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We are unbeaten in 7 matches after our dodgy patch losing 2 consecutive games after losing our form/momentum due to the Sutton fiasco !
My main concern is can we break the after international break hoodoo as we always seem to be lethargic when returning back to the domestic campaign. Also hope the Pontus situation is resolved if there is a problem of course !
gessa wrote:I've had a feeling for a while we'll get something at Newcastle.
Yes Newcastle are vulnerable at home winning 11, losing 5 & drawing 2 of their 18 games, so not convincing on their own patch
I have no doubt Monk will have a game plan to frustrate the magpies
We'll get three points from the Preston game and draw the other three.
I'm with Gessa: 6 points, meaning we'll still be in the playoffs with only four games to play.
We always seem to have a hard game against Brentford - 1 point
Simon has a 1-4 defeat to avenge and no pressure - 1 point
I think we'll actually beat Newcastle of the permanently puckered posterior at their house - 3 pts
So- likely 6 pts possibly 8
Thing to remember is that these are supposed to be the difficult, high-pressure games.
Look at the 4 after that and spot the banana skins.
1964white wrote:5 to 8 points seems to be the general concensus so far
6 from these 4 games and another 6 from the following 4 would give us 81 points, surely that would be enough for the play offs, Sheff Wed play Fulham last game so both clubs can't achieve maximum points from their remaining games,so we need another 15 points to guarantee a spot, so 9-10 points is realistically enough to get there, 6 from the next 4 games would be enough, 8 would be excellent.
mav wrote:Life is too short to be negative about sport for me!
spoken like a true JAX fan
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