Real League Table 2023/24

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Re: Real League Table 2023/24

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Welling play Charlton tonight in London senior cup, let hope pitch doesn't cut up too much!
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Post: # 368657Post timbee »

Updated to include the games played in midweek and yesterday. Make of it what you will!
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Re: Real League Table 2023/24

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Where has this Fylde turnaround come from. They’ve now got 1/2 of their season’s tally in the last 7 games (19 pts)!
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Post: # 368810Post Mikel Bee »

And are the Wood making a late run for the play offs?
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Mikel Bee wrote:And are the Wood making a late run for the play offs?
No (annoyingly as I do worry about Oldham clicking). Norwood injured so they have Joe Garner instead!!
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Post: # 368816Post beew »

PBBee wrote: 13 Feb 2024, 20:30 Where has this Fylde turnaround come from. They’ve now got 1/2 of their season’s tally in the last 7 games (19 pts)!
5 nil against Aldershot. Gulp
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Post: # 368818Post PBBee »

Safe to say we would’ve been at that game tonight what with our next 2 opponents playing each other.

Aldershot have Altrincham Saturday as well - probably play crap agains them then turn up Tuesday!
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Re: Real League Table 2023/24

Post: # 368819Post hoppy »

Fylde have gone top of the Form Table, ahead of Chesterfield on goal difference.
Barnet are 17th.
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Post: # 369077Post timbee »

Updated after yesterday’s victory at Fylde.
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Re: Real League Table 2023/24

Post: # 369081Post MCB »

So 19 points from 14 games most likely needed for top 3

I am right in saying there is no advantage between finishing 2nd or 3rd?
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Post: # 369084Post ETBee »

MCB wrote: 18 Feb 2024, 18:46 So 19 points from 14 games most likely needed for top 3

I am right in saying there is no advantage between finishing 2nd or 3rd?
This is a question I've been meaning to ask. Theoretically the 2nd placed team will have to play a weaker team in the play offs than the 3rd placed but in practice the 7th placed team could be in form, eg. Fylde and the 4th placed could be struggling.

Of course, a team that justifies promotion should be able to beat any NL team.
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Post: # 369087Post BeesKnees99 »

ETBee wrote:
MCB wrote: 18 Feb 2024, 18:46 So 19 points from 14 games most likely needed for top 3

I am right in saying there is no advantage between finishing 2nd or 3rd?
This is a question I've been meaning to ask. Theoretically the 2nd placed team will have to play a weaker team in the play offs than the 3rd placed but in practice the 7th placed team could be in form, eg. Fylde and the 4th placed could be struggling.

Of course, a team that justifies promotion should be able to beat any NL team.
If we get top 3, I hope we avoid Gateshead and Oldham like the plague.


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There is no way of knowing whether 2nd or 3rd gives a better chance of progressing. But I would say, as a minimum, finishing 3rd rather than 4th gives a 50% better chance of making the final of the playoffs.
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Re: Real League Table 2023/24

Post: # 369091Post Tuesds »

Yeah, you can’t know if finishing 2nd or 3rd is preferable to the other, but there’s a world of difference between finishing 3rd and finishing 4th.
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Re: Real League Table 2023/24

Post: # 369093Post jerroll »

BeesKnees99 wrote: 18 Feb 2024, 19:28
ETBee wrote:
MCB wrote: 18 Feb 2024, 18:46 So 19 points from 14 games most likely needed for top 3

I am right in saying there is no advantage between finishing 2nd or 3rd?
This is a question I've been meaning to ask. Theoretically the 2nd placed team will have to play a weaker team in the play offs than the 3rd placed but in practice the 7th placed team could be in form, eg. Fylde and the 4th placed could be struggling.

Of course, a team that justifies promotion should be able to beat any NL team.
If we get top 3, I hope we avoid Gateshead and Oldham like the plague.


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Hard to disagree at all.
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