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Israel v Russia: Live and Online

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When was the last time so many millions of people around the world were so interested in watching what will seemingly be a boring match between Israel and Russia? Of course, we all know there is so much at stake in this game, especially for England.

In the first and probably last time, Israel will be featured on the EPL Talk Chat on Saturday at 1pm ET in their match against Russia. So wherever you are in the world, join fellow EPL Talk readers from around the world as we agonize, laugh, celebrate or cry over what happens in this match.

You can find the EPL Talk Chat, hosted by BC John, at

This one will be one you can’t miss!

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2 Responses to Israel v Russia: Live and Online

  1. Kartik says:

    Don’t be so sure. Israel is pretty decent and could factor into WC 2010 qualifying. It will likely be the last time we see Russia on the chat though. :)

  2. Anonymous says:

    Wonder if the Jocks will ever get on to the EPL Talk chat…

    me, who else

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