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I'm more confident after watching Celtic yesterday, they were very ordinary against a poor Dundee Utd side, and Petrov has rejected another contract offer(and probably got dropped for it). I'm sure they will bring him back for a big game but lets hope moral has been damaged.
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What happens if it's a draw after extra-time? Do Graeme and O'Neill have a punch-up in the centre-circle and the one who remains standing takes his team through to the next round?

:razz:

It's too close to call, it really is. Rovers to win 3-0 in normal time - Cole hat-trick - one on his left foot, one on his right-foot, one to ricochet off his nose.

:rover:

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I can't help the feeling we missed out at Celtic Park after playing so well. O'Neill will have learnt his lessons from that game and adjust his tactics accordingly.

Celtic to go 2-0 up midway through second half with our powder-puff attack scoring a late consolation goal near the end.

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I can't help the feeling we missed out at Celtic Park after playing so well. O'Neill will have learnt his lessons from that game and adjust his tactics accordingly.

Celtic to go 2-0 up midway through second half with our powder-puff attack scoring a late consolation goal near the end.

As much as I hope for a win to knock them out, I really believe that O'Neill will have learned a sharp lesson from the 'first half', and will be better prepared for Ewood.

Hartson etc have a lot to prove to their club and will be desperate to impress, and we have no forwards whatsoever.

Agreement there then.

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Duffer to turn on the magic setting up Andy Cole for a brace and then just to seal it a late pile driver from "Tugay You are my Turkish Delight nananananana"

3-0 thankyou very much, trip to Italy in two weeks time to hammer Parma in't next round!

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Well, I'd probably be pessmistic and go for Celtic to win on away goals - If it wasn't for a curious dream I had a few nights ago, when I dreamt that we won the tie 2-0 at Ewood, winning 2-1 on aggregate.

The 2 Rovers goals we scored, I pictured vividly as I slept.

I could 'see' not only the goals being scored, but also the reaction of the crowd as well.

It was a  pleasant dream - Nearly as nice as the one I had a while back - When I dreamt about cuddling up to Rosie! :D

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Rovers to win by TWO clear goals be it 2-0 or 3-1.

I believe it is crucial we score first, should Celtic score leaving us to hit 3 in reply I'm not sure we are currently enjoying the luck we need to achieve that.

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