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mil1lion

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Now the season is paused for the next month or so it's time to switch attention to the world cup. I thought it would be good to note down the fixtures to keep track of our player involvement. Here is the schedule for the group stage;

Times in UK

England (Kane, Dier) vs Iran - Mon Nov 21st 1pm BBC
Senegal (Sarr) vs Netherlands - Mon Nov 21st 4pm ITV
USA vs Wales (Davies, Rodon) - Mon Nov 21st 7pm ITV
Argentina (Romero) vs Saudi Arabia - Tuesday 22nd Nov 10am ITV
Denmark (Hojbjerg) vs Tunisia- Tuesday 22nd Nov 1pm ITV
France (Lloris) vs Australia- Tuesday 22nd Nov 7pm BBC
Morocco vs Croatia (Perisic) - Wednesday 23rd Nov 10am ITV
Uruguay (Bentancur) vs South Korea (Son) - Thursday 24th Nov 1pm BBC
Brazil (Richarlison) vs Serbia - Thursday 24th Nov 7pm BBC
Wales (Davies, Rodon) vs Iran - Friday 25th Nov 10am BBC
Qatar vs Senegal (Sarr) - Friday 25th Nov 1pm BBC
England (Kane, Dier) vs USA - Friday 25th Nov 7pm ITV
France (Lloris) vs Denmark (Hojbjerg) - Saturday 26th Nov 4pm ITV
Argentina (Romero) vs Mexico - Saturday 26th Nov 7pm ITV
Croatia (Perisic) vs Canada - Sunday 27th Nov 4pm BBC
South Korea (Son) vs Ghana - Monday 28th Nov 1pm BBC
Switzerland vs Brazil (Richarlison) - Monday 28th Nov 4pm ITV
Uruguay (Bentancur) vs Portugal- Monday 28th Nov 7pm ITV
Ecuador vs Senegal (Sarr) - Tuesday 29th Nov 3pm ITV
Wales (Davies, Rodon) vs England (Kane, Dier) - Tuesday 29th Nov 7pm BBC
Australia vs Denmark (Hojbjerg) - Wednesday 30th Nov 3pm BBC
Tunisia vs France (Lloris) - Wednesday 30th Nov 3pm BBC
Poland vs Argentina (Romero) - Wednesday 30th Nov 7pm BBC
Croatia (Perisic) vs Belgium - Thursday 1st Dec 3pm BBC
Ghana vs Uruguay (Bentancur) - Friday 2nd Dec 3pm BBC
South Korea (Son) vs Portugal - Friday 2nd Dec 3pm BBC
Cameroon vs Brazil (Richarlison) - Friday 2nd Dec 7pm ITV
Argentina (Romero) vs Australia - Saturday 3rd Dec 7pm BBC
France (Lloris) vs Poland - Sunday 4th Dec 3pm BBC
England (Kane, Dier) vs Senegal (Sarr) - Sunday 4th Dec 7pm ITV
Croatia (Perisic) vs Japan - Monday 5th Dec 3pm BBC
South Korea (Son) vs Brazil (Richarlison) - Monday 5th Dec 7pm ITV
Croatia (Perisic) vs Brazil (Richarlison) - Friday 9th Dec 3pm BBC
Argentina (Romero) vs Netherlands - Friday 9th Dec 7pm BBC
England (Kane, Dier) vs France (Lloris) - Saturday 10th Dec 7pm ITV
Argentina (Romero) vs Croatio (Perisic) - Tuesday 13th Dec 7pm ITV
Morocco vs France (Lloris) - Wednesday 14th Dec 7pm BBC
 
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garyhopkins

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Now the season is paused for the next month or so it's time to switch attention to the world cup. I thought it would be good to note down the fixtures to keep track of our player involvement. Here is the schedule for the group stage;

Times in UK

England (Kane, Dier) vs Iran - Mon Nov 21st 1pm
Senegal (Sarr) vs Netherlands - Mon Nov 21st 4pm
USA vs Wales (Davies, Rodon) - Mon Nov 21st 7pm
Argentina (Romero) vs Saudi Arabia - Tuesday 22nd Nov 10am
Denmark (Hojbjerg) vs Tunisia- Tuesday 22nd Nov 1pm
France (Lloris) vs Australia- Tuesday 22nd Nov 7pm
Morocco vs Croatia (Perisic) - Wednesday 23rd Nov 10am
Uruguay (Bentancur) vs South Korea (Son) - Thursday 24th Nov 1pm
Wales (Davies, Rodon) vs Iran - Friday 25th Nov 10am
Qatar vs Senegal (Sarr) - Friday 25th Nov 1pm
England (Kane, Dier) vs USA - Friday 25th Nov 7pm
France (Lloris) vs Denmark (Hojbjerg) - Saturday 26th Nov 4pm
Argentina (Romero) vs Mexico - Saturday 26th Nov 7pm
Croatia (Perisic) vs Canada - Sunday 27th Nov 4pm
South Korea (Son) vs Ghana - Monday 28th Nov 1pm
Uruguay (Bentancur) vs Portugal- Monday 28th Nov 7pm
Ecuador vs Senegal (Sarr) - Tuesday 29th Nov 3pm
Wales (Davies, Rodon) vs England (Kane, Dier) - Tuesday 29th Nov 7pm
Australia vs Denmark (Hojbjerg) - Wednesday 30th Nov 3pm
Tunisia vs France (Lloris) - Wednesday 30th Nov 3pm
Poland vs Argentina (Romero) - Wednesday 30th Nov 7pm
Croatia (Perisic) vs Belgium - Thursday 1st Dec 3pm
Ghana vs Uruguay (Bentancur) - Friday 2nd Dec 3pm
South Korea (Son) vs Portugal - Friday 2nd Dec 3pm
Thanks, but don't forget Richy....
 

easley91

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I'll be in the minority then and enjoy watching our players do their thing on the world stage. This is really helpful, thank you!
 

yellowbean

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Appreciate the breakdown. Can see S.Korea going out at the group stages so that should present a chance for Sonny to recharge for the second half of the season.

