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Football League 2023/24 - 5-6th April, 2024

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all kick-offs 15.00 (BST) unless stated
Friday 5th April, 2024

Rotherham vs Plymouth, 20.00

Saturday 6th April, 2024
Norwich vs Ipswich, 12.30
Blackburn vs Southampton
Cardiff vs Hull
Coventry vs Leeds
Huddersfield vs Millwall
Leicester vs Birmingham
Middlesbrough vs Swansea
QPR vs Sheff Weds
Stoke vs West Brom
Sunderland vs Bristol City
Watford vs Preston



Saturday 6th April, 2024
Blackpool vs Cambridge
Bristol Rovers vs Bolton
Burton vs Oxford
Charlton vs Barnsley
Exeter vs Stevenage
Leyton Orient vs Cheltenham
Northampton vs Carlisle
Portsmouth vs Shrewsbury
Reading vs Lincoln
Wigan vs Port Vale



Saturday 6th April, 2024
Accrington Stanley vs Crewe
AFC Wimbledon vs Salford
Barrow vs Swindon
Bradford vs Gillingham
Colchester vs Wrexham
Forest Green vs MK Dons
Grimsby vs Newport
Mansfield vs Crawley
Morecambe vs Doncaster
Notts County vs Harrogate
Sutton vs Stockport
Tranmere vs Walsall

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Southampton have a player sent off against Ipswich despite not denying goalscoring opportunity. 

Tuanzebe does the same, blocking Sargent through on goal. No red.

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What a bloody win. Made hard work of it but we're back to top of the league. All that matters. 

Leeds losing is just a massive bonus 

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My god what a perfect day. Late winner and both of those two lose. It's ours to blow again from here.

Fair play they have genuinely responded from that shocker on Good Friday. Six more to go and we even have the wiggle room to drop a game. I think we do it now.

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Bad time to chuck in a performance like that, although I don't think we've been right since Internationals tbh, its really ruined our flow losing a few of the guys. Just the timing of the loss really given Ipswich's result is what makes the result feel so crucial but you can't be too brutal on them really.

How can we be harsh on a team that were 17pts behind Leicester on 29th December and then put together a run that milked 41 out of 45pts? It was an incredible sequence of results and yet, we still don't know if it will be good enough for automatic. Sometimes you just need perspective, they are not robots after all.

Very hard to blame individuals. Bamford missed another shocker and Piroe has to score that last minute chance obviously, but for the best part, the performance was miles off it by most of them, including fan favourites like Rutter, Ampadu and Rodon.

There's no doubt this will hurt because they had got used to not losing. It's now about staying calm, and reacting in a positive way, coming out all guns blazing v Sunderland. Back to back home games now, Elland Road is where we've been at our strongest and we know it has to be 6pts from those games.

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