Tuesday, 3 March 2015

Can AFCB ride the Wolves storm headed their way?

Wolves have been in good form of late and they will know that a win at Dean Court would put them on level points with the Cherries at a crucial part of the season, but a defeat for Wolves would really harm them. The progress of Wolves has been quite low key but they are now looming large as a potential threat to one of the current top six places and this match is now a six pointer in terms of the momentum it is likely to give a winning side.
Enjoy the spectacle tonight. These games are what the Championship
are all about - two great sides fighting out.
Beating Cardiff  last time out for Wolves was perhaps made a little easier with Peter Whittingham getting sent off in the second half, but Wolves had already got their goal in the first half. Wolves only managed eight shots at goal all match so they may not be firing as much as they would like, but the Cherries know that they never give up and will make things difficult. Kenny Jacket has been saying how spirits are high at their club and it is up to the Cherries to upset their good run. They have sold their ticket allocation of 1273 seats for tonight so will be in good voice.

For the Cherries it will be about keeping it tight at the back again as they did against Blackburn. I hope the pressure of needing a win does not weigh too heavily on the players as they just need to try and enjoy the moment of entertaining the crowd in what will be a special atmosphere. A win against Wolves would set the Cherries up beautifully with a visit to the capital on Friday night, and I think a home win would make that Friday game against Fulham all the more easier as they will be able to take plenty of confidence into it then.

The strain is starting to be felt by all the leading teams at the moment and it is just going to be about trying to beat the team in front of you. That is all our players can try to do and we hope then that the rest takes care of itself. UTCIAD!

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