away game

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a game played away from home


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GATESHEAD start a grueling run of six consecutive away games at rock-bottom Guiseley tonight.
They then face back-to-back away games at Preston North End and Bradford City as their preseason schedule gathers pace before they head out to Germany to play Mainz and Wolfsburg.
Marske United, the champions of two seasons ago, start their campaign with an away game at newly promoted Billingham Synthonia, who will be playing at Norton's Station Road in the new season.
But stats by the Football League Zone have revealed that the Bluebirds have the third lowest following of all 24 Championship teams this season when it comes to watching their side in away games.
At the time, the White Team exited the championship after that defeat, despite its 2-0 victory in the away game.
But if you buy tickets from the SFA for away games, you get points and priority for other important matches.
Guangzhou Evergrande (China) 0 : 1 Cerezo Osaka (Japan) / Away game score (5:1)
Jol said: "Five nil is five nil and it is always difficult if you start your season with an away game.
Besiktas have not seen a loss in their last seven away games.
The process of selling the rights to away games - outside the control of the FA - will be the same for the away game in Ukraine on October10.
Walsall player-manager Paul Merson intends to use his side's 5-0 thrashing at Colchester United in their last League One away game as motivation for tonight's match at Bristol City.
Kallan Morrison: Yes desperately need one, going to be harder than ever to get away game tickets.
Their first away game is at Stoke, where they lost 6-1 on the final day of last season.
Pohang Steelers (South Korea) : Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors (South Korea) / Away game score (2:1)
It is a unique occasion but every single away game has been like a cup tie for us this year - and that's not something that I have wanted to use as an excuse.