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Two Teams From Four!

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Portsmouth
Man U (H)
Chelsea (A)
A Villa (A)

Birmingham
West Ham (A)
Sunderland (H)
Middlesbrough (A)

Middlesbrough
V Chelsea (H)
V West Brom (A)
V Birmingham (H)

West Brom
V Fulham (A)
V Middlesbrough (H)
V Chelsea (H)

Iím not going to lie to you it isnít looking good. I am however going to make you feel better! Lua Lua wants to leave but more about that another time.

Fact, United is a winner able game!
In my opinion, our central midfielders are better.
Fact, Man U have had a terrible year.
Fact, Man U have not won at Portsmouth in the Premiership.
Fact, Birmingham are away against an inform West Ham.
Fact, West Brom are away to Fulham who have been exquisite at home this year.
Fact, Middlesbrough are at home to the champions.

I believe that Portsmouth need four points from these three games. I also believe that; Birmingham will get four points, Middlesbrough will get three points and West Brom will get two points.

Have your say in the forum about how many points you think each team will get. The winners name will appear in the match report of the Portsmouth versus Villa match, good luck!

If my prediction is correct Portsmouth would be six points off relegation (I think thatís right!) and would still be in with a shout! Then again we will probably loose to Man U, Chelsea and Villa and be all but down. Although having been a Portsmouth fan all my life, I have learnt one thing. That weíre not very good! No thatís not it. As long as thereís Portsmouth thereís hope! Brought a tear to my eye as well!




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Date:Sunday February 5 2006

Time: 7:24PM

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As a neutral I hope Pompey pull through. They have the kind of fans the Premiership need and an old traditional ground that we are losing in the top flight. Play Up Pompey!
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There is always a 'surprise' team who are pulled down into the relegation fight late on as well, so I wouldn't give up hope at all.
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