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West Brom Set For Telly Again

West Brom Set For Telly Again

The FA Cup Semi-Final between West Bromwich Albion and Portsmouth will be televised live on BBC One on the 5th April.

The Baggies face the only Premier League side left in the competition that has seen a bonanza of giant killers making their way through to the latter stages of the tournament.

So that's BBC One, Kick Off at 1215 BST. The other semi-final between Barnsley and Cardiff will be shown on the 6th of April on Sky Sports.

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Writer:BaggieInExile
Date:Wednesday March 12 2008
Time: 2:40PM

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Look forward to seeing you on TV again, any chance of you scoring five once more? :-)
StevieG Col U
12/03/2008 14:49:00
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Five, you're having a laugh mate. Prepare to meet the walls of Pompey. Very little gets past us. Though we may let the Brummies & Villa lot in, our next 2 home games, they seem a bit pointless now.
storagematt
12/03/2008 16:00:00
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On the telly eh.. Won't you guys be at Wembley ??.... Have you had your ticket details published yet ??
Chix
14/03/2008 12:04:00
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hope you show up and through pompey out of the cup
ozanne park rangers
20/03/2008 20:46:00
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It's spelt 'throw' & no they won't!
storagematt
23/03/2008 22:25:00
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opr- you are a tw*t
plymouth graham
02/04/2008 00:56:00
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