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Season 21/22 Predictions League - Round 20 -26/27/28th November 20:00


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H West Brom v Nottingham Forest

A Preston v Fulham

H Birmingham v Blackpool

H Bournemouth v Coventry

D Huddersfield v Middlesbrough

D Hull v Millwall

H Luton v Cardiff

D Peterborough v Barnsley

H Stoke v Blackburn

H Swansea v Reading

H Sheff Utd v Bristol City

D Derby v QPR

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West Brom v Nottingham Forest H

Preston v Fulham A

Birmingham v Blackpool  H

Bournemouth v Coventry  H

Huddersfield v Middlesbrough A

Hull v Millwall A

Luton v Cardiff A

Peterborough v Barnsley A

Stoke v Blackburn A

Swansea v Reading H

Sheff Utd v Bristol City H

Derby v QPR A

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H West Brom v Nottingham Forest (Apologies for the late entry)

A Preston v Fulham

D Birmingham v Blackpool

H Bournemouth v Coventry

D Huddersfield v Middlesbrough

A Hull v Millwall

H Luton v Cardiff

H Peterborough v Barnsley

H Stoke v Blackburn

H Swansea v Reading

H Sheff Utd v Bristol City

H Derby v QPR

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On 10/30/2021 at 6:37 PM, Maccarone said:

H West Brom v Nottingham Forest

A Preston v Fulham

H Birmingham v Blackpool

H Bournemouth v Coventry

A Huddersfield v Middlesbrough

A Hull v Millwall

D Luton v Cardiff

H Peterborough v Barnsley

H Stoke v Blackburn

H Swansea v Reading

G Sheff Utd v Bristol City

D Derby v QPR

@Maccarone Im assuming sheff Utd is h based on key location?

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West Brom v Nottingham Forest (missed this one)

Preston v Fulham A

Birmingham v Blackpool D

Bournemouth v Coventry H

Huddersfield v Middlesbrough D

Hull v Millwall D

Luton v Cardiff D

Peterborough v Barnsley H

Stoke v Blackburn H

Swansea v Reading H

Sheff Utd v Bristol City D

Derby v QPR D

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