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Spudsy2061
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Football This Week: 3rd to 9th of February, 2015
A big week in football is here as another seven days of both league and cup action is set to take place, so here's a look at the big fixture upcoming. FA Cup 4th Round Replay Fulham-Sunderland Premier League opponents last year but now Sunderland must travel to Championship Fulham for their replay. Manchester United-Cambridge United The highest seed left in the draw must face the lowest seed left in the draw after a thrilling 0-0 that will only delight Cambridge fans. Bolton-Liverpool The Reds must travel to the Reebok Stadium to play Neil Lennon's Bolton. Premier League Spurs-Arsenal A red hot Gunners side much travel to White Hart Lane, a place where Spurs downed top of the table Chelsea just under a month ago. Leicester-Palace The bottom of the BPL Foxes must host a Palace side fresh off their first defeat under new manager Alan Pardew. Everton-Liverpool The Merseyside derby tends to usually be a delicious affair and this offers to be no different. Burnley-West Brom A relegation scrap as Burnley look to crawl themselves further away relegation by hosting newly managed West Brom. West Ham United-Manchester United A struggling West Ham must host a Manchester United fresh off snatching 3rd place in the Premier League. Bundesliga Bayern-Schalke Bayern Munich will face a still test at the Allianz Arena as they host 4th place Schalke. Schalke-Monchengladbach After facing Bayern away, Champions League chasing Schalke must host 3rd place Monchengladbach in a fight for the final Champions League spot. VfL Wolfsburg-TSG 1899 Hoffenheim 2nd Place Wolfsburg, with new signing Andre Schurrle, will attempt to chase down the 8 point gap between them and the Bayern side they just beat on Friday by hosting mid-table Hoffenheim. La Liga Real Madrid-Sevilla Real Madrid will host a tough Sevilla hoping to put distance between themselves an a Valencia side looking to leapfrog them for the final Champions League spot. Atletico Madrid-Real Madrid A top of the table Madrid derby as Atletico must host Real with Barcelona looking onward to the top spot.
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@CitySarajevo Depends on your time zone. Are you in the East US?
2 years ago·Reply
@Spudsy2061 Yes I'm on EST.
2 years ago·Reply
@CitySarajevo Either on NBC or NBCSN but half past noon.
2 years ago·Reply
@Spudsy2061 Did you watch the game mate?
2 years ago·Reply
@CitySarajevo I did indeed. 2nd Half I thought was immense. 1st Hal I could have done without.
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