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What's on this week at The Crossbar

10 September 2019

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With plenty of sporting events taking place over the next seven days, why not get yourself down to Poolfoot Farm and watch the games in style at The Crossbar.

England’s national team are back in action on Tuesday as they will be looking to take the form they showed against Bulgaria into their next qualifier against Kosovo, which kicks-off at 7:45pm. Make sure you get here early as just like the World Cup and Nations League, it will be well attended.

A special event is taking place on Wednesday evening as former Manchester City captain Vincent Kompany is having his testimonial. This will showcase the likes of Nigel De Jong, Shaun Wright-Phillips, Paul Scholes and former Arsenal striker, Thierry Henry. 

Skipping past Thursday, Sky Bet Championship football is up next as Derby County host Cardiff City at the Pride park Stadium in a 7:45pm kick-off.

Moving on to Saturday, there is a Premier League double header as the early kick-off is between Liverpool and Newcastle United (12:30pm), and the late kick-off is Norwich City v Manchester City (5:30pm).

Right at the end of the week is Super Sunday, and it starts with Sheffield Wednesday travelling to the John Smith’s Stadium to face Huddersfield Town (12:30pm). This will be followed by Bournemouth v Everton (2:00pm), and then to finish the week off, the 4:30pm game is Quique Flores’ Watford taking on Arsenal.

Remember there will be food and drink offers throughout the week, so make sure you make the most what is on offer.

Here is a list of all the TV fixtures shown at The Crossbar:

Tuesday 10th September – England v Kosovo (7:45pm)

Wednesday 11th September – Vincent Kompany Testimonial (7pm)

Friday 13th September – Derby County v Cardiff City (7:45pm)

Saturday 14th September – Liverpool v Newcastle United (12:30pm) & Norwich City v Manchester City (5:30pm)

Sunday 15th September – Huddersfield Town v Sheffield Wednesday (12:00pm), Bournemouth v Everton (2:00pm) & Watford v Arsenal (4:30pm)


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