Bradford Player Ratings
Player Current Rating Your Rating
Matt Duke 0
Stephen Darby 0
Carl McHugh * 0
Rory McArdle 0
James Meredith 0
Garry Thompson * 0
Gary Jones 0
Nathan Doyle 0
Will Atkinson 0
James Hanson 0
Nahki Wells * 0
Jon McLaughlin 0
Ricky Ravenhill 0
Ritchie Jones 0
Craig Forsyth 0
Alan Connell
(Sub)
0
Tom Naylor
(Sub)
0
Blair Turgott
(Sub)
0
Torquay Player Ratings
Player Current Rating Your Rating
Michael Poke 0
Daniel Leadbitter 0
Brian Saah 0
Aaron Downes 0
Kevin Nicholson 0
Billy Bodin * 0
Craig Easton 0
Ryan Jarvis * 0
Nathan Craig 0
Danny Stevens * 0
Rene Howe 0
Martin Rice 0
Damon Lathrope
(Sub)
0
Angus MacDonald
(Sub)
0
Saul Halpin 0
Thomas Cruise 0
Ashley Yeoman 0
Niall Thompson
(Sub)
0

League Two Fixtures

Friday, 28 November 2014
19:00
Accrington v Exeter  
Saturday, 29 November 2014
15:00
AFC W'don v Cambridge Utd  
Bury v Dag + Red  
Carlisle v Newport  
Cheltenhm v Oxford Utd  
Hartlepool v Wycombe  
Luton v Mansfield  
Plymouth v York City  
Shrewsbury v Burton Alb  
Southend v Northamptn  
Stevenage v Morecambe  
Tranmere v Portsmth  

Footer 365

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Champions League: Jose Mourinho hopes Chelsea beat Schalke to reach knockout stages

Jose Mourinho is keen for Chelsea to seal their place in the Champions League knockout stages with a win over Schalke.

Mail Box

Is Anybody Still Saying 'Wenger In'?

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