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Another weekend, another win.

In 2008 that kind of statement was taken for granted, but no more.

Points are now all the more precious as the season, like Mick McCarthy predicted looks set to go down to the wire.

And it's not just Wolves feeling the heat.

The following pack are now feeling decidedly twitchy as the campaign draws to a close.

Wolves may have Birmingham and Reading breathing down their necks, but they themselves are being hunted by Sheffield, Burnley and Cardiff who all see automatic promotion as a definite possibility.

Take nothing for granted, it's going to be edge of the seat stuff for the next six weeks.

Preferably, with no Brad Pitt at the end





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Writer: Stuart Smith Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Monday March 16 2009

Time: 7:37PM

Your Comments

your nearly there now lads just keep that faith and im sure premiership here you go.
bluemooner_mcfc
your nearly there now lads just keep that faith and im sure premiership here you go.
bluemooner_mcfc
Seven games to go. [21 pts] I reckon 15 would definitely give us an automatic place. 12-14 probably. Under 12 probably not!
astraltrader
Seven games to go. [21 pts] I reckon 15 would definitely give us an automatic place. 12-14 probably. Under 12 probably not!
astraltrader
Looking forward to seeing you guys up with the big fellas ...been a long time between drinks
Doody
Looking forward to seeing you guys up with the big fellas ...been a long time between drinks
Doody
C'mon Wolves & from all of us at Pompey we wish you a very 'Good Friday' & trust you'll stuff our neighbours the 'scummers'.
storagematt
C'mon Wolves & from all of us at Pompey we wish you a very 'Good Friday' & trust you'll stuff our neighbours the 'scummers'.
storagematt
Well now the QPR game is behind you I can really say welcome to the Premier League lads I am looking forward to next season.
Doody
Well now the QPR game is behind you I can really say welcome to the Premier League lads I am looking forward to next season.
Doody
 

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