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The Fish

Newcastle United v Fulham 11/03/2017

NUFC v FFC   31 members have voted

  1. 1. Newcastle will score

  2. 2. Newcastle will concede


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They've 4 wins and 2 draws in their last 6 games, but mostly against sides at the wrong end of the table ( Wigan, Forest, Bristol, Preston and draws against Cardiff and Leeds). 

 

Last 6 away games W2 D2 L2 F7 A5

 

I'm going for 3-0

 

 

NUFC To Score
0 - 
1 - Kevin Carr's Gloves, Dr Gloom, wykikitoon, OTF, barnabox, Dougle
2 - StoneColdStephenIreland, Rayvin, ewerk, Holden McGroin, tooner, strawb, Ant, rogerbarton, LooneyToony, Graing
3 - The Fish, Andrew, Howay, Happy Face, acrossthepond, Anorthernsoul, Kitman, TheGingerQuiff, ohhh_yeah, Tom
4+ - David Kelly, adios, MiddleAgeCool, scoobos
 
NUFC To Concede
0 - The Fish, Howay, Kevin Carr's Gloves, Rayvin, ewerk, Happy Face, wykikitoon, OTF, Kitman, scoobos, Dougle, Tom, Graing
1 - Andrew, David Kelly, StoneColdStephenIreland, adios, acrossthepond, Anorthernsoul, tooner, MiddleAgeCool, strawb, Ant, rogerbarton, barnabox, LooneyToony, ohhh_yeah
2 - Dr Gloom, Holden McGroin, TheGingerQuiff
3 - 
4+ - 
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We will struggle to a 2-1 win, we all thought we were going to pump Bristol City and look what happened. :lol:

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Possible banana skin this one after the concentration required on the last three, as well as the possibility of complacency. I still fancy our lot of course, especially if Gayle is back and is at a decent level of fitness.

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I'm glad they're a team in form.  That gives me more confidence than playing someone like Villa and Bristol who couldn't buy a win.

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Think it will be a tough one.  They're unbeaten in the last 6 and got a 95min equialiser v Leeds. 1-0 to us though.

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Fulham are a decent side, this is going to be tight.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

6-0

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Firmly on team willy-waver, will be putting down 4+ for the rest of the season.

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Firmly on team willy-waver, will be putting down 4+ for the rest of the season.

 

 

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:lol: :lol:

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Think it will be a tough one.  They're unbeaten in the last 6 and got a 95min equialiser v Leeds. 1-0 to us though.

Who've they face in the last 6 though?

 

4 Leeds      D (h) 

9 Preston   W (h)

13 Cardiff   D (a)

18 Forest   W (h)

22 Bristol   W (a)

23 Wigan   W (h)

 

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They're a  good side going forward, but they do give up a lot of shots. Plus, we owe them.

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They probably do tbf. Not that any of them would admit it. Do they have a match thread for this game yet?

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Who've they face in the last 6 though?

 

4 Leeds      D (h) 

9 Preston   W (h)

13 Cardiff   D (a)

18 Forest   W (h)

22 Bristol   W (a)

23 Wigan   W (h)

 

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They're a  good side going forward, but they do give up a lot of shots. Plus, we owe them.

Flawed but interesting

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Key points from Rafa's presser

 

- Benitez spoke of his one year anniversary and insisted the key thing is that the Magpies keep pushing in the right direction

 

- He also spoke of why he took the job insisting Newcastle are a ‘massive club’, despite being in the Championship

 

- Rafa expects Fulham to attack, making for an open game. He admits he is happy with United’s form but the job isn’t finished yet and is keen to dispose of the Cottagers tomorrow

 

-Injuries: Yedlin, Hayden and Aarons will miss out tomorrow

 

- Benitez says Mitrovic is training well and he needs to continue to work hard to regain his place in the squad. He also believes he could find some form for Serbia in the upcoming international break

 

- Rafa also insists he is keen to address Newcastle’s home form - starting tomorrow

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An answer to why Yedlin missed Reading, also makes sense why Gamez played as Anita stunk up the side against Huddersfield.

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Flawed but interesting

 

What flaws do you see?

 

(not saying there aren't any, just curious)

 

An answer to why Yedlin missed Reading, also makes sense why Gamez played as Anita stunk up the side against Huddersfield.

 

Swear I saw somewhere that Anita picked up a knock and that's why Gamez played.

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