Ah yes, what a win will do to the poor faithful--suckering them back into having hope that all is not lost--but then: "It ain't over till it's over" After the way the Crapids handled SJ yesterday I'm not very hopeful about the Revs getting three points in this match. Yet this is gut check time and yesterdays come from behind win could just get this bunch of under achievers to do the un-thinkable and win a critical match--at home. We will be back playing of a full size field so I don't expect to see SN starting a 4-5-1 again but you never know. There will be more space in midfield at home and he could do it as a way of stiffling what sure looked like a potent CRapid offense yesterday. I'm guessing he goes with a 4-4-2 with Woldi getting a start up top with TnT. With Rusty elegable, who in defensive crew sit?