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Blue tinted optimist
Oct 28, 2003
Cloud cuckoo land
...for us to beat Aldershot on their own ground to practically condemn them to relegation after the floodlight failure last season which many believe cost us promotion?

They are bottom, with Torquay and Barnet above them. They have to play each other. If we win, Aldershot will be 4 points plus some serious goal difference (aside from Wimbledon) from safety with two games to play. They will need to win both of their last games against Dagenham at home and Rotherham away plus hope that at least two of Barnet, Torquay, Wimbledon, York and Plymouth get less than 2 points from their last 2 games in order to stay up.

It's karma people... back the Blues to win, it's written in the stars. Aldershot have it coming.