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Midweek football 3/4 December


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Tuesday

Premiership

Palace v West Ham BT Sport

Championship

Small Heath v Doncaster

Brighton v Barnsley

Burnley v Watford

Ipswich v Blackburn

Millwall v N Forest

QPR v Bournemth

Sheff Wed v Leicester

Yeovil v Blackpool

Bolton v Huddersfld 8pm

Reading v Charlton 8pm

Wednesday

Premiership

Arsenal v Hull City

Liverpool v Norwich

Man Utd v Everton

Stoke City v Cardiff

Sunderland v Chelsea

Swansea v Newcastle BT Sport

Fulham v Spurs 8pm

West Brom v Man City 8pm

MOTD 10.35

Championship

Derby v Middlesbro

Leeds v Wigan

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Newly re-branded West Ham BT Sport will be looking for a win to please their new owners.

I see what you did there. It took me a while. But I see it.

West Ham aren't due a win for aaages :) They clearly can't put 2 good games together. Come on you Eagles.

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It's going to be a real test tonight. West Ham have got more talent in their midfield than Palace - excluding Bannan - and if Bannan wasn't playing I'd expect them to lose by a couple of goals.

 
My feeling is 2-2 draw or 3-2 Palace. 
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To be fair to Bannan, that was a fantastic cross, albeit lucky he got the ball back after a dogshite corner

 

As a side note with that corner, it was very low and almost the complete opposite to the types of corners he did for us, d'you reckon the looping, swinging corner is a Lambert thing rather than Bannan?

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