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Countdown to weekend’s football in the Premier League and beyondPremier League: 10 things to look out for this weekendEmail Simon or tweet him @Simon_Burnton 10.14am GMT

“Curiously, the photo you posted of Gigi Donnarumma includes Milik, who also wears a 99,” writes Julian Camilo. Of course! There was also Vitor Baia when Porto won the Champions League: 10.11am GMT

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