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    Wise old Bee replied to the thread Squad Utilisation by Team.
    When I was a student it was always drummed into us that you form an hypothesis first, then test it against data. It is impossible to analyse data in any other way. Of course, that was in the 70s so much has changed since then.
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    It will make a change to face a side that plays football and doesn't rely on physicality. This poses a whole new set of problems for us though but I think we can cope although our forward play may be blunted. 0-0 I reckon.
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    They had Nigel Pearson in the stand watching. Wouldn't have wanted to face him afterwards.
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    After conceding about 15 goals all season Swansea let in 7 in two games. What a mad league this is. Also glad to see Cardiff's run ended late on at Boro.
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    I am keeping this thought in my head for the home game with Watford, and for the play offs should they be necessary.
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    There are games when we need the abilities of Marcondes and Jensen to unpick a defence, when we are playing Stoke for example. Trouble is, we also need to be hugely competitive in midfield against sides like this. Tricky decisions for TF, glad...
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    Score first and we win. If they score first it could be a long afternoon so I'm opting for 1-0 (Ghoddos).
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    Every time one of our players is fouled they stay down, not in the Ayew way but sufficient to bring on medical people. This is particularly important when Raya is touched. The referee should be surrounded with angry players and the protests get...
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    Probably Janelt? I always like to have at least one option of a player who has a kick like a mule, a bit like Martin Grainger or Jim McNichol.
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