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Heading in to the weekend, Coach Rains must have his side focused on shoring up the defense.
To ensure we have no tied predictions, we’ve enlisted Gareth, Frankie and DC newbie Ben to offer their predictions too.
Before we proceed, a quick recap of the Division One playoff structure; Winner SF1 vs Winner SF2 The immovable object travels to the unstoppable force as the top seed from the NFC1 North, the Manchester Titans, play host to the Sandwell Steelers who finished in second place in the NFC1 South.
A hattrick of shutout wins mid-season helped elevate the Falcons defense to the #2 ranked across the division, conceding just 8 points per game.
The Rams – despite the opening day loss to Newcastle – proved they were a class above the rest in the conference, finishing on 7-3 with a couple of losses to the conference champions.
At 5-4-1, they edged out the 5-5 London Hornets, and could even afford defeat to the Cats in the regular season finale.. The Exiles’ games against the Hornets were both decided by four or fewer points, with the teams splitting the series.
The Exiles averaged just 18.6 points per game, whilst conceding 15.3 again highlighting the tightness of the games on their schedule.
However, Leigh French stepped up and kept drives alive with some hard running last weekend, and will be expected to do so again this week.
The closest of the four quarter-finals, with the Titans edging ahead as favourites 9 votes to 6 in favour of Sandwell. The Falcons have been on fire since the 5-point shootout defeat to Sandwell in early May.
The only team with a perfect regular season record across the division play host to the team with the worst record entering the post-season.
Although sometimes unconvincingly, the Thunder marched their way to 10 wins in Division One under the tutelage of HC Ian Ellis.
However, the Titans haven’t shut out an opponent since the season opening win over Doncaster Mustangs.Tags: Adult Dating, affair dating, sex dating