Saturday, 22 November 2014

Next period of games even more crucial now for Cherries

AFCB going into the next crop of games in a great position. The matches coming up though will be a serious examination of the club's staying power in the top six. It is apparent that most of the matches at the moment are seeing the top few sides having to play each other and there is a really goo opportunity to create gaps now on the following teams when they drop points. It is unusual for the league to be so tight at the top, but there really does not seem to be much to choose between the sides and I think it makes for a more exciting league than having a run away team.
Having worked hard to get in the top two places,
 the pressure is on now to try and keep up there.
The good aspect is that the Cherries face Ipswich at home as they have momentum coming into the match having won their previous match against Watford. This first match will be billed as another belter as Watford v Derby is the only other game involving two of the top six sides in the first week back after the international break.

The banana skin is surely the Millwall match as they have dropped off from their early season good start and are finding points hard to come by even if they are scoring regularly in games. Two homes games in a row though really set the Cherries up for a busy December and Eddie Howe will be looking for those to games as a springboard to go into the very difficult away match at Wolves. The game at Wolves promises to be one of the best away trips of the season and I am sure there will be a big following of Cherries that make the trip. Wolves are always known to have a boisterous crowd and its the kind of challenge that makes the Championship such a great league to be in.

So if you are going to the game today let's give the Cherries the best possible chance by supporting them loudly all through the 90 minutes. UTCIAD!

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