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Re: The derby that's not a derby derby - Tomorrow

By Boromatt9/2 11:05Fri Feb 9 11:05:35 2018In response to The derby that's not a derby derby - Tomorrow

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Very much looking forward to tomorrow, as you say, we do have that appalling result to avenge back in October. I agree, I would take a point tomorrow, a win however, would be the best win of the season and a win which many of us would enjoy for sure.

I think the big thing for me is our home form, it's the reason why we'll probably survive this season, so tomorrow IMO it could go either way. A win would mean 27 points out of the 41 picked up at home, a good stat. But, something that I liked last Saturday was the impact the new players had on the team in the first half, there was a certain expectancy and it showed for the first 45 minutes. I would look to play a lot of the new boys again, Alex Revell showed experience last week and a real quality, Goddard looked lively and Luke Amos played well.

A big 4 matches, I remember saying after the bad defeat in October, you watch us beat them 3 or 4-0, ill just leave that there...

Come on boys!

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