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Results to favour the Dees:

Essendon to beat Collingwood

North to beat GC

Dogs to beat Port

Hawthorn to beat Geelong

Carlton to beat GWS

Richmond to beat Freo

Adelaide to beat Brisbane

Wrap that into a multi and it's paying $2,149 - $1

Didn't include St Kilda and Sydney as that game has absolutely no affect on us.

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I reckon the bombers will continue to drop like last year and miss the 8. So I guess its best for us that the Pies win?

I feel ill      🤮

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9 minutes ago, DubDee said:

I reckon the bombers will continue to drop like last year and miss the 8. So I guess its best for that the Pies win?

I feel ill      🤮

No one wins from that game.... hate them both.

But hate Pies more so hope Bombers win.

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The filths defence is way off the mark at the momment. I think the druggies will be happy tonite.

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Like the Kangas chances against GC and GWS to bounce back against Carlton.

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3 hours ago, DistrACTION Jackson said:

No one wins from that game.... hate them both.

But hate Pies more so hope Bombers win.

This is the only time I go for Collingwood. I hate them slightly less than I hate Essendon.

But who would I really like to see as the big winners tonight? That’d be injuries. Injuries… and lots of ‘em. Not life-ending injuries, not necessarily career-ending (bar that slimy thug), just 120 minutes of watching both sides dropping like flies. Mainly Essendon players since we play them next week. Oh, and suspensions: a week, six weeks, doesn’t matter as long as it’s a big-name Essendon player.

Please and thanks in advance, Footy gods! 

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15 minutes ago, WalkingCivilWar said:

This is the only time I go for Collingwood. I hate them slightly less than I hate Essendon.

But who would I really like to see as the big winners tonight? That’d be injuries. Injuries… and lots of ‘em. Not life-ending injuries, not necessarily career-ending (bar that slimy thug), just 120 minutes of watching both sides dropping like flies. Mainly Essendon players since we play them next week. Oh, and suspensions: a week, six weeks, doesn’t matter as long as it’s a big-name Essendon player.

Please and thanks in advance, Footy gods! 

With Moore and Maynard playing, it's almost a certainty that someone from Essendon will get injured

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*One week at a time BBP*

But there's a stupid scenario that has us jumping up a whopping one spot to 11th even if we're good enough to beat West Coast and Essendon, and the following also happens:

Essendon beat Collingwood but lose to us (1-1)

Collingwood lose to Essendon and then beat Geelong (1-1)

GC beat North and Port at home (2-0)

Port beat Dogs and lose to GC (1-1)

GWS beat Carlton and Richmond (2-0)

Therefore I hope Collingwood, North, and Carlton all win.

Not the end of the world if Port beat Dogs because their percentage is poor and they could very well lose to GC away next week.

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53 minutes ago, WalkingCivilWar said:

This is the only time I go for Collingwood. I hate them slightly less than I hate Essendon.

But who would I really like to see as the big winners tonight? That’d be injuries. Injuries… and lots of ‘em. Not life-ending injuries, not necessarily career-ending (bar that slimy thug), just 120 minutes of watching both sides dropping like flies. Mainly Essendon players since we play them next week. Oh, and suspensions: a week, six weeks, doesn’t matter as long as it’s a big-name Essendon player.

Please and thanks in advance, Footy gods! 

Now there's an oxymoron if ever their was one @WalkingCivilWar.

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27 minutes ago, Bring-Back-Powell said:

*One week at a time BBP*

But there's a stupid scenario that has us jumping up a whopping one spot to 11th even if we're good enough to beat West Coast and Essendon, and the following also happens:

Essendon beat Collingwood but lose to us (1-1)

Collingwood lose to Essendon and then beat Geelong (1-1)

GC beat North and Port at home (2-0)

Port beat Dogs and lose to GC (1-1)

GWS beat Carlton and Richmond (2-0)

Therefore I hope Collingwood, North, and Carlton all win.

Not the end of the world if Port beat Dogs because their percentage is poor and they could very well lose to GC away next week.

F%D @Bring-Back-Powell. This is brilliant.

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Maybe they could get another draw tonight.  That would be OK. 

As much as I hate to say it I think I want the pies to win, only because some bummers fans are getting a bit nervous & they've seen this falling down the ladder thing happen before & it's always hilarious. 

