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Midweek football 20/24 April


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Monday

Premiership

Man City v Albion MNF 8pm Sky

Championship

Burnley will be promoted on Monday if they beat Wigan. Even if they lose or draw, they will still be promoted if Derby fail to beat Barnsley. QPR will book their play-off place if they avoid defeat against Watford on Monday. If they lose, they're in the play-offs if two of Brighton, Reading and Ipswich fail to take maximum points. Wigan will book their play-off place if they win at Burnley on Monday and two of Brighton, Reading and Ipswich fail to take maximum points.

Small Heath v Blackburn

Brighton v Blackpool

Burnley v Wigan

Derby v Barnsley

Ipswich v Bournemouth

Millwall v Doncaster

QPR v Watford

Sheff Wed v Charlton

Yeovil v Huddersfield

Leeds v Forest 5.15 Sky

Tuesday

Champions League Semi Final 1st leg

Atletico Madrid v Chelsea ITV

Championship

Bolton v Leicester 8pm

Reading v Middleborough 8pm

Wednesday

Champions League Semi Final 1st leg

Real Madrid v Bayern Munich Sky

Thursday

Europa League Semi Final 1st leg

Benfica v Juventus 8.05 ITV 4

Sevilla v Valencia 8.05

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Monday

Premiership

Man City v Albion MNF 8pm Sky

Championship

Burnley will be promoted on Monday if they beat Wigan. Even if they lose or draw, they will still be promoted if Derby fail to beat Barnsley. QPR will book their play-off place if they avoid defeat against Watford on Monday. If they lose, they're in the play-offs if two of Brighton, Reading and Ipswich fail to take maximum points. Wigan will book their play-off place if they win at Burnley on Monday and two of Brighton, Reading and Ipswich fail to take maximum points.

Small Heath v Blackburn

Brighton v Blackpool

Burnley v Wigan

Derby v Barnsley

Ipswich v Bournemouth

Millwall v Doncaster

QPR v Watford

Sheff Wed v Charlton

Yeovil v Huddersfield

Leeds v Forest 5.15 Sky

Tuesday

Champions League Semi Final 1st leg

Atletico Madrid v Chelsea ITV

Championship

Bolton v Leicester 8pm

Reading v Middleborough 8pm

Wednesday

Champions League Semi Final 1st leg

Real Madrid v Bayern Munich Sky

Thursday

Europa League Semi Final 1st leg

Benfica v Juventus 8.05 ITV 4

Sevilla v Valencia 8.05

 

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Was it me or did Cech look like a right fanny then who couldn't wait to get off?

I didn't buy in to the twisted knee stuff itv were suggesting, the bang didn't look bad enough and he didn't land on it, but he did seem to grab about 4 parts of his body and have a moan about them to the physio

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Sorry if this is bin dunne but what is the deal with Madrid playing the Chelsea keeper? Did they pay the money? Did Chelsea waiver the fee? Is a deal struck on another of their players?

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First time ever a club has had 3 goalkeepers playing in the same game?

They played 3 against Reading when Cech's head got mullered and Cudicini also went off.

 

Actually I think John Terry went in goal IIRC, so maybe not!

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Sorry if this is bin dunne but what is the deal with Madrid playing the Chelsea keeper? Did they pay the money? Did Chelsea waiver the fee? Is a deal struck on another of their players?

was rumoured to be €3m per game, but that clause was because of some wrangling of the fees because atletico couldn't afford the initial fees and courtois himself wanting to stay there, it's now rumoured that they've wrangled another deal for the summer and the €6m will be part of that, not sure if it's courtois for another year or if it's costa going to Chelsea

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Sorry if this is bin dunne but what is the deal with Madrid playing the Chelsea keeper? Did they pay the money? Did Chelsea waiver the fee? Is a deal struck on another of their players?

nope, uefa informed them that it would be illegal to charge atletico to play him and any gentlemens agreement would be against their rules

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Part of uefa statement about it

The integrity of sporting competition is a fundamental principle for Uefa.

‘Both the Uefa Champions League and the Uefa Disciplinary Regulations contain clear provisions which strictly forbid any club to exert, or attempt to exert, any influence whatsoever over the players that another club may (or may not) field in a match.

‘It follows that any provision in a private contract between clubs which might function in such a way as to influence who a club fields in a match is null, void and unenforceable so far as Uefa is concerned.

‘Any attempt to enforce such a provision would be a clear violation of both the Uefa Champions League and the Uefa Disciplinary Regulations and would therefore be sanctioned accordingly.

http://metro.co.uk/2014/04/11/uefa-insist-thibaut-courtois-can-play-for-atletico-madrid-against-chelsea-in-champions-league-semi-finals-4696106/

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