Portsmouth fan’s ‘shrewd’ prediction has followers begging him for lottery numbers

Watch out and transfer over, Mystic Meg, a Portsmouth fan is gunning on your job.

Pompey are flying excessive in League One and are on the right track for a return to the Championship after greater than a decade within the decrease leagues. John Mousinho’s aspect received once more on the weekend, beating Oxford to remain seven factors clear on the high of the third tier.

Ahead of the sport, like supporters up and down the nation, Pompey followers have been getting of their pre-match predictions, with one confidently forecasting a end result – or three. The punter caught his neck out when quizzed earlier than the match, stating: “I think we’re either going to win, draw or lose.”

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The clip of the supporter’s daring prediction was shared on social media, leaving followers in hysterics. One declared: “He’s not wrong.”

Another quipped: “Clearly a shrewd student of the game.” A 3rd identified: “Well, they were drawing 1-1 after 6 minutes & they won in the end so, as Meatloaf sang ‘two out of three ain’t bad’.”

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The fan certainly hedged his bets ahead of Portsmouth's game against Oxford
The fan definitely hedged his bets forward of Portsmouth’s recreation towards Oxford

A fourth joked: “Drop me his number… need lottery numbers for Tue.” A fifth added: “He’s put his neck out there. Banking on the game going to Full Time, eh? Got to live a little, right?

A sixth roared: “Classic. With predictions like that he will be replacing Michael Owen on TNT!” Meanwhile, one other joked: “Hedging your bets there mate!”

Pompey took the lead within the second minute when a robust shot from Callum Lang squirmed underneath goalkeeper Jamie Cumming. Oxford quickly equalised by Cameron Brannagan from the penalty slot however Christian Saydee got here off the bench to attain what proved to be winner halfway by the mentioned half.

“You could describe that as a pretty breathtaking display from both sides. It was an enjoyable game to watch and with both teams pressing, it created openings for us and them,” mentioned Pompey boss Mousinho.