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Preston's finest...

Post by Rover the Top » Fri Oct 15, 2010 9:33 am

Lawro's predictions wrote:MONDAY

Sunderland v Blackburn (2000 BST)

Sunderland manager Steve Bruce and Blackburn boss Sam Allardyce are good friends and I'm sure this will be a keenly-fought battle.

Sunderland are tough to beat at home, but they've only won one of their league matches this season on their turf.

I have a sneaky feeling Rovers will get a win at the Stadium of Light.

Prediction: 1-2
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Re: Preston's finest...

Post by Lincoln Rover » Fri Oct 15, 2010 10:14 am

Damn, you beat me to it..

Is he trying to say we will win at Sunderland because they have a poor home record, even though the game is at Ewood? Or is he saying Sunderland will win away because they have a poor home record? :scratch:

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Post by Rover the Top » Fri Oct 15, 2010 10:25 am

I think he's saying we'll win at their ground because they'll be at Ewood. Although in that case, who's going to score the own goal? :scratch:

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Post by Lincoln Rover » Fri Oct 15, 2010 10:27 am

Rover the Top wrote:I think he's saying we'll win at their ground because they'll be at Ewood. Although in that case, who's going to score the own goal? :scratch:
I heard the groundsman has a decent left peg.. :idea:

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Re: Preston's finest...

Post by Rover the Top » Mon Oct 18, 2010 10:00 am

Lawro corrected:
MONDAY

Blackburn v Sunderland (2000 BST)

Sunderland manager Steve Bruce and Blackburn boss Sam Allardyce are good friends and I'm sure this will be a keenly-fought battle.

Sunderland are tough to beat at home, but they've only won one of their league matches this season on their turf.

I have a sneaky feeling Rovers will get a win at Ewood Park.

Prediction: 2-1
Nice edit, they've made him look even more stupid... :scratch:

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