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Posted by rollin thunder on Sun Sep 01, 2019 3:42 pm
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Wellsy13 wrote:
Well that's the Rovers portion done.

Just need Leeds to flop against London now to leave 4 joint bottom.

That leaves Wakey v Wigan to decide whether it'll be 4 joint 2nd or 5 joint bottom...

Strong competition all over the table (apart from top spot, which has the biggest margin in history!)

Wishfully thinking I'm afraid.
Posted by rollin thunder on Sun Sep 01, 2019 3:44 pm
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London v Hull Kr now looks
Like the relegation decider Hull Kr could still stay up if London win, but London cannot lose again or its game over.
Posted by Spegsdrinkingbuddy on Sun Sep 01, 2019 3:56 pm
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rollin thunder wrote:
London v Hull Kr now looks
Like the relegation decider Hull Kr could still stay up if London win, but London cannot lose again or its game over.


Lol London got relegated today , all over , I can hear rebel Wilson singing in Ealing :P
Posted by rollin thunder on Sun Sep 01, 2019 4:09 pm
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Spegsdrinkingbuddy wrote:
Lol London got relegated today , all over , I can hear rebel Wilson singing in Ealing :P

Beat Hull Kr next week and Wakey, Huddersfield or Hull Kr don't win again then either of those could still go down. Wakey probably safe by points difference alone.
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rollin thunder wrote:
Beat Hull Kr next week and Wakey, Huddersfield or Hull Kr don't win again then either of those could still go down. Wakey probably safe by points difference alone.


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London win the last two games and HKR lose against Salford then it’s a different story

All rests on HKR v London on Friday - I’ll certainly be watching
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A win for London at HKR and the Huddersfield and Wakefield games going as they really should next weekend will then make the final weekend excruciating for 4 sets of fans.

I really wouldn't wish it on anyone.
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Rhino at work wrote:
A win for London at HKR and the Huddersfield and Wakefield games going as they really should next weekend will make the final weekend excruciating for 4 sets of fans.

I really wouldn't wish it on anyone.


If KR beat London next week, the relegation battle will be done but, it will be a very twitchy game, with Huddersfield and Trinity both having a huge interest in the game.
Should London win, then we're in for a final weekend showdown.

At the other end of the table, Wigan are now in the boss seat to finish second, which will worry Saints fans immensley
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Rhino at work wrote:
A win for London at HKR and the Huddersfield and Wakefield games going as they really should next weekend will then make the final weekend excruciating for 4 sets of fans.

I really wouldn't wish it on anyone.

This is the decider London lose they are relegated. London win, hull kr have to beat Salford could be down to points difference.
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Rhino at work wrote:
A win for London at HKR and the Huddersfield and Wakefield games going as they really should next weekend will then make the final weekend excruciating for 4 sets of fans.

I really wouldn't wish it on anyone.

This is the decider London lose they are relegated. London win, hull kr have to beat Salford could be down to points difference.
I do think Hull kr will win though, but its still very much all to play for next week.
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