Swindon v Posh

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Swindon v Posh

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As our last five games are against teams who may well be thinking they could still make the play-offs this game and the Northampton game really do become must wins, if we want to make automatic promotion.
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100% agree. The next two are 'must wins'.

Our last five fixtures could be very tricky & extremely difficult to win them all - we mustn't be in a position where we need to.
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Two things disappoint me about this coming Saturday, one, no crowds allowed in and no pubs open, so in recent years having uncovered The Glue Pot about a quarter mile from the station and about three quarters of a mile from the ground. I won’t be able to go and have a few ales or ciders in there
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Swindon Town v Peterborough United Saturday 10th April (15:00)

REFEREE: JOSHUA SMITH

ASSISTANT REFEREES: Mark Russell and James Wilson

Fourth Official: Craig Taylor
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Gaz_Miller wrote: 06 Apr 2021, 10:28 100% agree. The next two are 'must wins'.

Our last five fixtures could be very tricky & extremely difficult to win them all - we mustn't be in a position where we need to.
We have to see the recent form of these clubs playing the playoff's run...
Other thing, I noted that we receive 4 and we go away 3 on these last three matches.

Lincoln and Doncaster are in poor form recently.
I'm worrier against Gillingham and Charlton...
But before, it's important to win next two matches in Swindon and Northampton. Don't forget, team had big difficulties in Rochdale and lose in Burton... Two teams very low in the league table.
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Gazza8 wrote: 07 Apr 2021, 12:04
Gaz_Miller wrote: 06 Apr 2021, 10:28 100% agree. The next two are 'must wins'.

Our last five fixtures could be very tricky & extremely difficult to win them all - we mustn't be in a position where we need to.
We have to see the recent form of these clubs playing the playoff's run...
Other thing, I noted that we receive 4 and we go away 3 on these last three matches.

Lincoln and Doncaster are in poor form recently.
I'm worrier against Gillingham and Charlton...
But before, it's important to win next two matches in Swindon and Northampton. Don't forget, team had big difficulties in Rochdale and lose in Burton... Two teams very low in the league table.
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ashman wrote: 07 Apr 2021, 13:30
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Sorry for my poor english. I'm a french fan of your club :wink: and I try to deal with all of you :clap:
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bristleposh wrote: 06 Apr 2021, 11:22 Two things disappoint me about this coming Saturday, one, no crowds allowed in and no pubs open, so in recent years having uncovered The Glue Pot about a quarter mile from the station and about three quarters of a mile from the ground. I won’t be able to go and have a few ales or ciders in there
It looks to me as if only one of those two things really worry you.
You could always go to the Glue Pot and watch the game on their TV or your laptop. Or listen to it. Or just enjoy the few ales or ciders and look up the score afterwards.
:) :comeon:
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bristleposh wrote: 06 Apr 2021, 11:22 Two things disappoint me about this coming Saturday, one, no crowds allowed in and no pubs open, so in recent years having uncovered The Glue Pot about a quarter mile from the station and about three quarters of a mile from the ground. I won’t be able to go and have a few ales or ciders in there
Well there’s only your beloved tories to blame for that one Bristle. No justification whatsoever for not allowing people in now, surely even you can’t defend Johnson anymore.
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They’ll be open soon enough
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Unsurprisingly Bursik replaces Pym, Siriki replaces Burrows whilst Szmodics is replaced by Eisa
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Dembele with two goals already
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Assist for Eisa too, that'll do wonders for him :clap:
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blueboro wrote: 10 Apr 2021, 15:28 Dembele with two goals already
Yep. Looking very comfortable so far. And Sunderland 1 down. Final whistle please.
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This is really good away performance and Dembele is a class apart...poor Anthony Grant looks a stone overweight and 2 yards off the pace.....
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