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Midweek football 14/17 September


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Monday 

Premier League 
West Ham v Newcastle 8pm SS1 MNF

Tuesday 

Champions League 
PSV v Man Utd BT Sport 2
Wolfsburg v Moscow 
PSG v Malmo
Real Madrid v Shakahtar 
Benfica v Astana 
Galatasaray v A Madrid
Man City v Juventus BT Sport Europe 
Sevilla v Monchengladback

Championship
Small Heath v Forest
Brighton v Rotherham
Burnley v MK Dons 
Cardiff v Hull
Charlton v Huddersfield
Leeds v Ipswich
Misdlesbrough v Brentford
Preston v Bristol City
Bolton v Sheff Wed 8pm
Reading v Derby 8pm

Wednesday

Champions League
Dinamo Zargreb v Arsenal BT Sport Europe 
Bayer Leverkusen v BATE Borisov 
Roma v Barcelona
Olympiakos v Bayern Munich
Chelsea v Maccbi Tel Aviv BT Sport 2
Dynamo Kiev v Plrtp
AA Gent v Lyon
Valencia v Zenit

Championship
QPR v Blackburn

Thursday

Europa League 
Bordeaux v Liverpool BT Sport Europe 6pm
Spurs v Qarabag BT Sport Europe 8.05pm

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Tuesday 

Champions League 

Real Madrid v Shakahtar 
 Sevilla v Monchengladback

Championship
Misdlesbrough v Brentford

Wednesday

Champions League
Dinamo Zargreb v Arsenal BT Sport Europe 
Chelsea v Maccbi Tel Aviv BT Sport 2
Dynamo Kiev v Plrtp

"Plrtp" is just wonderful.:crylaugh:

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They do have some half decent players. Sissoko, Wijnaldum, Jaanmat, Krul and maybe even Cisse would walk into our team

I would actually take Cisse but he's very injury prone. But on the flip side players like Richards, Gueye and Amavi would walk into their team.

Point is though who's going to be scoring 10-15 goals for them this season?

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West Ham look pretty good this season. Helps that they have a very solid midfield to use as a base. Kouyate is a dominant physical presence, and Noble a good all round midfelder. They have Song as well to come in when he is fit.

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