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Pies vs Lawro, FA Cup fifth-round predictions

Come on Lawro, where are you? Where ARE YOU? Let's be having you!

Lawro_1 SATURDAY
Arsenal v Blackburn
Lawro: 2-0
Pies: 1-1

Chelsea v Norwich
Lawro: 3-0
Pies: 2-0

Continues after the jump…

Middlesbrough v West Brom
Lawro: 2-1
Pies: 1-0

Plymouth v Derby
 
Lawro: 1-1
Pies: 1-2

Watford v Ipswich
Lawro: 2-0
Pies: 1-0

Man Utd v Reading
Lawro: 2-0
Pies: 3-0

SUNDAY
Preston v Man City
Lawro: 1-1
Pies: 2-1

Fulham v Spurs
Lawro: 1-1
Pies: 1-2

Feel free to join in…

February 16, 2007 in Betting | Permalink

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Arsenal v Blackburn
bryn: 3-1

Chelsea v Norwich
bryn: 4-1

Middlesbrough v West Brom
bryn: 1-3

Plymouth v Derby
bryn: 1-3

Watford v Ipswich
bryn: 2-0

Man Utd v Reading
bryn: 3-2

Preston v Man City
bryn: 2-0

Fulham v Spurs
bryn: 0-0

Posted by: bryn | Feb 16, 2007 3:03:16 PM

Arsenal v Blackburn
2-1

Chelsea v Norwich
4-0

Middlesbrough v West Brom
1-1

Plymouth v Derby
0-2

Watford v Ipswich
2-1

Man Utd v Reading
3-0

Preston v Man City
1-0

Fulham v Spurs
1-1

Posted by: Rob Williams | Feb 16, 2007 7:50:55 PM

I love Gringos Lawro-carnos

Posted by: Jim | Feb 16, 2007 10:08:39 PM

Lawro's potent tache can be thought of as an empty container filled with beings and things, it would be more correct to say its the infinite totality of worlds within worlds, and the infinite multiplicity of living, substantial, conscious entities associated with them, actually compose space. From this point of view, reality is a fullness or plenum. From another viewpoint, however, Lawro's potent tache bends reality and can be regarded as a void (or what buddhists call shûnyatâ), for all the infinite planes that make up reality are invisible to us except our own material plane, which is itself only a transitory manifestation consisting mainly of empty space and Lawro's tache.

me 2-1 you

Posted by: iron m | Feb 18, 2007 3:26:29 AM

Been on the special cigarettes iron m?

Posted by: Rob Williams | Feb 18, 2007 4:28:23 PM

That's 'El Lawro', to you.

Posted by: Dom | Feb 18, 2007 9:41:30 PM

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