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dannypav

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Keeping this as simple as possible , just looked at it being a race between MILLWALL , BRISTOL ROVERS and SUFC for one play off place.

MILLWALL 67 POINTS ( GD : 9 )
SUFC 66 POINTS ( GD : 14 )
BRISTOL R 63 POINTS ( GD : 2 )

If we can draw both away games and win both at home ( so 8 points from 12 ) we finish on 74 POINTS and an improved GD.

I think MILLWALL will win both their home games ( Northampton and Oxford ) but lose both away ( Fleetwood and Bristol ROVERS ) , so giving them 73 POINTS.

BRISTOL ROVERS are very much in this.
I think they will do the same as us , draw both away games at Gillingham and Peterborough and win both at home against Oldham and Millwall , giving them 71 POINTS.

Obviously all those 12 games will not go as planned , but im just on my lunch break , eating a chicken sandwich , so thought I would pass the time ........
 
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