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But, at home, a mere four league wins tells its own tale.
There may be punters who believe Newcastle will show some backbone and force a creditable draw, but the fact that they're 12/1 at Stanleybet to draw 0-0 tells its own tale.
Four tries to one in favour of the French side tells its own tale as the Scarlets failed to break down the Biarritz defence.
Admittedly Pipe adopts a multiple-entry policy for Cheltenham - the last time so many raiders were sent at one target they were trained by Bomber Harris - but that original Gold Cup entry tells its own tale.
e dierence is totally in attitude and the drooping body language of the players tells its own tale.
Schwartzel is ending the year in style with fifth place in Singapore, sixth in Portugal and 11th in Hong Kong and although the Ulsterman shared fifth with him in Singapore, he has not come on as expected after his excellent Ryder cup debut in Valhalla and a ranking of 32nd on the money list, eight spots below Schwartzel, tells its own tale of frustration.
But the fact that churchmen of all denominations will join Archbishop Kelly this evening to celebrate his 25 years as a bishop tells its own tale.
His 14 goals so far this season, compared to four for Donati, tells its own tale.
Twenty draws in 42 games tells its own tale, one which can hopefully be developed at Molineux next season.