Like it says on the tin. Boom.
Aston Villa, QPR, Wigan
Aston Villa, QPR, Bolton
Aston Villa, QPR, Blackburn
Aston Villa, Wigan, Bolton
Aston Villa, Wigan, Blackburn
Aston Villa, Bolton, Blackburn
QPR, Wigan, Bolton
QPR, Wigan, Blackburn
QPR, Bolton, Blackburn
Wigan, Bolton, Blackburn
Like it says on the tin. Boom.
proudly supporting Liverpool FC
Man City, for one...
EDIT: ah, bet there's a poll coming, to make my lame gag into a stupid one.
Got a horrible feeling the filth will survive. Haven't studied the runs ins though, so won't vote just yet.
"I can't promise anyone success but I can promise them a trip to the moon." - John King
RIP Craigos. A true CW legend. You will be missed.
btw GIMH, if Wigan get relegated I dare say my gazillion billion million dollars is safe for a few years
Just to make things a bit clearer for people.
Villa - 36 points -14 f/a - West Brom (A), Spurs (H), Norwich (A)
QPR - 34 points -18 f/a - Chelsea (A), Stoke (H), Man City (A)
Wigan - 34 points -26 f/a - Newcastle (H), Rovers (A), Wolves (H)
Bolton - 33 points -28 f/a - Sunderland (A), Spurs (H), West Brom (H), Stoke (A)
Rovers - 31 points -26 f/a - Spurs (A), Wigan (H), Chelsea (A)
I voted Villa, Wigan and Bolton as they have the easiest run ins.
Fighting for peace is like screwing for virginity.
Too many bones, not enough CASH!!
QPR (and Rovers) best hope of survival is to hope that 2 of the other 4 stumble badly while winning their remaining "winnable" game. Wigan have been in pretty good form and you'd think Wolves on the last day is the most winnable game of the lot, while Bolton have the most realistic (and literal) chances to pick up points. In addition Rovers really need something against either Chelsea or Spurs which is pretty unlikely.
Who knows though. It'll might come down to which team is desperate enough to nab an upset victory at a top 6 team.
Last edited by Ausage; 26-04-2012 at 12:37 AM.
A quick glance through the run-ins (thanks Ausage) has me predicting the following final tallies
Which means bye bye Blackburn, and then either QPR or filth depending on GD.
EDIT - The forecast is in and it is gold and silver and sunshine! Filth have a ten deficit to QPR on GD.
Last edited by GIMH; 26-04-2012 at 01:47 AM.
I finish up with
Dave Mohammed >>>> You
Villa going down would be genius. McLeish is just a terrible, terrible manager.
The fans have been really patient with him too (until last coupla weeks, anyway). With his Brum connexions I suppose one has to almost commend them, especially when compared to the hateful (& OTT) merde that's been directed at Kean by his own fans.
Anyway, looking at the run I can see them not getting another point. Badly need the R's to beat Stoke in that eventuality.
- As featured in The Independent.
"Predictably, the ending of his international career did not end the argument about Pietersen's merits, as an army of informed commentators and Piers Morgan weighed in to defend or attack him."
- The Guardian's Andrew Anthony
Blackburn will go and I want Villa to go too. Imagine the grief I can give my mate who supports them when my lot are only 1 division below the mighty Vile.
Just on Kean I think a lot of the anger that should have been directed at Venkys probably went to Kean. He's trash, but you can't expect the man to turn down a PL managerial gig nor leave once his foots in the door. Get the feeling he hasnt been responsible for the more bewildering transfers either.
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