Date: 8th February 2011 at 9:28pm
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Stoke’s ‘guaranteed’ three pointer against West Brom at the end of the month has been moved so Sky can screen it live.

The match against the Baggies will now be on Monday 28th February (kick-off 8pm) unless Brighton have taken us to a replay in the FA Cup later that week when the match will revert to the previous Saturday with the kick-off then changing to 5.30pm — keeping up?

West Brazil have just become the latest club to have sacked their manager, despite overachieving in the first half of the season, prompting comments from Lou Macari in tonight’s Sentinel that he ‘now really does hope that West Brom go down’. Adding that: ‘Stoke fans won’t thank me for saying that because there’s usually six points to be had off the Baggies’.

Whether they survive or plummet back down (history tells you that it’s normally the latter), we’ll just have to take the points off them whilst we can.

There’s also been another change for those waiting to make the long-delayed trip to the Emirates. The match that should have been on Tuesday 22nd February has been delayed by another 24 hours after Arsenal’s 5th round FA Cup clash against Leyton Orient is now to be televised on the previous Sunday.