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We're into the final month of the season across England's top four tiers, and there is still plenty to play for. The Premier League title is wrapped up, and the bottom three clubs are looking increasingly to be relegated, but lower down the footballing pyramid there is plenty still at stake. Here, we round-up who can still finish where in the Premier League and Football League. Premier League Every team has either four or five games remaining, but it wouldn't be all that surprising if everyone finished in exactly the position they currently find themselves - or at least in the positions that truly matter. Manchester City are champions, while Manchester United, Liverpool and Tottenham are looking good to finish in the top four, barring a significant late collapse coupled with a Chelsea recovery. Arsenal and Burnley are battling it out for sixth place (though Arsenal can technically still finish in the top four), with the losers of that race to go into the Europa League at the second qualifying stage - which starts on July 26. Everyone from Leicester in eighth and below can - mathematically - still be relegated, but it would take something dramatic for any of the teams above West Ham to be pulled back in to the dogfight. Southampton, Stoke and West Brom, all at least five points adrift of safety, are in real trouble. Premier League | Who can still get what? Championship Wolves are all but secure of the Championship title, 12 points clear of Cardiff, who have four games left and a vastly inferior goal difference. Cardiff are battling it out with Fulham and Aston Villa for the second remaining automatic play-off spot, though the Welsh side are in the best position to secure promotion. Two of those sides will go into the play-offs, joined by two more of Middlesbrough, Millwall, Derby, Preston, Sheffield United, Brentford and Bristol City, though the final four of those sides face an uphill task to sneak in. At the other end of the table, Sunderland are on the brink of a second successive relegation and last position, rooted to the foot of the Championship. Burton and Barnsley currently make up the bottom three, though Barnsley have a game in hand on Birmingham and Bolton, two points above them, just outside the relegation zone. Every side up to Nottingham Forest can still technically go down, but everyone from Reading and up should survive. Championship | What can still happen? League One Wigan and Blackburn look like they have won the race for the two automatic promotion spots, though Shrewsbury could technically still catch either. Whichever of those teams does not get into the top two will go into the play-offs, and with many sides still having to play five more games, the race for the three remaining play-off places is very, very open. Every team between Rotherham in fourth and Southend in 15th (apart from Fleetwood, due to the combination of other teams' games) can still make it into the play-offs, though realistically, it is unlikely that anyone below ninth will. At the bottom, Bury are down, while everyone up to Bradford in 10th could feasibly get sucked into the relegation battle. Given only eight points separate Rochdale in 21st and Doncaster in 12th, there is an awful lot still to play for. League One | What can still happen? League Two Accrington Stanley have sealed promotion to League One, and Luton will join them with one more win. Wycombe are in pole position to secure the third and final automatic promotion slot, but every side currently in the play-off places is still in contention. The play-off berths will be filled by four teams from those currently between second and 14th (apart from Crawley, who have too few games remaining to make it into seventh). Relegation from the Football League is looking perilously likely for both Chesterfield and Barnet, though everyone up to Crewe in 17th could still be dragged into the drop zone, however unlikely that actually is. League Two | What can still happen?
Premier League and Football League relegation, promotion and play-offs: who can still finish where?
