Tuesday 24th Nov Fixtures

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Almost 24 hours to go until tomorrow's games so worth getting this going! Fixtures as follows with all of them kicking off at 7pm:

Barrow v Oldham Athletic
Cheltenham Town v Cambridge United
Crawley Town v Grimsby Town
Exeter City v Colchester United
Leyton Orient v Bradford City
Mansfield Town v Harrogate Town
Newport County v Walsall
Salford City v Morecambe
Scunthorpe United v Bolton Wanderers
Southend United v Forest Green Rovers (No idea if this is going ahead after what happened last weekend)
Stevenage v Port Vale
Tranmere Rovers v Carlisle United

Some good games there. Cheltenham v Cambridge the standout for me but our game at home to Carlisle should be a decent game too!
 

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Barrow v Oldham should be interesting - i'm thinking we will make 3 or 4 changes from the FGR game as we play Wimbledon in the FA Cup on Thursday aswell.
Josh Kay will come back into the team after suspension and former Oldham player Chris Taylor will probably start in place of Jason Taylor who may struggle if he play 3 games in 5 days,
 

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Stevenage 1-0 Port Vale (Luke Prosser 90+6)
 

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Stevenage 1-0 Port Vale (Luke Prosser 90+6)

Shaun Brisley sent off 62’

possession

Stevenage 38 Port Vale 62

shots

Stevenage 1 Port Vale 87

On target

Stevenage 1 Port Vale 3

on a serious note this is huge and a must win really to stop the rot, confidence must be low after the manner of the four defeats we’ve had.

Injuries mounting, Conlon and Amoo set to miss it, Pope isolating, Legge and Joyce banned, McKirdy invisible to Askeys naked eye, Whitehead injured.

Not sure on this one!
 
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Could be an interesting game at Tranmere... a sort of master v pupil encounter, but I think Beech has gone in an very different direction to that of his old boss... to be fair Hill won't have had much effect on how Tranmere play by Tuesday. Also notice that the two teams beaten by these two at the weekend, Crawley and Grimsby meet.
 

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Scunthorpe 1 (Eisa) - 3 Bolton (Doyle x 2, Sarcevic - Pen)
 

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I can't seem to get confident for any of our games, despite the fact we're second in the league.

That being said, tomorrow night should be a barnstormer. Given how well Cambridge have played so far this season, I'll probably take a draw.
 

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Orient away. We’ve got loads of injuries so it'll be a pretty weak side tomorrow, although with everyone fit, we're still crap.

Loss.
 

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Orient away. We’ve got loads of injuries so it'll be a pretty weak side tomorrow, although with everyone fit, we're still crap.

Loss.
Drop the EFL an email, they’ll let you call it off.
 

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Tranmere away is a tough tough game. A few weeks ago I was looking getting through the 4 games against Exeter, Newport, Cheltenham and Crawley with a half decent points return, then kicking on against Tranmere.
But the way Tranmere have been playing, this is as tough if not tougher than those games I mentioned. Add to that the fact teams nearly always win their first home game for their new manager. Plus it’s Keith Hill against his former assistant.

I think this could be a really good game. 2 teams that should be full of confidence off the back of convincing wins and great performances.

We should be looking at no less than 3 points after Saturday’s performance at Crawley, but I would take a point as a good result.
 

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Bradford at home, will be wondering if we rotate one or two. Would expect an unchanged side from Saturday where we unexpectly surrendered possession for large spells on Saturday and played on the counter attack for most of the game, which played in our favour.
 

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When you’re on terrible form with fans slowly turning on the club, the last thing you want to see is fucking Crawley away on a Tuesday night
 

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Southend away, apparently we are intending to field a team...hopefully they can too!
 

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Rovers v Carlisle is a hard one to call. Both teams in reasonable form now, but the Cumbrians made a better start to the season. Beech having worked under Hill will be in a stronger position to know how his senior colleague operates and what might throw him. It will be interesting to see if there are any mind games or will Hill stick with the 4 diamond 2 formation that's turned our fortunes around under Dawes/Parky? The one that Ian Holloway's scout missed! Hopefully a winning start for our new manager, would settle for a point, but it wouldn't be a total surprise if the visitors take the spoils.
 

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Rovers v Carlisle is a hard one to call. Both teams in reasonable form now, but the Cumbrians made a better start to the season. Beech having worked under Hill will be in a stronger position to know how his senior colleague operates and what might throw him. It will be interesting to see if there are any mind games or will Hill stick with the 4 diamond 2 formation that's turned our fortunes around under Dawes/Parky? The one that Ian Holloway's scout missed! Hopefully a winning start for our new manager, would settle for a point, but it wouldn't be a total surprise if the visitors take the spoils.

Well if it ain’t broken, don’t fix it! Beech may well be able to second guess Hill. If I was Hill I’d leave the dressing room well alone for this one.
 

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Scunthorpe not having this as the banker most expect. Expect Evatt to make two changes Tutte struggles to play 2 games a week and delfounsoa is carrying a back injury. Comley or White to deputise for Tutte would be a big loss as they are both shite. Isgrove or milller for fonz is the obvious choice.
Good squad now decent players not making the 18, yet Evatt still puts Billy the Fish, Comley and white in the 18

Somebody should tell you that Billy the Fish was a quality keeper, so this nickname that you roll our in every post doesn't make sense.
 

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Newport away loss is a banker and more pressure on Clarke most fans want him out now.
 

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Our woeful form and results will no doubt continue in East London tonight. 7 players missing through injury doesn't fill me with any optimism that we might nick a point.

Its going to be a bleak winter for Bantams fans I'm afraid
 

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Well if it ain’t broken, don’t fix it! Beech may well be able to second guess Hill. If I was Hill I’d leave the dressing room well alone for this one.

Imagine it’ll be just that. The videos from training seemed to indicate Hill looking on and getting a feel for the squad while Dawes and Parky led the session. Atmosphere in the squad looks very good as well.
 

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Bradford at home for us, I can't see much past a home win for the Os, Bradford have so many injuries and we should be nicely fired up after putting Harrogate to the sword on Saturday.

We are a really strange team this year, we could go away to Newport and win 1 - 4 on our day, or we could lose 0 - 2 at home to Bolton Southend (that's more realistic).

I still have no idea how good we actually are, but I'm very, very excited to see whether we'll finish 11th or 12th this year.
 

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We are going to get absolutely battered. So many missing players.
 
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Bradford at home for us, I can't see much past a home win for the Os, Bradford have so many injuries and we should be nicely fired up after putting Harrogate to the sword on Saturday.

We are a really strange team this year, we could go away to Newport and win 1 - 4 on our day, or we could lose 0 - 2 at home to Bolton Southend (that's more realistic).

I still have no idea how good we actually are, but I'm very, very excited to see whether we'll finish 11th or 12th this year.
Cannot disagree as you beat us 4-0 at home......enjoy dining out on this freak result.
One swallow does not make a summer
 

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We are going to get absolutely battered. So many missing players.
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Covid testd for others have come back negative. Game on.
 

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