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Southampton's Last Seven Games

Southampton's Last Seven Games

Of the teams still fighting for the last play-off place Huddersfield must be favourites to get there.
Saints have games
H v Charlton
A v Bristol Rovers
A v Yeovil
H v Oldham
H v Carlisle
A v Gillingham
H v Southend

My question now, is how many can Saints win? Can they win them all? How many points will they end up with out of the 21 that are on offer?

I will go for the works as I guess I must. Do you agree or will we fall by the wayside as early as the Charlton game?

If we don't get there how many points do you think we will collect and which team will be the one to stop us dead in our tracks?



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Writer:SFC Forever
Date:Thursday April 8 2010
Time: 5:13PM

Comments

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sorry mate you wont take our place!, I think at best you may finish 7th!
Terrier24
08/04/2010 18:15:00
0
Being realistic I would agree. But as a diehard saint I have to pray for another miracle. I can't honestly say we will win all so I will say away to Yeovil will be where we lose two points to fail this time aroound.
VSrednwhite
08/04/2010 19:00:00
0
We will win 5 of the games. Charlton and then drop 2 points at home to Oldham.
VSgirlT
08/04/2010 20:59:00
0
If we beat Charlton and Rovers we are in with a shout. They are the two top teams left for us to face.
stellarnw
09/04/2010 00:05:00
0
If we can catch Huddersfield it will be because they have lost a few matches. I don't think that they can lose three games. That will mean they make the playoffs. Possible final against Leeds.
sfc4ghg
09/04/2010 11:33:00
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