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Re: 2019-20 Fixtures

By rwakeley12/7/2019 19:32Fri Jul 12 19:32:13 2019In response to Re: 2019-20 Fixtures

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Talking of Truro, I've been looking at the odds. Salisbury top the list at 7/1. One lad over, on I the Poole forum, if my memory serves me correct states the odds reflect last years table. I have a slightly different take. I maintain my stance that teams are split between the strong physical sides and the smaller tenacious midfield short-passing types that traditionally cause us so much trouble. And that's my quandry. As for Truro on the pitch - recent write-up in the Exeter rag, following a recent PSF clash states:- "However, they, (Exeter), had to withstand a physical boombardment at times from the White Tigers as they hit the ball long to their tall striker at every opportunity" - I'm guessing which camp they slot into. 16/1 looks interesting. I reckon this league could settle down and start to split between those sides with an appropriate identity.
As for us, early doors, on paper, I think we have a pretty challenging start. That Met game straight up - pretty compelling. Already focusing thoughts on a potential different front line from us and them for that one. I also think more sides this season will be genuine candidates and generally all-round stronger as they things take hold. Enjoy.

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