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Friday 18th January, 2019
Norwich vs Birmingham, 19.45

Saturday 19th January, 2019
Aston Villa vs Hull
Blackburn vs Ipswich
Derby vs Reading
Middlesbrough vs Millwall
Nottingham Forest vs Bristol City
QPR vs Preston
Rotherham vs Brentford
Sheff Weds vs Wigan
Stoke vs Leeds
Swansea vs Sheff Utd, 17.30

Monday 21st January, 2019
Bolton vs West Brom, 20.00


Saturday 19th January, 2019
AFC Wimbledon vs Barnsley
Blackpool vs Shrewsbury
Bradford vs Southend
Bristol Rovers vs Wycombe
Charlton vs Accrington Stanley
Doncaster vs Burton
Gillingham vs Walsall
Luton vs Peterborough
Oxford vs Portsmouth
Plymouth vs Coventry
Rochdale vs Fleetwood
Scunthorpe vs Sunderland

Tuesday 22nd January, 2019
AFC Wimbledon vs Fleetwood, 19.45
Plymouth vs Walsall, 19.45


Saturday 19th January, 2019
Cambridge vs Northampton
Carlisle vs Cheltenham
Colchester vs Mansfield
Crawley vs Port Vale
Forest Green vs Bury
Lincoln vs Grimsby, 13.00
Macclesfield vs Oldham
MK Dons vs Crewe
Morecambe vs Stevenage
Newport vs Exeter
Tranmere vs Swindon
Yeovil vs Notts County

Tuesday 22nd January, 2019
Forest Green vs Grimsby, 19.45
Yeovil vs Lincoln, 19.45

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Lincoln v Grimsby is the big one of the weekend for me. Lincoln are doing well at the top of the league but we haven't been massively out of form ourselves and are slowly climbing the table. Cannot wait!

As for Scunny v Sunderland, I'm expecting this to be fairly easy for Sunderland. Great away record against a not so great home record for Scunthorpe.

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Norwich score in 13th minute thanks to Teemu Pukki's header at the near post but shortly after, Che Adams equalises for Birmingham. Been a good game so far!

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Benrahma’s goal was a superb team effort, Maupay with a beautiful strike and Kamo with two nice long rangers. We’re starting to look like a proper team again, still 12 points off he play offs but you never. One game at a time.

Neal Maupay is without doubt the best striker in this division and the best forward we’ve had under Benham’s ownership, Gray, Hogan, Jota and Judge were all great players at their peak but this man is class and only 22, far too good for this division.

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17 hours ago, Stan said:

Not a good day for Grimsby @Pyfish

1-0 loss against Lincoln and finishing the game with 10 men.

We played well to keep it to just 1-0. Our keeper rushed out and tackled and got a straight red with no hesitation from Mike Dean.

Lincoln should have had a couple of players sent off really as there was a lot of elbowing in the box.

A lot of fans on both sides aren’t best pleased with how a Premier League referee handled a local derby game. 

Credit to Lincoln however, they got on with it and managed to sneak the 3 points. It’s easy to see why they are top of the pile.

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Pretty routine 2-0 win for us against a poor Ipswich team. They worked hard enough and Collins was excellent for them at the back, but they lack real quality and offer very little in attack. It could have been more than 2 goals for us with Dack going close on 3 occasions, we hit the woodwork twice and Bennett missed a good chance. Young Lewis Travis was once again excellent in midfield and he is now keeping out of the team much more senior players who Mowbray relied on last season. He looks to have a very bright future ahead of him as an all round energetic midfield who can also cover at full back. Jack Rodwell is also beginning to show some good form at the back with Lenihan - they now have 2 clean sheets in a row. Pleasing to see Nuttall get another goal, now two in two for him, and Armstrong providing assists as it means we are much less reliant on Dack and Graham for goals/assists. 

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One of our better performances in months but we're still miles off the pace of a West Brom side in second gear. 

The people protesting outside the ground need to reconsider the target of their ire. Anderson doesn't want to be here. The unsackable Parkinson, however, still doesn't know his best starting 11, and can't get professional footballers playing like they've even met each other before. 

We're 100 percent down. I put the marginally better performance down to 'shop window' theory. 

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Looking forward to us going down to Forest Green tonight. Without our keeper as he's been banned for three matches for a "professional foul" but our backup keeper who is also our goalkeeping coach is decent and playing against his old team will definitely spur him on. It should be a good game. We lost 4-1 to them at home earlier in the season but we're a much better team now. Come on Town!

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