I will try again. Before the game, and regardless as to whether anyone attended, there was just over 76% chance Charlton would win, just under 12% chance they would draw and same for a loss. The actual result, totally disregarding performance or who was watching was far less likely than a loss against Charlton. That makes it a good result.
We've drawn 1-1 against Charlton on the last 4 or 5 occasions we've played them. What are the odds of that o mathematical genius? I'd work it out myself but,in the words of a maths teacher at the school I used to go to many years ago, who got stuck trying to show us how to do the homework that nobody could fathom out'Huh,I would if I could but I can't so I shan't.''
What also were the odds of six teams below us all winning?
As I said yesterday-we stuck when we should have twisted. We played safe when we should have gone for it.
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