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Race for the top half...

Who will finish in the top six?   

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Hibernian

Motherwell (h)

Livingston (a)

Kilmarnock (h)

Hearts (a)

Motherwell

Hibernian (a)

St Johnstone (h)

Aberdeen (a)

Rangers (h)

St Johnstone

St Mirren (h)

Motherwell (a)

Dundee (h)

Kilmarnock (a)

Livingston

Aberdeen (a)

Livingston (h)

Hamilton (h)

Celtic (a)

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I've not given up on it just yet but a win tomorrow is a must. No way we make top 6 if we draw/lose.

If Motherwell don't get 6 points from their next 2 games, I think their last 2 games are too tough for them to get enough points

Livingston are just too far behind with some hard games especially with their tricky 2nd game on your list. :wink:

I'll say Hibs, with us and Motherwell a couple of points behind.

 

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19 minutes ago, Radford 72 said:

Needs a poll!

I vote Motherwell. I don't think they'll end up far off 50 points before the split.

If Saints get 4 points, they'll be doing well in current form.

I'd add a poll but WAP doesn't let me edit old posts, so cant edit the OP. 

Don't know if your Mod powers can do it?

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In previous seasons I would have had confidence in us making top six with the games each team has. The issue for me is that in previous seasons if we went 1 - 0 up we would get three points, just can't see how we are going to catch up on the gap we have made for ourselves. 

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3 hours ago, slf said:

Spaffed the season up a wall.

It has looked that way. 

Still an outside chance if we win tomorrow and Hibs don't.

To think if we'd held on and beaten 10 man Hibs a couple of weeks ago we'd be 2 points above them right now and sitting 6th.  That really was a significant result for both teams.

Still have a bit of hope, but got to get 3 points tomorrow or it's not happening. Difficult to see on current form, but st Mirren are bottom of the league for a reason.

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We have the easiest run in but our form is so bad I can’t see us beating anyone,

living too far behind 

hate to say it but looks like Hibs might just edge it as their run in is tough but well looks the hardest

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I think we have a fight on to finish 8th.  Wouldnt be surprised to see us 9th come end of season.  

Not enough confidence in the team just now.  Shaky defence.

Edited by Dave H

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Hibs have the easiest set of games  not catching them.

We have to aim for 7th now for the money which rules out building for next season..

Even if we were to build for next season,apart from Gordon & Hendry not sure if there is anyone else to come in.

Midfield is the problem . You can shuffle that pack but there is little there.

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1 hour ago, RandomGuy said:

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Next to no chance of overhauling Hibernian now, seven points behind with twelve to play for.

But we all know that would have read us on 41 points and a goal difference corrected to 0, if our game wasn't called off cos of weather.  So 4 points and a worse goal difference to chase.. effectively 5 behind.

Edited by Dave H

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If we win our 4 games we will still have a good shout for top 6. Hearts can still be caught and both Hearts and Hibs have harder games than us. Of course as we are playing shit just now but win our game in hand against the fakes and we are safe from automatic relegation.

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