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Fulham and Bolton Will Go Down

The last poll on Vital Wigan was set around the relegation battle and featured Fulham, Bolton, Birmingham, Reading, Sunderland, Boro and the Latics

As they are now

The voting is now closed and the sites visitors have overwhelmingly opted for Fulham and Bolton to join Derby in playing Championship football next season.

With just six games remaining it looks like it could well finish as they are now and I for one will raise a glass to toast the sinking of Bolton from the Prem

What the poll asked - Who will go down with Derby?

How you voted - Fulham 50%, Bolton 34%, Latics 6%, Birmingham 4%, Sunderland, Reading and Boro all 2%,

Current Poll - Saturday sees a real six pointer at the JJB when Birmingham City will be the visitors and with Latics being just one point and one place better off than the Brummies there will be a lot at stake.

Steve Bruce left Birmingham in November to take over at Wigan so there will be a little spice added to the game with the Birmingham players trying to get one over their old boss

Latics will have three ex Birmingham players in the starting eleven Heskey, Melchiot and the January acquisition, Wilson Palacios, so with old acquaintances being reunited there could well be some fun and games, so have a vote and help us forecast - 'Who will win on Saturday?`

The poll can be accessed on the right side of this page

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Writer: worbo Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Friday April 4 2008

Time: 9:07AM

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Nice to see that Horwich RMI are disliked by all
worbo
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04/04/2008 09:12:00

It could go down to the last day again for the other relegation placings?
will it ever happen
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05/04/2008 08:15:00

Hope not for us anyways
worbo
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05/04/2008 10:58:00

I might just agree with you here - Derby, Fulham and Bolton!
merlin
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05/04/2008 19:56:00

 

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