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Predictions for 27th Jan 2007

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1 Predictions for 27th Jan 2007 on Fri Jan 26, 2007 12:23 pm

Well this weekend the big match up between the hard men of the league REVO v MES AMIS!!!!

The question is which team will produce that knockout blow. In the blue corner you have all might Mes (aka Wanderers) who on any given day can have multitude of talent to bring on...at Sandy Bay this looks more likely however this is not Friday night so everything changes. Then they have lost their blonde assaisn Henry Turner.

Then in the red corner you have the much improving REVO side which "beer guzzler" El Tel leading the charge from the back and big cuddle Louman heading the strike force. Midfield paring almost level each other out...which suggest this is going to be a close one.

Forest see's another upset on the cards and has given Revo the "Kiss Of death"...Revo 2 Mes Amis 1.

There is another game in which Spike's men of Sai Kung will be miles too strong for Monopoly....recording a comprehensive drubbing.....PAFC 4 Monopoly 0.

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2 Re: Predictions for 27th Jan 2007 on Fri Jan 26, 2007 2:04 pm

I'll agree with ya on those Very Happy

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3 Re: Predictions for 27th Jan 2007 on Fri Jan 26, 2007 4:58 pm

PAFC 3 Monopoly 2

PAFC will win according to form but won't have it their own way entirely. Monopoly will have the playing staff and home advantage. They also scored a couple of goals against PAFC in the first fixture.

A high scoring, but close win for PAFC.

Revolution 2 v 3 Mes Amis

On past form, Mes have a habit of scoring at least 3 against Revolution so the Revo are clear underdogs. They lose Turner, but still have the likes of Galvin, McInness, Craney, Pipes all finding the net on a regular basis. Hudson needs to be at his best to stop the shooting gallery.

Revolution will score, even without Fast Eddie. However, the question is - Will there be enough goals?

If the last game is anything to go by, football will be the winner again. That last meeting between the sides in King's Park was one game I didn't mind losing 'cos Revolution played so well but got done by a side that just played slightly better.


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