Here’s every remaining fixture so do we stay up or not?


If you are still searching high and low for something to do in this awful lock down we now have the perfect opportunity.

Before we entered this delay I published my own thoughts on whether  we would escape relegation and came to the conclusion we would with some comfort.

If we can start as we finished I still believe that will be the case and that we will finish up with 39 points which will put us well clear of the current bottom three who I believe are destined to spend next season in the Championship.

Frankly, the sooner this season is put to bed the better but in the meantime we need to ensure that whether or not we agree with what’s going on nationally, our team needs to come out with all guns firing and escape …and fast!

Thankfully Sky Sports have published every remaining fixture so here’s your homework for tonight 🙂 Who do you believe will go down.

Will we escape or not?

Wit thanks to Sky, here are the remaining fixtures – give us your verdicts 

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Hugh Southon is a lifelong Iron and the founding editor of ClaretandHugh. He is a national newspaper journalist of many years experience and was Bobby Moore's 'ghost' writer during the great man's lifetime. He describes ClaretandHugh as "the Hammers daily newspaper!"

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  • Kevin says:

    All rather pointless really. ; the season should be curtailed , finished , ended .
    Too many people infected and dying and dead . Why is football so important right now ?
    This is the perfect time for English football to lead the way and say : enough is enough .
    But Big Money rules over human lives apparently .

  • James Gunn says:

    Unfortunately I think we’ll get relegated, we’re notoriously slow starters and this will effectively be treated like a new season. Players always look unfit after a long break as well.

  • zahama says:

    True Kevin – and as for staying up what is worrying is that under Moyes (who I supported) we are yet to win a single point away from home

    We could argue that we have been unlucky (if Declan Rice was penalised for handball against Sheffield Utd then surely Glenn Murray should have been penalised for Brighton’s equaliser – which would have seen us two points better off)

    But as Kevin says in the current climate it sounds callous to say that we would be “gutted” by relegation

  • Billy says:

    36 points max, we are renowned bottlers, David (win is what I do) will be in charge in the championship next year, should have been null and void, it’s down to the mindless obsession with Liverpool.

    • Marc says:

      Absolutely NOTHING to do with liverpool! It’s as kevin said to do with money and monies owed to sky bt etc if they dont finish. And honestly I csnt blame them whether you agree with Kevin or not and I do totally respect his pov but this is also life unfortunately and it does have to go on.

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