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Just realised I've exactly the same games won/drawn/lost and points as Boro 

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So unpredictable is football at present . I have now put my predicting into the hands/paws of my JR she will tell me by using one bark for a home win and two barks for an away and a growl for a draw.

Here's hoping my season starts improving soon otherwise I may have to sack her and get me a budgie. 😄

So desperate I'll give anything a try.

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Pretty low-scoring week all round. One 5 for Nawoo, lots of 4s and quite a few 3s and 2s.

Definitely a few surprise results. Who'd have predicted Fulham and QPR losing at home, Forest getting their first win at Huddersfield, or Posh beating Brum?

 

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On 9/19/2021 at 12:48 PM, AnglianRed said:

Pretty low-scoring week all round. One 5 for Nawoo, lots of 4s and quite a few 3s and 2s.

Definitely a few surprise results. Who'd have predicted Fulham and QPR losing at home, Forest getting their first win at Huddersfield, or Posh beating Brum?

 

The Championship I believe is the toughest league to predict the outcomes of matches.

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