Big Mick Energy
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This week: come for the great potteries throwdown and stay for Michelle's Wazza at Glasto story.

Plus the team delve into the ill feelings around Portman Road, they praise Derek Adams' impact at Morecambe, and Turf Moor? Adrian loves the grass at Fratton Park.


PART 1a - EFL FAC POTW (03.00)

PART 2a - Return of the Mick (06.00)

PART 2b - Stoke 1-2 Watford (10.30)

PART 2c - Middlesbrough 0-1 Blackburn (15.30)

PART 2d - Transfer tracker (19.00) 

PART 2e - Paddy Power acca cracker (23.00)

PART 3a - Portsmouth 0-4 Hull (25.00)

PART 3b - Lincoln 2-1 Northampton (30.00)

PART 3c - Ipswich 0-1 Peterborough (35.30)

PART 3d - Paddy Power acca cracker (41.00)

PART 4a - Oldham 3-2 Newport (43.30)

PART 4b - Scunthorpe 3-0 Grimsby (47.00)

PART 4c - Morecambe 3-0 Colchester United (50.00)

PART 4d - Paddy Power acca cracker (53.00)

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