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Payero could nutmeg a mermaid

Hey there, thanks for letting me join. 👍 As @Downsouth mentioned, I run the Cardiff City Forum (I'd like to post the link to our match thread so you guys can see what's being said from our POV b

Bit of positive news Ref our fans 👏👏👏

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I have a horrible feeling Flint will get on the end of a corner today so my prediction is 1-1,

Watmore with the Boro goal,  I would take that today, At least it would keep the run going & hopefully a few of the walking wounded should be back soon. UTB

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If think we can beat their defence with guile rather than strength. Sporar isn't a push over either. Same team to start for me, keep the winning team confidence growing. 

Also while they maybe bigger in defence they may not be as quick as our forwards, that's our advantage, why match them when we can use our advantage over them. 

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26 minutes ago, TeaCider24 said:

I think it's more likely Ikpeazu plays because Sporar isn't fully fit, to be honest.

Ah *** didn't realise Sporar could be out. Opposite kind of player Flint and Morrison are comfortable with

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Obvious time to play Cardiff  due to their well known troubles, my concern is that we will be overly cautious and defensive in our play.

Hope we go for an early goal so as to dictate the pace of the game though I know we are often not capable of that and killing games off

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Also and I know others may not agree but we need to see Tav deliver in all aspects of his play.

Agree totally that he is our playmaker and we are better off with him in the formation but there is so much more to come from him........let today be that day

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1 hour ago, Blanco said:

Game day. Come on BORO. Good to see the Cardiff lads posting on here. Welcome lads 👍

The average is going to take a real battering today Joe probably due to the earlykick off and all the late risers on the forum😐

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