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2 hours ago, It's Your Round said:

I was getting a little bit anxious about tonight’s game, but then I spotted a sign that proves we’ll win. 
 

Yesterday’s games went: draw, draw, home win, away win. 
 

Today’s first two were both draws, so as long as Spuds beat Spam, we are due an away win. 
 

Im happy to take this as proof, don’t question it. 

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33 minutes ago, flashingqwerty said:

Anyone know if this can be watched on sky in ireland?  Cant seem to find it anywhere

Only if you stump up €16.95 on sky box office 

 

which, full disclosure, I just did 

And I feel dirty

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4 minutes ago, Sgl said:

Only if you stump up €16.95 on sky box office 

 

which, full disclosure, I just did 

And I feel dirty

That's actually more than we have to pay😲

Can't believe how the pound has collapsed against the euro. 

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25 minutes ago, Fox1884 said:

No Vardy for us, Iheanacho starting

Jonny Evans and Dennis Praet also playing

but you just know that Iheanaho is going to score, because he always does 😂.

good luck fox! I hope you lose 😉

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1 minute ago, Derryvillan said:

Waikato beat Canterbury in the Mitre 10 Cup and the Allblacks beat Oz this morning in Rugby Don't worry,we've got this.

whew!   what a relief !

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10 minutes ago, Robtaylor200 said:

Was just wondering how many of that said we wouldn't pay up to watch this game have done 🖐️

Which is why fans will always be at the behest to unscrupulous club owners and television companies.  Loyalty and FOMO

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