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Weekends football 6/9 November


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Friday

Championship

Forest v Derby SS1

FA Cup 1st Round

Salford v Notts County 7.55pm BBC 2

Saturday

Premier League

Bournemouth v Newcastle 12.45 BT Sport

Leicester v Watford

Man Utd v Albion

Norwich v Swansea

Sunderland v Southampton

West Ham v Everton

Stoke v Chelsea 5.30 SS1 SNF

MOTD 11pm

Championship

Huddersfield v Leeds 12.30 SSS1

Bolton v Bristol City

Brighton v MK Dons

Cardiff v Reading

Charlton v Sheff Wed

Fulham v Small Heath

Hull v Middlesbrough

QPR v Preston

Rotherham v Ipswich

Wolves v Burnley

FLT 9pm

FA Cup 1st Round

AFC Wimbledon v Forest Green Rovers

Altrincham v Barnsley

Accrington Stanley v York City

Barnet v Blackpool

Barwell v Welling

Burton Albion v Peterborough United

Bury v Wigan Athletic

Cambridge United v Basingstoke Town

Coventry City v Northampton Town

Crawley Town v Luton Town

Crewe Alexandra v Eastleigh

Dagenham & Redbridge v Morecambe

Doncaster Rovers v Stalybridge

Dover Athletic v Stourbridge

Grimsby Town v St Albans City

Hartlepool Unitedv Cheltenham Town

Leyton Orient v Staines Town

Mansfield Town v Oldham Athletic

Millwall v AFC Fylde

Northwich Victoria v Boreham Wood

Plymouth Argyle v Carlisle United

Portsmouth v Macclesfield Town

Rochdale AFC v Swindon Town

Scunthorpe United v Southend United

Sheffield United v Worcester City

Stevenage v Gillingham

Walsall v Fleetwood Town

Wealdstone v Colchester United

Sunday

Premier League

Liverpool v Palace

Super Sunday

Arsenal v Spurs 4pm SS1

MOTD2 10.30pm

FA Cup 1st Round

Didcot Town v Exeter City

Aldershot Town v Bradford City

Brackley Town v Newport County

Braintree Town v Oxford United

Bristol Rovers v Chesham United Gainsborough Trinity v Shrewsbury Town

FC Halifax v Wycombe Wanderers

Maidstone United v Yeovil Town

White Hawk v Lincoln City

Port Vale v Maidenhead United

FA Cup Highlights 6pm BBC2

Monday

FA Cup 1st Round

FC United of Manchester v Chesterfield BT Sport

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Great tweet

Salford City with the magical story of what can be achieved simply by changing your entire identity and having millions of pounds. Amazing.

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Really don't know what I want from the Newcastle Bournemouth game as ideally we don't want either team getting any more points.. Suppose a draw is best for us

draws between the sides in the bottom 6 or so are always the best result, one less point for them to share means the total points needed for safety is lower.

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