I have my lucky shirt ready for tomorrow, wore it in the hospital when we beat Fulham after the baby arrived and for the last 2 wins. Did not have it on for Luton.. it’s fool proof I tells ya.
eric olthwaite wrote:There’s a lot of pushing mathematical possibilities to extremes here, but still interesting:
Phil LUFC wrote:The battle for 6th is ridiculous, seems no-one wants it.
eric olthwaite wrote:Phil LUFC wrote:The battle for 6th is ridiculous, seems no-one wants it.
I feel fairly sure, for no good reason, that one of those teams 'bubbling under' will make the top six before the season's over - presumably at the expense of Cardiff. But I don't have a clue which one it might be.
Tommy wrote:Actually I posted that to emphasise how much work still needs to be done. Obviously if either Brentford or West Brom drop points it makes it easier but short of the latter's game against Fulham they both have the sort of fixtures left you'd expect them to win.
Given the unpredictable nature of the league I'm still not sure what will happen. I fully expect fatigue and injuries to play a part in the outcome of the last three matches.
Tommy wrote:I didn't actually write it out like previous years but Swansea was the first result that didn't go as I'd anticipated since the restart. I didn't expect a win there.
I've been expecting something like 3-4 points from the above but given that the Swansea result genuinely surprised me, it might well be enough depending on other results.
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