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Thread: A Score Draw - Is Today The Day?

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    A Score Draw - Is Today The Day?

    Amazingly, Cardiff City have not been involved in a score draw in any of their last 49 competitive fixtures. It's now 47 league games and 2 cup matches since the Bluebirds' last score draw, which occurred when they drew 1-1 with Sheffield United at Bramall Lane on 02/04/2018. No other club in the Premier or Football Leagues has a record even remotely close to that.

    Three of the last four clashes between Reading and Cardiff at the Madejski Stadium have ended in score draws, so I reckon today looks as good a day as any for City to finally be involved in one. That said, it won't be at all surprising to see the total of competitive games without a score draw reach 50 today.

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    Re: A Score Draw - Is Today The Day?

    I fancy a win today, German lad to pop a couple in.

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    Interesting stats which I wasn't aware of, that is indeed quite some remarkable record. I hope it becomes 50 competitive games without a score draw and we get a win today.

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    I'd much prefer a win over a draw, score or 0-0.

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    Re: A Score Draw - Is Today The Day?

    Quote Originally Posted by bobh View Post
    I'd much prefer a win over a draw, score or 0-0.
    Good lord

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    Re: A Score Draw - Is Today The Day?

    Quote Originally Posted by The Lone Gunman View Post
    Amazingly, Cardiff City have not been involved in a score draw in any of their last 49 competitive fixtures. It's now 47 league games and 2 cup matches since the Bluebirds' last score draw, which occurred when they drew 1-1 with Sheffield United at Bramall Lane on 02/04/2018. No other club in the Premier or Football Leagues has a record even remotely close to that.

    Three of the last four clashes between Reading and Cardiff at the Madejski Stadium have ended in score draws, so I reckon today looks as good a day as any for City to finally be involved in one. That said, it won't be at all surprising to see the total of competitive games without a score draw reach 50 today.
    That 2017/18 season saw 5 score draws in total. There seems to be a bit of a trend with our score draws that season bar one game.

    Fulham (a) 1-1 - Late Danny ward equaliser after being outplayed
    Sheff Wed (h) 1-1 - Bamba equaliser deep into injury time after being outplayed
    Reading (a) 2-2 - Tomlin equaliser deep into injury time after being outplayed
    Sheff Utd (a) 1-1 - Pilkington equaliser deep into injury time after being outplayed
    Millwall (a) 1-1 - no late equaliser

    We also managed 5 goalless draws that season, 4 at home. One against the mighty Mansfield town.

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    There never looked even a remote possibility of a score draw yesterday after Puscas put Reading 1-0 up. A truly abysmal performance from City.

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    Re: A Score Draw - Is Today The Day?

    Quote Originally Posted by The Lone Gunman View Post
    There never looked even a remote possibility of a score draw yesterday after Puscas put Reading 1-0 up. A truly abysmal performance from City.
    That must be the least contentious post you have ever put on here

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