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Football League 2017/18 - Final Matchday - 5-6th May, 2018

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Saturday 5th May, 2018
League One (all 17.30)
AFC Wimbledon vs Bury
Blackburn vs Oxford
Doncaster vs Wigan
Fleetwood vs Walsall
Gillingham vs Plymouth
Northampton vs Oldham
Portsmouth vs Peterborough
Rochdale vs Charlton
Rotherham vs Blackpool
Scunthorpe vs Bradford
Shrewsbury vs MK Dons
Southend vs Bristol Rovers

League Two (all 15.00)
Barnet vs Chesterfield
Cambridge vs Port Vale
Carlisle vs Newport County
Coventry vs Morecambe
Crewe vs Cheltenham
Exeter vs Colchester
Forest Green vs Grimsby
Lincoln vs Yeovil
Mansfield vs Crawley
Notts County vs Luton
Swindon vs Accrington Stanley
Wycombe vs Stevenage

Sunday 6th May, 2018
Championship (all 12.30)
Birmingham vs Fulham
Bolton vs Nottm Forest
Brentford vs Hull
Bristol City vs Sheff Utd
Cardiff vs Reading
Derby vs Barnsley
Ipswich vs Middlesbrough
Leeds vs QPR
Millwall vs Aston Villa
Preston vs Burton
Sheff Weds vs Norwich
Sunderland vs Wolves

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I can't stand Reading but would love them to bag a draw here. No hard feelings BB.

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Really interested to see how the fight for survival in League Two goes. Barnet need to beat already relegated Chesterfield and hope Morecambe lose at Coventry City, who need points to confirm their participation in the play-off’s, to stay up. 

In League One it’s a two-way battle for survival between Oldham Athletic and Rochdale. Oldham need to beat Northampton Town, who are relegated, and Rochdale need Oldham not to win and themselves to beat Charlton, who need points to get in the play-off’s ahead of Plymouth, who play Gillingham. 

This evening will also sort out who are the champions of League One, with Wigan needing just a point at Doncaster Rovers. 

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What a story for Rochdale and Joe Thompson, a man who’s twice successfully fought cancer. He’s scored the winner for his hometown club to keep them in League One. 

Fantastic story for him and those going through something similar. 

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Northampton dragged Oldham down with them to help that Rochdale survival story as well today. 

 

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Was at Ewood for the first time in years yesterday. Never been more embarrassed to be a Rovers fan. 

Started out a lovely day, families out, everyone happy, usual final day piss up in the sun etc. in full force. 2-1 up, great end to end game, one minute left and the Darwen End fans invade the pitch in a wave of thousands. Players called inside whilst our shithouse fanbase stand out the pitch downing tinnies, lapping up the joy of the rest of us shouting 'wankers' at them and generally pissing about like a set of primary school children. After about ten minutes they eventually wander off en mass and the game resumes for a drop ball then immediate full time as players leg it off the pitch when the same arseholes rush back on for a rinse and repeat. All throughout this and the second half we had been asked over the PA not to so the players and their kids etc could enjoy the aftermath and we could have the usual piss up after that.

No one in the world would have minded a pitch invasion, given that it was for a firstly at full time, a sudden result and we had actually achieved something - if we had survived last year v. Brentford, or Donny had beaten Wigan to send us up as Champions, but all we had done was win promotion weeks ago and finish fucking second. What a set of knobheads we look now, dread to think what the club and staff will get dragged through as a result.

Good fun apart from all that.

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Just now, Kitchen Sales said:

Cardiff finally fill their stadium but the fand are wearing the wrong colour :ph34r:

they just booed the wrong player xD 

Wanting to boo Barrow for his ex-Swansea time but booed Aluko xD 

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Reading are shocking. They can’t string two passes together and look a mess. 2-0 Cardiff here today. 

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Yeah, I fully expect a Cardiff win here. Shame, cause for fully selfish reasons I'd like to see Fulham get second place. Sorry @Bluebird Hewitt

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Derby 1-0 Barnsley - Cameron Jerome, 14mins

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Birmingham 1-0 Fulham!

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Preston 1-0 Burton - Callum Robinson, 26mins

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2-0 Birmingham! Harlee Dean doubles the lead for Brum. 

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Sunderland 2-0 Wolves

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Classic Championship

 

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Red card for Preston. Could give a glimmer of hope to Burton...

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GOAL FOR BURTON!

This means Barnsley and Bolton going down as it stands.

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Bolton concede almost straight away :dash3:

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Oh Bolton :( 

Forest take the lead 2-1. 

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Just now, Kitchen Sales said:

I totally forgot Jack Colback existed

me too xD Had no idea he was at Forest.

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Fulham get a goal back....

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Equaliser for Bolton!! 2-2! Still going down though...

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BOLTON GOAL!!! 3-2!! They're staying up!

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