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      Premier League Fixtures 2020/21
      Aug 16, 2020 11:21:39 am
      According to the Fantasy League website, we're starting at West Ham away.  When you put your players into the team it shows their 'next game' and ours is down as the Hammers.

      Full list should be out this week.  Less than four weeks to go.



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      Re: Premier League Fixtures 2020/21
      Reply #1: Aug 20, 2020 09:05:23 am
      Leeds at home. Oof...
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      Reply #2: Aug 20, 2020 09:06:09 am
      2020-21 Premier League fixture list

      September
      12 – Leeds United (H)
      19 – Chelsea (A)
      26 – Arsenal (H)

      October
      3 – Aston Villa (A)
      17 – Everton (A)
      24 – Sheffield United (H)
      31 – West Ham United (H)

      November
      7 – Manchester City (A)
      21 – Leicester City (H)
      28 – Brighton & Hove Albion (A)

      December
      5 – Wolverhampton Wanderers (H)
      12 – Fulham (A)
      16 – Tottenham Hotspur (H)
      19 – Crystal Palace (A)
      26 – West Bromwich Albion (H)
      28 – Newcastle United (A)

      January
      2 – Southampton (A)
      13 – Burnley (H)
      16 – Manchester United (H)
      27 – Tottenham Hotspur (A)
      30 – West Ham United (A)

      February
      3 – Brighton & Hove Albion (H)
      6 – Manchester City (H)
      13 – Leicester City (A)
      20 – Everton (H)
      27 – Sheffield United (A)

      March
      6 – Fulham (H)
      13 – Wolverhampton Wanderers (A)
      20 – Chelsea (H)

      April
      3 – Arsenal (A)
      10 – Aston Villa (H)
      17 – Leeds United (A)
      24 – Newcastle United (H)

      May
      1 – Manchester United (A)
      8 – Southampton (H)
      11 – West Bromwich Albion (A)
      15 – Burnley (A)
      23 – Crystal Palace (H)
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      Re: Premier League Fixtures 2020/21
      Reply #3: Aug 20, 2020 09:07:38 am
      All subject to change when sky, btsport, Amazon, floobletv, ukshowit and whatever other broadcaster get a share of matches to show.
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      Reply #4: Aug 20, 2020 09:09:33 am
      Dirty Leeds first, probably best their fans don't come to our place, they'll be looking to make a name.

      Also, we don't meet United until 2021.
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      Reply #5: Aug 20, 2020 09:12:31 am
      The Christmas run ain't too shabby and the run in for the end of the season isn't bad either.
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      Reply #6: Aug 20, 2020 09:18:16 am
      The Christmas run ain't too shabby and the run in for the end of the season isn't bad either.

      Tricky start though will need to be at it
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      Reply #7: Aug 20, 2020 09:21:27 am
      Blues will be moaning that it will likely be the second derby on the bounce at their shithole with no fans

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      Reply #8: Aug 20, 2020 09:24:19 am
      Tricky start though will need to be at it

      Strange situation at the moment but I'm sure Jürgen'll have them at it.
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      Reply #9: Aug 20, 2020 09:28:36 am
      Very tough start to the season, if we are still in contention by the end of November then we are looking good, the Run-in is also very nice, after Man Utd away.

      Leeds will be an interesting and tricky first fixture as they are a slightly unknown quantity although Jürgen and the boys will no doubt have extensive files on them. Chelsea second up is probably ok as they will probably still be in a bit of flux will all the new recruits.


      I would say the milestones are:

      - End of Nov are we in contention.
      - End of Feb are we still in contention
      - End of April, if we are ahead or just a few points behind at this point then we should win, last 4 games in May are very winnable
      « Last Edit: Aug 20, 2020 09:35:26 am by heimdall »
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      Reply #10: Aug 20, 2020 10:46:21 am
      Strange situation at the moment but I'm sure Jürgen'll have them at it.

      Exactly champions take it in their stride,we know whats required, the learning curve never decrease many things will have been learned after our brilliant campaign last season , the CL blip will have been dissected and as I say learned from, the hard part is the fans not being there god knows when that will get back to normality ,if it ever does, seeing Anfield empty is a terrible watch no matter how they try to replicate it.
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      Reply #11: Aug 20, 2020 10:47:13 am
      Tricky start to the season...hopefully Pulisic isn’t back from injury in time for that game.

      Chelsea look as though they have the best layout of fixtures from what I’ve seen so far.
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      Reply #12: Aug 20, 2020 11:00:54 am
      Leeds Eh ?

      The Damned United.

      Historical .

      Biblical .

