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@haz  But elsewhere I have seen 7.30 p.m. listed as the starting time. The official AO site does not give a starting time. So I don't know WTF is actually going on. My best guess is evening at 7.30 - 8.30 p.m.

I wonder why we have to have these fixture conflicts...

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48 minutes ago, jw1739 said:

@haz  But elsewhere I have seen 7.30 p.m. listed as the starting time. The official AO site does not give a starting time. So I don't know WTF is actually going on. My best guess is evening at 7.30 - 8.30 p.m.

I wonder why we have to have these fixture conflicts...

Aus open is usually at night 

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47 minutes ago, jw1739 said:

@haz  But elsewhere I have seen 7.30 p.m. listed as the starting time. The official AO site does not give a starting time. So I don't know WTF is actually going on. My best guess is evening at 7.30 - 8.30 p.m.

I wonder why we have to have these fixture conflicts...

Surely it's scheduled before, so that we may get a bigger crowd. 

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1 minute ago, jw1739 said:

Like @fensaddler I couldn't care a toss about the tennis. It's the public transport issues that are my concern.

If it does start at 7:30, travel to game will be in the opposite direction to the AO Crowds. If anything, there will be more PT services available. 

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10 minutes ago, haz said:

If it does start at 7:30, travel to game will be in the opposite direction to the AO Crowds. If anything, there will be more PT services available. 

Good. On prior experience I love walking straight into an entitled, half cut tennis crowd. Bad experiences in the past...

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2 hours ago, fensaddler said:

Good. On prior experience I love walking straight into an entitled, half cut tennis crowd. Bad experiences in the past...

Yes, it's a lot of fun on the Sandringham line. They're even worse than Victory fans.

Beats me why we can't avoid the AO finals weekend in Melbourne altogether. Poor scheduling by APL.

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1. Tom GLOVER (GK), 2. Scott GALLOWAY, 3. Scott JAMIESON (C), 4. Nuno REIS, 6. Thomas LAM, 7. Mathew LECKIE, 8. Richard VAN DER VENNE, 9. Jamie MACLAREN, 10. Florin BERENGUER 13. Aiden O’NEILL, 14. Valon BERISHA, 15. Andrew NABBOUT, 16. Taras GOMULKA, 22. Curtis GOOD, 23. Marco TILIO, 25. Callum TALBOT, 33. Matthew SUTTON (GK), 34. Arion SULEMANI, 35. Raphael BORGES RODRIGUES, 38. Jordan BOS.

In: 34. Arion SULEMANI (promoted), 38. Jordan BOS (returns from injury).

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4 hours ago, MHFC-FAN said:

Really need the W here to create some comfortable breathing space. 

Great chance to go further ahead at the top. We need to address our wastefulness in front of goal and convert more opportunities to score. 

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