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That's what we need from 20 Premier League games to mathematically win it. 17 wins and 1 draw. 

 

Obviously that's with Leicester winning every game. 

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Just now, Chip Butty said:

What happens to the numbers if we beat Leicester on boxing day?

 

 

 

I'll keep on it and update it each week. 

 

 

So if we beat Watford tomorrow and beat Leicester on the 26 we would have 52pts from 18 games. 

 

If Leicester beat Norwich and City and lost to us on 26th they'd have 44pts from 19 games. 

 

The max points for Leicester would be 44pts won, 51pts available from last 17 games. Max 95

 

We would be on 52 so 44pts would beat them

 

 

City Max including beating Leicester is 92pts

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14 minutes ago, Lee909 said:

I'll keep on it and update it each week. 

 

 

So if we beat Watford tomorrow and beat Leicester on the 26 we would have 52pts from 18 games. 

 

If Leicester beat Norwich and City and lost to us on 26th they'd have 44pts from 19 games. 

 

The max points for Leicester would be 44pts won, 51pts available from last 17 games. Max 95

 

We would be on 52 so 44pts would beat them

 

 

City Max including beating Leicester is 92pts

 

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12 minutes ago, TheHowieLama said:

They can get to 98 amigo

Cause they can. Was working on teams playing 18 games and forgot to look at them. The Leicester and City game is massive for both. Not sure a draw suits either

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41 minutes ago, Bjornebye said:

You can do the match threads from now on. 

 

 

Nope

 

This is nothing to do with match threads. They are on you, not changing a winning run. 

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18 hours ago, Lee909 said:

I'll keep on it and update it each week. 

 

 

So if we beat Watford tomorrow and beat Leicester on the 26 we would have 52pts from 18 games. 

 

If Leicester beat Norwich and City and lost to us on 26th they'd have 44pts from 19 games. 

 

The max points for Leicester would be 44pts won, 51pts available from last 17 games. Max 95

 

We would be on 52 so 44pts would beat them

 

 

City Max including beating Leicester is 92pts

Lee is too Woolster as Menswear are to The Beatles. 

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On 13/12/2019 at 20:09, Lee909 said:

That's what we need from 20 Premier League games to mathematically win it. 17 wins and 1 draw. 

 

Obviously that's with Leicester winning every game. 

17 wins and a draw equals 52 points.

Worrying Leicester will win 17 of their last 21 games isn't realistic.

What is a better measurement is what Leicester are averaging so far this season. They are in excellent form and if they keep this level of results they'd finish on 87 points which would be phenomenal. 

To finish on 88 points we would need 39 points from our remaining 21 games or 11 wins 6 draws and 4 losses, a collapse of epic proportions. To put it in context, a return to the form of 2015/16 after Klopp got the job mid-season would achieve 83 points. 

I don't want to jinx it at all but it will take Leicester pulling numbers that we and Man City have earned over the past 2 years to get the required points total. 

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1 minute ago, Razoray said:

17 wins and a draw equals 52 points.

Worrying Leicester will win 17 of their last 21 games isn't realistic.

What is a better measurement is what Leicester are averaging so far this season. They are in excellent form and if they keep this level of results they'd finish on 87 points which would be phenomenal. 

To finish on 88 points we would need 39 points from our remaining 21 games or 11 wins 6 draws and 4 losses, a collapse of epic proportions. To put it in context, a return to the form of 2015/16 after Klopp got the job mid-season would achieve 83 points. 

I don't want to jinx it at all but it will take Leicester pulling numbers that we and Man City have earned over the past 2 years to get the required points total. 

So we still have a chance then?

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