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Is this match being streamed like last weekend?

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To go or not to go, that is the question.

 

Well, all I'd say is its a long way to go for what will probably be another defeat.

 

(My prediction of a draw was more in hope than expectation).

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Brighton have got something to play for so they'll be fired up for it. 3-1 Brighton

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Brighton have lost the last 2 so we can win this

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2-1 Brighton I think.

 

I always fancy them as a dark-horse to go up. They have just lost their last two matches though and it depends on how well they respond. Either play a bit nervous due to the pressure of keeping up the playoff push or they come out all guns blazing.

 

Tough one to call. Heart says 1-1, head says 2-1 defeat.

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Teams according to the Echo

 

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Brighton subs: Ankergren, Chicksen, Dunk, David Lopez, LuaLua, March, Rodriguez

 

Boro subs: Steele, Morris, Whitehead, Ledesma, Tomlin, Williams, Main

 

Referee: Graham Scott (Abingdon)

 

Prediction: 2-1 - home win

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Man for man looking at their team they dont really look better than us in my opinion.

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Teams according to the Echo

 

2946275.jpg

 

Brighton subs: Ankergren, Chicksen, Dunk, David Lopez, LuaLua, March, Rodriguez

 

Boro subs: Steele, Morris, Whitehead, Ledesma, Tomlin, Williams, Main

 

Referee: Graham Scott (Abingdon)

 

Prediction: 2-1 - home win

Tomlin starting, AND sitting on the bench? That's some feat. :D

 

 

Good luck tomorrow.

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Teams according to the Echo

 

2946275.jpg

 

Brighton subs: Ankergren, Chicksen, Dunk, David Lopez, LuaLua, March, Rodriguez

 

Boro subs: Steele, Morris, Whitehead, Ledesma, Tomlin, Williams, Main

 

Referee: Graham Scott (Abingdon)

 

Prediction: 2-1 - home win

Tomlin starting, AND sitting on the bench? That's some feat. :D

 

 

Good luck tomorrow.

 

I know he's big but he's not that big

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Put £10 on a 2-1 Boro win. It's gonna have to come in sooner or later :)

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