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Welcome the forum's Football Predictions League for the 2021-22 season! Sign-ups are now closed. The latest table can be found here. This post will be updated with the latest fixtures, results and standings throughout the season. After last week was 'frontloaded' with all but one match on the Saturday, this round is the opposite as the consequences of there now being two men's European club competitions on Thursday nights kick in. Seven meetings are on the Sunday, including a Tayside derby and two huge clashes in our regularly scheduled trip to France. There's also a rarer trip to the Netherlands as two of the Big Three face each other, just like last time out in Portugal. Plus, last but not least, a chance for ultimo – having sat out a round already – to climb off the bottom of the standings with some bonuses if he bets correctly. Week 7 fixtures Premier League Burnley v Arsenal Norwich City v Watford Aston Villa v Everton (17:30) Brighton & Hove Albion v Leicester City (Sunday 14:00) West Ham United v Manchester United w/@ultimo the great (Sunday 14:00) Tottenham Hotspur v Chelsea (Sunday 16:30) Scottish Premiership Dundee United v Dundee (Sunday 12:00) Ligue Un Nice v Monaco (Sunday 12:00) Paris St Germain v Olympique Lyonnais (Sunday 19:45) Eredivisie PSV v Feyenoord (Sunday 13:30) All games kick off on Saturday and at 15:00 unless stated. Times are listed in BST. === [FPL Cup stuff goes here during relevant weeks.] === Week 6 results Premier League Brentford 0-1 Brighton & Hove Albion Leicester City 0-1 Manchester City Manchester United 4-1 Newcastle United Southampton 0-0 West Ham United Watford 0-2 Wolverhampton Wanderers Chelsea 3-0 Aston Villa Leeds United 0-3 Liverpool German Bundesliga Bayer Leverkusen 3-4 Borussia Dortmund (!) RB Leipzig 1-4 Bayern Munich A Primeira Liga Sporting Lisbon 1-1 Porto
It's that time of year again where football clubs start to reveal their new kits and so time for this year's kit thread. I'll start things off with my team, Liverpool, who will switch from Warrior to their parent company New Balance. Not a bad effort, but I think it could've been a bit more imaginative as I think its rather plain. http://www.liverpoolfc.com/news/latest-news/183325-revealed-lfc-s-new-2015-16-home-kit So what will your club be sporting next season?