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new season games forecast

Discussion in 'Welsh Football' started by islandranger, Aug 11, 2017.

  1. islandranger

    islandranger Registered User

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    Bangor, Holyhead, Llangefni
    3 games Friday and hard to see past the top 3 sides winning

    Bala v Newtown 3-1 Newtwon lost the big players and the newbies are not the same level plus Bala have strengthened again.
    Bangor v TNS 0-2 Bangor need a striker but TNS under a new manager could be an upset.
    Prestatyn v Nomads 0-4 Nomads have added more physical strength whilst Prestatyn look lightweight to me

    tomorrow
    Druids v Cardiff 2-1 a Griffiths side at home will be too much for the students
    Llandudno v Carmarthen 1-1 can't see much changing at Llandudno and a draw always looks likely for them

    Sunday
    Barry v Aberystwyth 1-2 Nev has signed a lot of his old players and ought to be too strong for Barry.
     
  2. islandranger

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    Tier 2
    Airbus v Llandudno Junction 2-0 hosts have brought in some quality for this level.
    Caersws v Queens Park 1-2 Park will be too physical
    Denbigh v Holywell 2-2 well matched sides
    Holyhead v Ruthin 3-0 Spurs at home ois tough for anyone
    Penrhyncoch v Caernarfon 1-4 Cofis are sure to be favourites this season
    Porthmadog v Gresford 2-1 a tight game but Port to win.
    Rhyl v Guilsfield 2-1 not sure what Guils will be like this time without Barton

    Rhayader dropping out leaves Flint without a game.
     
  3. Jasper6

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    Unusually good predictions for Friday night's fixtures. 2 out of 3, with the scores almost spot on!
    I'd go along with your WPL forecasts for Saturday and Sunday but am reserving judgement (aka sitting on the fence) for the Cymru Alliance at this stage.
     
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    I enjoyed the Bangor game and obviously don't need a striker, result was a bit flattering on chances but they did deserve the points and TNS looked a bit lost at times yet to gel under the new manager
    Shaw and Taylor Fletcher both class at this level
     
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    Friday 2 games but Bangor beating TNS a bit of a surprise and having been at the game the did deserve it, TNS had a lot of possession but no end result.
    The other games I got all wrong, Cardiff winning at Druids, and Barry should have won as the goal was dubious to say the least. The Llandudno game was heading for a draw before a dodgy penalty, I heard,

    Some right in tier 2 but Holywell result was a surprise
    I'll try harder next weekend.
     
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    I see Jason Oswell is firing them in at Stockport County.
     

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