Sheff Utd, Fulham to go and Burnley safe as houses, I wasn’t miles off.I think something’s gone on behind the scenes ie there’s strong rumours the chairman wouldn’t back him in the transfer market next month etc.
We’re just being run into the ground at the moment, players not being paid etc can’t see what the chairman’s end game is, he’s a seriously wealthy man.
Wilder is as safe as houses regardless what happens this season, and so he should be, what he done with them last few years remarkable.
I think big Sam will keep you up, not really through good football as I think West Brom are a bang average outfit, but it’s the poorest quality for a long time at the bottom, Sheffield Utd, Fulham and Brighton are dross. Burnley safe as houses, they’ve been there so many times and play a certain way, with mee and tarkawski at centre half, Pope in nets, goals from woods and Barnes will see them mid table.
There’s ususlly a team that falls away and gets dragged into it, I can see it being Newcastle this years, Wilson’s goals won’t be enough, and the lack of service he gets.
Although a pal of mine, who pretty much gambles for a living thinks palace will go down and he’s put strong money on it, and he rarely touches football as he says there’s too many variables.
Nah Newcastle will pick up the odd win along the way. Fulham would need to win every game...not going to happen.Newcastle or Fulham
Newcastle as I have it, will lose all 4 of their final games.
Fulham need the 9 points then play Newcastle last game.
Currently across the board, Newcastle are 25/1 to get relegated.
Fulham are 17/1 to stay up.