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06/04/13 - London Broncos v Bradford Bulls - KO 3pm

Who will win?   11 members have voted

  1. 1. Who will win?

    • London Broncos
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    • Bradford Bulls
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    • Draw
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Broncos by 10. Surprised at my apathy about this game - it's been moved closer to my house on a better day/time but I think something's snapped inside me as far as our flagship South East club goes ;-) . Beating the Bulls might help matters for the ever dwindling band of diehards

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Referee: T Alibert

Touch Judge: P Grundhill

Touch Judge: W Turley

Reserve: T Mather

Match Commissioner: D Moss

In Goal: B Armstrong

In Goal: T Hudson

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Not going; got another appointment.

Could be close, London blow hot and cold.

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It's hard to predict, typical of SL this year to be honest, both in the sense of us [and London] and also of the league in general. Should be a good game though in some, hopefully warmer, weather. Don't know who we'll have available, never mind the Broncos so it's pointless making guesses about the result. I suspect the bookies would have us as favourites based on our general results but there are no easy games in SL and I hope we can come up with a good result.

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Id like to think Broncos will just get over the line,but Im not sure.

I am sure I wont be there though as the lateness of the change of day has done for me.

At least Ive only lost the cost of this match on my season ticket,

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gate given as 1063.

Really ???? Bulls normally bring a decent following, and ok, Broncos numbers will not be as 'good' as usual but we should be looking to an impressive 2000, surely !

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I think a fair few Bulls fans have been put off by the messing around of the fixture at such short notice.

Agree with Bulliac on the prediction - or otherwise - of this one!

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London have started to find a bit of form in the last few games, so I'm not as certain of a result as I was say 2/3 weeks ago. That said, I reckon we're pretty solid for the most part at the moment both on attack and in defence, so it's a Bulls win for me. I think London will find if difficult to get to our edges and look to Gower to pick holes in the middle. If we can take care of that then we'll be ok.

On the crowd front I don't think many will have an appetite for the long trip so soon after Leeds and Catalan away, but you never know.

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On the crowd front I don't think many will have an appetite for the long trip so soon after Leeds and Catalan away, but you never know.

I have some friends who pre-booked a train and hotel package near the Stoop. They are going to have to hire a car to get to the game.

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On the crowd front I don't think many will have an appetite for the long trip so soon after Leeds and Catalan away, but you never know.

Yeah, I was thinking that, the two most costly away days in the space of two weeks (Catalans and London that is) isn't ideal, with the easter schedule inbetween. But then I always think it could be worse, you could be a London or Catalan fan having to travel the reverse way every other week.

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I think a fair few Bulls fans have been put off by the messing around of the fixture at such short notice.

Agree with Bulliac on the prediction - or otherwise - of this one!

Me, for one.

I have a hotel and advanced trains booked. OK, I was only fitting the Bulls into a trip to London for the kids, but I can't get to Wycombe.

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London squad: Chris Bailey, Mark Bryant, Michael Channing, Tony Clubb, Liam Colbon, Matt Cook, Kieran Dixon, Erjon Dollapi, Craig Gower, Alex Hurst, Antonio Kaufusi, Tommy Lee, Mike McMeeken, Chris Melling, Chad Randall, Shane Rodney, Dan Sarginson, Scott Wheeldon, Michael Witt.

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Bradford squad: James Donaldson, Adam Sidlow, Jamie Langley, Manase Manuokafoa, Luke Gale, Brett Kearney, Nick Scruton, Heath L'Estrange, Adrian Purtell, Keith Lulia, Elliott Whitehead, Elliot Kear, Jarrod Sammut, Danny Addy, Tom Olbison, Chev Walker, Ben Evans, Adam O'Brien, Matt Diskin.

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Another potential banana skin against a London side improving week on week, I hope if we're to get anything fromthis year then yet again this should be a game we should look at to win by a half decent margin at least. But who knows with this Bulls side, still blowing hot and cold, and London themselves tend not to know how they'll perform from game to game.

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