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Premier LeagueSaturday, September 26, 200912:45 - Portsmouth v Everton - SS1 15:00 - Blackburn Rovers v Aston Villa 15:00 - Tottenham Hotspur v Burnley 15:00 - Birmingham v Bolton Wanderers 15:00 - Wigan Athletic v Chelsea 15:00 - Stoke City v Manchester United 15:00 - Liverpool v Hull City 17:30 - Fulham v Arsenal - ESPN Sunday, September 27, 200916:00 - Sunderland v Wolverhampton Wanderers - SS1 Monday, September 28, 200920:00 - Manchester City v West Ham United - ESPN ChampionshipSaturday, September 26 200912:00 - Scunthorpe United v Doncaster Rovers 15:00 - Sheffield Wednesday v Cardiff City 15:00 - Swansea City v Sheffield United 15:00 - West Bromwich Albion v Crystal Palace 15:00 - Blackpool v Peterborough United 15:00 - Coventry City v Middlesbrough 15:00 - Derby County v Bristol City 15:00 - Leicester City v Preston North End 15:00 - Queens Park Rangers v Barnsley 15:00 - Reading v Watford 17:30 - Ipswich Town v Newcastle United Sunday, September 27, 200913:15 - Plymouth Argyle v Nottingham Forest - SS1Tuesday, September 29, 200919:45 - Barnsley v West Bromwich Albion 19:45 - Bristol City v Blackpool 19:45 - Cardiff City v Derby County 19:45 - Crystal Palace v Sheffield Wednesday 19:45 - Doncaster Rovers v Swansea City 19:45 - Middlesbrough v Leicester City 19:45 - Peterborough United v Plymouth Argyle 19:45 - Preston North End v Reading 19:45 - Sheffield United v Ipswich Town 19:45 - Watford v Coventry City Wednesday, September 30, 200919:45 - Newcastle United v Queens Park Rangers 19:45 - Nottingham Forest v Scunthorpe United La LigaSaturday, September 26, 200917:00 - Athletic Bilbao v Sevilla FC 17:00 - Real Madrid v Tenerife 19:00 - Málaga v Barcelona 21:00 - Valencia v Atlético Madrid Sunday, September 27, 200916:00 - Mallorca v Valladolid 16:00 - Almeria v Racing Santander 16:00 - Osasuna v Sporting Gijon 16:00 - Espanyol v Xerez 18:00 - Real Zaragoza v Getafe - SSX20:00 - Deportivo La Coruña v Villarreal - SSXSerrie ASaturday, September 26, 200917:00 - Sampdoria v Internazionale 19:45 - Livorno v Fiorentina Sunday, September 27, 200914:00 - Lazio v Palermo 14:00 - Parma v Cagliari 14:00 - Napoli v Siena 14:00 - Udinese v Genoa 14:00 - Juventus v Bologna 14:00 - Chievo Verona v Atalanta 14:00 - Catania v AS Roma 19:45 - AC Milan v Bari - ESPN BundesligueFriday, September 25, 200919:30 - Nurnberg v VfL Bochum - ESPN Saturday, September 26, 200914:30 - Borussia Dortmund v Schalke 04 14:30 - FC Cologne v Bayer Leverkusen 14:30 - VfL Wolfsburg v Hannover 96 14:30 - Werder Bremen v Mainz 14:30 - Eintracht Frankfurt v VfB Stuttgart 17:30 - Hamburg SV v Bayern Munich Sunday, September 27, 200914:30 - SC Freiburg v Borussia Monchengladbach - ESPN 16:30 - TSG Hoffenheim v Hertha Berlin ESPN ErediviseSaturday, September 26, 200917:45 - FC Utrecht v AZ Alkmaar 18:45 - PSV Eindhoven v Willem II Tilburg 18:45 - RKC Waalwijk v Roda JC Kerkrade 19:45 - Twente Enschede v VVV Venlo Sunday, September 27, 2009Time Home Away VENUE11:30 - Ajax Amsterdam v ADO Den Haag ESPN 13:30 - FC Groningen v Vitesse Arnhem 13:30 - Sparta Rotterdam v Heerenveen 13:30 - NAC Breda v Feyenoord Rotterdam 15:30 - NEC Nijmegen v SC Heracles Almelo I'll edit in the tv channels in a min

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Can't see us winning 7 in a row, so this will be a 0-0 or frustrating 1-0 defeat.Nige is in the squad, hopefully he starts.

hosting-0babe154ea.gifLooks like it's me watching another Madrid match this weekend.
That is sickening

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Can't see us winning 7 in a row, so this will be a 0-0 or frustrating 1-0 defeat.Nige is in the squad, hopefully he starts.
hosting-0babe154ea.gifLooks like it's me watching another Madrid match this weekend.
That is sickening
lmfao the way they're springing the ball about.. taking it for f*ck*ng pro evo.

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disagree tbhthere wingers and the movement of the striker and supporting midfielder is sickmore tactical then technical but im not a fan of kick rush football

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If anyone wants a perfect stream for their game http://www.villastreams.com/He's expanded now, it's £1.50 for a days access or £3 for a month. He shows every single televised game and most non televised ones.Also has a 24/7 stream of SSN.

Saturday 26th September 200912.45pm - Portsmouth v Everton (CH1 & 6 HD)3pm - Blackburn v Villa (CH 5)3pm - Birmingham v Bolton (CH1)3pm - Stoke v Man Utd (CH6)3pm - Tottenham v Burnley (CH2)3pm - Liverpool v Hull (CH3)5.30pm - Fulham v Arsenal (CH6 HD)5.30pm - Ipswich v Newcastle (CH2)Sunday 27th September 20091.15pm - Plymouth v Nottingham Forest (CH1)4pm - Sunderland v Wolves (CH1)Monday 28th September 20098pm - Man City v West Ham (CH1) (CH4)Tuesday 29h September 20097.45pm - Arsenal v Olympiacos (CH1)7.45pm -Fiorentina v Liverpool (CH2)Wednesday 30th September 20097.45pm - Man Utd v Wolfsburg (CH1)7.45pm - APOEL Niscosia v Chelsea (CH2)
Is what he has on this week.Can vouch for his quality and customer service, if you have any problems he'll be on the forums to speak to. I get a days access now and again when I need it.

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Unbelievable that Pompey came away from that with nothing, feel for Paul Hart.Still, nice way to kick off my accumulator.

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