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a brief but vigorous fight

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Last season the four Edinburgh set-tos in the league made up 80, 30, 40 and 65, an average of 54.
Despite their vastly different stations in life, the latter insists that during their sessions it's "his castle, his rules" leading to some very funny comic set-tos.
And, putting to one side last season's play-off semi-finals, have the Black Country and Second City set-tos ever been as important in recent years?
Such set-tos were a means of publicity and it often enabled the winner to charge a higher fee for its services.
Stories coming out of Edgbaston about Mark Greatbatch ruling with aloof bluntness and serious rumblings of arguments and set-tos are damaging this once great club.
Bookies are generally offering around 5-2 that there will be a red card in today's Mersey derby - in its own right a decent bet because in the last seven Scouse set-tos there have been seven sendings-off, the majority for dirty Evertonian gits.
Saturday's World Cup qualifier -- and the visit of the Irish next March -- have simply confirmed the appetite supporters have for these domestic set-tos.