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Easter Weekend Football 2/4 April


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Friday 

Championship 

Bournemouth v Middlesbrough

Bristol City v Stoke 

Cardiff v Forest

Derby v Luton 

Millwall v Rotherham

Preston v Norwich 

QPR v Coventry 

Watford v Sheff Wed

Wycombe v Blackburn 

Barnsley v Reading 5.30 SS3 

Small Heath v Swansea 8pm SS3

EFL on Quest 9pm

Saturday

Premier League 

Chelsea v Albion 12.30pm BT Sport 1

Leeds v Sheff Utd 3pm Amazon Prime

Leicester v Man City 5.30pm SS2

Arsenal v Liverpool 8pm SS2

MOTD 10.20pm

Championship

Huddersfield v Brentford 12.30pm SS3

Sunday 

Premier League

Man Utd v Brighton 7.15pm BT Sport

Super Sunday 

Southampton v Burnley 12pm SS2

Newcastle v Spurs 2.05pm SS2

MOTD 2 10.30pm

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16 hours ago, andykeenan said:

Barnsley v Reading 5.30 SS3 

aging doctor who GIF by Feliks Tomasz Konczakowski

Every other time has PM but this one it's all I got!?

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Missing the biggest blunder of them all, its titled Easter fixtures so its a bank holiday weekend so that includes the Monday but no Monday fixtures 

Happy Easter Sunday GIF by Lisa Vertudaches

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14 minutes ago, villa4europe said:

Weird that they've spread games out so much this season and then on Easter weekend thetes no Friday game 

International break, some teams only played Wednesday 

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Some big games over the weekend outside the PL.

  • RB Leipzig vs Bayern Mûnich 
  • PSG vs Lille
  •  Torino vs Juve
  • Sevilla vs Atletico

Edit: There is also the all Basque Copa Del Rey final between Athletic Bilbao and Real Sociedad on Saturday night. (The final for the 2019/2020 season)

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Quagliarella with a lovely goal as Donnarumma makes a howler for Milan.

1-0 Samp :hooray: 

Who then instantly gets a guy sent off...

Edit: Not really on Donnarumma as he was only out of position. Was the Milan player who misplaced the pass who was at fault. Lovely finish by Quagliarella thou.

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Chelsea's defensive record is increasingly freakishly ridiculous.

They haven't conceded in any of their last seven games, and they've conceded two goals in fourteen. 

If they did this for a full season they'd concede about six goals.

 

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Timo Werner with the trying to find contact to win a penalty and ending up injuring Branislav Ivanovic who had just been subbed on.

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It's going to be one of THOSE weekends, judging by last nights result and now this.

Bollocks.

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8 minutes ago, rjw63 said:

It's going to be one of THOSE weekends, judging by last nights result and now this.

Bollocks.

So we will win as that will give Baggies a chance of staying up 😉

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