We're into the final month of the season across England's top four tiers, and there is still plenty to play for. The Premier League title is wrapped up, and the bottom three clubs are looking increasingly to be relegated, but lower down the footballing pyramid there is plenty still at stake. Here, we round-up who can still finish where in the Premier League and Football League. Premier League Every team has either four or five games remaining, but it wouldn't be all that surprising if everyone finished in exactly the position they currently find themselves - or at least in the positions that truly matter. Manchester City are champions, while Manchester United, Liverpool and Tottenham are looking good to finish in the top four, barring a significant late collapse coupled with a Chelsea recovery. Arsenal and Burnley are battling it out for sixth place (though Arsenal can technically still finish in the top four), with the losers of that race to go into the Europa League at the second qualifying stage - which starts on July 26. Everyone from Leicester in eighth and below can - mathematically - still be relegated, but it would take something dramatic for any of the teams above West Ham to be pulled back in to the dogfight. Southampton, Stoke and West Brom, all at least five points adrift of safety, are in real trouble. Premier League | Who can still get what? Championship Wolves are all but secure of the Championship title, 12 points clear of Cardiff, who have four games left and a vastly inferior goal difference. Cardiff are battling it out with Fulham and Aston Villa for the second remaining automatic play-off spot, though the Welsh side are in the best position to secure promotion. Two of those sides will go into the play-offs, joined by two more of Middlesbrough, Millwall, Derby, Preston, Sheffield United, Brentford and Bristol City, though the final four of those sides face an uphill task to sneak in. At the other end of the table, Sunderland are on the brink of a second successive relegation and last position, rooted to the foot of the Championship. Burton and Barnsley currently make up the bottom three, though Barnsley have a game in hand on Birmingham and Bolton, two points above them, just outside the relegation zone. Every side up to Nottingham Forest can still technically go down, but everyone from Reading and up should survive. Championship | What can still happen? League One Wigan and Blackburn look like they have won the race for the two automatic promotion spots, though Shrewsbury could technically still catch either. Whichever of those teams does not get into the top two will go into the play-offs, and with many sides still having to play five more games, the race for the three remaining play-off places is very, very open. Every team between Rotherham in fourth and Southend in 15th (apart from Fleetwood, due to the combination of other teams' games) can still make it into the play-offs, though realistically, it is unlikely that anyone below ninth will. At the bottom, Bury are down, while everyone up to Bradford in 10th could feasibly get sucked into the relegation battle. Given only eight points separate Rochdale in 21st and Doncaster in 12th, there is an awful lot still to play for. League One | What can still happen? League Two Accrington Stanley have sealed promotion to League One, and Luton will join them with one more win. Wycombe are in pole position to secure the third and final automatic promotion slot, but every side currently in the play-off places is still in contention. The play-off berths will be filled by four teams from those currently between second and 14th (apart from Crawley, who have too few games remaining to make it into seventh). Relegation from the Football League is looking perilously likely for both Chesterfield and Barnet, though everyone up to Crewe in 17th could still be dragged into the drop zone, however unlikely that actually is. League Two | What can still happen?
The PFA's Premier League Team of the Year has been announced ahead of the 45th PFA Awards this Sunday and while Manchester City and Tottenham are, unsurprisingly, well represented, Liverpool - currently third in the league and through to the Champions League semi-finals - have just one man in the XI. That man is Mohamed Salah, who has scored 30 goals in the league so far this season and is many people's favourite to win the Player of the Year award, although he faces stiff competition from Man City's Kevin De Bruyne, who also make the PFA's line-up. In a 4-3-3 formation, Man Utd shot-stopper David De Gea is in goal with Kyle Walker, Jan Vertonghen, Nicolas Otamendi and Marcos Alonso - the sole player from dethroned champions Chelsea - across the back line. In the middle of the park there's David Silva, De Bruyne and Christian Eriksen, while, up front, Salah, Sergio Aguero - amazingly the first time he has ever made this list - and Harry Kane finish off the line-up. Champions Man City make up almost half of the Premier League team of the year, but the list of players missing certainly raises an eyebrow. No Roberto Firmino, no Leroy Sane, no Mousa Dembele, no Andrew Robertson. PFA Premier League Team of the Year Salah has already said helping Liverpool win the Champions League is more important than any individual award he could receive this season. The Egyptian reached the 40-goal mark across all competitions this season in Liverpool's 3-0 Premier League win over Bournemouth on Saturday and is leading the race for the European Golden Shoe. And Liverpool beat Manchester City 5-1 on aggregate this month to reach the semi-finals of the Champions League, where they will face AS Roma. "To win the Champions League," Salah said, when asked if he preferred to win the competition or an individual award. "If you had a choice, then of course the Champions League. "... To win the Champions League is huge for everyone. I don't care about the rest." The 25 year-old has scored 30 goals in 32 league appearances for Liverpool in his debut season at the club and is now as short as 1-3 to be named the PFA Player of the Year. In a huge swing in the betting, De Bruyne is out to 9-4 in places. Wolves and Fulham dominate the PFA's Championship team of the year. Leaders Wolves, who have already secured promotion to the Premier League, and third-placed Fulham both boast three players each. Wolves goalkeeper John Ruddy, centre-back Willy Bolly and midfielder Ruben Neves are among the XI, alongside Fulham's 17-year-old left-back Ryan Sessegnon, right-back Ryan Fredericks and midfielder Tom Cairney. The rest of the team is made up of Cardiff defender Sol Bamba, Norwich midfielder James Maddison and forwards, Bobby Reid, Leon Clarke and Matej Vydra of Bristol City, Sheffield United and Derby respectively.
