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Leicester losing
#11
Leicester losing does pretty much guarantee no lower than 10th for us barring a huge defeat and Bournemouth also losing by a slim margin. Look at the table and work it out. No calculator allowed!
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#12
good from a money perspective, not much else.
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#13
(05-18-2017, 08:23 PM)spandaubaggie Wrote: Leicester losing does guarantee no lower than 10th for us. Look at the table and work it out. No calculator allowed!

If us and Bournemouth both lose, Leicester would be on 46 points and us and Bournemouth would be on 45 points. We are in 9th currently so Leicester winning would be 1 place. Bournemouth then could (unlikely) overturn the goal difference if there is a five goal swing, and they would go above us on goals scored. That is another place. 9-2 is 11, so we'd be 11th.
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#14
Leicester on the beach FFS.
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#15
(05-18-2017, 08:28 PM)BoringBaggie Wrote:
(05-18-2017, 08:23 PM)spandaubaggie Wrote: Leicester losing does guarantee no lower than 10th for us. Look at the table and work it out. No calculator allowed!

If us and Bournemouth both lose, Leicester would be on 46 points and us and Bournemouth would be on 45 points. We are in 9th currently so Leicester winning would be 1 place. Bournemouth then could (unlikely) overturn the goal difference if there is a five goal swing, and they would go above us on goals scored. That is another place. 9-2 is 11, so we'd be 11th.

How is it possible for Bournemouth to overturn a goal difference while losing?

Leicester v Bournemouth play each other.

Think we would have to lose MASSIVELY, not happening.
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#16
6-1 is generous for leicester today. Could've been double


edit: as pointed out above, if we get spanked by 6 goals more than bournemouth lose by, we finish 11th.

It won't happen
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#17
(05-18-2017, 08:28 PM)BoringBaggie Wrote:
(05-18-2017, 08:23 PM)spandaubaggie Wrote: Leicester losing does guarantee no lower than 10th for us. Look at the table and work it out. No calculator allowed!

If us and Bournemouth both lose, Leicester would be on 46 points and us and Bournemouth would be on 45 points. We are in 9th currently so Leicester winning would be 1 place. Bournemouth then could (unlikely) overturn the goal difference if there is a five goal swing, and they would go above us on goals scored. That is another place. 9-2 is 11, so we'd be 11th.

Can't see a Pulis side losing 6 or 7 nil at a poor Swansea. Hopefully Saints draw with Stoke, we beat Swansea and end 8th
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#18
"Pulis never finished in the top 10" argument put to bed at least.
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#19
So this season has been a success then?
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#20
(05-18-2017, 10:38 PM)Duffmon Wrote: So this season has been a success then?

Without a doubt. Ended poorly, but a success as a whole, for sure.
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