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Week 2 - Premier League 11/12

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Saturday, 20 August 2011Barclays Premier LeagueSunderland v Newcastle, 12:00Arsenal v Liverpool, 12:45Aston Villa v Blackburn, 15:00Everton v QPR, 15:00Swansea v Wigan, 15:00Chelsea v West Brom, 17:30Sunday, 21 August 2011Barclays Premier LeagueNorwich v Stoke, 13:30Wolverhampton v Fulham, 14:00Bolton v Man City, 16:00Monday, 22 August 2011Barclays Premier LeagueMan Utd v Tottenham, 20:00Tuesday, 23 August 2011Uefa Champions League QualifyingApoel Nicosia v Wisla Krakow, (agg 0-1), PO, L2, 19:45FC Zurich v Bayern Munich, (agg 0-2), PO, L2, 19:45Genk v Maccabi Haifa, (agg 1-2), PO, L2, 19:45Malmo v Dinamo Zagreb, (agg 1-4), PO, L2, 19:45Villarreal v Odense BK, (agg 0-1), PO, L2, 19:45Carling CupCrystal Palace v Crawley Town, R1, 19:30Aston Villa v Hereford, R2, 19:45Bournemouth v West Brom, R2, 19:45Brighton v Sunderland, R2, 19:45Bristol Rovers v Watford, R1, 19:45Burnley v Barnet, R2, 19:45Bury v Leicester, R2, 19:45Cardiff v Huddersfield, R2, 19:45Charlton v Reading, R1, 19:45Doncaster v Leeds, R2, 19:45Millwall v Morecambe, R2, 19:45Northampton v Wolverhampton, R2, 19:45Norwich v MK Dons, R2, 19:45QPR v Rochdale, R2, 19:45Shrewsbury v Swansea, R2, 19:45Wycombe v Nott'm Forest, R2, 19:45Wednesday, 24 August 2011Uefa Champions League QualifyingRubin Kazan v Lyon, (agg 1-3), PO, L2, 17:00Benfica v FC Twente, (agg 2-2), PO, L2, 19:45Plzen v FC Copenhagen, (agg 3-1), PO, L2, 19:45SK Sturm Graz v BATE Borisov, (agg 1-1), PO, L2, 19:45Udinese v Arsenal, (agg 0-1), PO, L2, 19:45Carling CupBristol City v Swindon, R1, 19:45Exeter v Liverpool, R2, 19:45Peterborough v Middlesbrough, R2, 19:45West Ham v Aldershot, R1, 19:45Blackburn v Sheffield Wed, R2, 20:00Bolton v Macclesfield, R2, 20:00Everton v Sheffield Utd, R2, 20:00Thursday, 25 August 2011Uefa Europa League QualifyingTottenham v Hearts, (agg 5-0), PO, L2, 20:00Spartak Moscow v Legia Warsaw, (agg 2-2), PO, L2, 16:00Dinamo Bucharest v Vorskla Poltava, (agg 1-2), PO, L2, 16:15Rennes v Red Star Belgrade, (agg 2-1), PO, L2, 17:30PSV Eindhoven v SV Ried, (agg 0-0), PO, L2, 17:45AEK Larnaca v Rosenborg, (agg 0-0), PO, L2, 18:00Alania Vladikavkaz v Besiktas, (agg 0-3), PO, L2, 18:00Dynamo Kiev v Litex Lovech, (agg 2-1), PO, L2, 18:00FC Spartak Trnava v Lokomotiv Moscow, (agg 0-2), PO, L2, 18:00Gaz Metan Medias v Austria Vienna, (agg 1-3), PO, L2, 18:00Dinamo Tbilisi v AEK Athens, (agg 0-1), PO, L2, 18:05CSKA Sofia v Steaua Bucharest, (agg 0-2), PO, L2, 18:30Hapoel Tel-Aviv v Ekranas Panevezys, (agg 0-1), PO, L2, 18:30Schalke 04 v HJK Helsinki, (agg 0-2), PO, L2, 18:30Young Boys v Braga, (agg 0-0), PO, L2, 18:30Rapid Bucharest v Slask Wroclaw, (agg 3-1), PO, L2, 19:00Sparta Prague v FC Vaslui, (agg 0-2), PO, L2, 19:00Helsingborgs v Standard Liege, (agg 0-1), PO, L2, 19:15Panathinaikos v Macc Tel-Aviv, (agg 0-3), PO, L2, 19:15Anderlecht v Bursaspor, (agg 2-1), PO, L2, 19:30Club Bruges v FC Zestafoni, (agg 3-3), PO, L2, 19:30Dnipro v Fulham, (agg 0-3), PO, L2, 19:30FC Sion v Celtic, (agg 0-0), PO, L2, 19:30Guimaraes v Atletico Madrid, (agg 0-2), PO, L2, 19:30Partizan Belgrade v Shamrock Rovers, (agg 1-1), PO, L2, 19:30Rangers v NK Maribor, (agg 1-2), PO, L2, 19:30Trabzonspor v Athletic Bilbao, (agg 0-0), PO, L2, 19:30AZ Alkmaar v Aalesunds FK, (agg 1-2), PO, L2, 19:45Birmingham v Nacional, (agg 0-0), PO, L2, 19:45Rabotnicki Skopje v Lazio, (agg 0-6), PO, L2, 19:45Roma v Slovan Bratislava, (agg 0-1), PO, L2, 19:45Sochaux v FC Metalist Kharkiv , (agg 0-0), PO, L2, 19:45Stoke v FC Thun, (agg 1-0), PO, L2, 19:45Karpaty Lviv v PAOK Salonika, (agg 0-2), PO, L2, 20:00Paris SG v Differdange, (agg 4-0), PO, L2, 20:00Red Bull Salzburg v Omonia Nicosia, (agg 1-2), PO, L2, 20:05Sevilla v Hannover 96, (agg 1-2), PO, L2, 20:05Sporting v FC Nordsjaelland, (agg 0-0), PO, L2, 21:15Carling CupScunthorpe v Newcastle, R2, 19:45

