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Midweek Football 5/8 April


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Monday 

Premier League

Everton v Palace 6pm SS2

Wolves v West Ham 8.15pm SS2

Championship

Middlesbrough v Watford 12.30pm SS3

Blackburn v Bournemouth

Coventry v Bristol City

Luton v Barnsley 

Forest v QPR

Reading v Derby 

Rotherham v Wycombe 

Stoke v Millwall 

Swansea v Preston 

Sheff Wed v Cardiff 5.30pm SS3

EFl on Quest 9pm

Tuesday 

Champions League  Quarter Final 1st leg

Man City v Dortmund 8pm BT Sport 3

Real Madrid v Liverpool 8pm BT Sport 2

Championship 

Brentford v Small Heath 7pm

Norwich v Huddersfield 7.45pm SS3

Wednesday 

Champions League Quarter Final 1at leg

Porto v Chelsea 8pm BT Sport 2

Bayern Munich v PSG 8pm BT Sport 3

Thursday

Europa League Quarter Final 1at leg

Arsenal v Slavia Prague 8pm BT Sport 1

Granada v Man Utd 8pm BT Sport 2

 

 

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Palace - Everton is a tough watch - not just the game, the massive lens flare and the overactive advertising boards are making it all a bit trippy.

Kevin Friend is refereeing, so I expect an unlikely Palace win in dubious circumstance.

 

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4 minutes ago, OutByEaster? said:

Palace - Everton is a tough watch - not just the game, the massive lens flare and the overactive advertising boards are making it all a bit trippy.

Kevin Friend is refereeing, so I expect an unlikely Palace win in dubious circumstance.

 

JJ Abrams producing and directing the game?

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10 minutes ago, OutByEaster? said:

Palace - Everton is a tough watch - not just the game, the massive lens flare and the overactive advertising boards are making it all a bit trippy.

Kevin Friend is refereeing, so I expect an unlikely Palace win in dubious circumstance.

 

That is why you should be watching Sheff Wed plus there is no VAR!

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9 minutes ago, TrentVilla said:

That is why you should be watching Sheff Wed plus there is no VAR!

I turned it on at half time on your advice, just in time to see wee Barry pulling the strings on Wednesday's fourth.

Ta!

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18 minutes ago, OutByEaster? said:

I turned it on at half time on your advice, just in time to see wee Barry pulling the strings on Wednesday's fourth.

Ta!

Been very entertaining, I often opt for the Champ over PL these days. Bannan has been excellent.

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8 minutes ago, Phil Silvers said:

hold on now palace, draw good for us.

 

Ye keeps Everton just above us with us still to play them, and Palace now very unlikely to catch us, given too that they have a very hard run in.

This west ham v wolves is a similar scenario, probably a draw best for us.

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For me, us, Everton and West Ham are on the same side this season.

The aim is to knock one or two of the big six out of Europe - that's much more valuable to our future than finishing above West Ham or Everton. 

 

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Wolves have to be careful, if they lose today and then get beat by Fulham on Friday they will only be six points above the relegation zone. We did them a big favor in winning yesterday. Not that I think they will be relegated, but things could start getting nervy for them if they don't win today.

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