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Walsall's new poll

We might not need viagra to get up but we might just need some more points that is for certain.

Variuos fanzines and other footy sites are speculating on what will be required to gain one of the automatic spots come May. History over the last ten years tell us that Huddersfield finished fourth in 2003/4 with 81 points whilstin 96/97 the finishing line was set much lower with Northampton finish fourth on 72 points. So on average the third place team has needed 78-79 points, but is this an average season with five teams looking to break away, only three will achieve automatic promotion. This leaves two to sweat it out in the play offs.

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Writer: Jorge's Jottings Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday February 8 2007

Time: 9:32AM

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The gap between third and fourth could be very small
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