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Wednesday 5 March, 8pm - international friendly, Millwall
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Sunday 30 March, 130pm - Everton, Premier League
Sunday 23 March, 130pm - Southampton, Premier League
Monday 7 April, 8pm - Sunderland, Premier League (on sale 6 Mar)
OTHER NOTABLE GAMES
On Sunday 23 March at Wembley we have the FA Trophy final between Cambridge United and Gosport Borough. If you don't know, this is a knockout cup competition for teams in the top four levels of the non-league game (levels 5-8 nationally). Cambridge are currently second in the Conference Premier while Gosport are marooned at the bottom of the Conference South (the division below) so will be very much the underdogs.
Watching the big clubs' youth and reserve teams often provides pretty good value. On Friday night we've got an U21 Premier League match between West Ham United and Liverpool. The match takes place at Rush Green Stadium in Romford to the east of London. I'm not certain of admission prices for this yet but it won't be more than £5.
Saturday 29 March sees Isthmian League club Wingate & Finchley offering a 'Pay What You Want' scheme for their match against AFC Hornchurch. These initiatives often prove very popular and I'm keen to hear from any clubs, non-league or otherwise, if they want help promoting such events so please let me know.
Also way into the future, the annual football Varsity match between the universities of Oxford and Cambridge will be taking place at Craven Cottage on Sunday 6 April. It takes place on the same day as the more famous televised boat race which begins shortly after the match on the Thames which passes the ground. For £15 you'll get to see one of the oldest football fixtures in the world (this will be the 130th meeting) and then be able to watch the opening mile of the boat race from the vantage point of Craven Cottage's Riverside Terrace - your £15 also gets you some free food and drink!
If you know of any other deals I may have missed or your club is running a promotion let me know.
It should also be noted that the top four levels are for fully professional teams. Level 5 has a mixture of professional and semi-professional teams, while Levels 6-10 will see most players paid but it will vary from no more than travel expenses at the bottom, right up to several hundred pounds a week at the top (e.g. clubs in the Conference South).
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2. Chelsea v Tottenham Hotspur - we've got a mouthwatering west versus north London derby at Stamford Bridge on Saturday. I think it's fair to say that very little love is lost between these two sides with both probably only disliking Arsenal more so there should be a decent atmosphere. At the current time both have plenty to play for in terms of the league. Chelsea are currently top and scrapping for every point in the hunt for their first title since 2009/10 while Spurs need every point they can get to try and keep their slim hopes of a top-four finish alive. Given that they haven't won here since 1990 (that's 26 visits in all competitions), the odds are firmly stacked against Tottenham in this one. (Premier League, Saturday 8 March, 530pm. Ticket info)
3. Arsenal v Everton - a little earlier the same day on the north side of town, there's a very interesting FA Cup quarter-final taking place. At the time of writing, both clubs are in the Premier League's top six but this competition is increasingly looking like the most realistic chance of silverware for either team this season so they should both really go for it. In recent years, Gunners boss Arsene Wenger has tended to rest players a little too often in the FA Cup, sometimes with disastrous consequences so it would be almost negligent if he were to do it again. The Toffees have very little to lose and squad morale is probably higher as a result so I quite fancy them for a cupset. (FA Cup, Saturday 8 March, 1245pm. Ticket info)
4. Brentford v Bradford City - all our local Championship sides are on the road this week which means the focus next shifts to League One and title contenders Brentford. The Bees have now gone on a winless run of two games after losing to Wolves and drawing with Carlisle. Big deal you might say but when there's a fight between three very evenly matched teams for just two automatic promotion spots, it could make all the difference. Going into the weekend there was only one point between them, now Brentford find themselves three points adrift after Wolves and Leyton Orient both won. They will need to stop the rot quickly if they are to keep touch and in Bradford they face a midtable team who are much closer to the relegation places than play-off places in terms of points so should be beaten. Failure here could see panic start to set in. (League One, Saturday 8 March, 3pm. Ticket info)
5. AFC Wimbledon v York City - both these sides narrowly missed relegation last season so this year's campaign, which sees them well clear of the relegation places, must be classed as a success. Mathematically it could get even more successful as the play-off spots are less than three wins away. That is still quite a significant gap but with 12 games to go it could be bridged. The visitors are in better form but the Dons have won their last four against them. (League Two, Saturday 8 March, 3pm. Ticket info)
6. Barnet v Gateshead - I have to admit to having taken my eye off the ball somewhat when it comes to Barnet. They always seem to be hovering around the top 10 in the Conference with a chance of making the play-off places so it came as a bit of shock today when I noticed that they had jumped up to third after a fine five game winning run. Sadly they lost at home to Woking on Saturday but the teams immediately below them all failed to win so they got away with it. This Saturday they host Gateshead who are among the chasing pack so there's plenty to play for. (Conference Premier, Saturday 8 March, 3pm. Ticket info)
7. Dartford v Chester - at the other end of the table we've got this crucial match which will be shown live on BT Sport on Friday night. I've made much of Dartford's phoenix like rise from the ashes over the last few weeks but the last seven days has seen them waste two great chances to really pull away from the bottom four as they have taken only one point from fellow strugglers Aldershot and Southport. Next up are Chester who are just three points ahead of them in the all important 20th position. After a bad run the Blues are enjoying a bit of a resurgence too with eight points from their last four games. It's going to be tough and gritty but it should provide a great start to a weekend of football watching. (Conference Premier, Friday 7 March, 745pm. Ticket info)
8. Bromley v Sutton United - the game of the week in the Conference South pits first against third in a south London derby at Hayes Lane. Bromley have been top for months but are now back within reach of second-placed Eastleigh who are starting to win their games in hand. With Bromley only taking four points from their last three games, it's got to a stage where their one time 11-point lead will be completely wiped out if their Hampshire rivals win their two remaining games in hand. Ending this slump is therefore crucial but in Sutton they face very tough opposition who beat them 1-0 back in October and want to make sure of a play-off spot themselves. Massive game! (Conference South, Tuesday 4 March, 745pm. Ticket info)
9. Carshalton Athletic v Wealdstone - the Stones had this weekend off and sat back and watched as everyone else in the top five lost. Although third and four points behind leaders Dulwich, the title is theirs for the taking as they have four games in hand on them and second placed Maidstone and have played less than everyone else in the top six. Buoyed by this and a recent derby win over Harrow, Gordon Bartlett's side face a tiring week with two important league matches against relegation threatend opposition and a Middlesex Senior Cup quarter-final against local rivals Harefield. I've gone for this game as it's an all-London affair and both teams need the points. Carshalton only avoided relegation last season after an administrative error saw Thurrock deducted points to go down in their place. It's fair to say that they haven't made the most of their second chance and being 12 points adrift of safety with 15 games to go, you could say they're as good as down already. (Isthmian League Premier Division, Saturday 8 March, 3pm. Ticket info)
10. Phoenix Sports v Whyteleafe - last up this week we've got this top four clash from the Southern Counties East League. After many weeks, Whyteleafe's consistency and fine eight-game winning run has finally seen them top the table. Their latest performance on Saturday was the pick of them all as they demolished Lordswood 7-0 away. Phoenix are a canny side and topped the league themselves earlier in the season. They also knocked the Leafe out of the League Cup but got drubbed 5-1 themselves when they last met in the league. (Southern Counties East League, Saturday 8 March, 3pm. Club info)
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