Wales vs England (Cardiff vs Wolves)

markwwfc1992

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We did them in the 6 nations a couple of weeks ago, now I think we'll do it again.

3-1 Wolves
Afobe Sako and Dicko for Wolves, Wittingham for Cardiff.

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A good win, although we had to clear one off the line in the 94th minute to preserve it. We seem to be on a great run of late, it makes you take notice of how well teams like Brentford and Bournemouth have done considering there both above us still.

Bournemouth away on Tuesday will be a big game.
 

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On a good run, 4 points from the next two games would be a massive success I would argue. I still think we will get found out during our run against the sides above us.
 

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On a good run, 4 points from the next two games would be a massive success I would argue. I still think we will get found out during our run against the sides above us.
Agree with this. We scored for fun against teams way below us. I think we are slightly above where we will finish this season.

I think we might well win Tuesday (and I'll be there) but we'll struggle against Boro, Derby, Ipswich, Forest and Wednesday. Might be lucky to get one point from all of that.
 

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There is a fairly noticeable difference between goals scored/conceded by the teams above us to us. I feel like we are Jarvis Cocker in the common people video.
 

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