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Owls' Ipswich Clash On Sky

Wednesday's clash against Roy Keane's Ipswich Town at Portman Road has been selected to be screened live on Sky TV.

The Championship clash takes place on Saturday, November 21, and was previously scheduled for a 3pm kick-off, but has been moved to 5.20pm on the same day for live Sky coverage.

The match will add to the Owls' coverage at Bramall Lane for the Steel City derby later this month, as well as the clash against Watford at Vicarage Road on Friday, October 23.




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Writer: Nick Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday September 3 2009

Time: 11:24AM

Your Comments

looks like everyone wants to watch the wednesday ;)
stealthyowl
deffinately not stealthpig!! ANYWAY.... on a different note - i'm really pleased that the blades are donating the derby day fixture to the childrens hospital, it has to be the best charity going!!! it's great to see us backing charitys on a regular basis especially when money is difficult to come by at this moment in time. credit to both clubs!!
bladesforlife1889
I'm not surprised pigforlife your only 6 years old yourself
ecco owl
United did their bit for charity when they bought Billy Sharp for 2m more than they sold him. Mind you they saved some of that from their own sell on clause. Muppets.
Radon Barrier
no matter what people put on here you always have to have a smart arse dig don't ya? then you wonder why we come on here and say the truth so much about you debt ridden, shockingly run, falling down club!!
bladesforlife1889
"no matter what people put on here you always have to have a smart arse dig don't ya?" Well, yes we do. Why do we do that? Perhaps it's because even when you're input is constructive, you start off with a smart arse comment too. Gonad. "Definately not stealthpig" may well have started that one Einstein.
Carbone's Padawan
Pfl rears his ugly 2-faced head again
johnnywalker69
 

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