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Missing all games tomorrow coz of V festival kmt.Man Utd v Spurs on my bday :D

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I'm hoping Palace have a good cup run.Great result on Tuesday, jeez!

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Arsenal host Liverpool on the second weekend of the new Premier League season, while Sunderland and Newcastle meet in the Wear-Tyne derby.Chelsea welcome West Brom to Stamford Bridge, Blackburn travel to Aston Villa, Everton begin their campaign against Queens Park Rangers, and new-boys Swansea host their first Premier League match when Wigan visit Wales.On Sunday, Manchester City make the short trip to Bolton, Norwich take on Stoke, and Wolves and Fulham meet at Molineux.Arsenal have been headline fodder for at least the last month and they will play their first Premier League match since selling Cesc Fabregas when top-four rivals Liverpool visit Emirates Stadium on Saturday lunchtime, live on Sky Sports HD2/2.Click below for individual match previews and facts:SaturdaySunderland v NewcastleArsenal v LiverpoolAston Villa v BlackburnEverton v QPRSwansea v WiganChelsea v West BromSundayNorwich v StokeWolves v FulhamBolton v Man CityIt also remains to be seen whether Samir Nasri is still an Arsenal player come the weekend, with the Frenchman reportedly set to complete a move to Manchester City to add to the problems facing under-pressure manager Arsene Wenger.Bitter neighboursSteve Bruce's new-look Sunderland kick-off their High Noon showdown against bitter neighbours Newcastle at the Stadium of Light with the humiliation of last season likely to still be stinging.Much has changed at both clubs since Newcastle's 5-1 win at St James' Park last October, but a 1-1 draw on Wearside in January was hardly the perfect response and Sunderland will be in a determined mood.Andre Villas-Boas suffered a frustrating start to life in the Premier League in a 0-0 draw at Stoke last weekend, so will expect goals from his Chelsea side when West Brom visit London in Saturday's evening kick-off.The match will also see Chelsea assistant boss Roberto Di Matteo reunited with West Brom six months after he was sacked as manager at The Hawthorns.Live on Sky SportsvsArsenal v LiverpoolAugust 20, 2011 12:00pmRemote RecordBlackburn have tried - and failed - to sign legendary Spanish striker Raul in the build-up to their 3pm kick-off at Aston Villa on Saturday.The transfer activity is a clear indication Ewood Park manager Steve Kean knows improvements are required in the wake of an opening day defeat at Wolves, while Villa endured a forgettable 0-0 draw against Fulham.Rude awakeningQueens Park Rangers were last weekend given a rude awakening by Bolton on their return to the top flight and, in the wake of Tony Fernandes' takeover, Neil Warnock will know an immediate response is required at Everton.David Moyes' Goodison Park club are playing their first match of the season after their opener against Tottenham was postponed as a result of the London riots.Swansea, like their fellow former Championship competitors, QPR, also conceded four goals in their first game of the season as they were hammered by a David Silva and Sergio Aguero-inspired Manchester City.A fiery atmosphere can therefore be expected at the Liberty Stadium when Wigan, who could in the long run prove to be relegation rivals, arrive in South Wales.After his half-hour cameo against Swansea, Aguero can be expected to start at Bolton on Sunday, live on Sky Sports HD1/1, despite Manchester City manager Roberto Mancini's insistence the Argentine is not yet 100 per cent fit.If the deal is completed in time, the match could also see Nasri make his City debut against a Bolton team who joined their North West rivals at the top of the table after the first round of fixtures.Elsewhere, after a creditable draw at Wigan on the opening day, Paul Lambert's Norwich will aim to do even better against Stoke when Premier League football returns to Carrow Road.Finally, Fulham travel to Molineux to take on Wolves, with both sides hoping for an improvement on the 1-1 draw in the Midlands in April.
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All La Liga games postponed.

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Good games this weekend
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We need 2 destroy the scumno bent this season

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Back to the Villa :D Sky are shite, Arsenal v Liverpool on over the Tyne-Weir derby.

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Did you expect differently?

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Not really, but what neutral wants to watch Arsenal v Liverpool over that? Bullshit.

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where would one have to go to download this sopcast thing?

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how can dalgleish pick henderson over suarezhope arsenal bang them

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Suarez wasn't even meant to start the first two games of the season.But lol at still not having Alberto in the squad. Kmt.

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Anyone got a stream? Myp2p is down and that one rsonist posted wants sms confirmation, f*ck that

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Team to play Liverpool: Szczesny, Sagna, Vermaelen, Koscielny, Jenkinson, Frimpong, Ramsey, Nasri, Arshavin, Walcott, Van Persie Subs: Fabianski, Oxlade-Chamberlain, Ryo, Miquel, Chamakh, Lansbury, Bendtner

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