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Premiership Fixture Changes

Due to our progression to the semi final's of the Champions League, thats right folks, the semi finals of the Champions League, there has been a few changes in fixture dates.

From the original fixture list the changes are as follows.

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BARCLAYS PREMIERSHIP
Portsmouth v Arsenal (postponed from 25.3.06)
WEDNESDAY 12TH APRIL 2006
At: Fratton Park
Kick-off: 8.00 pm
This match will be shown `live' on Sky `pay per view'

UEFA CHAMPIONS LEAGUE - SEMI-FINAL, 1ST LEG
Arsenal v Villarreal CF
WEDNESDAY 19TH APRIL 2006
At: Highbury
Kick-off: 7.45 pm
This match will be shown `live' on Sky TV

UEFA CHAMPIONS LEAGUE - SEMI-FINAL, 2ND LEG
Villarreal CF v Arsenal
TUESDAY 25TH APRIL 2006
At: Villarreal CF
Kick-off: 7.45 pm (GMT)
This match will be shown `live' on ITV

BARCLAYS PREMIERSHIP
Manchester City v Arsenal (postponed from 17.4.2006)
THURSDAY 4TH MAY 2006
At: The City of Manchester Stadium
Kick-off: 7.45 pm

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Writer: Rocky7 Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday April 6 2006

Time: 7:59PM

Your Comments

I could have done without the Pompey game being there, its a pain having to try and be polite infront of visitors!!!
Rocky7
we aint going to have a week break beetween the Arsenal and Villarreal match this time, o well at least if we win they have no excuses.
gunner-minesh
you can always have a little rest against pompey!
paultsmouth
 

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