The slate of televised Premier League games being shown live in the UK this weekend starts with a Friday night offering before the normal coverage of four games split over Saturday and Sunday. Of the remaining untelevised fixtures, 4 (including Everton v Watford) are scheduled to kick off at 3 pm on Saturday with highlights on Match of the Day.

Friday 22 October 2021

20:00 BST – Arsenal v Aston Villa on Sky Sports

Saturday 23 October 2021

12:30 BST – Chelsea v Norwich City on BT Sport 1
16:00 BST – Final Score on BBC One
17:30 BST – Brighton & Hove Albion v Manchester City on Sky Sports
22:30 BST – Match of the Day on BBC One

Sunday 24th October 2021

07:30 BST – Match of the Day (Repeat) on BBC One
14:00 BST – West Ham Utd v Tottenham Hotspur on Sky Sports
16:30 BST – Manchester Utd v Liverpool on Sky Sports
22:30 BST – Match of the Day 2 on BBC One

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Bill Gall
1 Posted 22/10/2021 at 20:35:29
Arsenal up against Villa; a win will put them level with us.
Paul Birmingham
2 Posted 22/10/2021 at 20:41:54
The next 8 games, which are very tough will have a big impact on this season for Everton.

Let’s hope that Rafa can resurrect Rondon, and the team spirit and attitude shown at United is shown in every game.

But every team will also get injuries, so let’s worry about Everton, and forget the rest.

Bill Gall
3 Posted 22/10/2021 at 20:52:58
Referees trying to get Arsenal up to the Top 6. Never a penalty.
Danny O’Neill
4 Posted 22/10/2021 at 21:02:35
Penalty all day Bill. Arsenal worth that so far. Niggly game though. I see a sending off at some point.
Kieran Kinsella
5 Posted 22/10/2021 at 21:13:21

Are your wife's fellow Villains putting Smith under scrutiny? I know early last year he was given a hard time but after his summer spend (albeit with Grealish having gone) I have been a bit underwhelmed by them so far -- except when we played them of course. Ings and Watkins don't seem to have built up an understanding, Bailey can't get off the bench. Personally, I think has earned more time but knowing how fans can be, I wouldn't be surprised if there's some angst.

Rob Halligan
6 Posted 22/10/2021 at 21:14:20
Can someone explain to me how Tyrone Mings is a professional footballer, because for me, he is absolute trash!
Colin Metcalfe
7 Posted 22/10/2021 at 21:26:17
Utter rubbish, like so many Premier League games these days, played at such a speed that passes are all over the place and no skillful play on show. Poor spectacle IMO – and don't even get me started on that penalty decision.
Tom Bowers
8 Posted 22/10/2021 at 22:09:25
Rob Halligan I agree about Mings. He is totally over-rated especially by Southgate. He is just a clogger.

The Gunners have played very well and have run Villa ragged.
The penalty was a bit harsh but Arsenal deserved the win.

As far as our beloved Blues are concerned I think I speak for most of us when I say things are going to be tough until January without some key players.

We are an average team without the depth necessary to keep pace with the top echelon.

The bad new this week about DCL's setback and the Doucoure injury is hard to take.

I still think Rafa can do something but only if he get's all his players fit and is given some cash in January to strengthen the team.

The game tomorrow will be just as tough with Watford smarting from a shellacking by RS and probably buoyed by Everton's injuries.

I don't know why I keep saying it but now would be a good time for Rondon to start scoring.

Barry Hesketh
9 Posted 22/10/2021 at 22:14:45
I think Rondon will only start scoring if he takes up darts and I'm unsure if he's fit enough to endure 3 sets of that.

That penalty for Arsenal was dubious, to say the least, and it wouldn't be given against them at the other end.

Danny O’Neill
10 Posted 22/10/2021 at 23:00:44
@ Various, given the recent lively debate about the merits of being at the match or not and what view you get, my instinct told me it was a penalty. I then watched an angle that I thought may see the decision go the other way. But ultimately, when you watch the angle the referee makes his decision on, it's a penalty. No doubt in my mind. The Villa player hits the back of the Arsenal player's left foot before the ball. It's a foul in the box = penalty. My question would be did he need to go to ground in the box and make that tackle when the striker's back was to goal?