      ( Took a few of their scarves off them ... many moons back )
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      Reply #13: Aug 20, 2020 11:16:51 am
      If we can win those first 3 games then that will set us up nicely, with the next 4 being winnable. Could put pressure on City early especially if we can beat them after those fixtures. Cannot wait already!
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      Reply #14: Aug 20, 2020 11:28:41 am
      Ah the old foe returns for the opening match... crush the f*ckers!
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      Reply #15: Aug 20, 2020 12:28:56 pm
      Predicted we'd get Leeds away first up but home is better. Happy to see Leeds back in the Prem.Had some battles with them before they lost the plot.Should be a good opener.
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      Reply #16: Aug 20, 2020 12:36:24 pm
      Can't fookin believe it, I was just thinking about who I'd like as first opponents as Champions and said Leeds, might just buy myself a lotto ticket,

      Anyhoo,  F**kin Leeds, "Dirty Leeds"
      It's a brilliant game to start with, Champions V Champions and a reminder to Leeds just how far they will need to travel to get anywhere near us,

      Under Bielsa they are bubbling along just nicely but a Championship winning side are in no way a bona fide rival irrespective of the history between us & them, I'm pleased they are back in the premier league but that's as far as my admiration goes,

      On the 12th they will realise how wide the gulf in class is when we put them to the sword,  we will hit the ground running when we begin the 'Attack on a second title winning campaign,  they are simply at the first hurdle on a long road to survival.


      Can't wait to batter these pretenders ! !


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      Reply #17: Aug 20, 2020 01:05:02 pm
      Promoted team at Anfield first game.  Second home game v Arsenal.  Same as last year.  Fingers crossed we get the same results.

      Bit odd that we start and end at home.
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      Reply #18: Aug 20, 2020 01:09:44 pm
      No politics please, but what does it look like in UK re fans being allowed into stadiums?

      How soon, like.
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      Reply #19: Aug 20, 2020 01:17:42 pm
      No politics please, but what does it look like in UK re fans being allowed into stadiums?

      How soon, like.

      No idea.

      The government keeps talking about "reports" and "feasability studies" but nothing concrete.
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      Reply #20: Aug 20, 2020 01:50:53 pm
      No politics please, but what does it look like in UK re fans being allowed into stadiums?

      How soon, like.

      Lower league clubs planning to have some crowds in for October time.  Every alternate row empty and obviously people spaced out on their row according to their 'bubbles'

      That's their plan though - seems ambitious to me.
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      Reply #21: Aug 20, 2020 02:06:54 pm
      Ideally you’d play as many big games away in September-October whilst the fans are deffo not a factor. It all looks alright to me, tricky start but Xmas looks quite soft and your lesser teams struggle because of squad depth so the less big games over that period the better.
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      Reply #22: Aug 20, 2020 02:12:36 pm
      No politics please, but what does it look like in UK re fans being allowed into stadiums?

      How soon, like.

      It should be some time in October.
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      Reply #23: Aug 20, 2020 02:14:36 pm
      I can see the lock out lasting all season. It's the only way. The virus will circulate more in the winter months, so I just can't see any change. In fact I expect to see plenty of games postboned due to clubs reporting positive cases. Could easily throw the season into some difficulty.

      Nobody really knows if we'll get thru the winter without another major lockdown. If it happens football will be effected.
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      Reply #24: Aug 20, 2020 02:18:02 pm
      Hard start but we need to play all of them so...

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      Reply #25: Aug 20, 2020 02:21:50 pm
      I can see the lock out lasting all season. It's the only way. The virus will circulate more in the winter months, so I just can't see any change. In fact I expect to see plenty of games postboned due to clubs reporting positive cases. Could easily throw the season into some difficulty.

      Nobody really knows if we'll get thru the winter without another major lockdown. If it happens football will be effected.

      Cant see either another manor lockdown happening or the football lockout continuing much beyond October/ November

      Clubs have already put systems into place and sold season tickets in lower leagues
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      Reply #26: Aug 20, 2020 02:42:01 pm
      Hard start but we need to play all of them so...

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      Reply #27: Aug 20, 2020 02:47:39 pm
      Cant see either another manor lockdown happening or the football lockout continuing much beyond October/ November

      Clubs have already put systems into place and sold season tickets in lower leagues

      But were talking about the Premier league and if you have a weekend with say 9 home  games and an average attendance of 29,000..260k plus all the peripheral stuff. Have to limit the crowds to say 10,000...nah I can't see it happening. Answer is we just don't know how bad it will get in the winter. We have to go through this first winter first IMO before we start really taking the shackles off.
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      Reply #28: Aug 20, 2020 02:53:43 pm
      Don’t like the idea of that Everton game being the first one with crowds back in potentially!
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      Reply #29: Aug 20, 2020 02:55:03 pm
      But were talking about the Premier league and if you have a weekend with say 18  games and an average attendance of 29,000..500k plus all the peripheral stuff. Have to limit the crowds to say 10,000...nah I can't see it happening. Answer is we just don't know how bad it will get in the winter. We have to go through this first winter first IMO before we start really taking the shackles off.

