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Football League 2020/21 - 3-4th November, 2020

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all kick-offs 19.00 (GMT) unless stated

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Tuesday 3rd November, 2020
Blackburn vs Middlesbrough, 19.45
Brentford vs Swansea
Cardiff vs Barnsley, 19.45
Huddersfield vs Bristol City
Norwich vs Millwall
Sheff Weds vs Bournemouth

Wednesday 4th November, 2020
Birmingham vs Wycombe, 19.45
Derby vs QPR, 19.45
Nottm Forest vs Coventry, 19.45
Reading vs Preston
Rotherham vs Luton, 19.45
Watford vs Stoke
 

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Tuesday 3rd November, 2020
AFC Wimbledon vs Doncaster, 19.45
Blackpool vs Wigan
Bristol Rovers vs Peterborough
Charlton vs Fleetwood
Crewe vs Gillingham
Lincoln vs Portsmouth
Northampton vs MK Dons, 19.45
Oxford vs Rochdale
Plymouth vs Swindon
Shrewsbury vs Burton, 18.00
Sunderland vs Ipswich
 

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Tuesday 3rd November, 2020
Bolton vs Mansfield
Bradford vs Southend
Cambridge vs Salford
Carlisle vs Newport
Colchester vs Stevenage
Forest Green vs Leyton Orient
Grimsby vs Barrow
Harrogate vs Tranmere
Morecambe vs Exeter, 18.30
Oldham vs Cheltenham, 18.00
Walsall vs Crawley

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Barrow have impressed since coming up so I hope we don't underestimate them too much.

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Got to look to win this. Been hearing rumours that Harris's position could be under threat if we don't get wins against Barnsley and Bristol City, the latter being ironic in that both Warnock and Johnson were sacked/left in our last two matches against each other. 

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1 hour ago, Pyfish said:

Barrow have impressed since coming up so I hope we don't underestimate them too much.

They and Harrogate have done well so far. Usual thing between non-league and League Two is that it's easier to transition as opposed to League Two > League One or League One > Championship.

But given how long they've been in non-league football they have impressed indeed. 

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5 minutes ago, Stan said:

They and Harrogate have done well so far. Usual thing between non-league and League Two is that it's easier to transition as opposed to League Two > League One or League One > Championship.

But given how long they've been in non-league football they have impressed indeed. 

Absolutely. And given that they lost their manager before the season started and he's now at Bolton makes it all the more impressive. 

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Ivan Toney continues to dominate the division. 

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Good to see Pompey up 1-0 at HT against Lincoln City. 

Sunderland up 1-0 on Ipswich

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Oh shit Cardiff might win their first home game this season :o 

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3 minutes ago, Stan said:

Oh shit Cardiff might win their first home game this season :o 

There's plenty of time for a collapse yet. 

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Big win for Shef Weds. Helped with Bournemouth getting a red card (and they got one themselves late on too) but 3 points and a clean sheet against a side like Bournemouth is a great result.

Blackburn missing Adam Armstrong by the sounds of it...

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2 minutes ago, Stan said:

Big win for Shef Weds. Helped with Bournemouth getting a red card (and they got one themselves late on too) but 3 points and a clean sheet against a side like Bournemouth is a great result.

Blackburn missing Adam Armstrong by the sounds of it...

First league game Arma has missed in over two seasons. Don't really need him when we have Sam Gallagher anyway... :|

I'm only listening to the commentary tonight but we've got Armstrong on there. Not too bad at it in fairness to him.

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11 minutes ago, Stan said:

Big win for Shef Weds. Helped with Bournemouth getting a red card (and they got one themselves late on too) but 3 points and a clean sheet against a side like Bournemouth is a great result.

Blackburn missing Adam Armstrong by the sounds of it...

The wonders of the Championship. They lsot to Wycombe on Saturday as well. 

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Just now, Bluebird Hewitt said:

Wilson with a left foot just outside the 18 yard box to give us a third. 

3-0 and a much better performance. 

Still time for a collapse?

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We actually won! 1-0. Our first win in 5. Happy with that.

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Some strange results last night.

Wednesday beating Bournemouth being the pick of them. That was a really good result for them given they had a week where they lost to Luton, Rotherham and Wycombe.

Minus 1 now. Seven clear of safety. It's not an intimidating gap to overhaul is it.

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1 hour ago, Lucas said:

Some strange results last night.

Wednesday beating Bournemouth being the pick of them. That was a really good result for them given they had a week where they lost to Luton, Rotherham and Wycombe.

Minus 1 now. Seven clear of safety. It's not an intimidating gap to overhaul is it.

Not at all. Their results so far would ordinarily put them about 10th even though they've dipped a bit before last night but if the keep up that same frequency of points or even better it slightly, they'll easily avoid that area of the table you'd like to think. 

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58 minutes ago, Pyfish said:

Not at all. Their results so far would ordinarily put them about 10th even though they've dipped a bit before last night but if the keep up that same frequency of points or even better it slightly, they'll easily avoid that area of the table you'd like to think. 

3 wins, 2 draws, 5 defeats to date after ten games. That's an average of 1.1 points a game.

Keep that up and they will pretty much hit 50pts on the button which statistically should be enough to keep them up.

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Bit of controversy for Watford against Stoke. 

Cleverley deemed to have scored. Shot hits the bar, bounces down but doesn't look over the line. Keeper then grabs the ball and is then bundled over the line. Referee then looks to his watch and signals a goal.

Although I reckon it's buzzed when the keeper is bundled over the line with the ball. Not on Cleverley's initial shot. Very fortunate for Watford! 

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2 hours ago, Lucas said:

3 wins, 2 draws, 5 defeats to date after ten games. That's an average of 1.1 points a game.

Keep that up and they will pretty much hit 50pts on the button which statistically should be enough to keep them up.

Absolutely. And they've been given a massive boost by the fact they've had their deduction cut in half this evening so they're now in positive numbers!

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