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Weekends football 5/7Feb/Midweek football 9/10 Feb


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Friday

Championship

Brighton v Brentford SS1

Saturday

Premier League

Man City v Leicester BT Sport 12.45pm

Liverpool v Sunderland

Newcastle v Albion

Stoke v Everton

Swansea v Palace

Spurs v Watford

Southampton v West Ham SS1 SNF 5.30pm

MOTD 10.30pm

Championship

Small Heath v Sheff Wed

Bolton v Rottherham

Burnley v Hull

Cardiff v MK Dons

Charlton v Bristol City

Fulham v Derby

Leeds v Forest

Middlesbrough v Blackburn

Preston v Huddersfield

QPR v Ipswich

Reading v Wolves

FLT 9pm

Sunday

Premier League

Super Sunday

Bournemouth v Arsenal 1.30pm

Chelsea v Man Utd 4pm

MOTD 2 10.30pm

Tuesday

FA Cup 4th Round Replay

West Ham v Liverpool BT Sport

Wednesday

FA Cup 4th Round Replay

Peterborough v Albion BBC 1

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That game under Sherwood was the turning point of our season. I think had we won it we wouldn't be in this position now.. I suppose it's easier to take now that they are 6-points clear at the top. 

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1 minute ago, Rodders said:

leicester winning the title would be amazing for football. Come on! I mean they'll never repeat it next season if they do do it but who cares. Must be great to be a fan of theirs right now

I imagine its similar to how we felt in 2009 when we were 2nd or 3rd until about this stage in the season

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1 minute ago, Rodders said:

leicester winning the title would be amazing for football. Come on! I mean they'll never repeat it next season if they do do it but who cares. Must be great to be a fan of theirs right now

They are living the dream in modern football. Top of the league and doing it legit unlike the hollow title wins Man City and Chelsea fans have been experiencing, sure a title win probably still feels great but doing it without buying the league has gotta feel amazing.. 

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