      I’m pretty sure there are winters happening around the globe as we speak mate and as far as in aware there isn’t a great deal of difference or any particular acceleration of infection rate. Fans will be back in sine capacity before December imo
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      Reply #30: Aug 20, 2020 02:55:38 pm
      But were talking about the Premier league and if you have a weekend with say 18  games and an average attendance of 29,000..500k plus all the peripheral stuff. Have to limit the crowds to say 10,000...nah I can't see it happening. Answer is we just don't know how bad it will get in the winter. We have to go through this first winter first IMO before we start really taking the shackles off.

      Country and the game will be crippled

      Tests will start with lower leagues and then be rolled out. I have a cousin who is a season ticket holder at a league 2 club and he has brought his already and the idea they will be in the ground in October. They were sent detailed plans on how it would happen which just need finalising

      Gates will be dependent on the size of the grounds not an average
      No away fans, fans spread all around the 4 sides, one row sold the next not, spaces of 3 seats between groups
      Designated roll outs for each section to leave

      No way we lockdown again or dont reintroduce fans

      Anfield I'd image willie limited initially to around 15000-18000
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      Reply #31: Aug 20, 2020 03:05:01 pm
      Country and the game will be crippled

      Tests will start with lower leagues and then be rolled out. I have a cousin who is a season ticket holder at a league 2 club and he has brought his already and the idea they will be in the ground in October. They were sent detailed plans on how it would happen which just need finalising

      Gates will be dependent on the size of the grounds not an average
      No away fans, fans spread all around the 4 sides, one row sold the next not, spaces of 3 seats between groups
      Designated roll outs for each section to leave

      No way we lockdown again or dont reintroduce fans

      Anfield I'd image willie limited initially to around 15000-18000

      My post should've read 9 home games..

      But yes I'd love to see the crowds back.We'll suffer because of our great supoort. Kicking into the Kop has always been a huge plus for us because of the crowd, the atmophere..the pull but I just can't see it happening this season. As I said it's an unknown and I just can't see the Government taking a chance.They've made so many mistakes that has cost so many I would think they will er on the side of caution.
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      Reply #32: Aug 20, 2020 03:06:44 pm
      My post should've read 9 home games..

      But yes I'd love to see the crowds back.We'll suffer because of our great supoort. Kicking into the Kop has always been a huge plus for us because of the crowd, the atmophere..the pull but I just can't see it happening this season. As I said it's an unknown and I just can't see the Government taking a chance.They've made so many mistakes that has cost so many I would think they will er on the side of caution.

      A financial meltdown, a crippled economy and the national sport being in the toilet wont be good PR either

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      Reply #33: Aug 20, 2020 03:09:40 pm
      A financial meltdown, a crippled economy and the national sport being in the toilet wont be good PR either

      I know. And it might happen. They will, as you say, trial it in the lower leagues. Bad for everything if they don't.
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      Reply #34: Aug 20, 2020 03:10:47 pm
      Don’t like the idea of that Everton game being the first one with crowds back in potentially!

      I’m more worried that it follows an international break. We usually struggle coming out of those.

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      Reply #35: Aug 20, 2020 03:12:05 pm
      I’m more worried that it follows an international break. We usually struggle coming out of those.

      Theres an international break?
      F***ing hell, if one good thing has come out of it there hasnt been sh*te international football but it's coming back?

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      Reply #36: Aug 20, 2020 03:17:40 pm
      I can see the lock out lasting all season. It's the only way. The virus will circulate more in the winter months, so I just can't see any change. In fact I expect to see plenty of games postboned due to clubs reporting positive cases. Could easily throw the season into some difficulty.

      Nobody really knows if we'll get thru the winter without another major lockdown. If it happens football will be effected.

      Disagree. There’s no reason to think it will be worse in the winter. I think there will be fans back in stadiums over in England by October. November at the latest. Just my opinion.
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      Reply #37: Aug 20, 2020 03:33:09 pm
      I can see the lock out lasting all season. It's the only way. The virus will circulate more in the winter months, so I just can't see any change. In fact I expect to see plenty of games postboned due to clubs reporting positive cases. Could easily throw the season into some difficulty.

      Nobody really knows if we'll get thru the winter without another major lockdown. If it happens football will be effected.

      Nonsense, there are hardly any deaths now and the risk to anyone under the age of 60 is close to zero. How many games were cancelled after the restart in any league??
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      Reply #38: Aug 20, 2020 03:43:47 pm
      No politics please, but what does it look like in UK re fans being allowed into stadiums?

