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20210307_051528.thumb.jpg.a1b78d0aa19e053f10b886608aee1cc5.jpgThis is Sky's prediction and suggests we only need another 13 points. Looking at the fixtures remaining I can see why they have Watford down in 4th place. They have by far the worst run in. 

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I haven't looked at runs-in but in their first 23 games Watford were averaging 1.739 points per game (they drew a lot). In the 12 since the average has risen to 2.16 ppg. It is hard to assess, with Swansea having two games in hand, but I still think Watford will finish second (assuming we do not blow up).

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Let’s just concentrate winning games of football , And see where we end up. Let’s not worry about 100 points or more. otbc

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54 minutes ago, Hucks6 said:

Let’s just concentrate winning games of football , And see where we end up. Let’s not worry about 100 points or more. otbc

Why not? This winning all the time is getting a bit tedious .... we need more to crow about.😉 

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Nice to see that Dylan.  Five Thirty Eight have produced a similar table with slightly lower points totals but the gap remains between us and second. A right battle between second and fourth though! If this table forecast proves to be correct then we would need 9 more points. Our 97% probability for promotion (actually expressed as a percentage) is comforting and encouraging to see.

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Have any of them factored in the Referee Assistance for Swansea into their algorithm? Looks like they've been told Swansea must go up.

The Naughton dive became even more bizarre when the ref that gave it officiated us and seemed to have a very high bar for what was considered a foul. Yet only days before he's giving a penalty for a blatant and appalling dive.

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Don't see Swansea finishing 2nd, unless of course refs keep gifting them decisions. 

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13 minutes ago, canarydan23 said:

Have any of them factored in the Referee Assistance for Swansea into their algorithm? Looks like they've been told Swansea must go up.

The Naughton dive became even more bizarre when the ref that gave it officiated us and seemed to have a very high bar for what was considered a foul. Yet only days before he's giving a penalty for a blatant and appalling dive.

Maybe that's why he was so wary of giving decisions in our game, he knows he made an absolute balls up in the Swansea game.

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16 minutes ago, canarydan23 said:

Have any of them factored in the Referee Assistance for Swansea into their algorithm? Looks like they've been told Swansea must go up.

The Naughton dive became even more bizarre when the ref that gave it officiated us and seemed to have a very high bar for what was considered a foul. Yet only days before he's giving a penalty for a blatant and appalling dive.

 

Check this out canary dan!

He agrees with you.

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Given our run in and how we are performing 103 points is disappointing.  Can't see where we lose 6 points in last 11, unless drop points to Watford, Bournemouth at home which seems unlikely given their away form.  Barnsley away might just cost us two points, unhappy with not posting record points haul.  The rest of games just cannon fodder.

Going unbeaten last 11 a probability will see new record for losses in a season.  

Suspension or injury for Emi or losing Pukki may see a review of the above but keep on the pitch and the records there for the taking.

 

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What is needed is some brave keepers Ayew's penalties most straight down the middle, stand up just the once will thwart Ayew instead of diving out of the way.  One yesterday would have really left the Swans in the dumps.

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1 hour ago, sonyc said:

Nice to see that Dylan.  Five Thirty Eight have produced a similar table with slightly lower points totals but the gap remains between us and second. A right battle between second and fourth though! If this table forecast proves to be correct then we would need 9 more points. Our 97% probability for promotion (actually expressed as a percentage) is comforting and encouraging to see.

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538 I think are more in tune with my thinking.

We'll all drop points - some unexpected and Swansea's 'largesse' with the refs cant last!

3rd place will be circa 85 points.

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49 minutes ago, pete said:

What is needed is some brave keepers Ayew's penalties most straight down the middle, stand up just the once will thwart Ayew instead of diving out of the way.  One yesterday would have really left the Swans in the dumps.

With Ayew's dubious stuttering,stop-start method on penalties it seems madness for keepers to start diving before he's even kicked the ball.

IMHO both pens this week would have very likely been saved in the keepers had stood their ground until the ball was actually struck. 

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