Date:Saturday September 30 2006
Watford`s Monday night clash with Fulham is a six-pointer, according to the results of our poll.
With the Hornets yet to pick up their first Premiership victory of the season and Fulham languishing in mid-table, Vital Watford asked 'Is the match against Fulham a six-pointer?`
64% said that the match was indeed a six-pointer as Fulham are likely to be one of the teams at the wrong half of the table come the end of the season.
36% said that the Sky-televised game was not a six-pointer. Perhaps because it`s too early in the season for a six-pointer or that we will be higher than the Cottagers come the end of the season.
One thing is for sure, The Golden Boys are badly in need of the Premiership win and Chris Coleman`s side present the perfect opportunity to do so.
Poll Results in full:
Is the Fulham match a six-pointer?
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