OhmiBRFC Posted November 29, 2010 Share Posted November 29, 2010 After Saturday’s disastrous result this weekend’s game takes on higher importance. Don’t want to talk about it too much though it is still frustrating losing in that manner. The players need to pick themselves up and bounce back with three points. A win will give us 21 points and should see us climb in to the top half of the table. If at the end of the season we are in the top ten – I will be happy. December is a month where we should achieve 12 points. With a fixture list which reads of: Sat 4 15:00 H Wolves Sun 12 13:30 A Bolton Sat 18 15:00 H West Ham Utd Sun 26 15:00 H Stoke City Tue 28 15:00 A WBA I would hope that we get a minimum of twelve points. All the home games are winnable. Bolton and WBA are both tricky matches – but Sam has never been beaten when going back to a team he has managed. Hopefully this run will continue. Our first win of the season came against Wolves last year and they are a team I really expect us to win, anything less than three points will be a disappointment. The away match also yielded a good point and humorous when the Wolves fans thought they had stayed up and did a pitch invasion. Must be something in the water down there as Midlands teams always seem to invade the pitch. Although Wolves staged a gutsy 3-2 fight back at the weekend, they are still second bottom and without a win away from home and have lost four of their previous five games. Ewood was a fortress last season and these are the sort of games we won comfortably. We will have key players back in contention with MGP and Givet being available for selection. MGP has been in an amazing run of form recently and we will need him at the weekend if we have any chance. Chimbonda has shown himself to be a liability on several occasions this season and we will be a better side with Givet at full back. I wanted to do this over the weekend. But I just couldn’t face it after the result on Saturday. I don’t usually predict scores and won’t be changing that. Nothing but a win is good enough though. A good result on Saturday should carry us through nicely in December. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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