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Latics v Leicester City Re-Scheduled




The Latics v Leicester City Championship game, which was originally scheduled for Saturday 8th March will now take place on Tuesday 1st April with a 7:45pm kick off.

The reason for the change is our involvement in the quarter-final of the FA cup where we have of course been drawn against last season's beaten finalists Manchester City, who were of course beaten by us.




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Date:Tuesday February 18 2014

Time: 11:40PM

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