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Just now, Jimmy James said:

Wouldn't you fell horrible about taking my money? 

feel or fell ? 

Because it's a different answer for each  :lol:

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1 minute ago, Jimmy James said:

Lets try feel! :wacko:

:D

I'd feel bad taking money off you. 

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I'm a horrible sports gambler! I do great with craps and somewhat with Blackjack at the casino. But sports is something I just can't around. Something that just sounds to good to be true turns out to be false. 

 

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I gamble on sports once a year. The one game a year I go to Indianapolis for a Yankeeball game. 

 

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3 minutes ago, Jimmy James said:

I gamble on sports once a year. The one game a year I go to Indianapolis for a Yankeeball game. 

 

you could count on one hand the days in a year that i haven't had a bet on sports:o

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19 minutes ago, newcastle roy said:

you could count on one hand the days in a year that i haven't had a bet on sports:o

Jeremy Beadle's hand?

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NBC provisional schedule

midweek make up games both on tv on 17th... 

first weekend all 10 games on tv ... woo hoo 21/22 no leaving the couch for days...

midweek 23/24 5 of 10 games on tv, list to be confirmed

27/28 fa cup games are on ESPN + , league games 3 on tv, others are midweek see next line

midweek jul 1.2 6 of 7 games on tv ... one not on tv is Leicester Everton

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46 minutes ago, AMIW said:

first weekend all 10 games on tv

Is there a list where they all are? NBC Family? 

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I will check but tv means nbc or nbcsn

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5 hours ago, AMIW said:

I will check but tv means nbc or nbcsn

I gotcha, I thought you meant all matches at one time like championship Sunday.

When you could find a match on SyFy station.

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Oh no sorry nbc/nbcsn is showing one game in every time slot  the only games there are sending to streaming is when there are multiple games at the same time..... should be able to fnd the list today.

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@Jimmy James  @JimCT and @Patched Tube

tv schedule for america - i left the streaming games on NBC SPorts Gold or ESPN+ in so you can see which ones are not on Tv also

 Last updated: June 5, 2020

 

Wednesday, June 17

Aston Villa vs. Sheffield United, 1pm, NBCSN, fuboTV, Hulu Live, Sling Blue and AT&T TV (free trial)

Manchester City vs. Arsenal, 3:15pm, NBCSN, fuboTV, Hulu Live, Sling Blue and AT&T TV (free trial)

 

Friday, June 19

Norwich vs. Southampton, 1pm, NBCSN, fuboTV, Hulu Live, Sling Blue and AT&T TV (free trial)

Spurs vs. Manchester United, 3:15pm, NBCSN, fuboTV, Hulu Live, Sling Blue and AT&T TV (free trial)

 

Saturday, June 20

Watford vs. Leicester, 7:30am, NBCSN, fuboTV, Hulu Live, Sling Blue and AT&T TV (free trial)

Brighton vs. Arsenal, 10am, NBCSN, fuboTV, Hulu Live, Sling Blue and AT&T TV (free trial)

West Ham vs. Wolves, 12:30pm, NBC, fuboTV, Hulu Live, Sling Blue and AT&T TV (free trial)

Bournemouth vs. Crystal Palace, 2:45pm, NBC, fuboTV, Hulu Live, Sling Blue and AT&T TV (free trial)

 

Sunday, June 21

Newcastle vs. Sheffield United, 9am, NBCSN, fuboTV, Hulu Live, Sling Blue and AT&T TV (free trial)

Aston Villa vs. Chelsea, 11:15am, NBCSN, fuboTV, Hulu Live, Sling Blue and AT&T TV (free trial)

Everton vs. Liverpool, 2pm, NBCSN, fuboTV, Hulu Live, Sling Blue and AT&T TV (free trial)

 

Monday, June 22

Manchester City vs. Burnley, 3pm, NBCSN, fuboTV, Hulu Live, Sling Blue and AT&T TV (free trial)

 

Tuesday, June 23

Leicester vs. Brighton, 1pm, NBCSN, fuboTV, Hulu Live, Sling Blue and AT&T TV (free trial)

Spurs vs. West Ham, 3:15pm, NBCSN, fuboTV, Hulu Live, Sling Blue and AT&T TV (free trial)

 

Wednesday, June 24

Man United vs. Sheffield United, 1pm, NBCSN, fuboTV, Hulu Live, Sling Blue and AT&T TV (free trial)

Newcastle vs. Aston Villa, 1pm, NBC Sports Gold

Norwich vs. Everton, 1pm, NBC Sports Gold

Wolves vs. Bournemouth, 1pm, NBC Sports Gold

Liverpool vs. Crystal Palace, 3:15pm, NBCSN, fuboTV, Hulu Live, Sling Blue and AT&T TV (free trial)

 

Thursday, June 25

Southampton vs. Arsenal, 1pm, NBC Sports GoldNBCSN, fuboTV, Hulu Live, Sling Blue and AT&T TV (free trial)

Burnley vs. Watford, 1pm, NBC Sports Gold

Chelsea vs. Manchester City, 3:15pm, NBCSN, fuboTV, Hulu Live, Sling Blue and AT&T TV (free trial)

 

Saturday, June 27

Sheffield United vs. Arsenal (FA Cup quarterfinal), Noon, ESPN+

Norwich vs. Manchester United (FA Cup quarterfinal), 3:15pm, ESPN+

 

Sunday, June 28

Aston Villa vs. Wolves, 7am, NBCSN, fuboTV, Hulu Live, Sling Blue and AT&T TV (free trial)

