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Confirmed Sky Sports Fixtures.

Confirmed Sky Sports Fixtures.

August:

Sunderland v Tottenham

Chelsea v Birmingham City

Manchester United v Reading

ottenham v Everton

Wigan Athletic v Middlesbrough

ortsmouth v Bolton

Manchester City v Man Utd

Liverpool v Chelsea

Sunderland v Liverpool

Man Utd v Tottenham

September:

Arsenal v Portsmouth

Aston Villa v Chelsea

Portsmouth v Liverpool

Manchester City v Aston Villa

Manchester United v Chelsea

Manchester City v Newcastle

Everton v Middlesbrough

October:

Manchester United v Wigan

Reading v Derby County

Fulham v Portsmouth

Everton v Liverpool

West Ham United v Sunderland

Bolton v Aston Villa

Liverpool v Arsenal

November:

Arsenal v Manchester United

est Ham United v Bolton

Sunderland v Newcastle United

Birmingham City v Aston Villa

Portsmouth v Manchester City

Newcastle v Liverpool

West Ham United v Tottenham

Fulham v Blackburn Rovers

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Date:Sunday July 8 2007
Time: 11:42PM

Comments

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oki dokei
upthedale
09/07/2007 01:48:00
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couple of letters missing methinks!
merlin
09/07/2007 16:54:00
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yeah that what happens when you have a week out with relatives and family too much booze means i can't spell lol
Mike Forest.
09/07/2007 17:38:00
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Not on as much as last season then!! We were on so many times it was commented " Fulham have been on TV more times than ant and Dec!!" lol
oranje_emu
21/07/2007 13:44:00
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