If nth beat gc dimma will go nuts

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55 minutes ago, seventyfour said:

Hope Essendon lose, Collingwood will keep coming no matter what. Bombers lose tonight and we roll them next week, they're out of the 8.

and we take their spot (if we beat WC)

ladder predicter for next two rounds with us winning and bombers losing

                        W  L  D
 1. Sydney             15  2  0  142.8%
 2. Carlton            13  4  0  119.9%
 3. Fremantle          11  5  1  113.1%
 4. Collingwood        10  5  2  107.0%
 5. Brisbane Lions     10  6  1  120.8%
 6. Gold Coast         10  7  0  107.1%
 7. Geelong            10  7  0  105.3%
 8. Melbourne          10  7  0  102.7%
 9. Port Adelaide      10  7  0  101.2%
10. Essendon            9  7  1   97.7%
11. GWS                 9  8  0  107.4%
12. Western Bulldogs    8  9  0  113.8%
13. Hawthorn            8  9  0   96.6%
14. Adelaide            6 10  1  102.9%
15. St Kilda            5 12  0   91.2%
16. West Coast          3 14  0   71.6%
17. Richmond            2 15  0   64.3%
18. North Melbourne     1 16  0   65.7%
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Collingwood Essendon…since when are they allowed to play on a Friday night? 
It’s usually a bloody holiday so you don’t have to watch…

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3 hours ago, WalkingCivilWar said:

This is the only time I go for Collingwood. I hate them slightly less than I hate Essendon.

But who would I really like to see as the big winners tonight? That’d be injuries. Injuries… and lots of ‘em. Not life-ending injuries, not necessarily career-ending (bar that slimy thug), just 120 minutes of watching both sides dropping like flies. Mainly Essendon players since we play them next week. Oh, and suspensions: a week, six weeks, doesn’t matter as long as it’s a big-name Essendon player.

Please and thanks in advance, Footy gods! 

I think the planets align between you and I, WCW. It is simple - hate the Pies slightly less (only slightly) than the horrid Bummers. Not sure I can agree about injuries, but I hope the Bummers are very sore after a physical game.

Strangely, I love watching both the Daicos boys play. But with the constant self-flagellant drooling from the channel 7 commentary team, and all the non football cross promotions about them including their over exposed father, and their new deluxe spa for w-anchors, I am going to watch tonight with a vomit bucket near to hand. 

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3 hours ago, seventyfour said:

Hope Essendon lose, Collingwood will keep coming no matter what. Bombers lose tonight and we roll them next week, they're out of the 8.

100%. Essendon look really shaky. We’re primed to take their spot.

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15 minutes ago, Maldonboy38 said:

I think the planets align between you and I, WCW. It is simple - hate the Pies slightly less (only slightly) than the horrid Bummers. Not sure I can agree about injuries, but I hope the Bummers are very sore after a physical game.

Strangely, I love watching both the Daicos boys play. But with the constant self-flagellant drooling from the channel 7 commentary team, and all the non football cross promotions about them including their over exposed father, and their new deluxe spa for w-anchors, I am going to watch tonight with a vomit bucket near to hand. 

You know, I was never like this in the past. I would never wish injury on anyone, even Essendon players. But everything changed with the Gussy travesty. I’m not comfortable wanting opposition players to sustain injuries but this is how it is now. Thanks again, you filthy piece of sch!tt Maynard. 

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3 hours ago, Bring-Back-Powell said:

*One week at a time BBP*

But there's a stupid scenario that has us jumping up a whopping one spot to 11th even if we're good enough to beat West Coast and Essendon, and the following also happens:

Essendon beat Collingwood but lose to us (1-1)

Collingwood lose to Essendon and then beat Geelong (1-1)

GC beat North and Port at home (2-0)

Port beat Dogs and lose to GC (1-1)

GWS beat Carlton and Richmond (2-0)

Therefore I hope Collingwood, North, and Carlton all win.

Not the end of the world if Port beat Dogs because their percentage is poor and they could very well lose to GC away next week.

 

2 hours ago, Queanbeyan Demon said:

F%D @Bring-Back-Powell. This is brilliant.

I agree QD, but I’m a little concerned about BBP talking to himself. First sign of madness, they say. 🤭

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I hate Both sides but I HOPE ESS ABSOLUTELY OBLITERATES THE FILTH and belts the hell outa MAYNARD!

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