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Saturday 3 January 2015
15:00 Leicester v Newcastle King Power Stadium All Ticket Options
15:00 Tranmere v Swansea Prenton Park All Ticket Options
15:00 West Brom v Gateshead The Hawthorns All Ticket Options
Tuesday 20 January 2015
19:45 Liverpool v Chelsea Anfield All Ticket Options
Tuesday 17 February 2015 UEFA Champions League
19:45 Paris SG v Chelsea Parc des Princes All Ticket Options
Thursday 19 February 2015 UEFA Europa League
18:00 BSC Young Boys v Everton Stade de Suisse All Ticket Options
20:05 Liverpool v Besiktas Anfield All Ticket Options
20:05 Spurs v Fiorentina White Hart Lane All Ticket Options
Friday 26 December 2014
12:45 Chelsea v West Ham Stamford Bridge All Ticket Options
15:00 Burnley v Liverpool Turf Moor All Ticket Options
15:00 Crystal Palace v Southampton Selhurst Park All Ticket Options
15:00 Everton v Stoke Goodison Park All Ticket Options
15:00 Leicester v Spurs King Power Stadium All Ticket Options
15:00 Man Utd v Newcastle Old Trafford All Ticket Options
15:00 Sunderland v Hull Stadium of Light All Ticket Options
15:00 Swansea v Aston Villa Liberty Stadium All Ticket Options
15:00 West Brom v Man City The Hawthorns All Ticket Options
17:30 Arsenal v QPR Emirates Stadium All Ticket Options

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Attendance: The number of people inside a football stadium makes up the attendance.
Dummy: A ‘dummy’ is an effective way of fooling your opponent into believing you're going to do something but then don't.
Hat-trick: A hat-trick is the feat of one player who scores three goals in one match.
Match-fit: This is the term used to describe whether a player is ready to play in a competitive match of football.
Woodwork: The frame of the goal is called the woodwork. A shot that hits the post may ‘come back off the woodwork’.

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