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Sunderland vs Albion going into their game knowing a 0-0 will effectively relegate Norwich (they will need to win with a 14 goal swing over Sunderland on the final day of the season to survive) so I don't predict too many fireworks at the Stadium of Light.  

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Has anyone been watching MNF? Have they mentioned Villa at all yet? 

 

Not much, mentioned that we're safe. On another note, Rodgers already seemed to be happy with the second place as he'd take 0-1 win against Palace...they'd need to win by 6-7 goals at least.

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Albion might think they'd rather Sunderland were relegated than Norwich based on the idea that Sunderland could be a tougher opponent next season. Albion are pretty much safe whatever the result.

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I quite like the idea of Liverpool losing the title on goal difference... makes Gerrard's slip even more painful as a draw in that game would have won them the title :lol:

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What's the song Palace are singing to the tune "I fought the law" by The Clash? Wish we had some decent songs.

 

you're only singing when you're winning.*

 

being down the bottom of the league is not good for inventiveness. there's nothing to sing about.

 

Palace have come up from being successful in the Championship.

 

Swansea and Palace have the best fans for songs in this league.

 

 

We get knocked down, and we go again...

 

...we're never going down again

 

must be lots of potential in the tubthumping lyrics...

 

http://www.lyricsfreak.com/c/chumbawamba/tubthumping_20031113.html

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