Wolves vs Ipswich

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This game was huge last season, now it is fairly pointless (although Ipswich can still make the playoffs).

Mick McCarthy was one of the most predictable managers I've seen in the Prem in recent years with us, although ironically whenever we have played him and Ipswich since, we haven't beat them in 5 or 6 games. As all games seem to be against MM, think this will be a close game, with either team nicking it late on. I'm hoping we play a few of the academy kids for the last few games as we have nothing to play for.

Wolves 1-2 Ipswich
 

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McCarthy linked with Villa. Can't see it but I would be OK with him going if we lose this.

It's a must win. Bonus being that Bishop & McGoldrick are likely to be available as impact players at 70+. If we're in the game by that point I wouldn't be surprised to see us snatch it.

A draw/defeat with Cardiff/Derby/Sheff Wed results going against us effectively ends our season IMO.
 

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McGoldrick makes the bench, Feeney makes his first start. Over to you, lads...
 

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Not good enough. Season over. 6 point gap effectively.
 

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