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Championship

Tuesday 7th March 2017 

Birmingham City v Wigan Athletic

Blackburn Rovers v Cardiff City

Bristol City v Norwich City

Derby County v Preston North End

Fulham v Leeds United

Huddersfield Town v Aston Villa

Ipswich Town v Wolverhampton Wanderers

Nottingham Forest v Brentford

Queens Park Rangers v Barnsley

Rotherham United v Brighton & Hove Albion

Sheffield Wednesday v Burton Albion

Reading v Newcastle United

 

League One

Tuesday 7th March 2017 

Charlton Athletic v Scunthorpe United

Oxford United v Sheffield United

Walsall v Chesterfield

 

League Two

Tuesday 7th March 2017 

Crawley Town v Portsmouth

Plymouth Argyle v Blackpool

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A full Championship fixture with League's One and Two playing games in hand.

Before, I thought we could easily win against Blackburn but following Mowbray's appointment, they seem to have started to get some form with two wins and a draw. I still think we'll win 2-1 though, with Hoilett getting one of the goals.

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6 minutes ago, JOSHBRFC said:

Bluebird! Glad to see you on here bud.

Fair results tonight? I didn't see any of the game. Undefeated under Mowbray :D

Cheers. ^_^

I didn't see any of the game either but to come so close and concede late on is a pain. Good to see Zohore with another goal though.

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Reading were there for the taking and I think we'd have won if it was Diame and Gayle up top. But 7 points from those 3 away games is superb. 

Gayle should be fit enough to start on Saturday.

Players looked tired after 3 big away games in a week. 

Shelvey is fucked at the 65 minute mark of every game.

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Sorry bluebird, I was surprised at how poor you were especially second half given your recent run of good form. We looked very comfortable and conceded a soft goal - Williams lost the ball too easily high up the pitch and you broke quickly. The guy who scored looked decent first half, but went missing second half like most of your side. However, it could turn out to be a very important point for us come the end of the season and it kept the unbeaten run under Mowbray going.

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