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If the season gets null and voided then league positions will be decided on a PPG basis. Could end up with the likes of Everton or Leicester, even Leeds, winning the title under those circumstances. 

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Not yet decided I think.  It'll either be two-thirds or three-quarters of the season has to be finished for the season to stand. 

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To be fair we're second with only (no laughing at the back) everton ahead of us so stick null & void up your beef hula hoop, number 20 is on the way. 

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20 hours ago, Tony Moanero said:

I couldn’t care less. Seen bits and pieces on MOTD whilst channel hopping, looking for something to watch. From what I’ve seen, the games, without fans and atmosphere, are terrible.

For me they seem to be great whilst winning , truly full and boring when not . 

Hope this helps

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