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Weekends Football 4/6 March


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Friday 

Championship 

Sheff Utd v Forest SS3

Saturday 

Premier League 

Leicester v Leeds 12.30pm BT Sport 1

Burnley v Chelsea m

Newcastle v Brighton 

Norwich v Brentford 

Wolves v Palace 

Liverpool v West Ham 5.30pm SS2

MOTD 10.30pm

Championship 

Fulham v Blackburn 12.30pm SS3

Bristol City v Small Heath 

Derby v Barnsley 

Hull v Albion 

Middlesbrough v Luton 

Preston v Bournemouth 

QPR v Cardiff 

Reading v Millwall 

Stoke v Blackpool 

Swansea v Coventry 

EFL on Quest 9pm

Sunday 

Premier League 

Super Sunday 

Watford v Arsenal 2pm SS2

Man City v Mam Utd 4.30pm SS2

MOTD 2 10.30pm

 

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Sheffield United - Nottm Forest might still be 0-0, but it’s been a cracker of a game. Forest just missed a pen they never should have had. Great entertainment on a Friday night. 

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40 minutes ago, El Zen said:

Sheffield United - Nottm Forest might still be 0-0, but it’s been a cracker of a game. Forest just missed a pen they never should have had. Great entertainment on a Friday night. 

Keinan is looking very good 👍 

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19 minutes ago, S-Platt said:

Keinan is looking very good 👍 

Keinan is being Keinan. Being a real handful, but still looking like he could play for months without scoring. 

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Great game and thrilling climax, which gave Forest the point they deserved.

Keinan had good game and had some great moments - he's going to be a key player for Forest this season.

The Championship might night not be as technically proficient as the Prem but you can't beat it for, thrills, spills and excitement.

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2 minutes ago, a m ole said:

I do miss the Championship a little bit.

Yep it's like football used to be like! I know the Prem is the place to be but the Championship is a better league as a fan.

I think the Play Offs help too with loads of teams competing so keeps the season alive longer.

Prem should introduce something similar for a Champions League place or Europa League to give a few more teams something to play for.

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really looks like we have a chance of seeing Sheff utd back in the PL next season (via the playoffs).

Never would have thought that might be the case, considering their really, really poor start to the season, they must be the form team in the Champ right now, or at least 2nd form wise.

Interesting that Hourihane isnt even a starter for them, although im not surprised.

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4 minutes ago, S-Platt said:

Yep it's like football used to be like! I know the Prem is the place to be but the Championship is a better league as a fan.

I think the Play Offs help too with loads of teams competing so keeps the season alive longer.

Prem should introduce something similar for a Champions League place or Europa League to give a few more teams something to play for.

It’s actually competitive, there’s no cheat code teams and it’s all just a bit more fun.

I say this in my early thirties too, it’s crazy how sanitised the premier league is now. Love Villa being at the top, but it does lose something.

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4 hours ago, MaVilla said:

really looks like we have a chance of seeing Sheff utd back in the PL next season (via the playoffs).

Never would have thought that might be the case, considering their really, really poor start to the season, they must be the form team in the Champ right now, or at least 2nd form wise.

Interesting that Hourihane isnt even a starter for them, although im not surprised.

Them and Luton have sneaked up on some teams. Boro and Forest were doing similar a few weeks before 

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