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Football League 2017/18 - 20-24th April, 2018

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Friday 20th April, 2018
Championship
Millwall vs Fulham, 19.45

League One
Coventry vs Stevenage, 19.45

Saturday 21st April, 2018
Championship
Birmingham vs Sheff Utd
Bolton vs Wolves
Brentford vs QPR
Bristol City vs Hull
Cardiff vs Nottm Forest, 19.45
Derby vs Middlesbrough
Ipswich vs Aston Villa
Leeds vs Burnley
Preston vs Norwich
Sheff Weds vs Reading
Sunderland vs Burton

League One
AFC Wimbledon vs Oldham
Doncaster vs Oxford
Fleetwood vs Wigan
Gillingham vs Blackpool
Northampton vs Plymouth
Portsmouth vs Charlton
Rochdale vs Bradford
Rotherham vs Bristol Rovers
Scunthorpe vs Walsall
Shrewsbury vs Bury
Southend vs MK Dons

League Two
Barnet vs Newport
Cambridge vs Cheltenham
Carlisle vs Luton
Crewe vs Morecambe
Exeter vs Crawley
Forest Green vs Chesterfield
Lincoln vs Colchester
Macclesfield vs Port Vale
Notts County vs Yeovil
Swindon vs Grimsby
Wycombe vs Accrington Stanley

Tuesday 24th April, 2018
Championship
Derby vs Cardiff, 19.45
Nottm Forest vs Barnsley, 19.45

League One
Bradford vs MK Dons
Bristol Rovers vs Wigan
Doncaster vs Blackburn
Oldham vs Southend
Rochdale vs Plymouth
Shrewsbury vs Peterborough

League Two
Coventry vs Lincoln
Morecambe vs Cambridge
Newport vs Accrington Stanley
Yeovil vs Forest Green 

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We can relax now until next Tuesday and hopefully the extended rest will be an advantage. I fully expect Shrewsbury to take all 3 points at home to relegated Bury but if not then we can take advantage and pretty much seal automatic promotion with a win at Doncaster next week!

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If Millwall can somehow win tonight, we could seal promotion on Tuesday. Either way, Millwall getting a result tonight will be huge.

As for us, we don't deserve automatic if we fail to beat Forest tomorrow. They've been poor throughout the season and we should not be dropping points here if we're hoping for promotion.

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Wolves to confirm themselves as champions in front of 5000 away fans, stomping the piss-weak Bolton Wanderers 4-0.

Hoping Sheffield United and Leeds do us a favour and keep Birmingham and Barnsley in trouble.

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Well fuck. McDonald makes it 2-0 and that's game over methinks. Now we must win 3 of our next 4 as I can't see Fulham dropping points against Sunderland and Birmingham.

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Fulham win 3-0 and deservedly so simply on the second half showing. A bit of luck gave Fulham the lead a minute into the second half and pretty much deflated Millwall (especially after the first half showing and chances they had) and then they just went up a few more gears from then on as Millwall did nothing of note.

And with that, three wins from four are now required as I can't see Fulham dropping points against Sunderland and Birmingham. 

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I really really really like Fulham as a club, hope they dontvfalter now and they can clinch 2nd. Be nice having them back 

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3 minutes ago, Mantis Toboggan M.D. said:

I really really really like Fulham as a club, hope they dontvfalter now and they can clinch 2nd. Be nice having them back 

Fuck off. ¬¬

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2 hours ago, The Palace Fan said:

Fulham look ready for the Premier League.

I think most clubs in the play offs do, the gap really isn't that big and when you've got youthful players ready to progress and shit clubs like West Brom to contend with the gap isn't as far as people think.

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7 hours ago, Bluebird Hewitt said:

Fuck off. ¬¬

Sorry babe.

I do hope you lot come up too.

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43 minutes ago, BounceAroundTheGround said:

Play-off dreams for us not over if it stays like this

It looks like one hell of a game at the moment.

Are you concerned you may lose Flint, Bryan or Reid this summer?

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If Sunderland can still have a chance of survival, that could make the game against Fulham a little more interesting.

Clutching at straws a little though.

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21 hours ago, StefBWFC said:

Wolves to confirm themselves as champions in front of 5000 away fans, stomping the piss-weak Bolton Wanderers 4-0.

Hoping Sheffield United and Leeds do us a favour and keep Birmingham and Barnsley in trouble.

Score bang on, so predictable. Wolves barely looked arsed and still took the piss. 

And the Blunts can fuck themselves, twice recently they've chosen to bollocks up their play off push by losing to sides around us. 

Burton away is going to be absolutely massive now, what with Barnsley's game in hand in midweek, and Burton beating Sunderland today to give themselves a chance of staying up - they'll be right up for it. 

We're down. 8 points clear before the international break, and we've bottled it. Incredible. 

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Respect to Sunderland for finding the most grim way of getting relegated anyone could imagine.

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Sounded like a bore fest at Bristol City 

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Honestly thought we had fluffed it, oh my days. Two games to go and one point off the play offs, still very difficult for us but as long as we keep winning we may have it.

As much as I think we'd beat Fulham in the play offs, I could not handle losing to the bastards.

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3 hours ago, The Palace Fan said:

It looks like one hell of a game at the moment.

Are you concerned you may lose Flint, Bryan or Reid this summer?

Flint and Reid will go IMO. Bryan might but due to his inconsistent form and Lloyd Kelly's emergence I wouldn't be too gutted if he went. We could well miss Flint and Reid a lot though. 

 

3 hours ago, The Artful Dodger said:

Fuck's sake, that would have been an all time great.

Don't think either set of fans will ever forget that one. Absolutely ridiculous game.

2 hours ago, Stan said:

I've put this quote in and I'm on my phone and can't delete it help

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Wigan promoted, and a win or match Shrewsbury's result for us and we will join them on Tuesday!

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Leading 1-0 at half time but fuck me, we're lucky not to be losing. I counted 3-4 great chances for Forest, all of which were due to piss poor defending or giving the ball away far too cheaply. Manga and Bennett need a good talking to as we're struggling on the left side.

Need another goal or two methinks.

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The difference between Cardiff and Fulham is mad.

I really don't know how Cardiff keep finding a way to win games being so poor. They seem to profit from so many set pieces. 

Surely their luck has to run out soon. I've never know a team this limited holding an automatic spot, it's baffling.

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25 minutes ago, Lucas said:

The difference between Cardiff and Fulham is mad.

I really don't know how Cardiff keep finding a way to win games being so poor. They seem to profit from so many set pieces. 

Surely their luck has to run out soon. I've never know a team this limited holding an automatic spot, it's baffling.

To quote Troy Deeney, "cajones". Cardiff are just built to battle through whereas I don't think Fulham expected to be where they are and are just riding a wave.

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