PFA names its Premier League team of the year - and only one Liverpool player makes the grade
The PFA's Premier League Team of the Year has been announced ahead of the 45th PFA Awards this Sunday and while Manchester City and Tottenham are, unsurprisingly, well represented, Liverpool - currently third in the league and through to the Champions League semi-finals - have just one man in the XI. That man is Mohamed Salah, who has scored 30 goals in the league so far this season and is many people's favourite to win the Player of the Year award, although he faces stiff competition from Man City's Kevin De Bruyne, who also make the PFA's line-up. In a 4-3-3 formation, Man Utd shot-stopper David De Gea is in goal with Kyle Walker, Jan Vertonghen, Nicolas Otamendi and Marcos Alonso - the sole player from dethroned champions Chelsea - across the back line. In the middle of the park there's David Silva, De Bruyne and Christian Eriksen, while, up front, Salah, Sergio Aguero - amazingly the first time he has ever made this list - and Harry Kane finish off the line-up. Champions Man City make up almost half of the Premier League team of the year, but the list of players missing certainly raises an eyebrow. No Roberto Firmino, no Leroy Sane, no Mousa Dembele, no Andrew Robertson. PFA Premier League Team of the Year Salah has already said helping Liverpool win the Champions League is more important than any individual award he could receive this season. The Egyptian reached the 40-goal mark across all competitions this season in Liverpool's 3-0 Premier League win over Bournemouth on Saturday and is leading the race for the European Golden Shoe. And Liverpool beat Manchester City 5-1 on aggregate this month to reach the semi-finals of the Champions League, where they will face AS Roma. "To win the Champions League," Salah said, when asked if he preferred to win the competition or an individual award. "If you had a choice, then of course the Champions League. "... To win the Champions League is huge for everyone. I don't care about the rest." The 25 year-old has scored 30 goals in 32 league appearances for Liverpool in his debut season at the club and is now as short as 1-3 to be named the PFA Player of the Year. In a huge swing in the betting, De Bruyne is out to 9-4 in places. Wolves and Fulham dominate the PFA's Championship team of the year. Leaders Wolves, who have already secured promotion to the Premier League, and third-placed Fulham both boast three players each. Wolves goalkeeper John Ruddy, centre-back Willy Bolly and midfielder Ruben Neves are among the XI, alongside Fulham's 17-year-old left-back Ryan Sessegnon, right-back Ryan Fredericks and midfielder Tom Cairney. The rest of the team is made up of Cardiff defender Sol Bamba, Norwich midfielder James Maddison and forwards, Bobby Reid, Leon Clarke and Matej Vydra of Bristol City, Sheffield United and Derby respectively.
