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FA Cup betting guideThe teams to outperform market expectations and embark on extended cup runs

Only Portsmouth in 2008 and Wigan in 2013 have managed to break the stranglehold Arsenal, Chelsea, Manchester City, Manchester United and Liverpool have had on this competition since 1996.
Published Friday at 02:21 pm on Telegraph

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Phil Masinga may not have played often for Leeds but his skill, heart and tenacity made a lasting impression

Philomen Masinga, who died of cancer at the age of 49 on Sunday, was not a Leeds United “cult hero” in the standard sense, though that designation was the most commonly applied one because it is difficult to find the right kind of label newspapers insist on having for a player who scored 11 goals in 39 appearances.
Published yesterday at 05:06 pm on Telegraph

Rob BagchiPhil Masinga may not have played often for Leeds but his skill, heart and tenacity made a lasting impression

Philomen Masinga, who died of cancer at the age of 49 on Sunday, was not a Leeds United “cult hero” in the standard sense, though that designation was the most commonly applied one because it is difficult to find the right kind of label newspapers insist on having for a player who scored 11 goals in 39 appearances.
Published yesterday at 08:16 am on Telegraph

L1: Sunderland draw with Luton

Sunderland and Luton shared the points in a 1-1 draw at the Stadium of Light in the big game of the day in League One as both teams ended the match with 10 men.
Published last Saturday at 06:31 pm on SkySports

We Have Never Done Well Against Bottom-Placed Sides - Notes for Rotherham

HarryFromBath assesses the mood in the opposition camp ahead of Saturday’s game at Portman Road by delving into their forums.
Published last Friday at 11:46 am on TWTD.co.uk

FA Cup third round clockwatch: Every goal from today's ties as three Premier League sides are knocked out

A marathon day of FA Cup action eventually claimed the scalps of two Premier League sides who may quietly consider their relegation battles their main priority this season.
Published Saturday at 07:46 pm on Telegraph

FA Cup third round clockwatch live: Every goal from today's ties

A marathon day of FA Cup action eventually claimed the scalps of two Premier League sides who may quietly consider their relegation battles their main priority this season.
Published Saturday at 07:41 pm on Telegraph

FA Cup: the teams to outperform market expectations and embark on extended cup runs 

Only Portsmouth in 2008 and Wigan in 2013 have managed to break the stranglehold Arsenal, Chelsea, Manchester City, Manchester United and Liverpool have had on this competition since 1996.
Published Friday at 02:06 pm on Telegraph

PFA chief executive Gordon Taylor may face further questioning as it emerges he is still paying himself £2.2m

Gordon Taylor, the embattled PFA chief executive, could face further questions from a Charity Commission investigation after it emerged he has continued to receive a hugely controversial £2.
Published Thursday at 12:26 pm on Telegraph

L1: Portsmouth's lead cut

Portsmouth's lead atop Sky Bet League One was cut to one point after goals at the end of each half gave Gillingham a 2-0 upset victory at Priestfield.
Published Wednesday at 06:21 pm on SkySports

Pennington: No Regrets About Joining Town

Town may be propping up the Championship table but Matthew Pennington is adamant he has no regrets about joining on a season-long loan from Everton.
Published 1 month ago on TWTD.co.uk


Walsall's Results
Jan 12Scunthorpe United1 - 2H
Jan 5Bolton Wanderers2 - 5A
Jan 1Charlton Athletic1 - 2A
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Walsall's Fixtures
Jan 19GillinghamA
Jan 22Plymouth ArgyleA
Feb 2RochdaleH
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League One Table
PosTeamPldGDPts
14Acc. Stanley26-835
15Scunthorpe28-1733
16Walsall27-1432
17Gillingham27-631
18Shrewsbury27-630
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