Writer: Crete Wolf
Date:Monday February 7 2011
So this roller coaster of a season continues after a memorable win over Manchester United.
The results this year have been unpredictable to say the least, but what is noticeable is the distinct lack of draws this season?
Now rightly or wrongly I haven't researched how many we drew and won last term, I'll leave that for others to get on with, but I suppose its possible to lose more games this season but counter this fact by winning more rather than drawing them!
Before Saturday night's great and pulsating win it was suggested that six wins would perhaps do the 'business' for us, well its now down to five!
I wish we were playing the top four home and away in those remaining fixtures!
So with draws off the menu its win or bust over the next few weeks, here are my 'big five' win targets:
All the remaining home games have to be top of the list; Blackpool, Spurs, Everton, Fulham, West Brom and finally Blackburn.
That's six games, according to the stats, we can afford to lose one of those and that's without taking in the away games.
There are four derbies amongst those remaining away games; WBA, Villa, Stoke, Blues, traditionally draws?
My prediction? I think looking at the fixtures we will finish on 40 points and hopefully safety.
So in theory it could all go to that last game against Blackburn on Sunday May 22nd.
How many points will be sitting on at 4-00pm on May22nd before we play Blackburn??.
I think 37 and a win on the day will make 40 points. How many do you think?
Lets hope though we are safe by then and we can all look back on last nights great victory with pride!
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Date:Monday February 7 2011
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