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bazzer9461

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The next four league games, the first two are away and difficult Ipswich ( provided they don’t postpone due to international call ups ) and Wigan, the following two are home against Fleetwood and Rotherham again 2 difficult games. If we can get results against these 4 sayb10 points then I believe the rest of the league will be worried about little old Oxford.
These are winnable games and we shouldn’t be fazed by them. Our performances would have to be a big improvement in our win against Morecambe.
But all are doable.
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One game at a time............
Form, injuries and suspensions can affect us at any time.............
Bristol Rovers at home in the FA Cup could affect all of the above.......!
 

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The next four league games, the first two are away and difficult Ipswich ( provided they don’t postpone due to international call ups ) and Wigan, the following two are home against Fleetwood and Rotherham again 2 difficult games. If we can get results against these 4 sayb10 points then I believe the rest of the league will be worried about little old Oxford.
These are winnable games and we shouldn’t be fazed by them. Our performances would have to be a big improvement in our win against Morecambe.
But all are doable.
C O Y Y

I'm forever optimistic but I'd rip your arm off for 10 points from the next 4!

With Doncaster, MK Dons, Wigan (again), Portsmouth and Wimbledon, and hopefully a FA Cup 2nd round game (or potentially the rearranged Sunderland game), then the next couple of months look interesting.

The benefit of having strength in depth and hitting form will hopefully allow us to get the best out of these games. But can someone please give Matty Taylor an invincibility cloke until January!!
 

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I'm forever optimistic but I'd rip your arm off for 10 points from the next 4!

With Doncaster, MK Dons, Wigan (again), Portsmouth and Wimbledon, and hopefully a FA Cup 2nd round game (or potentially the rearranged Sunderland game), then the next couple of months look interesting.

The benefit of having strength in depth and hitting form will hopefully allow us to get the best out of these games. But can someone please give Matty Taylor an invincibility cloke until January!!
Cloak.
 

bazzer9461

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I'm forever optimistic but I'd rip your arm off for 10 points from the next 4!

With Doncaster, MK Dons, Wigan (again), Portsmouth and Wimbledon, and hopefully a FA Cup 2nd round game (or potentially the rearranged Sunderland game), then the next couple of months look interesting.

The benefit of having strength in depth and hitting form will hopefully allow us to get the best out of these games. But can someone please give Matty Taylor an invincibility cloke until January!!
I would settle for 10 points as well it will show that we are a force but as you say having strength in depth is the key and yesterday it may only have been a 20 min game time I was really impressed with McGuane.
 

bazzer9461

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Jesus 10 points from those 4! You don’t want much, do you!?

I’d be delighted with 8 points from that run and would take 6. Win our home games and draw away and we’ll be doing just fine.
Doable but yes I would take 8 also
 

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I can see us beating Ipswich and drawing with Wigan I think Fleetwood is the tricky one whereas we will beat Rotherham
 

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0 points - KFC sell out.
2 points - doom and gloom.
4 points - meh.
6 points - fine.
8 points - great.
10 points - ecstatic.
12 points - we`re going up as f`ing champions. :)

*odd numbers of points achieved will hover between each even step. 🤷‍♀️
 

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