Yes, at risk of being boring, Fulham v United looks the tip of the round to me.
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I'll take Wolves to beat Colchester.
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Salisbury to beat Droylsden for me.
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Code:47.3 W Coppinger to Heads Smacked the ball straight into the groin of Iwuajoku who has fallen over, miraculously with the ball still caught in his scrotal area! Out!
Anyway, DCYE the only faller:
DCYE: Middlesbrough 0 v Reading 1
Seven of us move on into a fifth week:
grecian: Aldersh*t 2 vs Kiddy 1
1977: Wolves 1 to beat Colchester 0
Halsey: Fulham 0 v United 3
Majin: Salisbury 3 to beat Droylsden 1
Altoz: Fulham 0 v Man Utd 3
headhunter: Fulham 0 v Man Utd 3
Brumby: Salisbury 3 to beat Droylsden 1
Fixtures from the BBC. Games played 7th-10th March only, please.
Hull to take out S****horpe plz.
Palace versus Colchester, please.
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Doncaster to beat Port Vale please.
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Blackburn to have too much for Fulham this week.
Blackburn v Fulham, please.
Meh, at least I can rejoice at being knocked out.
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