Which summed up that match. Niggly encounter between 2 average teams and lots of referee harassing, Mings seems particularly fond of that. So I would say Colin, football can be played at pace. But there has to be quality and pace can be in the mind as well as in the jet=powered boots.

One final note, and I know some fans likes it, but Arteta? Is he trying to promote himself as some sort of Pep / Klopp mutation? Sometimes you need a manager to motivate the team. To me he was over-coaching from the side and over-doing it. Even Klopp and Pep occasionally sit down and fold their arms and watch what's going on before knowing when to step in and instruct. Benitez is similar.

Kieran, not hearing that just yet, but 2nd season syndrome for Watkins? Silly and lucky boy in the first minute. Retaliation used to be a straight red, so I don't know if the rule has changed? Maybe the loss of Grealish is affecting them? They'v'e replaced with a very good player who I would have liked, but Bailey is a very different player to the style they got accustomed to.

Kieran Kinsella
11 Posted 23/10/2021 at 13:59:29
Five Englishmen score for Chelsea today. When’s the last time that happened?
Will Mabon
12 Posted 23/10/2021 at 14:08:52
Yep, a rare occurrence.

Not so rare sadly, are manager sackings - and I feel we may be close to the next.

Danny O’Neill
13 Posted 23/10/2021 at 14:10:08
Long season ahead for Norwich.

Lawrenson & Dublin earlier declaring City & Liverpool streets ahead of the rest. Watch out for Chelsea.

Great save by Krul just then. Equally good one by the Norwich defender!!

Kieran Kinsella
14 Posted 23/10/2021 at 14:30:49
Shearer saying on NBC he is going to educate himself on human rights issues in South Africa in relation to Newcastle takeover.. . He’s got a long way to go. A map would be a good start
Danny O’Neill
15 Posted 23/10/2021 at 14:42:25
Please tell me he was being stupidly arrogant or sarcastic Kieran and not just stupid and ignorant.
Kieran Kinsella
16 Posted 23/10/2021 at 14:44:50
He’s stupid Danny. Rebecca Lowe was cringing
Dale Self
17 Posted 24/10/2021 at 14:02:34
Fuck it. C'mon Hammers, suck it, Spurs.
Danny O’Neill
18 Posted 24/10/2021 at 14:23:31
We have recently debated the keeper's position influenced by the desire line on other threads.

In the last 5 minutes alone, Tottenham's goalie has done the "keeper sweeper" thing twice.

Jordan can't or doesn't because our defence is so deep anyway.

Dale Self
19 Posted 24/10/2021 at 14:59:47
A fair point. Keane's situation is a combination of no long-term partnership, no covering central defensive midfielder, and a lack of confidence. We don't have the players to run the setup most effective for his qualities.

At least we avoided Nuno NoGawdNo...

Danny O’Neill
20 Posted 24/10/2021 at 15:01:25
Great save from Fabianski to deny Kane. Although not obvious, good defending by Cresswell. He knows he's not beating Kane, but does enough to get in his way and put pressure on him to stop him putting the header down.

I know scouts and coaches see different things in players at different stages, particularly youth players, but what a shame a talent who grew up a mile or so from Finch Farm is plying his trade in the East End.

Rob Halligan
21 Posted 24/10/2021 at 15:19:06
For someone who looked hurt and about to roll over several times after that challenge, Fornals didn't half jump up quickly just then.
Dale Self
22 Posted 24/10/2021 at 15:33:38
If ever a game needed a goal. West Ham 1-0 Spurs.
Danny O’Neill
23 Posted 24/10/2021 at 16:15:19
That almost felt like a carbon copy of last week. Tight uneventful game won by a corner in the 70-something minute.

Keep it tight and knick one!

