Six of the best
Posted by: Osric (IP Logged)
Date: 08 October, 2017 23:04

Next six games. Tiggers, Glos and Quins at KP. Wasps, Saints and Irish away. Dare we dream? Another four wins? Three or four four-try bonuses? A losing bonus point?

Re: Six of the best
Posted by: Monkey1 (IP Logged)
Date: 09 October, 2017 07:14

The ice thing is that I would fancy us to win any of those. Not saying we will win all six, but we realistically could.

It is a long time since I last had such thoughts without doubting my own sanity.

Re: Six of the best
Posted by: Bedlington Lad (IP Logged)
Date: 09 October, 2017 07:42

Hopefully win all three at home , LBPs at least in the away games, nick an away win somewhere

Re: Six of the best
Posted by: NorfolkFalcon (IP Logged)
Date: 09 October, 2017 07:45

It's scary to think that we now only have 5 Premiership games until Christmas. Best get started on the Christmas shopping!

In all seriousness, home games are winnable although tough (I hope we can get the upper hand of the Tigers considering we only lost by 1 point last season). Away games are difficult but I am optimistic that we can pick up at least 1 win and some bonus points away from home.

Re: Six of the best
Posted by: Rafpilot2000 (IP Logged)
Date: 09 October, 2017 07:48

Certainly it's nice to be in a position to be hoping for maximum wins rather than minimum losses. I don't see any of those games as being unwinable having beaten Bath at home and put 4 tries past the champions.
The impact of the Autumn internationals will be interesting too.

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