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Coffee 8:22 Sat Nov 24
Saturday football
This one is ideally suited to the capacity of the Amex Stadium; even, you might say, to that of the Vitality further along the coast. At stake is local pride and mid-table security. Draw.

Most teams will view hosting Cardiff as an invitation to nab three points. But Neil Warnock’s sides invariably use hard work as a means of overcoming technical deficiency, which means they’re always capable of pulling a surprise. Everton’s iffy start to the season has given way to a string of four wins in their last six outings. They’ll expect to make that five from seven today. Home win.

Is this a legitimate six-pointer? Possibly. It’s the Saints’ misfortune, not for the first time, to visit a side with a new manager, but will take heart from Fulham’s bottom of the table position. For their part, the hosts came into the season full of expectation and will hope Ranieri can renew their hope. Who tinkers wins. Draw.

Man U sit below Watford and Bournemouth as we enter the season’s second third. Worthy of mention, yes, but the Man U soap opera – and its lead actor - is losing appeal. For Palace, Saha will hope to make more of a mark on his return to Old Trafford than he did while it was his home. But even if he does, it’s hard to see the hosts dropping anything today. Home win.

Liverpool are arguably the team to watch this season, but they’ll have their work cut out at Vicarage Road. Watford have an incredible spring in their collective step and will believe they can get something from their visitors today. Should be a good, attacking game. Away win.

How much will it mean to Manuel Pellegrini to try and get one over his former employers today? A lot, you’d hope. It sounds like Andy Carroll is back in contention. He could be needed. Snodgrass is out for his yellow card count, but Noble returns from suspension. City have been compelling once again this season and on paper this looks like Black Friday turning into Black Saturday for us. Never, ever give up; City have to lose sometime. Home win.

Fourth plays third, north plays west and little love is lost between the two. This should be a good, entertaining battle even if you’re not fond of either team. Draw.

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, 8:33 Sun Nov 25
Re: Saturday football
Huddersfield have notched up consecutive victories since we drew at their place. Makes that draw look like not such a bad result.

Far Cough 7:51 Sun Nov 25
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Excellent away result for Huddersfield that

happygilmore 7:46 Sun Nov 25
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Yep...West Ham 12 pts v Hudderfields 10 pts

13 games stats not too pretty despite the odd good performance.

Sven Roeder 7:39 Sun Nov 25
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Huddersfield up to 14th
2pts behind us

Sven Roeder 11:46 Sun Nov 25
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Few more decisions for VAR watching MOTD:
Hazard shoved over by walking pen catastrophe Foyt at 0-1
Robertson kicks Watford player in the knee at 0-0 in the area
Fellaini tackles a Palace players shin with a straight leg over the ball. Nothing given
Iheanacho offside when he is tackled for Leicester pen

Tomsdad 8:37 Sat Nov 24
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43 % Coffee, better luck next week.

Alwaysaniron 8:28 Sat Nov 24
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What a wonder goal that was. Fair play the Spuds are clinical tonight.

happygilmore 8:26 Sat Nov 24
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Great goal SON!

3 nil Spurs

geoffpikey 5:43 Sat Nov 24
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Wonder boy James Maddison SECOND YELLOW for diving. Shitforbrains.

(We've just got shitforboots.)

, 11:54 Sat Nov 24
Re: Saturday football
Well written coff with six considered and one tongue in cheek review/prediction.

charleyfarley 11:02 Sat Nov 24
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Cheers Coff

joe royal 10:38 Sat Nov 24
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Was in a bookies in Germany last week and the Man City odds were 1/27

Sydney_Iron 10:10 Sat Nov 24
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Brighton and Leicester to draw
Fulham and Southampton to draw
Man U

Westham67 9:15 Sat Nov 24
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Thanks coffers good work as per

BWA v Foxes Home

Everton v Dour Welsh cunts Home

Fulham v Saints Away

Man U v Palace Draw

Watford v Bin dippers Draw

Us v City Draw

Sven Roeder 9:12 Sat Nov 24
Re: Saturday football
When did Man City last lose a Premier league match to a team outside the top 6?
Think they only lost to Man U and Liverpool last season

Have Palace signed Louis Saha ?
He must be knocking on

shim 9:05 Sat Nov 24
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Credible until predicting a home win for us. Claret & blue spectacles in full effect..

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