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Discussion in 'Hull City' started by fozzies, May 8, 2021.
Derby v fc massive...who do we want to go down? Fc massive for me, come on Derby.
Both of them, with Rotherham to survive!
Can that happen?
Yes, of course.
Rotherham beat Cardiff, and Derby v Weds is a draw.
Yeah just looked at the table, in that case Derby would be down on gd.
Yeah, 2 ways:
Rotherham win - Rotherham stay up with Derby and Wednesday down, unless Derby win as well (Derby draw and Rotherham stay up on goal difference as it's already better than them)
Rotherham don't win - Wednesday beat Derby, and Wycombe win by 12 goals more than Wednesday do. Then Wycombe stay up on goals scored (difference if by 13 more). This is the least likely option, but would definitely be the most amusing.
EDIT: The clipping above saying Wycombe need an 11 goal swing is wrong. They're comparing to Derby, without accounting for the fact that Wednesday will have beaten Derby and be the target team for Wycombe to have any chance.
or Weds win and Rotherham win.
Derby winning now as well
I would love it if Rotherham stayed up.
It's 0-0 according to radio Sheffield.
Yeah Waghorn just had an argument with the post!!
Disallowed the goal according to bet365 app notifications.
Wycombe now 1-0 up though so the miracle is on
Sounds nasty. Play just started.
Dear footballing powers to be,
I don't ask for much and I know City have already won a title. But you didn't give Leeds a **** season, so please make up for it by relegating Derby County and their 40,000 attendance fan base that they claim makes them a Premier League club. And make Wayne Rooney cry.
Please stay 0-0.... please keep winning Rotherham.... let the massive win as long as Rotherham do..... Please...
I'd like to see Derby and Wednesday down, but between the two, Wednesday with their apparent 40k fantasy would be my choice.
Rotherham are all over Cardiff. They should be 3-0 up.
It's a shame there's only one space, but the prospect of beating Sheffield Wednesday next season is also tempting.