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Having seen Grays Aff' drop points at home midweek to a very average Altrincham side (He He) and given both our league positions how many points should we/do we expect to pick up from our 3 festive fixtures

GRAYS Away 27/12
CAMBRIDGE Away 31/12
GRAYS Home 2/1

I fancy our chances more in the two Grays encounters than i do against Cambridge so i will stick my neck out and predict a 7 point haul thankyou very much.......SANTA

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4 points
i think is a realistic target as our home form hasnt been great but here ar my predictions
Grays A 3 points
Cambridge H 0 points
Grays H 1 point

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Yep - 4 points is a realistic target.

However, I don't think we'll get them all against Grays.

Grays (A) - 0 points
Cambridge (A) - 3 points
Grays (H) - 1 point

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5, I reckon

Grays (a) 3
Cambridge (a) 1
Grays (h) 1

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Cambridge 3
Grays 1 + !

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im going for a dream christmas 9 points!!!

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im going for a dream christmas 9 points!!!

I reckon about 66 . . . oh points, thought it read PINTS, . . MUST HAVE MY EYES TESTED.

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I think 3 against cambridge
1 grays (home)
1 grays away)

But most of all we are going to thrash Cambridge. <img src="/forum/images/graemlins/spank.gif" alt="" />

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I think 3 draws from the 3 games. At least that means we're unbeaten in 3 and Grays dont get to celebrate!

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Draw all 3 I reckons

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I think we will beat Grays in one of the games, lose against Cambridge and draw the other Grays match, therefore 4 points.

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win away at grays but loose at home and scrape a draw at caimbridge

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I am still sticking witha draw twice againt grays and win against cambridge.

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offline Leo

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Four points are acceptable from those three games. Hope for more but would be happy with four.

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I am still sticking witha draw twice againt grays and win against cambridge.


Jnr! How dare you correct another persons post and the stick this disgrace up.

See me before anymore postings.

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yes do as daddy says, lol

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I feel sure we shall get something over Xmas.



Lets hope it's mor than 2 points!

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Having seen grays V altrichnam last week they do look very shackey at the back and have trouble handling pace so ill go for

Grays A 1 point
Cambridge A 1 point
Grays H 3 points

Xmas period of games is a busy time so 5 points, no defeats against 2 Full time teams and 3 games unbeaten would do me nicely.

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Linney & Canvey Loon are the only two right so far!

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i may have stupid hair but it proves that sometimes!! i know what im talking about other times it just bollox




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