Michael Lynch
24 Posted 24/10/2021 at 16:39:00
Man Utd defence actually worse than ours. Didn't think that was possible. Liverpool are going to have a field day here, could be double figures I reckon.
Steve Brown
25 Posted 24/10/2021 at 16:45:09
I think Man Utd have been studying our defence!
Rob Halligan
26 Posted 24/10/2021 at 17:09:53
3-0. Could OGS be sacked at half-time?
Pete Hughes
27 Posted 24/10/2021 at 17:10:40
Watching Man Utd v Liverpool with real envy, they are everything we are not!
Dale Self
28 Posted 24/10/2021 at 17:11:31
Goooole'. Man Utd could be worse football value on the pitch than us.
Joe McMahon
29 Posted 24/10/2021 at 17:12:54
Pete, that's been the situation for decades. 6 European cups says it all. Annoying isn't it.
Paul Birmingham
30 Posted 24/10/2021 at 17:13:03
Caps off this bad weekend in terms of Everton.
Allan Board
31 Posted 24/10/2021 at 17:15:40
It just makes it worse seeing how quick and well Liverpool play football. 100% the goods from them every game. Our lot are like little puppy dogs in comparison. Bloody hell.
Bill Gall
32 Posted 24/10/2021 at 17:16:41
Wonder why the two most successful teams in the Premier League in goal scoring don't need a big lumbering #9 – yet Benitez wants one, even though he is not even fit.
Dale Self
33 Posted 24/10/2021 at 17:17:02
Hee Hee. Now boys…
Brent Stephens
34 Posted 24/10/2021 at 17:20:12
Disgrace, Ole. Disgrace.
Mike Doyle
35 Posted 24/10/2021 at 17:20:52
If Liverpool beat Man Utd by a 6-goal margin, we move up a place on goal difference! So still a chance of something positive to come out of this weekend of embarrassment.
Matthew Williams
36 Posted 24/10/2021 at 17:21:45
A weekend to forget.
Rob Halligan
37 Posted 24/10/2021 at 17:22:07
4-0 at half-time. Should Liverpool score two more without reply, then we will move up a place!!!
Paul Birmingham
38 Posted 24/10/2021 at 17:22:44
Superb, Mike, that would be a welcome positive.

This could get worse for United.

Rob Halligan
39 Posted 24/10/2021 at 17:23:00
Beat me to it, Mike!!
Anthony A Hughes
40 Posted 24/10/2021 at 17:25:16
We're light-years behind them, on and off the pitch, but eh – shiny new stadium coming in a few years... we can watch our completely crap football in some quality surroundings.

Fucking joke club, Everton.

Pete Hughes
41 Posted 24/10/2021 at 17:25:23

It's bloody heartbreaking.

Jim Bennings
42 Posted 24/10/2021 at 17:26:28
Liverpool are absolutely ruthless!

That's what Tom Davies should have done at Old Trafford two weeks ago, typical of one of our players to not take responsibility though.

Redshite must be in absolute Dreamland watching this side they've produced now, the best side in their history and in Salah arguably the best most effective player on the planet right now.

Mike Doyle
43 Posted 24/10/2021 at 17:27:43
Rob will be pleased to know that, although I watched yesterday's game on my laptop, at the end – and summoning up the spirit of Goodison in the 1970s – I threw several small balls of cotton wool at the screen.

I couldn't risk throwing cushions at my new laptop screen. But it's the thought that counts!

Will Mabon
44 Posted 24/10/2021 at 17:28:12
Interesting that so far, not one of the goals has been a result of individual brilliance, exceptional player ability. Just work rate, movement, teamwork and application. Plus the kind of full-team fitness we haven't seen here since I-don't-know-when.

It's not always about the hugely expensive players.

Anthony A Hughes
45 Posted 24/10/2021 at 17:31:49
Agree, Will, none or our players actually seem to look like sportsman and athletes.

This plan to concede possession and play on the counter leaves our players chasing the ball too much.

Rob Halligan
46 Posted 24/10/2021 at 17:35:08
Can anyone explain why Ronaldo, having taken three deliberate swipes at Curtis Jones, only received a yellow card? Kicks number two and three each deserved a yellow card, so he should have seen red.
Danny O’Neill
47 Posted 24/10/2021 at 17:36:09
Liverpool have ripped United apart.

Was it the 2nd when Maguire and Shaw had a complete communication breakdown?

I don't hold much hope for Ole lasting into early next week.

Mike Doyle
48 Posted 24/10/2021 at 17:36:53
Jim #42,

Where I live and work, I'm surrounded by Chelsea supporters – most of whom are still asking why the Mo Salah who has been brilliant for Liverpool was bang average – “a squad filler at best” – when he played for them.

Most of his time at Chelsea, he was a sub – a bit like, er... Josh King!

Pat Kelly
49 Posted 24/10/2021 at 17:37:20
Ole could be available soon...
Michael Lynch
50 Posted 24/10/2021 at 17:37:34
And we think we've got problems.

