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Football League 2020/21 - 23-24th October, 2020

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all kick-offs 15.00 unless stated

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Friday 23rd October, 2020
Nottm Forest vs Derby, 19.45

Saturday 24th October, 2020
Bristol City vs Swansea
Cardiff vs Middlesbrough
Coventry vs Blackburn
Huddersfield vs Preston
Millwall vs Barnsley
Norwich vs Wycombe
QPR vs Birmingham
Reading vs Rotherham
Sheff Weds vs Luton
Stoke vs Brentford
Watford vs Bournemouth, 12.30

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Saturday 24th October, 2020
Accrington Stanley vs Bristol Rovers
Blackpool vs MK Dons
Burton vs AFC Wimbledon
Doncaster vs Crewe
Gillingham vs Fleetwood, 13.00
Hull vs Peterborough
Lincoln vs Ipswich
Northampton vs Charlton
Oxford vs Swindon
Shrewsbury vs Rochdale
Sunderland vs Portsmouth
Wigan vs Plymouth
 

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Saturday 24th October, 2020
Barrow vs Walsall
Bradford vs Newport
Cambridge vs Bolton
Cheltenham vs Mansfield
Colchester vs Harrogate
Exeter vs Scunthorpe, 13.00
Grimsby vs Carlisle
Morecambe vs Forest Green
Oldham vs Port Vale
Salford vs Crawley
Stevenage vs Leyton Orient
Tranmere vs Southend

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After a good point against Bournemouth, let's hope we can push on and beat Boro now. Need to start winning our home games. 

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Swindon vs Oxford postponed due to COVID cases in the Swindon side.

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2 minutes ago, Bluebird Hewitt said:

Currently 1-1 between Forest and Derby, for anyone remotely interested. 

Happy to just leave them to it and let them have their moment for 2 days in a year...

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5 minutes ago, Bluebird Hewitt said:

Currently 1-1 between Forest and Derby, for anyone remotely interested. 

Like the Villa Leeds thread mate.... A ghost town

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Just realised it's the top 4 in League One all play each other. Hull host Peterborough and Lincoln host Ipswich. 

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Once again not really sure on how Grimsby will do this weekend but hopefully a better performance on what we showed against Harrogate in midweek. 

Keeping an eye on the Morecambe game too as it's the focus of the latest episode of my podcast. Got a habit of the teams either doing really well or really shit on the weekend they are the focus.

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On 23/10/2020 at 21:08, Bluebird Hewitt said:

Currently 1-1 between Forest and Derby, for anyone remotely interested. 

I used to really enjoy that fixture until I recognised Sky feel the need to say Brian Clough's name every 45 seconds.

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On 24/10/2020 at 00:05, Stan said:

Just realised it's the top 4 in League One all play each other. Hull host Peterborough and Lincoln host Ipswich. 

A good indicator of where Peterborough and Lincoln are seeing them beat the two pace setters in the divison. Pompey ending Sunderland's unbeaten record too. I know its very early days (and Doncaster look good) but it wouldn't be a massive surprise if those six end up in the playoffs.

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2 minutes ago, The Palace Fan said:

I used to really enjoy that fixture until I recognised Sky feel the need to say Brian Clough's name every 45 seconds.

Totally agree. Bit like Fred Perry at Wimbledon or Dave Whelan’s broken leg.

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18 minutes ago, DeadLinesman said:

Totally agree. Bit like Fred Perry at Wimbledon or Dave Whelan’s broken leg.

And it used to be 'Frank Lampard's Derby County' when he was there. 

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25 minutes ago, Stan said:

And it used to be 'Frank Lampard's Derby County' when he was there. 

Now it’s “Wayne Rooney’s Derby County” :ph34r:

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1 hour ago, DeadLinesman said:

Totally agree. Bit like Fred Perry at Wimbledon or Dave Whelan’s broken leg.

Legend has it, decades after World War Two ended and they found the last soldier hiding deep in the mountains, his first words to mankind in years were 'Is Dave out of the cast yet?'.

 

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Jesus. Reading 5pts clear. I'm not sure that says a lot about the quality behind them.

Fingers crossed they tail off. Don't fancy having them boring bastards back in the Premier League next season.

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14 minutes ago, Lucas said:

Jesus. Reading 5pts clear. I'm not sure that says a lot about the quality behind them.

Fingers crossed they tail off. Don't fancy having them boring bastards back in the Premier League next season.

They have a lower xG than Wycombe which shows how defensively organised and clinical they've been.

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27 minutes ago, Lucas said:

Jesus. Reading 5pts clear. I'm not sure that says a lot about the quality behind them.

Fingers crossed they tail off. Don't fancy having them boring bastards back in the Premier League next season.

They probably will. You always have teams that start well and then struggle after that. Can't see Reading being any different. 

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19 minutes ago, The Palace Fan said:

They have a lower xG than Wycombe which shows how defensively organised and clinical they've been.

Yeah, seems to be working for them but I really don't want to see a negative side prevail. 

I don't think I'd mind if they at least had something about them but I struggle to see anything.

They are just an extremely bland club.

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