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"The home crowd down there are very passionate and get behind the team, but we are up for this. Now we are looking forward to it and we can take a lot from our last two performances. We hope we have turned the corner and feel that we can go on an unbeaten run between now and the end of the season. We had a good weekend over Easter and took four points from the six on offer. You don't know what will happen. There are plenty of twists in a season. We have to keep going and look to pick up win after win. We must fight for every point.'

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Writer: Ross Molyneux Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Friday April 13 2007

Time: 2:04PM

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Mark Lawrenson on the BBC website reviewing Pompey v Newcastle. Portsmouth had a strange Easter. They had that fantastic result against Manchester United and then basically collapsed at Watford. But I think Pompey keeper David James will break the record for Premiership clean sheets in this game. It's not a good place for Newcastle to go although their form has improved and a win and draw saw them have a good Easter. Prediction: 2-0
The Rabbi
don't know how anyone can predict us this season, we change with the wind.
Shearer#1
Barcodes to be sunk.
storagematt
its what you expect when you go to st james the atmosphere is electric every time i have been there
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