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“To me the that was the best part of the hunt, but ranking right up there in second place was the beautiful six-pointer that I shot about 20 minutes after shooting light.”
“Every league game is crucial but at the moment there is more emphasis on Tuesday because Blackburn are down in the bottom half of the league like us and people will call it a six-pointer and that's the reality.”
“Equally, when they meet again in March, it could be a so-called six-pointer for promotion.”
“Grant will now select his strikers from Frédéric Piquionne, Carlton Cole and Demba Ba, the £6m January signing from Hoffenheim, for the six-pointer at West Bromwich Albion on Saturday .”
“The last of those losses, a six-pointer to Dayton on March 24, ended Illinois 'season in the NIT quarterfinals.”
“The way the table stands at this moment Spurs' trip up to Molineux in early September already has the look of a genuine six-pointer about it.”
“The NBA then sued the NFL because it felt six-pointer was too similar to three-pointer.”
“Coming off a 51-point game and a six-pointer before that,”
“In soccer, they call the Wildcats' win at Nebraska a "six-pointer" because not only did the Wildcats win (worth three points in soccer), but they hung a loss on a direct bubble competitor (denying them three).”
“Half of the Premier League is in action, with eye-cathingish games at the DW Stadium where Manchester United face a Wigan side whose love for a form book-baiting upset makes them a modern WImbledon, and a genuine six-pointer at Molineux, where Blackpool will be looking to build on their 3-1 win over Spurs earlier in the week and Wolves will attempt to prove that the letter "W" isn't cursed this season.”
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