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Gooners Predict Win

Vital Gooners are predicting a massive step towards Champion's League glory by beating Juventus at Highbury tomorrow night.

In our latest poll we asked Vital Arsenal readers whether they thought we'd win, lose or draw in the Champions League quarter final first leg tomorrow.

Well you've voted in your billions, an let me tell you, there's an awful lot of confident Gooners out there, a massive 81% opted for the win.

If Arsenal beat Juve tomorrow they will certainly have the upper hand with the away leg in Turin still to come.

Results in full:-

Result in first leg vs Juve?

*Win 81%
*Loss 12%
*Draw 7%






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The Journalist

Writer: Rocky7 Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Monday March 27 2006

Time: 11:26PM

Your Comments

A silly poll really. All Arsenal supporters would have gone for an Arsenal win....a few invaders from White Hart Lane would have gone for a loss. The game itself will unfold the truth. As neither a Spurs or Arsenal supporter I'll plug for a 2-1 Home win, followed by a nail biting draw in Turin. Good Luck.
pompeygray
You should be ok at home and i'll run with a home win .
JACK_THE_LAD
Well played last night guys. Please be gentle with us this weekend. Any chance of you playing a reserve team? ;)
DeanoVilla
Pompeygray. Not a silly poll at all, with the way our season is going, anything can happen. You'd be suprised how hard Gooners can be on their team.
Rocky7
Well predicted fellas :)
Rocky7
 

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