Posh v Accrington

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Posh v Accrington

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Another game which both teams (especially fans) will see as a "must win".
Accrington will have hopes on making the play-offs. Posh will have hopes on making automatic promotion.
Posh need to play as well as we all know they can and give Accrington a hiding.
Has anybody noticed how well Gillingham have been going lately? If they can pull off a surprise win against Hull it will help our automatic chances and Gillingham could be in the play-offs.
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Peterborough United v Accrington Stanley Saturday 27th March (15:00)

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I think this will be the turning of the tide and a hard fought 2:1 victory for Posh (Kent and JCH with the goals.)

The Fergie fan club will have a weekend off and instead target Pym/Brown/Ward/Eisa or whoever they don't like the look of.
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An absolute make or break game. We simply have to win this one, if only to get the season back on track and give us a fighting chance of the automatics.

Win, lose or draw, the clueless fans will still not have anything constructive to say, yet have a childish dig at those who dare say anything that doesn't go along with what they've been told to think.

Bless.
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Gaz_Miller wrote: 26 Mar 2021, 12:10 An absolute make or break game. We simply have to win this one, if only to get the season back on track and give us a fighting chance of the automatics.

Win, lose or draw, the clueless fans will still not have anything constructive to say, yet have a childish dig at those who dare say anything that doesn't go along with what they've been told to think.

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Let's see who wants it more!
Another game against a side fielding a weakened team. As we found out against Blackpool that can never be underestimated and I'm sure the game with Accrington will be very much the same.
Hopefully not the same result!
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ashman wrote: 26 Mar 2021, 13:08
Gaz_Miller wrote: 26 Mar 2021, 12:10...the clueless fans will still not have anything constructive to say, yet have a childish dig at those who...
Don't be so hard on yourself Gaz! :wink:
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I see that Accrington Stanley fans are saying that this is a game than can and will win to put them back on track for the play-offs.
You have to feel sorry for them.
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pleasureboy60 wrote: 26 Mar 2021, 13:20 Let's see who wants it more!
Another game against a side fielding a weakened team. As we found out against Blackpool that can never be underestimated and I'm sure the game with Accrington will be very much the same.
Hopefully not the same result!
As long as the attitude, energy, intensity and determination are in place full bore, this is a very winnable game. No doubt we have the necessary skill levels, it will be the application of the above that matters. Looking forward to this one more than I was last Tuesday.

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No Hamilton? Surely Reed and Brown gives us a soft centre in midfield?
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Is it just me but no video on iFollow just audio?
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Swamp Donkey wrote: 26 Mar 2021, 11:31 I think this will be the turning of the tide and a hard fought 2:1 victory for Posh (Kent and JCH with the goals.)

The Fergie fan club will have a weekend off and instead target Pym/Brown/Ward/Eisa or whoever they don't like the look of.
We will win and win the league....players are fine, best squad in the division....even average Darren should add another easy promotion to his CV
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Lovely start, two early goals for the posh
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stumpy wrote: 27 Mar 2021, 16:02 Is it just me but no video on iFollow just audio?
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Gillingham have equalised against hull
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