I'm almost past caring because the Premier League has turned into something close to other European leagues now, with two or three sides so far ahead of the rest that it's like two leagues in one division.

Chelsea, Man City and Liverpool are going to sweep aside anyone that isn't 100% on it by three to eight goals every week.

The battle is for 4th place, and that's probably as open as it's ever been. Shame we're in another of our "transition" periods and can't make a tilt at it. Moyes might fancy his chances with the 'Ammers though.

Will Mabon
51 Posted 24/10/2021 at 17:37:55
I think we have a handful, Anthony but they struggle in the scheme of it, they're a minority. I agree about the possession, it's gone too far and cedes too much control.

Ah well, here's to two more goals – not something I really like to wish for when you-know-who are involved, but...

Will Mabon
52 Posted 24/10/2021 at 17:38:45
Rob - you already know the answer to that...
Will Mabon
53 Posted 24/10/2021 at 17:40:59
There's the first!
Rob Halligan
54 Posted 24/10/2021 at 17:41:58
5-0. Only one more to get. Knowing them bastards, they will score 6 then concede 1 in the last minute just to stop us moving up a place!!
Jim Bennings
55 Posted 24/10/2021 at 17:42:00
What's the biggest ever top flight away victory?

Right now, it wouldn't shock me if Liverpool win this 10-0.

Rob Halligan
56 Posted 24/10/2021 at 17:42:48
Shit. Need two now.
Will Mabon
57 Posted 24/10/2021 at 17:43:17
There's yer prawn sandwich fans — leaving!!!
Bill Gall
58 Posted 24/10/2021 at 17:43:43
First away player to score a hat-trick at Old Trafford since 1936.
Will Mabon
59 Posted 24/10/2021 at 17:43:50
Rob Halligan
60 Posted 24/10/2021 at 17:43:51
No, still one. Goal ruled offside.
David Hallwood
61 Posted 24/10/2021 at 17:44:07
But Liverpool isn't pass pass pass: get the ball knock it forward.
Will Mabon
62 Posted 24/10/2021 at 17:44:41
Haha! Lovely.
Jay Harris
63 Posted 24/10/2021 at 17:44:44
The colour draining from Sir Alex Ferguson but at least they are conceding 5 to a top side. Our lot have no excuse.
Michael Lynch
64 Posted 24/10/2021 at 17:44:44
Disallowed... so only one more and we go above the Mancs.

How over-rated is that Salah though? Best player in the world my arse, he's decent but he's no Rondon.

Rob Halligan
65 Posted 24/10/2021 at 17:45:02
Will, I can't believe we're saying all this. 😬😬😬
Colin Glassar
66 Posted 24/10/2021 at 17:47:26
I'm actually enjoying the Old Trafford Massacre.
Dale Self
67 Posted 24/10/2021 at 17:49:03
May the football gods forgive me for wanting another Liverpool goal.
Will Mabon
68 Posted 24/10/2021 at 17:50:15
Rob - what happens in Vegas. No mention after tonight, eh?
Michael Lynch
69 Posted 24/10/2021 at 17:50:31
That's going to be a red card.
Dale Self
70 Posted 24/10/2021 at 17:51:20
Do it man, red!
Rob Halligan
71 Posted 24/10/2021 at 17:51:52
Pogba sent off. Was an horrendous challenge. Only been on 15 minutes. Man Utd could easily be down to nine men.
Brian Murray
72 Posted 24/10/2021 at 17:52:05
If the prawn sandwich brigade need a waiter to serve them, I know one.
Michael Lynch
73 Posted 24/10/2021 at 17:52:13
Jesus, half an our to go 0-5 and down to 10 men. I was in the Paddock when we got done by Liverpool in the Glen Keeley derby, and this is probably worse.

Ole is sooooo sacked.

Will Mabon
74 Posted 24/10/2021 at 17:52:28
This is GOLD.
Brian Wilkinson
75 Posted 24/10/2021 at 17:53:14
Yesterday was bad enough but Jesus Christ our neighbours are not just rubbing it in today, they are putting the boot in big time in Manchester.

Okay posters will say don't give a shite about them, but after a downer from yesterday, last thing you need to top your weekend off is them taking the piss.

