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Football League 2019/20 - 13-15th September, 2019

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all kick-offs 15.00 unless stated

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Friday 13th September, 2019
Derby vs Cardiff, 19.45

Saturday 14th September, 2019
Blackburn vs Millwall
Charlton vs Birmingham
Fulham vs West Brom, 12.30
Hull vs Wigan
Middlesbrough vs Reading
Preston vs Brentford
QPR vs Luton
Stoke vs Bristol City
Swansea vs Nottm Forest

Sunday 15th September, 2019
Barnsley vs Leeds, 12.30
Huddersfield vs Sheff Weds, 12.00
 

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Saturday 14th September, 2019
Accrington Stanley vs Sunderland
AFC Wimbledon vs Shrewsbury
Blackpool vs MK Dons
Burton vs Coventry
Gillingham vs Wycombe
Ipswich vs Doncaster
Lincoln vs Bristol Rovers
Oxford vs Tranmere
Peterborough vs Rochdale
Rotherham vs Bolton
Southend vs Fleetwood
 

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Saturday 14th September, 2019
Crawley vs Mansfield
Crewe vs Cambridge
Exeter vs Leyton Orient
Forest Green vs Colchester
Northampton vs Newport
Oldham vs Grimsby
Port Vale vs Plymouth
Salford vs Cheltenham
Scunthorpe vs Morecambe
Stevenage vs Carlisle
Swindon vs Macclesfield
Walsall vs Bradford

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When the fixtures come out, I looked at trying to see if it was possible to do Fulham v West Brom and QPR v Luton. It would have been a close one, I’d have had to leave Fulham a little bit before the end of the game to make QPR for kick-off but alas, I’m at a wedding that I totally forgot about so that put that idea to bed pretty quickly. 

Can see the pressure ramping up on Nathan Jones at Stoke and Paul Cook at Wigan should they lose their games this weekend. 

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Expecting some good performances from the Grimsby lads this weekend to try and cement their places in the starting XI for the Carabao Cup tie with Chelsea in a couple of weeks.

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Hoping we can kick on and pick up some points now, we looked class against Derby and even though they were shit we ran them all over gaff. Thomas Frank has a choice to make, keep Watkins up top considering his form or put him in his favoured wide position and start Karelis.

Assuming we’ll go:

 

Benrahma - Watkins - Mbeumo 

Henry - Jensen - Norgaard - Canos

Pinnock - Jansson - Jeanvier

Raya

 

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Weather permitting, I'd be happy with a draw here. We've been poor away so far so need to start getting points on the board. 

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I'd like to see the stats on teams dropping points from winning positions over the past 3 season's. We must be right up there. Bowen might keep us up. 

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Another goal for Nketiah for Leeds, seriously good goalscorer should have a very good career at the top level. Hopefully he can be good enough for us. 

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22 hours ago, Chaaay AFC said:

Another goal for Nketiah for Leeds, seriously good goalscorer should have a very good career at the top level. Hopefully he can be good enough for us. 

What impresses me with Eddie is the lads movement. I mean, i expect naivety at his age but his runs off the ball are very intelligent.

Basically makes the goal with them. I also like for such a young lad, he carries a 'good arrogance'. Really believes in himself.

Very impressed. Long may it continue.

 

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Showed great team spirit again in our game to come back from 2-0 down to take it to a late draw. Would have preferred the 3 points but we did bloody well to come back. We seem to be having a season so far where we play much better in the second half than the first. It was the opposite last year and we were throwing victories and draws away so I'll take this!

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No topic for tonight's games, so I'll pop it here. But we looked fucking excellent tonight - we could have been three up before half time. Wonderful attacking football from a group of castoffs who have known each other for a couple of weeks, just stunning. Very, very worthy of a point, if not all three. 

Bring on Sunderland!

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