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Not sure if this is the best place but thought it might get the most views; quality of attacks for teams in the Premier League.

 

That is interesting, although I find it hard to believe that Spurs create the worst chances in the league... (just millions of them)!!

 

As for today's game, I actually think that a draw will be a decent result, but also fairly likely. I doubt if either team will win by more than one goal.

 

I reckon 1-1.

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Not a regular or big poster but yesterday felt like a watershed moment in some ways, so here I go...   We kept the ball well for long spells in the second half, albeit without opening them up a singl

In my super six I had a 1-0 win to Burnley. :(

 

But woke up this morning feeling strangely confident and changed it to a 2-1 win. :D UTB

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This has got to be one of the least talked about match day threads. I'm hoping to find a stream I can watch on my iPad as I'm at some family Christmas lunch. If anyone knows of any then please post.

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I hope you all had a nice day yesterday. I think we'll see a similar team to the last game but I reckon Stuani (he is fit again isn't he?) will be back in for Fischer and Ramirez will move over to the left. I don't see him favouring Traore in a game like this and he appears to have slipped down the pecking order anyway. Downing came off the bench last week but I don't think he'll start today. We should be expecting something from this game and I'll be disappointed with anything worse than a draw.

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Got to agree with BD am surprised that this has been a "quiet" so far thread as I feel there is real potential for Boro to get an away win or at least a point from the game.

 

These games are very important to Boro the cushion between us and the bottom 3 needs to improve game by game.

 

So to all the 200 plus guests just lurking get signed in and get behind the lads today by posting your thoughts.

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