Colin Glassar
76 Posted 24/10/2021 at 17:55:42
That's shut up the Mancs' "Sign On" song.
Brian Murray
77 Posted 24/10/2021 at 17:55:48
Just hope the lads at the Bridge or Kippax have enough to stop The Nightmare on Gwladys Street, Part Two, and win the league. Covid stopped the trophy parade last time.
Jim Bennings
78 Posted 24/10/2021 at 17:55:58
You're right, Michael.

Salah can't be that good, I mean Rondon has got a boot sponsorship with fuckin Lyle's Black Treacle... beat that, Mo lad!

Will Mabon
79 Posted 24/10/2021 at 17:58:10
Fans that live in Manchester heading home earlier than the fans that live in Norway.
Kieran Kinsella
80 Posted 24/10/2021 at 17:58:48
Just left church hoping for divine intervention to improve my mood... but nope: 0-5.
John Keating
81 Posted 24/10/2021 at 17:59:28
At least we capitulated in the last 12 minutes – not from the first!
Michael Lynch
82 Posted 24/10/2021 at 18:00:17
There's nothing between the top three really. Liverpool are probably the most consistently ruthless, Man City the most brilliant, Chelsea the young pretenders to the crown.
Brian Murray
83 Posted 24/10/2021 at 18:00:22
Kieran. Kenwright has us by the tabernacles.
Jay Harris
84 Posted 24/10/2021 at 18:03:00

“He's no Rondon” — absolutely spot on, unfortunately.

Michael Lynch
85 Posted 24/10/2021 at 18:05:15
I'd like one more for Liverpool so we can go up a place, then Salah to do his cruciate.

Yes, I am bitter.

Dale Self
86 Posted 24/10/2021 at 18:07:40
Here we go... Mane is always hungry for a goal.
Colin Glassar
87 Posted 24/10/2021 at 18:08:55
I can't believe I want Liverpool to score more goals. How sad is that?
Barry Rathbone
88 Posted 24/10/2021 at 18:11:24
Problem is, the devil's spawn thrive on such results, going from strength to strength, like no-one else. The only hope is Chelsea put a spanner in the works as chokers Man City will fall at the first semblance of real competition.

What a marvellous season this is turning into...

Allan Board
89 Posted 24/10/2021 at 18:12:28
It's okay, Colin, if you can't keep your sense of humour being an Everton fan, and understand irony, what else is there?!
Michael Lynch
90 Posted 24/10/2021 at 18:12:29
Ole now at 1/6 with Paddy Power to be next Premier League manager to be sacked. I might put a million quid on that one.
Brian Murray
91 Posted 24/10/2021 at 18:14:29
Michael. Amen to that brother ha ha. Very rarely happens to them though. Hope they have peaked too early.
Gerry Quinn
92 Posted 24/10/2021 at 18:14:52
Referee was born in Wythenshawe, Manchester – didn't think that was allowed – but obviously he is definitely not biased!!!!
Michael Lynch
93 Posted 24/10/2021 at 18:18:50
Just to underline the gap between the top three and the rest, have a look at the goal difference. +20, +21 +16.

Only four other teams have positive goal difference, with West Ham the next best on +6.

Michael Lynch
94 Posted 24/10/2021 at 18:24:59
Have to turn off now cos the knobheads have started singing their dirge. At least I think that's what they're singing. It might be a traditional Norwegian folk song though.
Ray Robinson
95 Posted 24/10/2021 at 18:29:06
Unless he's a Man City fan, Gerry!

Yes, Michael, I noticed that too. The Super League already exists.

Kevin Prytherch
96 Posted 24/10/2021 at 18:29:42
This Man Utd side is everything that is wrong with an attacking 4-2-3-1 with a slow laborious defence that sits too deep. Too much space in midfield, too easy for overlaps on the flanks, too susceptible to breaks.

The amount of times they effectively had 4 up front and two midfielders unable to get anywhere near the ball was ridiculous. No cover for the full-backs meant that the centre-backs were dragged out wide and massive overlaps appeared on the other side.

Compare with Everton. Gordon, Townsend and Richarlison do well in the wide areas in getting back and defending so the full backs aren't regularly overrun. However, Gray and Iwobi do not offer the same protection (hence the success Watford had after the ridiculous sub yesterday). Keane sits too deep, like Maguire does, thus leaving too much space for 2 midfielders to cover.

