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  1. #691

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    postponed games on Matchday 7

    Arsenal v Everton

    Date: 2 March - 03:45am (HKT)
    Venue: Emirates Stadium, London
    Referee: Michael Oliver
    Live TV: NowTV 620,621

    Liverpool v Wolves
    Date: 2 March - 04:00am (HKT)
    Venue: Anfield Stadium, Liverpool
    Referee: Andrew Madley
    Live TV: NowTV 622


    1 Arsenal 57
    2 ManCity 55
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    7 Liverpool 36
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    15 Wolves 24
    16 West Ham 23
    17 Leeds 22
    18 Everton 21
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    FA Cup
    5th Round

    Stoke v Brighton 0:1
    Leicester v Blackburn 1:2
    Fulham v Leeds 2:0
    Bristol v ManCity 0:3

    Thursday (HKT)
    Southampton v Grimsby - 03:15am
    Burnley v Fleetwood - 03:30am
    ManUnited v West Ham - 03;45am
    Sheffield U v Tottenham - 03:55am

    Live TV: MyTVSuper - Soccer 1,2,3,4

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    Arsenal 5 points clear on top !

    Arsenal 4
    Everton 0

    Liverpool 2
    Wolves 0


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    FA Cup
    5th Round

    Southampton v Grimsby Town 1:2
    Burnley v Fleetwood 1:0
    ManUnited v West Ham 3:1
    Sheffield U v Tottenham 1:0

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    FA Cup
    Quarterfinals - Draw

    ManCity v Burnley
    ManUnited v Fulham
    Sheffield U v Blackburn
    Brighton v Grimsby Town

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tom007:
    FA Cup
    5th Round

    Southampton v Grimsby Town 1:2
    Burnley v Fleetwood 1:0
    ManUnited v West Ham 3:1
    Sheffield U v Tottenham 1:0
    Shit that first score is a major upset. Grimsby is on the opposite shore of the Humber to Hull. Probably the biggest win in their history!

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    Quote Originally Posted by hullexile:
    Shit that first score is a major upset. Grimsby is on the opposite shore of the Humber to Hull. Probably the biggest win in their history!
    yeah never heard about them. This town name sounds to me a bit scary .. kinda haunted ?Anyway Southhampton really in poor shape .. Can’t go much lower.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tom007:
    yeah never heard about them. This town name sounds to me a bit scary .. kinda haunted ?Anyway Southhampton really in poor shape .. Can’t go much lower.
    Grim by name grim by nature. Not scary at all just depressed.

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    Matchday 26

    Saturday (HKT)
    ManCity v Newcastle - 8:30pm
    Arsenal v Bournemouth - all 11pm
    Villa v Palace
    Chelsea v Leeds
    Wolves v Tottenham
    Brighton v West Ham

    Sunday
    Southampton v Leicester - 01:30am
    Nottm Forrest v Everton - 10pm

    Match of the Weekend
    Liverpool v ManUnited
    Date: 6 March - 00:30am
    Venue: Anfield Stadium, Liverpool
    Referee: Andrew Madley
    HK TV: NowTV 620, 621

    Tuesday
    Brentford v Fulham - 04:00am

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    20 minutes into the game last night, still 0-0 but Hull being soundly beaten on the pitch.

    Hull player goes to ground injured. Immediately the other players run to the side and huddle round the manager who gives a team talk with lots of instructions. Basketball timeout style.

    Team talk over player recovers, Hull win 2-0.

    Seems like the sort of trick Fergie would have pulled


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