I fancy an Argentina/Brazil final but hope i'm wrong with my Spurs hat on as we could potentially be without Romero, Richarlison and Bentancur for Brentford.
 

mil1lion

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Updates with broadcasters
Any that are on BBC are available in 4K HDR via iPlayer provided the TV supports HLG HDR format
 

cider spurs

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I'll watch this bitch. Based purely on nothing more than the fact that money is involved in a dream team competition with mates.
 

Marty

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Bale, Cliff Jones and Terry Medwin together. Three great men in our colours so felt this was appropriate for the thread.

The most wholesome five minutes you can watch today.
 

mil1lion

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Bale, Cliff Jones and Terry Medwin together. Three great men in our colours so felt this was appropriate for the thread.

The most wholesome five minutes you can watch today.

There's also a Bale documentary "the rise of Gareth Bale" on sky sports app so I need to check that out. I really hope we see some of that magic from him, just not against England.

 

philll

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Something I noticed is that no club has players from more different nations at the World Cup than Tottenham...
Code:
Tottenham Hotspur FC        10
Chelsea FC                   9
Manchester City FC           9
FC Barcelona                 8
FC Bayern München            8
Manchester United FC         8
Arsenal FC                   7
Club Atlético de Madrid      7
Paris Saint-Germain FC       7
RB Leipzig                   7
(Argentina, Brazil, Croatia, Denmark, England, France, Senegal, South Korea, Uruguay and Wales)
 

Real_madyidd

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Something I noticed is that no club has players from more different nations at the World Cup than Tottenham...
Code:
Tottenham Hotspur FC        10
Chelsea FC                   9
Manchester City FC           9
FC Barcelona                 8
FC Bayern München            8
Manchester United FC         8
Arsenal FC                   7
Club Atlético de Madrid      7
Paris Saint-Germain FC       7
RB Leipzig                   7
(Argentina, Brazil, Croatia, Denmark, England, France, Senegal, South Korea, Uruguay and Wales)
Which prem team has the most players at the world cup?
 

philll

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Which prem team has the most players at the world cup?
City, with 16..
Code:
Premier League (130 players)
  MCI  Man City (16 players)
  MUN  Man United (14 players)
  CHE  Chelsea (12 players)
  TOT  Tottenham (12 players)
  ARS  Arsenal (10 players)
  LEI  Leicester City (7 players)
  LIV  Liverpool (7 players)
  BRE  Brentford (6 players)
  FUL  Fulham (6 players)
  BHA  Brighton Hove (5 players)
  NEW  Newcastle (5 players)
  NOT  Nottingham (5 players)
  WHU  West Ham (5 players)
  WOL  Wolverhampton (5 players)
  AVL  Aston Villa (4 players)
  EVE  Everton (4 players)
  LEE  Leeds United (3 players)
  CRY  Crystal Palace (2 players)
  SOU  Southampton (2 players)
There might be one or two errors, where I get the data from doesn't take loans into account (I had to change Rodon's team to Tottenham, for example).

Bayern have the most overall with 17 (although they might also be down to 16 because Mané makes it 17).

Edit - oh nevermind that about Mané, I thought he was out for the whole tournament but he's apparently only going to miss the group stage - which might or might not be the same thing, depending on if they get out of it without him but he's still in the squad.
 
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Kushal

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City, with 16..
Code:
Premier League (130 players)
  MCI  Man City (16 players)
  MUN  Man United (14 players)
  CHE  Chelsea (12 players)
  TOT  Tottenham (12 players)
  ARS  Arsenal (10 players)
  LEI  Leicester City (7 players)
  LIV  Liverpool (7 players)
  BRE  Brentford (6 players)
  FUL  Fulham (6 players)
  BHA  Brighton Hove (5 players)
  NEW  Newcastle (5 players)
  NOT  Nottingham (5 players)
  WHU  West Ham (5 players)
  WOL  Wolverhampton (5 players)
  AVL  Aston Villa (4 players)
  EVE  Everton (4 players)
  LEE  Leeds United (3 players)
  CRY  Crystal Palace (2 players)
  SOU  Southampton (2 players)
There might be one or two errors, where I get the data from doesn't take loans into account (I had to change Rodon's team to Tottenham, for example).

Bayern have the most overall with 17 (although they might also be down to 16 because Mané makes it 17).

Edit - oh nevermind that about Mané, I thought he was out for the whole tournament but he's apparently only going to miss the group stage - which might or might not be the same thing, depending on if they get out of it without him but he's still in the squad.

Advantage Bournemouth!
 
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