Wolves secured a return to the Premier League without kicking a ball on Saturday after Brentford stole a dramatic 1-1 draw at promotion-chasing Fulham. The Cottagers needed a win in the late kick-off to regain second place from Cardiff in the Sky Bet Championship and to deny Wolves a top-flight spot for the first time since 2012. Aleksandar Mitrovic's 70th-minute goal had looked like putting Wolves' party on hold but Neal Maupay's last-gasp header for Brentford sent Nuno Espirito Santo's side up. Wolves can celebrate at home to Birmingham on Sunday, but third-placed Fulham will have to gather themselves after falling a point and a place behind Cardiff - who have a game in hand. The Bluebirds left it late but kept themselves on course for an automatic promotion place with a 2-0 win at Norwich. Neil Warnock's side know three wins from their remaining four games will be enough to join Wolves in the Premier League but they had to dig deep to earn a vital three points at Carrow Road. Kenneth Zohore squeezed the ball past Angus Gunn in the 86th minute before Junior Hoilett's goal in added time ensured Cardiff's two-game losing streak was brought to an end. Junior Hoilett celebrates his injury time goal in Cardiff City's 2-0 win over Norwich Credit: PA Middlesbrough stormed into the play-off places after coming from behind to beat Bristol City 2-1 at the Riverside Stadium. Milan Djuric volleyed the visitors into a 13th-minute lead before George Friend levelled for Boro five minutes later. Daniel Ayala then headed home the winner in the 68th minute, moving Middlesbrough up to fifth while also denting Bristol City's own top-six hopes. Veteran striker Steve Morison struck his fifth goal of the season for Millwall as they came back to draw 1-1 against fellow play-off hopefuls Sheffield United in the early kick-off. Leon Clarke opened the scoring for the Blades in the 74th minute, but Morison equalised instantly to grab his side a point. The sixth-placed Lions remain unbeaten in the league since New Year's Day and Sheffield United, who are ninth, have not lost at home since late January. Ryan Sessegnon (L) was unable to help Fulham get all three points against Brentford and Romaine Sawyers (R) Derby slipped out of the top six, but Burton moved off the bottom and to within five points of safety after a 3-1 victory over the Rams at the Pirelli Stadium. Liam Boyce tapped home from close range to put the hosts in front after 24 minutes, but their lead did not last long as David Nugent equalised moments later. Luke Murphy curled a beautiful effort past Scott Carson to restore the Brewers' lead just before the break and Lucas Akins added a third in the 68th minute. Oli McBurnie's added-time equaliser secured a vital 2-2 draw for Barnsley at home to fellow strugglers Bolton. Gary Gardner scored from 10 yards midway through the first half for the Tykes before Adam Le Fondre levelled from the spot after 82 minutes. Craig Noone thought he had won it for Bolton three minutes later, but McBurnie had the final say to keep Barnsley within two points of the 21st-placed Trotters. Sunderland slipped to the foot of the table and remain six points below Bolton after drawing 2-2 at Reading. Liam Kelly gave the Royals the lead from the penalty spot after Lee Camp brought down Jon Dadi Bodvarsson in the box after 20 minutes. Paddy McNair fired home a stunning equaliser for the Black Cats just after the break before Lee Cattermole's first goal since August 2014 put the visitors in front in the 66th minute. Yann Kermorgant restored parity for Reading with 11 minutes remaining to leave Chris Coleman's side on the brink with three games left. Ben Brereton's late penalty and Joe Lolley's goal in added time secured an unlikely 2-1 win for Nottingham Forest against Ipswich, who had led through Grant Ward's first-half header. Elsewhere, Callum Robinson's double sealed a 2-1 win for Preston against QPR, who had Matt Smith on the scoresheet, while Jordan
Wolves seal promotion to Premier League as Fulham concede late goal
