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Midweek football 10/11 February


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Arsenal v Leicester

Sunderland v QPR

Liverpool v Spurs 8pm BT Sport


Small Heath v Millwall

Blackburn v Rotherham

Blackpool v Middlesbrough

Bournemouth v Derby

Brentford v Watford

Cardiff v Brighton

Charlton v Norwich

Huddersfield v Wolves

Ipswich v Sheff Wed

Bolton v Fulham 8pm

Reading v Leeds 8pm



Chelsea v Everton BT Sport

Man Utd v Burnley

Stoke v Mam City

Southampton v West Ham

Palace v Newcastle 8pm

Albion v Swansea 8pm

MOTD 10.45

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West Brom 1 shot on target after an hour. Pulisinho is really something special


Winning though at home. As Pulis says there's no secret formula to winning home games in the premier league seeing how often he does it. Just keep it tight, even 0-0 at half time so you're not chasing the game and then nick a goal in the second half when the game opens up.


He's done it at Stoke, Palace and now West Brom who hardly won a home game in the first half of the season. 2-0 now.


Do you think we're going to comfortably beat Swansea at home later on in the season?

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Because Mourinho's campaign of 'woe is us' has finally made the FA decide it's not worth the trouble. It proves that moaning is worth it. Fergie constantly had that effect.

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REALLY having trouble understand how Ivanovic escaped an FA ban for this against James McCarthy at Everton. He is a menace to the game ...



Because the Premier League are intimidated by Jose (the new SAF) because if they charged Ivanovic, Moaninho would continue to spout off about this conspiracy against Chelski.

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