Millwall v Wigan (01/03/16)

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Whats everyone's thoughts on this one?

Both are two of the in form teams in the league, Wigan looking to pass Burton and Millwall looking to cement their place in the playoffs and maybe make a late charge for 2nd.

I think it will be tough for us being a Tuesday night with small following as cub are showing game live at stadium on big screen, but I'm positive as of late with recent performances and I'm going for a 1-2 away win.
 

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Whats everyone's thoughts on this one?

Both are two of the in form teams in the league, Wigan looking to pass Burton and Millwall looking to cement their place in the playoffs and maybe make a late charge for 2nd.

I think it will be tough for us being a Tuesday night with small following as cub are showing game live at stadium on big screen, but I'm positive as of late with recent performances and I'm going for a 1-2 away win.
another win simple as that :2thumb:
 

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Wigan win would be better for us. They should win as well with the amount of investment they've made to their squad.
 

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We'll probably get a pasting, but you never know.
We're due a good old night at the Den, a performance akin to blowing Charlton away in 2010. will it be Tuesday or v Burton is the question.
 

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Have an absolutely shocking league record against Millwall, only ever seemingly done well in cups or play offs. In the league we're long overdue a win, played 5 times over the past 3 years and lost 3 and drew two. Safe to say Millwall are a bogey side of ours, I'd hope we'd win given our form but given our record I'd be happy to claim a point.
 

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We're due a good old night at the Den, a performance akin to blowing Charlton away in 2010. will it be Tuesday or v Burton is the question.

No Christian Dailly for Wigan tonight.
 

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get at them early play like the home team theirs only one winner...we have to much going forward
 

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get at them early play like the home team theirs only one winner...we have to much going forward
Possibly, although our away form is miles better than our home form.
Be interesting to see how the two teams compare as our team is not dissimilar to the one that beat you comfortably at the Den last season, whilst Wigan have changed virtually every single player.
 

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How the fuck have we not won that? Comically poor finishing. Aside from a ten minute spell, ironically right after the red card, we completely dominated. It's what keeps us from being serious top-two challengers.
 

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was a shocker decision for the second yellow ruined game a slight tug on a shirt he makes a meal of it does not warrant a second yellow to get a player sent off...i will take that point
 

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was a shocker decision for the second yellow ruined game a slight tug on a shirt he makes a meal of it does not warrant a second yellow to get a player sent off...i will take that point

We were the better side before the red and it the decision wasn't even close to contentious. It was a clear yellow.
 

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We were the better side before the red and it the decision wasn't even close to contentious. It was a clear yellow.
got to admit we were poor from the start..that second yellow was soft you get a warning there a word in the ear its just a typical bottle job ref scared of the den...but i will defo take that 13 unbeaten!
 

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got to admit we were poor from the start..that second yellow was soft you get a warning there a word in the ear its just a typical bottle job ref scared of the den...but i will defo take that 13 unbeaten!

I understand the 'soft' thought, but those sort of tug backs when someone is getting away from a player are a pretty automatic yellow card. Compared to some fouls that get the same punishment it looks harsh, but was in fact just a silly decision (on the halfway line) by the player, who seems to make a habit of such things.
 

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