Are the playoffs ‘nailed on’?

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Are the playoffs (at least) almost a certainty?

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Baron Goblet
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Re: Are the playoffs ‘nailed on’?

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4 points ahead of 7th with 7 games to play

Brentford Bournemouth Barnsley Reading

Dont really fancy our chances against three of them

Reading though, we may still get top 6 but after Preston I think we hold our hands up and realise we are not going to get promoted this year

It is a hard league, Stoke sort of prove that




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Naive/gullible to think they are nailed on.

For the last 2 months we have been poor at best but I am at the stage that it wouldn't bother me if we didn't get the play offs I FACT if we didn't then it would increase the pressure on Cooper.

Think not getting in the play offs would be the end for Cooper so on that note........!



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monmouth
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Yes they are nailed on.

For Brentford, Bournemouth and Barnsley

Then there’s us and Reading, both a bit flaky....and guess who we still have to play.

My gut feeling is we’ll blow it now. There is nothing positive left in us. Those last two performances made Harry Greggs team look like silky footballers. It was actually bad beyond belief. But anything could happen, I suppose...one moment to change it all.




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I honestly thought we had enough at the time for certain playoffs
Winning them no chance
But now I think we will be out of contention in the next 3 games



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Re: Are the playoffs ‘nailed on’?

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Well this has changed pretty dramatically since it was first posted. It was around 70%-80% thought that the POs were nailed on...now it is only 30%...



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Our game with Reading is a playoff playoff.


Its just a ride.


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If we play like that and other teams defend like Millwall, Yes.



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monmouth
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Captain_Sham wrote:
10 Apr 2021 11:37
Our game with Reading is a playoff playoff.
If we win at Sheffield, then, no.

I don’t care about anyone else today, but it’s not going too well, although Barns not winning. I’ve been watching scum with ‘jase’ commentating. It’s quite amusing. The way he talks Cardiff are the best team ever. Then Blackburn scored a goal that was hilarious (Woodman immediately went up a notch, watching that) and it was really funny.
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If we win all our remaining games this season we will be promoted auto.

I expect Watford to beat Luton and Millwall, but hopefully Norwich can beat them and Brentford, then it comes down to the game v us on the last day.

Just a shame the scum let the hornets take 2 pts from their place and we didn't draw 0-0 with Brum and PNE.



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JBT95 wrote:
10 Apr 2021 19:51
If we win all our remaining games this season we will be promoted auto.

I expect Watford to beat Luton and Millwall, but hopefully Norwich can beat them and Brentford, then it comes down to the game v us on the last day.

Just a shame the scum let the hornets take 2 pts from their place and we didn't draw 0-0 with Brum and PNE.
Fair play i love your optimism mate.



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Fireboy wrote:
10 Apr 2021 20:00
JBT95 wrote:
10 Apr 2021 19:51
If we win all our remaining games this season we will be promoted auto.

I expect Watford to beat Luton and Millwall, but hopefully Norwich can beat them and Brentford, then it comes down to the game v us on the last day.

Just a shame the scum let the hornets take 2 pts from their place and we didn't draw 0-0 with Brum and PNE.
Fair play i love your optimism mate.
We should be aiming to get auto, it's not out of reach yet. Win Tuesday and take it from there.



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JBT95 wrote:
10 Apr 2021 20:23
Fireboy wrote:
10 Apr 2021 20:00


Fair play i love your optimism mate.
We should be aiming to get auto, it's not out of reach yet. Win Tuesday and take it from there.
Aye take every game as it comes but it is out of reach imho.



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JBT95
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Fireboy wrote:
10 Apr 2021 20:33
JBT95 wrote:
10 Apr 2021 20:23


We should be aiming to get auto, it's not out of reach yet. Win Tuesday and take it from there.
Aye take every game as it comes but it is out of reach imho.
If Watford were playing Wycombe and Sheff Wed maybe I would agree!
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