Record Watch 2019/20

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Re: Record Watch 2019/20

by Franchise FC » 21 Aug 2019 14:13

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Draw on Sunday please

What about Bury, they are still in the running.


Absolutely. Included them a week ago, but they do seem to be about to pop, particularly since they've been thrown out of the League (EFL, Milk, Carabao, Littlewoods, Coca Cola, Carling, Rumbelows,etc.) Cup

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Re: Record Watch 2019/20

by Silver Fox » 25 Aug 2019 10:56

Just Liverpool and Bury left in the running now

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Re: Record Watch 2019/20

by tidus_mi2 » 20 Oct 2019 18:24

13 wins is safe for another season.

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by Franchise FC » 20 Oct 2019 18:24

Silver Fox Just Liverpool and Bury left in the running now

Thank f**k for that

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Re: Record Watch 2019/20

by Mid Sussex Royal » 20 Oct 2019 18:31

Yep was getting a tad worried...although they would have had to beat City to have taken the record.


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Re: Record Watch 2019/20

by Franchise FC » 20 Oct 2019 18:49

Mid Sussex Royal Yep was getting a tad worried...although they would have had to beat City to have taken the record.

Have you seen City’s defence recently ?

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Re: Record Watch 2019/20

by Franchise FC » 20 Oct 2019 18:56

A little while before we can worry about 106

West Brom have already dropped 11 of the necessary 32
Ipswich 9 (thank you Accers)
Crewe & Newport 13
Oh, and Bolton are the first to be mathematically ruled out

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Re: Record Watch 2019/20

by Tony Le Mesmer » 05 Nov 2019 16:06

Looks like we are not even going to have a sweat this year. just over 2 points a game is the best out there at the moment

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Re: Record Watch 2019/20

by Mid Sussex Royal » 05 Nov 2019 18:01

Tony Le Mesmer Looks like we are not even going to have a sweat this year. just over 2 points a game is the best out there at the moment


Agree - its over this season


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Re: Record Watch 2019/20

by Franchise FC » 08 Nov 2019 00:41

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Tony Le Mesmer Looks like we are not even going to have a sweat this year. just over 2 points a game is the best out there at the moment


Agree - its over this season

Liverpool can still get 112 - rather amazingly, that’s not yet out of the question.
Agree on the Championship and League Two
Ipswich would need a massive run, but can still get 126. Dropping just 19 points in 31 games is hard to imagine, I guess. Would need to win c23 of the 31 remaining.

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Re: Record Watch 2019/20

by Franchise FC » 28 Nov 2019 11:21

Quick Update :

Liverpool are still looking amazing, but only need to drop 7 points because of the lower number of games. 7 looks a lot to drop at the moment :shock:

West Brom are 2 points behind the required run rate. They can still get 123.

Ipswich are 4 points behind the required run rate (and yes, they are ahead of Wycombe on run rate). They can still get 122.

Swindon are 9 points behind the required run rate. They can still get 117
Bradford, if they win their two games in hand, would be on the same points as Swindon. However, they are 9 points behind the required run rate. They can also still get 117.

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Re: Record Watch 2019/20

by URZZZZ » 10 Dec 2019 14:20

Franchise FC Quick Update :

Liverpool are still looking amazing, but only need to drop 7 points because of the lower number of games. 7 looks a lot to drop at the moment :shock:

West Brom are 2 points behind the required run rate. They can still get 123.

Ipswich are 4 points behind the required run rate (and yes, they are ahead of Wycombe on run rate). They can still get 122.

Swindon are 9 points behind the required run rate. They can still get 117
Bradford, if they win their two games in hand, would be on the same points as Swindon. However, they are 9 points behind the required run rate. They can also still get 117.


WBA starting to really pick up momentum now, on target for 104 points and with a relatively straightforward December, could be ahead of the target point

Liverpool still flying too

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Re: Record Watch 2019/20

by Franchise FC » 10 Dec 2019 14:35

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Liverpool are still looking amazing, but only need to drop 7 points because of the lower number of games. 7 looks a lot to drop at the moment :shock:

West Brom are 2 points behind the required run rate. They can still get 123.

Ipswich are 4 points behind the required run rate (and yes, they are ahead of Wycombe on run rate). They can still get 122.

Swindon are 9 points behind the required run rate. They can still get 117
Bradford, if they win their two games in hand, would be on the same points as Swindon. However, they are 9 points behind the required run rate. They can also still get 117.


WBA starting to really pick up momentum now, on target for 104 points and with a relatively straightforward December, could be ahead of the target point

Liverpool still flying too


So :
Liverpool can still get 112 (shirley not)
WBA - 123 (not dropped any points since my last full update)
Wycombe are now heading the race in L1 - can get 121
Swindon - 117 (also not dropped any since the last full update)


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Re: Record Watch 2019/20

by genome » 16 Dec 2019 10:18

Getting slightly worried that Liverpool are a threat to 106 :shock:

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Re: Record Watch 2019/20

by Franchise FC » 16 Dec 2019 10:24

genome Getting slightly worried that Liverpool are a threat to 106 :shock:

Been worried about that for a few weeks.

They only have to drop 9 in total, but are stubbornly stuck on 2.
SHIRLEY NOT :shock:

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Re: Record Watch 2019/20

by From Despair To Where? » 16 Dec 2019 11:21

Franchise FC Swindon are 9 points behind the required run rate. They can still get 117
Bradford, if they win their two games in hand, would be on the same points as Swindon.


Do Bradford have a recall option on Eoin Doyle?

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Re: Record Watch 2019/20

by URZZZZ » 16 Dec 2019 11:24

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Franchise FC Swindon are 9 points behind the required run rate. They can still get 117
Bradford, if they win their two games in hand, would be on the same points as Swindon.


Do Bradford have a recall option on Eoin Doyle?


I think they can. The consensus I get is that Doyle doesn’t suit Bradford’s style so he has struggled there and will likely no where reach the same level of output there. The question really becomes do you just recall him to derail a promotion rival?

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Re: Record Watch 2019/20

by Sutekh » 16 Dec 2019 11:25

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genome Getting slightly worried that Liverpool are a threat to 106 :shock:

Been worried about that for a few weeks.

They only have to drop 9 in total, but are stubbornly stuck on 2.
SHIRLEY NOT :shock:


I’d leave the PL out of things as teams there play 8 league games less so it’s not a true comparison as technically their 106 point equivalent is probably somewhere in the high 80s

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Re: Record Watch 2019/20

by genome » 16 Dec 2019 11:27

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genome Getting slightly worried that Liverpool are a threat to 106 :shock:

Been worried about that for a few weeks.

They only have to drop 9 in total, but are stubbornly stuck on 2.
SHIRLEY NOT :shock:


I’d leave the PL out of things as teams there play 8 league games less so it’s not a true comparison as technically their 106 point equivalent is probably somewhere in the high 80s


Umm... if Liverpool get 106 points in less games then it's a bigger achievement, surely?

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Re: Record Watch 2019/20

by From Despair To Where? » 16 Dec 2019 11:28

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Franchise FC Swindon are 9 points behind the required run rate. They can still get 117
Bradford, if they win their two games in hand, would be on the same points as Swindon.


Do Bradford have a recall option on Eoin Doyle?


I think they can. The consensus I get is that Doyle doesn’t suit Bradford’s style so he has struggled there and will likely no where reach the same level of output there. The question really becomes do you just recall him to derail a promotion rival?


That was the angle I was coming from, to be fair.

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