Leicester City vs. Chelsea (FA Cup quarterfinal), 9:30am, ESPN+

Watford vs. Southampton, 11:30am, NBCSN, fuboTV, Hulu Live, Sling Blue and AT&T TV (free trial)

Newcastle United vs. Manchester City (FA Cup quarterfinal), 1pm, ESPN+

 

Monday, June 29

Crystal Palace vs. Burnley, 3pm, NBCSN, fuboTV, Hulu Live, Sling Blue and AT&T TV (free trial)

 

Tuesday, June 30

Brighton vs. Manchester United, 1pm, NBCSN, fuboTV, Hulu Live, Sling Blue and AT&T TV (free trial)

Sheffield United vs. Spurs, 3:15pm, NBCSN, fuboTV, Hulu Live, Sling Blue and AT&T TV (free trial)

 

Wednesday, July 1

Bournemouth vs. Newcastle, 1pm, NBCSN, fuboTV, Hulu Live, Sling Blue and AT&T TV (free trial)

Everton vs. Leicester, 1pm, NBC Sports Gold

West Ham vs. Chelsea, 3:15pm, NBCSN, fuboTV, Hulu Live, Sling Blue and AT&T TV (free trial)

 

Thursday, July 2

Arsenal vs. Norwich, 1pm, NBCSN, fuboTV, Hulu Live, Sling Blue and AT&T TV (free trial)

Manchester City vs. Liverpool, 3:15pm, NBCSN, fuboTV, Hulu Live, Sling Blue and AT&T TV (free trial)

 

 

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13 minutes ago, JimCT said:

What if it rains? :o 

For an extra £5 you can buy the cardboard version that has a hat

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45 minutes ago, JimCT said:

What if it rains? :o 

 

30 minutes ago, newcastle roy said:

For an extra £5 you can buy the cardboard version that has a hat

How much extra for a real poncho to put over your chosen cutout? Team kit colors, of course :) 

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League Two clubs have formally voted to bring their season to a conclusion.

It follows a meeting between English Football League sides on Tuesday, during which it was agreed to keep promotion, relegation and play-offs.

The league table will be settled by a points-per-game format, meaning Swindon, Crewe and Plymouth go up and Stevenage are set to go down.

 

Which teams are set to be promoted & relegated?

While the top half remains largely unaffected by the points-per-game system used, there is still some uncertainty over the situation at the other end of the table.

While Stevenage look set to finish bottom, matters have been complicated by the fresh EFL charge handed to Macclesfield Town on 1 June, relating to late payment of wages in March and for "failing to act with utmost good faith in respect of matters with the EFL and for breaching an order, requirement, direction or instruction of the league".

Macclesfield are three points ahead of bottom side Stevenage, who have a game in hand.

However, the Silkmen have already had 11 points deducted for previous rule breaches this season and have a further suspended two-point penalty hanging over them if they transgress again.

In a statement, the EFL said "due to ongoing disciplinary matters, the final placings cannot yet be confirmed".

As it stands, this is how promotion, relegation and the play-offs will finish:

Promoted: Swindon Town (champions), Crewe Alexandra, Plymouth Argyle

Play-offs: Colchester United v Exeter City, Northampton Town v Cheltenham Town

Relegated: Stevenage

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What about League One?

Clubs in League One will be meeting later on Tuesday to vote on whether or not to continue their season.

If they choose to end their season early, this is how the table will finish:

Promoted: Coventry City (champions), Rotherham United

Play-offs: Wycombe Wanderers v Fleetwood Town, Oxford United v Portsmouth - dates tbc

Relegated: Tranmere Rovers, Southend United, Bolton Wanderers

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League One votes the same 

Clubs in League One had previously been divided over whether or not to bring the season to an early conclusion.

Initial talks stalled after at least six sides, including Sunderland, Portsmouth and Ipswich Town, said they wanted to continue the campaign.

However, the new regulations - proposed by the EFL board and approved by the 71 member clubs earlier on Tuesday - meant just 51% of teams in any given division needed to agree on ending a season early.

The points-per-game system does throw up one significant change to the League One table, with eighth-placed Wycombe Wanderers replacing sixth-placed Peterborough United in the play-offs.

Wycombe will move up to third because they have at least one game in hand on each of their play-off rivals.

Promoted: Coventry City (champions), Rotherham United

Play-offs: Wycombe Wanderers v Fleetwood Town, Portsmouth v Oxford United (dates tbc)

Relegated: Tranmere Rovers, Southend United, Bolton Wanderers

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some teams will get to play at wembley...

League One playoffs

No dates have yet been confirmed for the League One play-offs.

 

League Two playoffs

Following Tuesday's vote, it was announced that the League Two play-off semi-finals are to begin on Thursday, 18 June - two days before the Championship season is set to resume.

The final, which will take place on Monday, 29 June, is to be held at Wembley as originally planned. All games will be held behind closed doors.

Thursday, 18 June: Semi-final first legs

Colchester United v Exeter City (17:15 BST)

Northampton Town v Cheltenham Town (19:45 BST)

Monday, 22 June: Semi-final second legs

Exeter City v Colchester United (17:15 BST)

Cheltenham Town v Northampton Town (20:00 BST)

Monday, 29 June: Final

TBC

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Everton v liverpool.gets the go-ahead to.be played at goodison park.

Liverpool also allowed to play games at anfield. No fans are expected to be outside of the ground, so no chance of catching the virus.

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I've seen some Bundesliga games but those games without a crowd are hard to watch if you're not a fan of one of the teams. Weirdest Merseyside derby ever but I'll take it!

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