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  1. 10 hours ago, StevieDay1983 said:

    The situation in the UK took a more restrictive turn yesterday with the announcement of people being urged to avoid social contact and essential travel. Not really had much impact up here in Ystrad Mynach but my parents are now in self-isolation and that means my child care options have taken a big hit with local nurseries and child minders refusing to take on any more children. I'll continue to work around the clock to ensure games that are being played around the world are covered. In the meantime, a lot of us are going to be locked down or isolated so for the duration of this period of uncertainty I encourage all of you to keep posting here. This is a cracking community and if we help each other with some form of social interaction it will ease the whole process. I'm not just saying posting on these football sections but anywhere on the forum. I mean it when I say we're more than just a betting forum. I've met a load of people from this forum and have time for all of them. If any of you have any questions about anything betting related or not then I'm at the end of a PM. I hope all of you and your families stay healthy. :ok

    Thanks Stevie D. If you have time for us all, then can you pick me up a couple of packs of bog roll please?

    I'd love to post summat, but struggling for a topic lol.

    Stay safe

  2. 10 hours ago, Mindfulness said:

    Thanks @Tiffy, I don't want to crow too much about the victory as I was in pain when you did the double over us last year. One thing Brighton have in their favour for the relegation battle is their goal difference which is better than the teams in and around them.

    Anyway don't get relegated otherwise Watford and that foolish Hornet creature will once again start trying to claim they are our rivals. They need to give it a rest and just wait till they are relegated to the same division as Luton Town. 



    Oh dear that's dreadful. I hope they go down and LUTON stay up, so we can get the Derby back on. It's been years since we played them. I saw LUTON play against Sheff Weds a few weeks ago, and was very impressed with how LUTON played. I don't know if it's too little, too late, but they may put up a good fight to stay up now.

  3. @mindfulness

    I did have a look at your post on Sat morning, but haven't had time to reply. Made me chuckle as usual, I bet you spend ages working on your posts! 

    Well done on the win, it was payback after we won at yours last season. I still think Brighton will stay up, but only just. There should be 3 teams worse than them. 

    Roy is certainly doing a decent job, and your lot are always well organised and capable of nicking a goal. 

    Bask in your glory...... ?


  4. On 2/7/2020 at 4:45 PM, StevieDay1983 said:

    Brighton vs Watford

    The second preview of this weekend's Premier League games covers one of the trickiest matches to call in quite some time. It's Brighton hosting Watford in a 5:30pm GMT kick-off at the Amex Stadium on Saturday evening. Neither side is really instilling me with any confidence that they can get the win here so it makes me wonder if backing the draw is the most sensible option?

    Brighton need to have a little word with themselves because right now they are in 15th place and just 2 points above the relegation zone. Graham Potter's side are without a win in 5 league games now. The Seagulls can't even blame an FA Cup run for their league woes because they lost 1-0 at home to Championship side Sheffield Wednesday in the 3rd Round. That means they've not tasted a competitive win in 2020. The positive news is that they have only lost 1 of their last 5 home league matches. They also remain unbeaten at home in the league against clubs positioned below them.

    Watford manager Nigel Pearson will want to see a reaction from his team after back-to-back defeats in the league. The Hornets are in 19th place and 2 points adrift of safety. In both of their last two defeats, the decisive goal has been scored in injury time. If that is a sign of fitness issues then Watford will need to be wary against a Brighton side that like to get it down and keep possession to tire their opposition out. Pearson himself will want to lay to rest a ghost he has having failed to win on all four of his previous visits to the Amex Stadium.

    I do think we'll see a reaction from Watford after their previous two matches. The ELO ratings fancy the away side to get the win but it's close. Brighton feel like they are on the verge of a home win. They've been knocking on the door but it's just not come. @sajtion has rightly pointed this out and as much as I want to back him for the home win I just feel Watford will put in a more assured display so I'll go for the score draw.

    Draw @ 3.45 with Unibet

    BTTS @ 1.75 with Betway

    Nice work Stevie D

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