Cardiff City have lost their last four matches away, but tomorrow night they go to Charlton Athletic where they hope to claim three easy points: Bluebirds
This might seem realistic given that, as another blogger has pointed out, Charlton's home record would place them in the bottom two while their away record would put them in the top ten.
'Where has it all gone wrong at home?' tweets Richard 'Creepy' Crawley, inviting Charlton fans to send in their moans and groans to Pravda.
The usual suspects have come up with their answer: Chris Powell. The most extreme view is that Powell has one game left, but others argue that whilst he could cut it in League 1, he is not up to the challenges of the Championship and unless he is sacked, relegation looms. As usual, no apparent saviour is on offer.
I would accept the argument that Sir Chris made mistakes in his team selection last Saturday. A 4-5-1 formation would have been better, particularly with Bradley Wright-Phillips clearly lacking confidence. But even Sir Alex Ferguson makes mistakes sometimes.
We are about where I expected to be at this stage of the season (I have the only accurate points forecast at the moment on CAFCPicks). However, I have always thought that the team needed one or two more quality players to make it truly competitive, not least in central midfield.
Our problems have been compounded by injuries. The latest one is to Wilson, who as Drinking During the Game has pointed out was originally nominated as scapegoat of the year, but has really improved since he came to The Valley.
Despite our injury problems, and the undoubted strength of promotion contenders Cardiff City, I do not think that Tuesday night's game is a foregone conclusion. Otherwise I wouldn't make the journey down to London with a return home on Wednesday morning. And, even if we lose, I hope Chris Powell stays.