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Midweek football 5/8 November


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Monday

Premiership

Monday Night Football Albion at home against bottom side Southampton

Tuesday

Championship

Small Heath v Bristol City Brighton v Peterborough Burnley v Leeds United

Charlton v Cardiff Derby v Barnsley Huddersfield v Blackburn

Hull v Wolves Nottm Forest v Middlesbrough Sheff Wed v Blackpool Watford v Millwall Bolton v Leicester 8pm Crystal Palace v Ipswich 8pm

Champions League

Man City home against Ajax ITV Real Madrid v Borussia Dortmund Sky Sports 4 Sky Sports 2 Schalke 04 v Arsenal Other games Sky Sports 4 via red button AC Milan v Malaga Anderlecht v Zenit St P'sbg Dynamo Kiev V FC Porto Paris SG V Din Zagreb Olympiakos V Montpellier

Wednesday

Champions League

Celtic V Barcelona Sky Sports 2 Braga v Man Utd Sky Sports 4 Chelsea V Shakhtar Donetsk Sky Sports 3

Other Games Sky Sports 4 via red button Juventus V Nordsjaelland Bayern Munich V Lille Valencia V BATE Borisov Benfica V Spartak Moscow

Thursday

Europa League

Anzhi Makhachkala v Liverpool 5pm ITV 4 Spurs v NK Maribor 8.05 ITV 4 Club Bruges v Newcastle 6pm ESPN

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Keeenaaaaaaaan! How has such a legend still not got a custom title above his avatar?

We should start a poll on what it should be.

Good win for Monday Night Football Albion. Southampton really do look poor defensively. Gary Neville was pretty scathing of them at half time, saying the manager can't prepare for his defenders sporadically being lazy and giving away goals.

They still look decent going forward but each time they did you just kinda felt Monday Night Football Albion would catch them on the break.

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Southampton are down, Reading probsbly as well though i expect them to get better along with QPR. Hopefully Stoke will join them st lasy! About time they **** off out of the league

I watched Reading vs QPR game, and at least to my eyes QPR's game pretty much complete mess without cohesive gameplan, and they mostly rely on couple individuals pulling decisive performances, but unfortunately I can see them buying themselves out of the troubles in january and once they sack Hughes and hire Honest Harry they start slowly getting points and staying up.

I can see Reading going down too, third one is harder to predict but probably Norwich, QPR and Wigan are good candidates.

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Skysports graham Bailey tweeted expecting an update shortly, adkins was just asked on sky will you still be southampton manager Saturday, just said i hope so. His down at 1/4 at the bookies now

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