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Writer:Site Staff
Date:Friday October 17 2008
Time: 5:25PM

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These videos are great reminders. In this case, Michael Owen's injury adds unpredictability into the mix. The barcodes will come at us, but if they can't get an early goal I think they will suffer. I expect us to go in to half time 1-1 but to beat them in the second half. At least 2-1 to City, but it could be more goals than that.
Sindbad
17/10/2008 23:58:00
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.....if we get an early goal, I think we will run riot there.....but if they get one early, we will find it harder....but should still get a win
lincolnblue
18/10/2008 07:54:00
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Can see there being goals galore because both teams are struggling defensively. Would like to think we have too much firepower for them to contend with though, so 3pts are a must! Come on City!
oliverblue
18/10/2008 11:17:00
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I feel for Newcastle fans just now. Why? Because we've gone through similar problems ourselves and clawed our way back. But there will be no mercy on Monday and I expect a controlled and clear win. their injury list means we will be up a against a raw team, unpredictable... But we are the best at unpredictability and we will have three players who can turn the game in a second: SWP, Ireland and Robinho. Their magician Owen will not play. I'm now expecting a 3-1 like last season.
Sindbad
18/10/2008 19:00:00
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