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well final home game,very intresting game this could be

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QPR ?

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Think it's safe to say we're only playing to stop brizzie getting to playoffs. Hopefully a good couple of games to finish off the season then see what the summer brings

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Cmon you Owls

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1 hour ago, Jen17 said:

QPR ?

Hes not noticed that🤔

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Bristol to turn up like educated scholars at a local working men's club

 

0 - 0 on 90 minutes

 

Then Bristol to score on the 95th and 97th minutes

 

So a 2 - 0 defeat and in effect ending all playoff hopes

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12 hours ago, rogets said:

Bristol to turn up like educated scholars at a local working men's club

 

0 - 0 on 90 minutes

 

Then Bristol to score on the 95th and 97th minutes

 

So a 2 - 0 defeat and in effect ending all playoff hopes

 Mad as a hatter.🎩

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Posted (edited)
12 hours ago, rogets said:

Bristol to turn up like educated scholars at a local working men's club

 

0 - 0 on 90 minutes

 

Then Bristol to score on the 95th and 97th minutes

 

So a 2 - 0 defeat and in effect ending all playoff hopes

 
 

If anyone from the west country city reads that they will tell you that they have two professional football league clubs (as does Sheffield) and like to be referred to with the suffix  City or Rovers, also Nottingham Forest don't like  Notts in their name prefix. Used to get on my wick when I worked in the Chesterfield area and the Owls were mentioned as : the Wensdys. Pedant rave over, Happy Easter.

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16 minutes ago, St Petre said:

If anyone from the west country city reads that they will tell you that they have two professional football league clubs (as does Sheffield) and like to be referred to with the suffix  City or Rovers, also Nottingham Forest don't like  Notts in their name prefix. Used to get on my wick when I worked in the Chesterfield area and the Owls were mentioned as : the Wensdys. Pedant rave over, Happy Easter.

 My nephew, the landlord of the Royal Oak in Chesterfield says "Happy Easter to you too, ma duck". :wave:

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Has the makings of a free flowing, high scoring game this. But only if both teams are able to shake off the aches and pains of playing a few days ago.

 

Bristol like to play high up the pitch and it seems Brucey is trying to get wednesday playing in a similar manner. Both teams will blossom on the counter and it could be a pretty open game.

 

4.5 goals and over might even be a decent punt.

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12 hours ago, cmonkes said:

Has the makings of a free flowing, high scoring game this. But only if both teams are able to shake off the aches and pains of playing a few days ago.

 

Bristol like to play high up the pitch and it seems Brucey is trying to get wednesday playing in a similar manner. Both teams will blossom on the counter and it could be a pretty open game.

 

4.5 goals and over might even be a decent punt.

MMMMMM you could be right, may be worth a punt on BTTS and a Wednesday win at 3-1

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I'd love to see Kieran Lee get a run out. 30 minutes would do.

 

I think our more fluid approach is coming on nicely and I expect to win this 3-0 or 3-1.

 

Hope that's ok for ya Mooks?

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