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Two home wins in a row

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Two home wins in a row

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We haven't won two home league games in a row since we won three in a row at the start of Cooper's reign

We did win two in a row if you include the wins against Bristol City and Brentford at the end of last season

Good chance to change that on Saturday ?


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Re: Two home wins in a row

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PSumbler wrote:
28 Oct 2020 08:43
We haven't won two home league games in a row since we won three in a row at the start of Cooper's reign

We did win two in a row if you include the wins against Bristol City and Brentford at the end of last season

Good chance to change that on Saturday ?
Yes imo, yes blackburn can score but they can also concede, we have a decent defence and after last nights showing especially the first half I'm quite confident we can turn them over.




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Fireboy wrote:
28 Oct 2020 08:59
PSumbler wrote:
28 Oct 2020 08:43
We haven't won two home league games in a row since we won three in a row at the start of Cooper's reign

We did win two in a row if you include the wins against Bristol City and Brentford at the end of last season

Good chance to change that on Saturday ?
Yes imo, yes blackburn can score but they can also concede, we have a decent defence and after last nights showing especially the first half I'm quite confident we can turn them over.
I agree with that.





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Perhaps it wasn't them, it was us.




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I’m happy again with our recent defence performances, reminding me of when Ash was here.





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airedale wrote:
29 Oct 2020 11:26
I’m happy again with our recent defence performances, reminding me of when Ash was here.
Bennett doesn't have the laser guided cross field long pass to the wingers in his locker that Ash used to bring (though for that to work we would need to employ wingers). However I do get that feeling of reassurance from having him there in the middle to shepherd the younger lads either side of him.
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bakajack wrote:
30 Oct 2020 23:13
airedale wrote:
29 Oct 2020 11:26
I’m happy again with our recent defence performances, reminding me of when Ash was here.
Bennett doesn't have the laser guided cross field long pass to the wingers in his locker that Ash used to bring (though for that to work we would need to employ wingers). However I do get that feeling of reassurance from having him there in the middle to shepherd the younger lads either side of him.
Absolutely spot on, bennett is the calming influence which will bring on and make guehi and cabango better players.




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