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Friday 29th March: 

 

3:00pm 

Watford 3-3 Burnley

Blackburn 1-1 Blackpool

 

5:30pm

Crystal Palace 0-4 Small Heath

 

7:45pm

Derby 3-0 Bristol City

Leicester 0-1 Millwall

 

Saturday 30th March:

 

12:45pm

Sunderland 0-1 Manchester United  *Martin O'Neill sacked following this result* 

 

3:00pm

Swansea 1-2 Tottenham Hotspur

West Ham 3-1 West Brom

Wigan 1-0 Norwich

Arsenal 4-1 Reading

Manchester City 4-0 Newcastle United

Southampton 2-1 Chelsea

 

5:30pm

Everton 1-0 Stoke City

 

Sunday 31st March:

 

1:30pm

Aston Villa 1-2 Liverpool

 

 

Monday 1st April 

 

12:30pm 

Chelsea 1-0 Manchester United (FA Cup) 

 

3:00pm - full round of Championship fixtures including;

Small Heath 2-3 Wolves. 

 

8:00pm

Fulham 3-2 QPR

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Yup, 4 games in 8 days is going to be tough.

 

If only they had £300m worth of international footballers in their squad to cope with weeks like this eh? :lol: 

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exactly Rev, I certainly don't sympathise with them in that respect but even Chelsea will have issues putting out 4 strong sides without some signs of tiredness showing.

 

Wonder how much game time Torres will get? :D

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Leicester had a player sent off in the 3rd minute tonight.  They held out until the 87th minute before finally conceding a goal, losing 1-0.  I'd imagine that is really **** annoying. 

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Does it really matter? They can't go up or down, I actually hope they beat the Dingles on Monday and help send them down

Probably had a bet on them ;)

busted. However got it back in the evenings ko.

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Few bets on this weekend.

QPR to beat Fulham,

Man City -1

Both Arsenal and Spurs games to end in draw

Villa to beat Liverpool with Weimann scoring.

Chelsea to beat Southampton

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Man Utd: De Gea, Rafael, Buttner, Smalling, Vidic, Carrick, Valencia, Anderson, Young, Kagawa, van Persie.

 

Sunderland team v Man Utd: Mignolet, Bardsley, Rose, O'Shea, Bramble, N'Diaye, Gardner, McClean, Johnson, Sessegnon, Graham.

 

Nice team by United.. this makes me happy.

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