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It's all part of the plan for them to go down on the last game of the season needing a draw to stay in the Championship and losing to a 95 minute goal to Jimmy Glass who comes out of retirement for that one game.

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They've been incredibly lucky that Rotherham and Wednesday have been on such poor runs of form, both have lost their last five games. The hope is that runs of form like that will sooner or later come to and end, and they've both still got games in hand.

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1 minute ago, useless said:

They've been incredibly lucky that Rotherham and Wednesday have been on such poor runs of form, both have lost their last five games. The hope is that runs of form like that will sooner or later come to and end, and they've both still got games in hand.

They’ve been on a very poor run of form themselves. They’re all poor teams, which is why.

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They've been on a poor run but they've won two of their last three games, whereas Wednesday and Rotherham have both had five straight defeats.

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It's four defeats in a row for Wednesday rather than five, but they have lost five of their last six.
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They've got Huddersfield next, but after they've got some difficult fixtures coming up against teams in and around the top six, so could still be in a lot of trouble, Rotherham and Wednesday just have to improve slightly, and given their recent form it's hard to imagine they won't get any better.

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6 hours ago, useless said:

They've been incredibly lucky that Rotherham and Wednesday have been on such poor runs of form, both have lost their last five games. The hope is that runs of form like that will sooner or later come to and end, and they've both still got games in hand.

Sheff Weds v Rotherham is actually in midweek so really annoying they pulled off that late win as surely that game won't be a draw so one of those would've been very close.

Huddersfield in really poor form aswell so wouldn't shock me if they won that but their fixture list then gets pretty hard so still can easily get drawn into things.

Not really sure what QPR were playing at. They only put Adomah on in 87th minute so looks like they thought they could hang onto the 1-0 without a few of their regulars on the pitch.

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QPR had been on a good run of form of late, only losing a couple of games in the last ten and beating the likes of Bournemouth, Brentford, Watford, Cardiff and getting a draw away to Norwich. So perhaps were little over confident.

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