      How soon, like.




      Probably in year of our second Lord 3121 if Boris has anything to do with, keep wearing the mask, fuckers !
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      Reply #39: Aug 20, 2020 03:56:01 pm
      Don’t like the idea of that Everton game being the first one with crowds back in potentially!

      why? it will be a draw anyway, almost always is.
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      Reply #40: Aug 20, 2020 04:22:44 pm
      Theres an international break?
      F***ing hell, if one good thing has come out of it there hasnt been sh*te international football but it's coming back?

      FIFA isn't going to lose its World Cup TV money. Have to get the qualifiers played.
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      Reply #41: Aug 20, 2020 04:43:30 pm
      Predicted we'd get Leeds away first up but home is better. Happy to see Leeds back in the Prem.Had some battles with them before they lost the plot.Should be a good opener.

      Would of been better with a crowd mate.
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      Reply #42: Aug 20, 2020 06:05:28 pm
      Disagree. There’s no reason to think it will be worse in the winter. I think there will be fans back in stadiums over in England by October. November at the latest. Just my opinion.

      Well cold and the flu are much more prevalent in the winter months, so there is good reason to think it will be worse in the winter. If it stays at the levels it's at now with the odd flare up, then a controlled return will probably be possible. It would obviously need very close monitoring. But i'm not convinced it will stay at the same level. It's an unknown quantity in many respects.So we'll see.

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      Reply #43: Aug 20, 2020 06:11:41 pm
      Would of been better with a crowd mate.

      To true.I was there at home when they clinched the first div championship..'69 I think it was, we applauded them off the pitch. Eddie Gray was my favourite Leeds player. United have had some battles with them as well.
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      Reply #44: Aug 20, 2020 07:18:53 pm
      To true.I was there at home when they clinched the first div championship..'69 I think it was, we applauded them off the pitch. Eddie Gray was my favourite Leeds player. United have had some battles with them as well.

      Norman Hunter was mine God rest his soul. Such a beast and reminds me of Keane & Souness.  ;D Leeds are probably the only team I'd struggle with to clap them of the pitch, more like behind their f**king ears  :lmao:
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      Reply #45: Aug 20, 2020 08:35:44 pm
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      Promoted team at Anfield first game.  Second home game v Arsenal.  Same as last year.  Fingers crossed we get the same results.

      Bit odd that we start and end at home.

      As for the West Ham trip....

      Last time we started and finished at home was 2018/19. It's rare enough but it's usually a sign of a good season to come. Home advantage is gold dust on the final day if a result is needed. The mancs are off to Wolves. I definitely wouldn't want that on the final day in any circumstances.

      The fixture list is better than last season, but there are still some banana skins in there. Leeds and the mancs away back to back in the run in is one. Arsenal away in April is another, while Burnley as our last away game is not ideal in the event of a tight title race. And the players will have lots of travel to do during the Christmas period.

      Chelsea and Everton away early on is the best time to go there. It's the first year we've gone to Everton before Christmas since 2016. City away is our 8th game of the season, and an early chance to send out a strong statement of what we're looking for, which is to equal the title record. It could even happen in the mancs backyard in May. But any way of winning No. 20 will do.
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      Reply #46: Aug 20, 2020 08:54:24 pm
      Been in full gloat mode since we clinched it. The Klopp phone call at 3 o'clock in the morning to the Old Soak was an absolute classic and now it all kicks off in just a few weeks. Haven't really had me cricket fix this year because of the virus or played any golf and now it's back to the big issue again.

      Feels as if the boss and the team haven't got any lingering hangover or come down blues so we can go against Leeds with a clear head. Still want us to freshen up at the coal face. Maybe the Boss has something up his sleeve..hope so.
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      Reply #47: Aug 20, 2020 09:52:43 pm
      As for the West Ham trip....

      Last time we started and finished at home was 2018/19. It's rare enough but it's usually a sign of a good season to come. Home advantage is gold dust on the final day if a result is needed. The mancs are off to Wolves. I definitely wouldn't want that on the final day in any circumstances.

      The fixture list is better than last season, but there are still some banana skins in there. Leeds and the mancs away back to back in the run in is one. Arsenal away in April is another, while Burnley as our last away game is not ideal in the event of a tight title race. And the players will have lots of travel to do during the Christmas period.

      Chelsea and Everton away early on is the best time to go there. It's the first year we've gone to Everton before Christmas since 2016. City away is our 8th game of the season, and an early chance to send out a strong statement of what we're looking for, which is to equal the title record. It could even happen in the mancs backyard in May. But any way of winning No. 20 will do.






      Don’t know what your worried about bruv it will all be over by Xmas, again 😂 😂 😂 😂




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