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 Post Posted: Wed Mar 14, 2018 9:03 am 
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Heres a novel idea, a 3 o clock Saturday kick off, it just might catch on if given a chance.

Burton at home, a club that for its size and history is fighting way out of its weight class but are doing their town proud.

No game is a gimme, just ask QPR fans about their season.

Team changes for Wolves Ivan Cavaleiro for Diogo Jota.

Leo Bonatini or Benik Afobe?

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 Post Posted: Wed Mar 14, 2018 9:29 am 
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I'd stick with Benik for this one. I imagine it will be a game similar to Reading with patience required, but if we can take an early lead we should secure three more points.

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Hopefully Jota injury not too bad. At least it doesn't look like torn ligaments (which I feared).

Agree Burton are a fantastic club. I hope we beat them, and our fans give them due respect.

For me, Bennet's performance last night made his exclusion last week even more inexplicable!

Despite the love affair between South Bank & Afobe, I though he was awful last night. First touch unbelievably poor, and work rate.... absolutely shocking for a guy you would be thinking would be busting a gut to win a transfer.... But that's another story! For me, Bonatini every time. But Nuno needs to inject him with CONFIDENCE.

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Hopefully Jota injury not too bad. At least it doesn't look like torn ligaments (which I feared).


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Those type of injuries usually look worse than they are.

Often a player who has a history of ankle ligament damage just rolls the ankle and it balloons.

He could be up and running in next to no time depending on diagnosis.

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Those type of injuries usually look worse than they are.

Often a player who has a history of ankle ligament damage just rolls the ankle and it balloons.

He could be up and running in next to no time depending on diagnosis.


Agree. It looks painful, but perhaps the sort of injury that quickly heals. Always think damage to a bone is better than to ligaments & tendons - it repairs easier and has less long-term effect. Fingers crossed!

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Nuno on Jota; 'We are worried'.

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Burton are a fantastic club, but like most teams in their position, concede one and the gates could open.
But to still be on terms half way through and beyond, then we could get nervous both on and off the pitch.

Cardiff will not win at the weekend, so a Wolves win, could be amazing, and what a turn around in a week.

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We owe these lot for that 96th minute equaliser at the Mol last season. They celebrated like they'd just won the Champions League after that went in.

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Cardiff will not win at the weekend, so a Wolves win, could be amazing, and what a turn around in a week.


I wouldn't bet on it. Derby are crumbling and will be under huge pressure at home. Be interesting to see how QPR do at Fulham, then Villa at Notlob. All four games on at different times!

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It's going to be freezing during the match on Saturday - literally. :(

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CANNOCK WOLF wrote:
Cardiff will not win at the weekend, so a Wolves win, could be amazing, and what a turn around in a week.


I wouldn't bet on it. Derby are crumbling and will be under huge pressure at home. Be interesting to see how QPR do at Fulham, then Villa at Notlob. All four games on at different times!


Embers I wouldn't bet on it, but I like to be confident in life.

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Embers I wouldn't bet on it, but I like to be confident in life.


Then bet on it :wink:

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It's going to be freezing during the match on Saturday - literally. :(

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It's going to be freezing during the match on Saturday - literally. :(

Southern Softie!

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SELWolf wrote:
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It's going to be freezing during the match on Saturday - literally. :(

Southern Softie!

:mrgreen:


I'm surprised he didn't say shite.

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Embers wrote:
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Southern Softie!

:mrgreen:


I'm surprised he didn't say shite.

:shock:

It's coming down hard here in London. Looking forward to milder weather in the Midlands.

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Great result midweek, now just need to crack on with a decent score today...

Stevie Bruce.. are ya listenin..
To the song, that we're singin...
We're ten points in front...
Ya fat headed cnvt...

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SELWolf wrote:
It's going to be freezing during the match on Saturday - literally. :(


Seeing the frost on the pitch now on the TV - shit, I was out in a T shirt today albeit, it is supposed to get a little colder on Wednesday. :lol:

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You Bulgarian softie..;-)

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woot - 1-0 Mr Costa getting his mojo back.


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Yup would think with all his supposed pace, Mr Afobe could keep on side and then sprint past people - time and time again he is caught offside. Leo is of more use to the "team".


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30 mins .. Burton purple patch.


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40 mins Wolves 70% possession

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Nice one Mr Afobe - keep on side and your looking good.


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Just what does Ruddy have to do to get dropped?


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Ruddy hasn't saved a shot since at least a month. As usual we encourage a team on to us after taking the lead.

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Un-sighted and took a deflection in his defence.. squeezed in off his leg the twit. :lol:


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