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Football League 2016/2017 - Easter Monday Fixtures

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SKY BET CHAMPIONSHIP
Fulham v Aston Villa    14:45    
Barnsley v Brentford    15:00    
Birmingham City v Burton Albion    15:00    
Blackburn Rovers v Bristol City    15:00    
Brighton & Hove Albion v Wigan Athletic    15:00    
Cardiff City v Nottingham Forest    15:00    
Ipswich Town v Newcastle United    15:00    
Leeds United v Wolverhampton Wanderers    15:00    
Preston North End v Norwich City    15:00    
Queens Park Rangers v Sheffield Wednesday    15:00    
Reading v Rotherham United    15:00    
Derby County v Huddersfield Town    17:00    

SKY BET LEAGUE ONE
Sheffield United v Bradford City    12:15    
AFC Wimbledon v Peterborough United    15:00    
Bristol Rovers v Oldham Athletic    15:00    
Charlton Athletic v Gillingham    15:00    
Fleetwood Town v Millwall    15:00    
Northampton Town v Shrewsbury Town    15:00    
Oxford United v Port Vale    15:00    
Rochdale v Coventry City    15:00    
Scunthorpe United v Chesterfield    15:00    
Southend United v Milton Keynes Dons    15:00    
Walsall v Swindon Town    15:00    

SKY BET LEAGUE TWO
Cheltenham Town v Grimsby Town    13:00    
Accrington Stanley v Crawley Town    15:00    
Barnet v Wycombe Wanderers    15:00    
Cambridge United v Exeter City    15:00    
Carlisle United v Stevenage    15:00    
Doncaster Rovers v Blackpool    15:00    
Leyton Orient v Hartlepool United    15:00    
Mansfield Town v Luton Town    15:00    
Morecambe v Colchester United    15:00    
Notts County v Portsmouth    15:00    
Plymouth Argyle v Newport County    15:00    
Yeovil Town v Crewe Alexandra    15:00    

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Fair play, if I knew you were creating it this early, I would have done it yesterday. xD

Anyhow, we should be looking to win this as Forest were shit when we played them earlier in the season and we could have easily won by more than 2-1. However, with Forest aiming to stay in the Championship and with nothing but pride to play for, Forest could get something out of this.

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Likelihood is that Newcastle & Brighton will be promoted with wins here leaving just the fight for the title, which in the long-run really doesn't matter.

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48 minutes ago, HoneyNUFC said:

Was that an actual job I had :ph34r:

 

the fact you didn't know speaks volumes :ph34r:

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Only 3 points will do again. Anything less then it will be League One for us. I just the fans turn up in numbers and make some noise.

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Ipswich will be well organised and I don't think McCarthy will be allowing them on the beach early, they'll definitely be well up for it.

That said, quality will hopefully prevail and we'll edge it 2-1.

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Championship or League One for Blackburn depending on this result I feel. Win and they have every chance. Lose or draw and they are likely to go down.

Hopefully we can give them a helping hand but I wouldn't count on us to beat Forest as we have nothing but pride to play for now.

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Today's the day we (probably) get relegated from the Football League amongst a backdrop of a couple of poorly put together and futile protests. 

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Silly that we played Saturday and kick off early on a Monday. We'll lose its half hearted now, next week is the main one now

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Today's game has the feel of a funeral. You don't really want to go and witness it but I have to be there to pay my respects and say goodbye. 

Relegation has been on the cards for a while and was something I have expected since January and it's been a case of waiting to be put out of our misery since then and I think today will be the day. 

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fucking state of some fans these days.

Billy Sharp celebrates in front of the Bradford fans after scoring. See one fan clapping him and smiling but she's got a Bradford scarf on. FFS. 

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How is that a red card xD

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Elsewhere in the meaningful matches, Fulham and Sheffield Wednesday have taken the lead, while Rotherham have figured out how to give a team a game away from home as they lead Reading 1-0.

The latter is most likely because I have Reading as part of an accy and that game should have been a home banker. ¬¬

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Big goal for Burton! That man Lloyd Dyer. Loves an important goal. 

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Murray scores for Brighton, 1-0.

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Sears puts Ipswich 1-0 at home to Newcastle

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We're half time against Forest but am not there as I'm heading back from Devon. Just as well as BBC report that neither team can hit a barn door (ie. neither one has had a shot on target).

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Big games in League one as Fleetwood and Scunthorpe are really piling the pressure on Bolton. Fleetwood beating Millwall which is denting their playoff hopes. 

Scuntjorpe beating Chesterfield which relegates them as is stands. 

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