The Illuminati

Monthly Points - February 2010

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Monthly Points

August...........7 out of 15 (08/09 - 5 out of 12)
September.....4 out of 15 (12 out of 12)
October........13 out of 15 (12 out of 18)
November......2 out of 9 (7 out of 12)
December.....10 out of 18 (8 out of 15)
January........10 out of 12 (6 out of 9)
February........? out of 15 (5 out of 18)
March.............? out of 15 (18 out of 24)
April...............? out of 18 (9 out of 15)
May................? out of 6 (0 out of 3)

Sat 06 February - Norwich (H)
Sat 13 February - Exeter (H)
Sat 20 February - Wycombe (A)
Tue 23 February - MK Dons (A)
Sat 27 February - Hartlepool (H)

Excellent - 12 points or more
Good - 8 - 11 points
Poor - less than 7 points.

Fantastic February.

First game this month at home to the current league leaders and topscorers. They have the 2nd best away form of 7-4-3 scoring 27(the highest in the league) and conceding 15. They have 3 main goalscorers Holt(23), Martin(18) and Hoolahan(13). Hoolahan also has 14 assists to his name, ahead of Lappin(8), Holt(7) and Martin(5). Although it looks a tough task to win, historically Norwich are 7-8-19 for games at Millwall.
(Last season - n/a)

Next, Exeter at home. They are real relegation candidates and have poor away form of 2-3-10, winning away at Carlsile and Stockport and only keeping 1 clean sheet on the road. Their topscorers are Stansfield(8), Harley(6) and Corr(6). Ryan Harley has the most assists with 6 with the next best being Marcus Stewart with 3. They have an all-time record of 2-6-24 at Millwall, scoring 27 and conceding a whopping 81.
(Last season - n/a)

More relegation contenders as we go to Wycombe, the only team to win at The Den, so far, this season. They have home form of 3-3-8 scoring 14 and conceding 21. Only keeping 1 clean sheet at home, when beating Brentford 1-0. Their topscorers are Pittman(9), Harrold( 8) and Davies(4). Davies also has the most assists with 4. Given their precarious position they were very active in the transfer window bringing in 8 players, time will tell if this has enough effect to save them from the drop, although they started well beating Bristol Rovers 3-2 away. This will be only our 6th visit to Wycombe in the league, we have a record of 2-2-1 in our previous visits.
(Last season - n/a)

3 days later a trip to MK Dons. They have home form of 7-3-4, the lowest of the top 9 sides. Scoring 22 and conceding 16, the 2nd most conceded from sides in the top half of the table. Topscorers are Easter(16) and Baldock(10). Aaron Wilbraham has the most assists with 6. We have a 100% record at MK Dons, although we have only played there once, winning 1-0.
(Last season - won 1-0)

Last game of the month at home to Hartlepool. They have away form of 3-3-9 scoring 20 and conceding 27. They are hovering just above the relegation zone and could be in trouble if the teams below them put some results together. Their topscorers are Boyd(8), Monkhouse(8) and Behan(5). James Brown has the most assists with 4. Historically they have a poor record at our place, 1-1-5 scoring 7 and conceding 17.
(Last season - won 2-0)

A good mix of games with plenty of points to be gained. Hopefully at the end of the month when Spring is on it's way we will be well placed for promotion and play-offs.