Wolves secured a return to the Premier League without kicking a ball on Saturday after Brentford stole a dramatic 1-1 draw at promotion-chasing Fulham. The Cottagers needed a win in the late kick-off to regain second place from Cardiff in the Sky Bet Championship and to deny Wolves a top-flight spot for the first time since 2012. Aleksandar Mitrovic's 70th-minute goal had looked like putting Wolves' party on hold but Neal Maupay's last-gasp header for Brentford sent Nuno Espirito Santo's side up. Wolves can celebrate at home to Birmingham on Sunday, but third-placed Fulham will have to gather themselves after falling a point and a place behind Cardiff - who have a game in hand. The Bluebirds left it late but kept themselves on course for an automatic promotion place with a 2-0 win at Norwich. Neil Warnock's side know three wins from their remaining four games will be enough to join Wolves in the Premier League but they had to dig deep to earn a vital three points at Carrow Road. Kenneth Zohore squeezed the ball past Angus Gunn in the 86th minute before Junior Hoilett's goal in added time ensured Cardiff's two-game losing streak was brought to an end. Junior Hoilett celebrates his injury time goal in Cardiff City's 2-0 win over Norwich Credit: PA Middlesbrough stormed into the play-off places after coming from behind to beat Bristol City 2-1 at the Riverside Stadium. Milan Djuric volleyed the visitors into a 13th-minute lead before George Friend levelled for Boro five minutes later. Daniel Ayala then headed home the winner in the 68th minute, moving Middlesbrough up to fifth while also denting Bristol City's own top-six hopes. Veteran striker Steve Morison struck his fifth goal of the season for Millwall as they came back to draw 1-1 against fellow play-off hopefuls Sheffield United in the early kick-off. Leon Clarke opened the scoring for the Blades in the 74th minute, but Morison equalised instantly to grab his side a point. The sixth-placed Lions remain unbeaten in the league since New Year's Day and Sheffield United, who are ninth, have not lost at home since late January. Ryan Sessegnon (L) was unable to help Fulham get all three points against Brentford and Romaine Sawyers (R) Derby slipped out of the top six, but Burton moved off the bottom and to within five points of safety after a 3-1 victory over the Rams at the Pirelli Stadium. Liam Boyce tapped home from close range to put the hosts in front after 24 minutes, but their lead did not last long as David Nugent equalised moments later. Luke Murphy curled a beautiful effort past Scott Carson to restore the Brewers' lead just before the break and Lucas Akins added a third in the 68th minute. Oli McBurnie's added-time equaliser secured a vital 2-2 draw for Barnsley at home to fellow strugglers Bolton. Gary Gardner scored from 10 yards midway through the first half for the Tykes before Adam Le Fondre levelled from the spot after 82 minutes. Craig Noone thought he had won it for Bolton three minutes later, but McBurnie had the final say to keep Barnsley within two points of the 21st-placed Trotters. Sunderland slipped to the foot of the table and remain six points below Bolton after drawing 2-2 at Reading. Liam Kelly gave the Royals the lead from the penalty spot after Lee Camp brought down Jon Dadi Bodvarsson in the box after 20 minutes. Paddy McNair fired home a stunning equaliser for the Black Cats just after the break before Lee Cattermole's first goal since August 2014 put the visitors in front in the 66th minute. Yann Kermorgant restored parity for Reading with 11 minutes remaining to leave Chris Coleman's side on the brink with three games left. Ben Brereton's late penalty and Joe Lolley's goal in added time secured an unlikely 2-1 win for Nottingham Forest against Ipswich, who had led through Grant Ward's first-half header. Elsewhere, Callum Robinson's double sealed a 2-1 win for Preston against QPR, who had Matt Smith on the scoresheet, while Jordan
