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FA Cup 6th Round and Premier League Sunday Gameweek 29: Open Thread

sky sports epl FA Cup 6th Round and Premier League Sunday Gameweek 29: Open Thread

Other than world peace, one of my wishes is that there was a universal daylight savings time change instead of the United States and other countries changing it at different times of the year. While the clocks have gone ahead one hour in most of the US, they haven’t done the same in the United Kingdom, which means the kick-off times are a little screwy. Read the latest TV schedule to make sure you don’t miss any of the matches today.

In today’s matches, the big one is the FA Cup 6th round match between Manchester United and Chelsea. There’s a lot on the line for both clubs. Ferguson will want a quick response to the disappointing mid-week loss, while Chelsea will want to get a win for a chance of getting some silverware especially if they don’t get through the next round of the Europa League.

Plus there’s the early kick-off between Millwall and Blackburn in the FA Cup in addition to Premier League matches featuring Newcastle and Stoke, and — of course — the massive match between Liverpool and Tottenham Hotspur.

Have a wonderful Sunday!


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