Benitez needs to work this out quickly, or he'll be in Marco “well it worked in the last game” Silva territory.

Colin Glassar
97 Posted 24/10/2021 at 18:34:29
Liverpool couldn't even do us the favour of getting a 6th goal to move us above the Mancs on Goal Difference. I suppose we don't deserve anything anyway.
Soren Moyer
98 Posted 24/10/2021 at 18:35:17
Bloody hell! This weekend keeps getting worse!!!!!
David Pearl
99 Posted 24/10/2021 at 18:39:25
Didn't help them having the first choice England left back panic then run inside leaving his side wide open on the left. For nearly every goal.
Barry Hesketh
100 Posted 24/10/2021 at 18:45:06
I imagine there will be a greater demand for derby tickets this year as some Evertonians will want to witness in the flesh what they so admire from afar?
Nick Page
101 Posted 24/10/2021 at 18:45:59
Liverpool are definitely back on the inhalers and caffeine, the horrible cheating bastards. But pick out the relevant points from Swinestiger's tweet:

”A devastating day for all Man Utd supporters and the club but it didn't come out of nowhere. It was not a surprise. Liverpool showed them the difference, which is huge – having a philosophy and vision. Congrats, Liverpool.

Hopefully Manchester United will get back very soon.”

Exactly what we're lacking!

Brent Stephens
102 Posted 24/10/2021 at 18:48:27
Barry, the trip to Anfield is scaring me poo-less already. That game when their U23s did us was bad enough. Van Dijk versus Rondon – a close call, that one.
Kim Vivian
103 Posted 24/10/2021 at 18:51:56
It doesn't make me feel any better and do I have the advantage of being 300 miles away (with more Mancs around here tbh) but they are on a different level right now sadly.
Barry Hesketh
104 Posted 24/10/2021 at 18:55:57
Brent @98,

I was thinking of our first encounter with the old foe at Goodison in December, that's concerning enough without dreading our trip to their place next year.

Ian Bennett
105 Posted 24/10/2021 at 18:57:02
Good chance of paying top dollar for some Man Utd rejects now...
Brent Stephens
106 Posted 24/10/2021 at 19:00:09
Barry, the trip to Goodison Park for the derby is scaring me poo-less as well!

What a dire squad we have.

Ian Bennett
107 Posted 24/10/2021 at 19:13:08
100%. If you thought it was bad Saturday. 6:0+ and it will be absolute carnage.
Michael Lynch
108 Posted 24/10/2021 at 19:20:59
Our games against the top three are a foregone conclusion this season. I might well save myself the misery of even going to them, since it's a 400-mile round-trip, Euston to Lime Street and back each time, and Sky seem to have decided that every game we play should be midweek. The thought of dragging my arse up to Goodison on a cold Wednesday night to watch a Salah hat-trick really doesn't fill me with enthusiasm.

The games that count for us are against the teams around us, whether that's Spurs and Wolves right now or Newcastle and Leeds later in the season, when we're bottom half. Without Calvert-Lewin and Doucouré, we're weak as fuck, and we don't even have Sigurdsson to call on anymore. I'm hoping the latter part of the season might be better for us but, with the lack of depth to the squad, I doubt it.

So fuck the derby, bring on Spurs! Two shit teams, should be a cracker.

Colin Glassar
109 Posted 24/10/2021 at 19:28:13
There’s still time before the next derby. Maybe an asteroid will hit us or there’ll be a general strike.
Brendan McLaughlin
110 Posted 24/10/2021 at 19:42:03
Colin #104

Aye... the Mo Salasteroid unfortunately!

Paul Birmingham
111 Posted 24/10/2021 at 19:43:11
Well, that puts the Premier League in perspective.

A dam shame Liverpool didn't get the sixth goal.

Next game is Wolves, this might get the cells charging in the Everton squad for Wolves.

I hate to say it but that's a good benchmark, shown by Liverpool. Professionalism and every player doing his best and working for the team, and ruthless in taking their goal chances.

Barry Hesketh
113 Posted 27/10/2021 at 22:56:19
Due to Leicester City's progress to the Quarter Finals of the Carabao Cup, they will now visit Goodison Park on Sunday 19th December, with a noon kick-off. Unsure if Sky is still covering the game or not.

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