?

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    I wouldn't put it past Bournemouth fans to have cheered the goal tbh.

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    Cardiff 1-0 Bournemouth
    HT

    @OptaJoe: 2014 – Cardiff are winning a Premier League game at half-time for the first time since the final day of the 2013-14 season, when they eventually lost to Chelsea. Unfamiliar. #CARBOU
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    2-0

    Glad we are safe

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    FFS - Cardiff 2 Bmouth 0.

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    Bloody Bournemouth. Terrible couple of hours being a saints fan. Three points was always going to be huge. Can't they practice possession in last five mins? And waste time properly?so unprofessional


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    Clyne having a mare second half. Played the guy onside for goal and now booked after being out sprinted.


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    Niasse looks like a more useful version of Shane Long.

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    Would like Cardiff to stay up, just not at our expense of course. Keep a close eye on Brighton, absolutely plummeting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by saintwbu View Post
    Would like Cardiff to stay up, just not at our expense of course. Keep a close eye on Brighton, absolutely plummeting.
    I wouldn't, getting rid of a Warnock team is great as far as im concerned

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    Quote Originally Posted by saintwbu View Post
    Would like Cardiff to stay up, just not at our expense of course. Keep a close eye on Brighton, absolutely plummeting.
    Brighton now have some favorable games.

    Next 5 in the league

    > Burnley
    > Leicester
    > Huddersfield
    > Palace
    > Saints

    I think they will be OK

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    Quote Originally Posted by Heisenberg View Post
    Brighton now have some favorable games.

    Next 5 in the league

    > Burnley
    > Leicester
    > Huddersfield
    > Palace
    > Saints

    I think they will be OK
    Having thrown away a two goal lead against a **** poor Fulham side, I'm not sure any of those are favourable games other than Huddersfield.

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    Quote Originally Posted by saintwbu View Post
    Having thrown away a two goal lead against a **** poor Fulham side, I'm not sure any of those are favourable games other than Huddersfield.
    Brighton will clearly be fine. They rarely lose at home, and that will keep them
    Up. Comfortably. They only need another 11-12 points from their last 13 games

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    Quote Originally Posted by St Lej View Post
    Brighton will clearly be fine. They rarely lose at home, and that will keep them
    Up. Comfortably. They only need another 11-12 points from their last 13 games
    Well they've got 13 points from their last 15 games, so they may be okay, but they're in some pretty terrible form and were far far away from the bottom three at one point, now not so much.

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    Watching MOTD pretty sure I've just seen three penalties given for handball in one day.
    That's got to be pretty rare in itself but I believe all three made life harder for Saints FFS.

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    That’s some goal, class.


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    West Ham 7/1 seems over generous.

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    Quote Originally Posted by whelk View Post
    West Ham 7/1 seems over generous.
    Liverpool fans ecstatic to see Lallana playing. https://twitter.com/search?q=Lallana&src=tren

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    As always the officials doing their best to help Liverpool. Shocking decision. Way offside.

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    Miles offside

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    Quote Originally Posted by Guan 2.0 View Post
    Liverpool fans ecstatic to see Lallana playing. https://twitter.com/search?q=Lallana&src=tren
    What a fukkin assist by lallana. What a footballer.

    Most technically gifted player since Le Tissier.

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    Quote Originally Posted by simo View Post
    Miles offside
    Well in fairness, the lino was a long way away!!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by DarrenLeTiss View Post
    As always the officials doing their best to help Liverpool. Shocking decision. Way offside.
    Pellegríni will no doubt be a gent about it. Imagine the hysterical reaction if was the other way round.

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    I dislike the Hammers quite a bit, but do hope that they win tonight. I fear it is already lost.

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    Get in Antonio!

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    great free kick that.

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