Todays games

Alkhen

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Got to think both Peterborough and Hull will spend big, could really use Rotherham staying up and Lincoln winning the play offs
That's the worry, I forget Peterborough are fairly well run club so should be in good health. They've had some pretty big transfer fees paid to them in recent years.
 
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Sky Blue Harry H

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One of my favourite posts on any football website was on Owls talk today; a Sheffield Wednesday fan, after they had failed to beat Forest with an insipid performance, followed by Derby then losing and giving Wednesday a reprieve.......'We are like a turd that won't flush'
 

Sky Blue Harry H

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That's the worry, I forget Peterborough are fairly well run club so should be in good health. They've had some pretty big transfer fees paid to them in recent years.
Ground capacity 15k. Be very surprised if they stay up next season. Of those coming up, Hull should have the best chance of any promoted side (slight chance the Mackems might if they can get through the play offs, due to new owner's ££££s, although they'll need to buy a whole new team)
 

wingy

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I did wonder recently if one of the New fans posting from the USA was Macanthony in disguise,popping on for a little trolling Lol.
 

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Quite looking forward to this game,
In all my years following relegation matters, this final set of circumstances is just about the most interesting I've ever seen. I won't go over stuff too much as others may have done that. Amazingly not absolutely in Rotherham's best interests to seek a win. A draw is perhaps their most ideal result. Also there is a case that losing might be better for their overall chances than winning and that would normally be considered as a crazy idea,

Shame for Wycombe they didn't pick up some extra points at the end, they were so close to staying up after all.

After all Rotherham's desperate recent results, they have a very good chance of staying up. That late draw at weekend could be invaluable.
 
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since I typed it they have picked up a little but still look bad against a Luton team that are on the beach.
 

Happy_Martian

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Are Rotherham still tired as they don’t look very good
They'll struggle to get the points they need now. But my question would be how on earth are Luton above us in the table ? Did their manager tell them the ball would explode if it was on the ground too long ?
 

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Luton's 6ft 4 striker is called Elijah Anuoluwapo Oluwaferanmi Oluwatomi Oluwalana Ayomikulehin Adebayo AKA poor man's Dele Adebola.
 

marcusp

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Rotherham closest to a goal. Cleared off the line by the keeper after it hit the post.
would love Rotherham to win this
 

no_loyalty

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Giles is putting in some great crosses tonight.
 

Sky Blue Harry H

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Having watched him tonight, I'd be happy if we can't keep Sam. to have Giles back. He 's put in a number of great attacking crosses and defended well.
 
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