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1 minute ago, mcqbez said:

My predictions are:-

QoS 0-1 Partick Thistle
Falkirk 1-2 Ross Co
Ayr Utd 1-1 Alloa

Queue celebrations in the streets of Alloa well into the early hours of Monday...’mon The Wasps...

Perfectly conceivable.

I've more faith in Ayr's capacity to save us than our own.

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1 hour ago, Monkey Tennis said:

Perfectly conceivable.

I've more faith in Ayr's capacity to save us than our own.

This.

We need Dobbie big time for this match. I expect Thistle to score from a cross into the box. That is an absolute certainty. 

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Funnily enough, 10/1 is shite odds for them to stay in the division.

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Today is the day. Very glad the Pars were marginally less shite than the teams still involved. 

Will be listening to the radio this afternoon hopefully some swings throughout the games make it an exciting afternoon. 

Good luck to all*

 

 

*Except Falkirk.

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Just a shame that Falkirk, Partick and Queen of the South can't all be relegated for their failures of a season tbh.

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2 minutes ago, virginton said:

Just a shame that Falkirk, Partick and Queen of the South can't all be relegated for their failures of a season tbh.

Ah, the old scattergun approach. Which two weeks ago, of course, would have had to include Morton.......

Still,  it’s an efficient way to try to annoy as many folk as possible with minimal effort.

 

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11 minutes ago, virginton said:

Just a shame that Falkirk, Partick and Queen of the South can't all be relegated for their failures of a season tbh.

Is just a shame a step up or down  from a terrible wee shame? 

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Last day, sun is shining and the relegation Royal Rumble will be decided in a few short hours.

#fantasyscenario

Falkirk storm into a five nil lead over County. Shankland scores for Ayr  and Partick slam in five against Queens.

Optimism grows at TFS as the game wears on, as 8th spot is a real possibility. "We are staying up" is the cry from the stands. Thousands of Bairns supporters pass out with excitement. Ray McKinnon is hailed as the messiah.

Steven Dobbie cracks one in in the 93rd minute and then 30 seconds later Trouten gets his customary goal against us

Tears and snotters everywhere and Ray McKinnon locks himself in the bogs with the Falkirk board as the suffering fans try and storm the main stand

 

Realistically though County will beat Falkirk, Ayr will beat Alloa and Partick will beat Queens

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9 minutes ago, I'm Brian said:

Last day, sun is shining and the relegation Royal Rumble will be decided in a few short hours.

#fantasyscenario

Falkirk storm into a five nil lead over County. Shankland scores for Ayr  and Partick slam in five against Queens.

Optimism grows at TFS as the game wears on, as 8th spot is a real possibility. "We are staying up" is the cry from the stands. Thousands of Bairns supporters pass out with excitement. Ray McKinnon is hailed as the messiah.

Steven Dobbie cracks one in in the 93rd minute and then 30 seconds later Trouten gets his customary goal against us

Tears and snotters everywhere and Ray McKinnon locks himself in the bogs with the Falkirk board as the suffering fans try and storm the main stand

 

Realistically though County will beat Falkirk, Ayr will beat Alloa and Partick will beat Queens

I do hope you're correct on Ayr beating Alloa, but I doubt it!

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A wee reminder of the state of play regarding the bottom two today. Quick note; I’ve not included scenarios involving large goal difference changes but I apologise in advance if Queens somehow finish 10th.

Here we go:

Falkirk will be relegated IF they fail to win OR they win AND Alloa avoid defeat

Falkirk will finish 9th IF they win AND Alloa lose

Alloa will be relegated IF they lose AND Falkirk win

Alloa will finish 9th IF they lose AND Falkirk fail to win OR they draw AND Queens avoid defeat

Alloa will be safe IF they win OR they draw AND Queens lose

Queens will finish 9th IF they lose AND Alloa avoid defeat OR they draw AND Alloa win

Queens will be safe IF they win OR they draw AND Alloa fail to win OR they lose AND Alloa lose

Thistle will finish 9th IF they lose AND Alloa win

Thistle will be safe IF they avoid defeat OR they lose AND Alloa fail to win

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As an aside, if Alloa end up relegated then I don’t want anyone saying they were “unlucky” or similar. A win in any of their final three matches would have seen them safe so they thoroughly deserve relegation should it occur.

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41 minutes ago, Rudolph Hucker said:

Ah, the old scattergun approach. Which two weeks ago, of course, would have had to include Morton......

If you were a moron, sure. Needless to say that you fell effortlessly into that category.

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1 hour ago, virginton said:

If you were a moron, sure. Needless to say that you fell effortlessly into that category.

Ahh, some feeble personal abuse. Water, duck's back and all of that. 

How come you don't answer the awkward questions, vt? Don't like to look even more of a dork, eh? 

Edited by Rudolph Hucker

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30 minutes ago, Mediocre Pundit said:

Morton have had a successful season - they’ve avoided relegation, which is the limit of their board's ambition or potential.

FTFY.

Anyway, it's a more successful season than at least QoS and Falkirk.
Possibly also better than Dunfermline and Partick depending on results today.

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44 minutes ago, Mediocre Pundit said:

Morton have had a successful season - they’ve avoided relegation, which is the limit of their ambition or potential.

Well-named, aintcha? 

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