Wolves secured a return to the Premier League without kicking a ball on Saturday after Brentford stole a dramatic 1-1 draw at promotion-chasing Fulham. The Cottagers needed a win in the late kick-off to regain second place from Cardiff in the Sky Bet Championship and to deny Wolves a top-flight spot for the first time since 2012. Aleksandar Mitrovic's 70th-minute goal had looked like putting Wolves' party on hold but Neal Maupay's last-gasp header for Brentford sent Nuno Espirito Santo's side up. Wolves can celebrate at home to Birmingham on Sunday, but third-placed Fulham will have to gather themselves after falling a point and a place behind Cardiff - who have a game in hand. The Bluebirds left it late but kept themselves on course for an automatic promotion place with a 2-0 win at Norwich. Neil Warnock's side know three wins from their remaining four games will be enough to join Wolves in the Premier League but they had to dig deep to earn a vital three points at Carrow Road. Kenneth Zohore squeezed the ball past Angus Gunn in the 86th minute before Junior Hoilett's goal in added time ensured Cardiff's two-game losing streak was brought to an end. Junior Hoilett celebrates his injury time goal in Cardiff City's 2-0 win over Norwich Credit: PA Middlesbrough stormed into the play-off places after coming from behind to beat Bristol City 2-1 at the Riverside Stadium. Milan Djuric volleyed the visitors into a 13th-minute lead before George Friend levelled for Boro five minutes later. Daniel Ayala then headed home the winner in the 68th minute, moving Middlesbrough up to fifth while also denting Bristol City's own top-six hopes. Veteran striker Steve Morison struck his fifth goal of the season for Millwall as they came back to draw 1-1 against fellow play-off hopefuls Sheffield United in the early kick-off. Leon Clarke opened the scoring for the Blades in the 74th minute, but Morison equalised instantly to grab his side a point. The sixth-placed Lions remain unbeaten in the league since New Year's Day and Sheffield United, who are ninth, have not lost at home since late January. Ryan Sessegnon (L) was unable to help Fulham get all three points against Brentford and Romaine Sawyers (R) Derby slipped out of the top six, but Burton moved off the bottom and to within five points of safety after a 3-1 victory over the Rams at the Pirelli Stadium. Liam Boyce tapped home from close range to put the hosts in front after 24 minutes, but their lead did not last long as David Nugent equalised moments later. Luke Murphy curled a beautiful effort past Scott Carson to restore the Brewers' lead just before the break and Lucas Akins added a third in the 68th minute. Oli McBurnie's added-time equaliser secured a vital 2-2 draw for Barnsley at home to fellow strugglers Bolton. Gary Gardner scored from 10 yards midway through the first half for the Tykes before Adam Le Fondre levelled from the spot after 82 minutes. Craig Noone thought he had won it for Bolton three minutes later, but McBurnie had the final say to keep Barnsley within two points of the 21st-placed Trotters. Sunderland slipped to the foot of the table and remain six points below Bolton after drawing 2-2 at Reading. Liam Kelly gave the Royals the lead from the penalty spot after Lee Camp brought down Jon Dadi Bodvarsson in the box after 20 minutes. Paddy McNair fired home a stunning equaliser for the Black Cats just after the break before Lee Cattermole's first goal since August 2014 put the visitors in front in the 66th minute. Yann Kermorgant restored parity for Reading with 11 minutes remaining to leave Chris Coleman's side on the brink with three games left. Ben Brereton's late penalty and Joe Lolley's goal in added time secured an unlikely 2-1 win for Nottingham Forest against Ipswich, who had led through Grant Ward's first-half header. Elsewhere, Callum Robinson's double sealed a 2-1 win for Preston against QPR, who had Matt Smith on the scoresheet, while Jordan
Wolves seal promotion to Premier League as Fulham concede late goal
Wolves secured a return to the Premier League without kicking a ball on Saturday after Brentford stole a dramatic 1-1 draw at promotion-chasing Fulham. The Cottagers needed a win in the late kick-off to regain second place from Cardiff in the Sky Bet Championship and to deny Wolves a top-flight spot for the first time since 2012. Aleksandar Mitrovic's 70th-minute goal had looked like putting Wolves' party on hold but Neal Maupay's last-gasp header for Brentford sent Nuno Espirito Santo's side up. Wolves can celebrate at home to Birmingham on Sunday, but third-placed Fulham will have to gather themselves after falling a point and a place behind Cardiff - who have a game in hand. The Bluebirds left it late but kept themselves on course for an automatic promotion place with a 2-0 win at Norwich. Neil Warnock's side know three