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    The run in

    Posted by Herve Baquet on 21/4/2024, 10:53:08

    I genuinely believe that we can get six points from the West Ham and Fulham games. It's just a case of keeping in touch until then. Wolves won't be easy, and then the Everton game is huge. I think the crowd will really be on it for that game.

    Apart from a ten minute spell where Chong and Clark were linking up well in the first half, we really look a bit devoid of ideas. That's my main worry. I wonder if being away from home next,with less pressure, and a more pragmatic approach might actually help us. I think some of Edwards decisions yesterday (Bringing Fred on instead of Hashi and not bringing Cauley on when it was clear Morris was struggling on his own) were a bit odd. Hope he brings something new to the last four games.

    Staying up feels like a coin toss now, but I think we'd have all taken that at the start of the season?

      Re: The run in

      Posted by Sandgrounder on 21/4/2024, 11:36:52, in reply to "The run in"

      Be great to get something from Wolves then like you say the Everton game will be huge. If we can get a point v Wolves there is a good chance we go into the Everton game just 2 points behind them (if they draw v Forest and lose v Brentford and Liverpool) and 1 point behind Forest (if they draw with Everton and lose v Man City). Wed also be 3 points ahead of Burnley assuming they lose at Old Trafford.

      Totally agree the Fred sub was odd, especially as we ended up going to a back 4 and it was already known Burke went into the game ill.

      Not sure how we tighten up defensively in the next 4 games. We seem to have been more solid with a back 4 away recently so Id go with that v Wolves.

        Re: The run in

        Posted by Herve Baquet on 21/4/2024, 13:05:07, in reply to "Re: The run in"

        Think weve been too light in midfield all season.
        Would rather we went 433. Especially as doughy has been out of form recently in terms of attacking of only wed had Marv back.

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