Wolves (H) Prediction Thread

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by P!ssed Off » 26 Sep 2014 15:36

Their main striker Nouha Dicko has been ruled out for this game.
http://www.expressandstar.com/sport/wol ... t-reading/?

Only 2 league goals this season but they've only scored 8 in total.

We should be set for a clean sheet bar any massive errors.

0-0 or 1-0 to us if we get a flukey penalty.

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Re: Wolves (H) Prediction Thread

by Hendo » 26 Sep 2014 15:37

Early goal; 3-0 home win.

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by tee peg » 26 Sep 2014 16:59

Easy home win 4-0

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by No Fixed Abode » 26 Sep 2014 18:32

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Royal Lady I think a draw would be a good result for us against their team


Surprising you say that. I would say a draw at home to Wolves would be a bad result for you.


You just said you can't see us winning it and predicted us losing, Retardo.


Errr. Yes. Doesn't mean it's a good result dropping points at home after two defeats in a week.

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Re: Wolves (H) Prediction Thread

by Ian Royal » 26 Sep 2014 18:50

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genome You say that like we've consistently beaten them in those 19 years, I seem to remember losing a good 5 or 6 games against them from the late 90's to mid 00's


Home record since '95
P9, W4, D2, L3

I've seen four that I can recall and we won all of them. Two of them are amongst the most memorable games I've been to. So it kinda sticks out for me.


You missed the play-off semi at home?

Unfortunately yes. Think I moved to Cambridge that season and couldn't afford to come back and forth whilst temping.


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Re: Wolves (H) Prediction Thread

by RoyalAuzzie » 26 Sep 2014 20:56

Fairly comfortable 2-1 home win. Wolves to score very late on. :lol:

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Re: Wolves (H) Prediction Thread

by marlowuk » 26 Sep 2014 20:58

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don't think so 4.0 reading
wovles got a young black man winger very fast


Both Gunter and Obita are pretty quick too though. The danger is that they are caught too far forward. It's attackers driving at our central defence with speed that scares me!

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Re: Wolves (H) Prediction Thread

by Royal Monkey » 26 Sep 2014 22:58

Wolves have only lost 1 and conceded 3 goals in 8 games and have won 1-0
in 4 of their 5 wins. A tough low scoring game? So i'll go for a 1-0 win to us.
Also a team ive grown to hate after our late 80's early 90's battles, some real
pikey scumbag fans.

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Re: Wolves (H) Prediction Thread

by Hemenbruff Royal » 27 Sep 2014 21:36

Went there once, play off semi final, vowed never to return. Of all the teams I have a pointless irrational dislike of, e.g Bury, Rotherham, Sheffield United (customer of mine supported them and he was a twat so enjoy thinking he will be upset whenever they lose) Bristol City (different customer but same reason as Sheffield United) Leeds United, Portsmouth, Cardiff city (former boss supported them...see Sheffield United) Wolves are the team I hate the most. I would happily see them burn in hell. Even more so now Kevin Doyle has left. The sooner they go into administration and get relegated ten divisions the better.

We will win four nil. Motivated by hate.

I hope at least thirty of their supporters are short changed whilst buying their half time bovril.


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Re: Wolves (H) Prediction Thread

by The Cap » 27 Sep 2014 21:53

BTW Hemenbruff Royal, given your views, I'd venture that you're also wanting the bovril laced with urine. Given their past antics.

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Re: Wolves (H) Prediction Thread

by Hemenbruff Royal » 28 Sep 2014 07:53

The Cap BTW Hemenbruff Royal, given your views, I'd venture that you're also wanting the bovril laced with urine. Given their past antics.


Sounds a good option to me if it can be arranged.

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Re: Wolves (H) Prediction Thread

by Royal Lady » 29 Sep 2014 10:16

Hi Kes! It was a draw and, in the circumstances, I think that was a good result for us. 8)

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Re: Wolves (H) Prediction Thread

by No Fixed Abode » 29 Sep 2014 11:34

No Fixed Abode T I can't see Reading winning.



8)


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Re: Wolves (H) Prediction Thread

by No Fixed Abode » 29 Sep 2014 11:35

Royal Lady Hi Kes! It was a draw and, in the circumstances, I think that was a good result for us. 8)


In the circumstances? You were 1-0 at HT and in total control. Then you lost the plot for a bit. Wolves were so poor in the 1st half they were there for taking.

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