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Ten minutes away from the end of an incredible week for us, by the way, let's not lose sight of that. 

Can't see them dropping points unfortunately. Need to get a run going now. None of this slipping up pish. This season has a different feel to it as if something might actually be happening f

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1 minute ago, frenv said:

We've only made one so far, and this is two in one.

You're allowed three 'breaks in play', using up to five subs during those, so we can do up to two more (in one go).

 

1 minute ago, AdzKyle said:

Only 2 intervals?

Yeah my bad, complete brain fart there.

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