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  1. City v Palace ... the lead up to cup clash..

    Zaha and Sakho will be available, Sakho hadn't started until yesterday and Zaha still isn't fit currently. If they both play, which they may not, I suspect it'll be a very tough game. It probably makes sense for Hodgson to play a slightly weakened team, as they really need to focus on PL survival and get all the points they can. Difficult game, but certainly winnable. When was the last year we got to the QF of the league cup or FA Cup?
  2. Next 5 League Games

    Bolton (H) - Win Ipswich (A) - Draw Burton (H) - Win Leeds (H) - Loss Sunderland (A) - Draw I make it 8 points. Thought I could see us slipping up against one of Bolton or Burton, I'm not convinced quite with our ability to break teams down who only come here to defend.
  3. Really good point from a difficult place to go. 9 unbeaten in all competitions now. Important to win the Bolton match on Tuesday.
  4. Definitely, as that would be part of a 9-game unbeaten streak.
  5. Saturday betting thread - who's losing with me?

    Gone with a very ambitious 100/1... Fortuna Koln (2nd) to beat Lotte (18th) @2.1 Queen's Part v Ayr - Over 2.5 goals @1.61 West Ham v Spurs - Tottenham win & BTTS @3.2 Ross County v Hibbs - Hibbs to win & BTTS @3.6 Fleetwood (8th) to beat Southend (17th) @2.5 Can't say I'm overly optimistic but it's just fun.
  6. SO WHO'S THE WEAK LINK?

    He has played midfield in the Champion's League, of course he has the ability to play it in the Championship. The playing style, potentially not.
  7. SO WHO'S THE WEAK LINK?

    For me, the 2 players in particular we need are a backup RB (even on loan, maybe someone like Walkers-Peters from Tottenham if available) so we can loan Vyner out, as @hodge suggested. That and a real playmaker in the midfield. Overall though yes, our squad appears the strongest all-round it has been in years.
  8. Palace at Home

    Most winnable Premier League tie we could've gotten, at home, and a great chance to make it to the quarter final(!) of the League Cup. I'm not disappointed at all, but would've liked a bigger team.
  9. Who Do We Want Next?

    Chelsea or United at home would be excellent, surely a sellout for the first time?
  10. When to accept your 5m striker is misfiring?

    It's almost as if patience is sometimes rewarded in football! And we as a club are certainly feeling the virtues of patience right now.
  11. Sounds a decent start from us. Can't let Adam have too many chances though. COYR!
  12. New Goal GIFs!

    Agreed - this was, in my opinion, one of the perks of having Abraham here. He (and thus we) seemed to be in the news every week.
  13. Loan watch.

    McCoulsky scores in a behind-closed-doors friendly for Newport against Forest Green.
  14. Apologies if it's been asked already, but is there any way to watch the game at home? To actually contribute to the thread, the fact that Hughes appears to be taking this seriously means I'd be surprised to get a win here. I suppose they will play Jese, Choupo-Moting etc. which may mean a struggle for our defence. I'm going for a 1-2 loss unfortunately.
  15. When to accept your 5m striker is misfiring?

    Winning 2-1 when he comes on, wins the FK for the 3rd and scores the 4th. Not bad.
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