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    So . . . um . . . the FA Cup matches today . . . played out just like we all thought, right?!

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    Quote Originally Posted by huja:
    So . . . um . . . the FA Cup matches today . . . played out just like we all thought, right?!
    I missed the games last night, and only looked up the scores after reading your post. Chelsea to lose 4-2 whilst leading 2-0 at one point playing at home?!?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Trebor:
    Yeovil are three divisions higher than Dover (and only two below the premier league - league 1) and were in the Championship until 2 or 3 seasons ago.

    Dover have never been in the football league so i'm surprised you know them unless you are talking geographically in which case yeovil is in the west country south of bristol and north west of bournemouth.
    It's been awhile; sorry for my late reply Trebor and thanks for the heads up. Yeah was wondering where to find Yeovil on the map :-) It sounds not really English IMHO.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Proplus:
    I missed the games last night, and only looked up the scores after reading your post. Chelsea to lose 4-2 whilst leading 2-0 at one point playing at home?!?
    The last weekend round was amazing and unreal. Followed the L van Gaal press conference prior the Cambridge game and he was highlighting how serious the EPL Clubs are preparing for the FA Cup:-) especially vs lower league teams! He said it makes no difference if you face Arsenal, Barcelona or Cambridge :-) There're no weak squads. And now this 2:4 Chelsea home defeat after leading 2:0. That's crazy. ManCity also with a huge upset and the others were far from convincing including LvG ManU:-)


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    Premier League 2014/15 Discussion Thread

    1 Chelsea 53
    2 ManCity 48
    3 ManU 43
    4 Southampton 42
    5 Arsenal 42
    6 Tottenham 40



    16 Aston Villa 22
    17 Burnley 20
    18 Hull City 19
    19 QPR 19
    20 Leicester 17




    Round 24
    Kick off with the London Derby

    Tottenham v Arsenal
    Aston Villa v Chelsea
    Leicester v Palace
    ManCity v Hull City
    QPR v Southampton
    Swansea v Sunderland
    Everton v Liverpool
    Burnley v West Brom
    Newcastle v Stoke
    West Ham v ManU





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    Hull really need 3 points, well miracles do happen but I am not holding my breath.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hullexile:
    Hull really need 3 points, well miracles do happen but I am not holding my breath.
    Fingers crossed :-)


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    Quote Originally Posted by hullexile:
    Hull really need 3 points, well miracles do happen but I am not holding my breath.
    Almost :-) City 1:1 Equalizer 90' Milner

    ManCity v Hull 1:1
    Tottenham v Arsenal 2:1
    QPR v Southampton 0:1
    Leicester v Palace 0:1
    Swansea v Sunderland 1:1
    Aston Villa v Chelsea 1:2


    Off topic but remarkable.

    Atletico Madrid v Real Madrid 4:0




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    I would have gladly taken a point at the start of the match so I can't be too disappointed, but almost.....

    Football is crazy, lose 0-3 at home to Newcastle then almost beat Man City away.

    Hull's upcoming fixtures: home v Villa, home v QPR, away Stoke, home Sunderland, away Leicester - could easily get 10 or more points from those 5 games which would put us much nearer safety. On the other hand we could get sod all and be stuffed.

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    Halftime

    Burnley v West Brom 2:1


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