wins from their remaining four games will be enough to join Wolves in the Premier League but they had to dig deep to earn a vital three points at Carrow Road. Kenneth Zohore squeezed the ball past Angus Gunn in the 86th minute before Junior Hoilett's goal in added time ensured Cardiff's two-game losing streak was brought to an end. Junior Hoilett celebrates his injury time goal in Cardiff City's 2-0 win over Norwich Credit: PA Middlesbrough stormed into the play-off places after coming from behind to beat Bristol City 2-1 at the Riverside Stadium. Milan Djuric volleyed the visitors into a 13th-minute lead before George Friend levelled for Boro five minutes later. Daniel Ayala then headed home the winner in the 68th minute, moving Middlesbrough up to fifth while also denting Bristol City's own top-six hopes. Veteran striker Steve Morison struck his fifth goal of the season for Millwall as they came back to draw 1-1 against fellow play-off hopefuls Sheffield United in the early kick-off. Leon Clarke opened the scoring for the Blades in the 74th minute, but Morison equalised instantly to grab his side a point. The sixth-placed Lions remain unbeaten in the league since New Year's Day and Sheffield United, who are ninth, have not lost at home since late January. Ryan Sessegnon (L) was unable to help Fulham get all three points against Brentford and Romaine Sawyers (R) Derby slipped out of the top six, but Burton moved off the bottom and to within five points of safety after a 3-1 victory over the Rams at the Pirelli Stadium. Liam Boyce tapped home from close range to put the hosts in front after 24 minutes, but their lead did not last long as David Nugent equalised moments later. Luke Murphy curled a beautiful effort past Scott Carson to restore the Brewers' lead just before the break and Lucas Akins added a third in the 68th minute. Oli McBurnie's added-time equaliser secured a vital 2-2 draw for Barnsley at home to fellow strugglers Bolton. Gary Gardner scored from 10 yards midway through the first half for the Tykes before Adam Le Fondre levelled from the spot after 82 minutes. Craig Noone thought he had won it for Bolton three minutes later, but McBurnie had the final say to keep Barnsley within two points of the 21st-placed Trotters. Sunderland slipped to the foot of the table and remain six points below Bolton after drawing 2-2 at Reading. Liam Kelly gave the Royals the lead from the penalty spot after Lee Camp brought down Jon Dadi Bodvarsson in the box after 20 minutes. Paddy McNair fired home a stunning equaliser for the Black Cats just after the break before Lee Cattermole's first goal since August 2014 put the visitors in front in the 66th minute. Yann Kermorgant restored parity for Reading with 11 minutes remaining to leave Chris Coleman's side on the brink with three games left. Ben Brereton's late penalty and Joe Lolley's goal in added time secured an unlikely 2-1 win for Nottingham Forest against Ipswich, who had led through Grant Ward's first-half header. Elsewhere, Callum Robinson's double sealed a 2-1 win for Preston against QPR, who had Matt Smith on the scoresheet, while Jordan
Wolves secured a return to the Premier League without kicking a ball on Saturday after Brentford stole a dramatic 1-1 draw at promotion-chasing Fulham. The Cottagers needed a win in the late kick-off to regain second place from Cardiff in the Sky Bet Championship and to deny Wolves a top-flight spot for the first time since 2012. Aleksandar Mitrovic's 70th-minute goal had looked like putting Wolves' party on hold but Neal Maupay's last-gasp header for Brentford sent Nuno Espirito Santo's side up. Wolves can celebrate at home to Birmingham on Sunday, but third-placed Fulham will have to gather themselves after falling a point and a place behind Cardiff - who have a game in hand. The Bluebirds left it late but kept themselves on course for an automatic promotion place with a 2-0 win at Norwich. Neil Warnock's side know three wins from their remaining four games will be enough to join Wolves in the Premier League but they had to dig deep to earn a vital three points at Carrow Road. Kenneth Zohore squeezed the ball past Angus Gunn in the 86th minute before Junior Hoilett's goal in added time ensured Cardiff's two-game losing streak was brought to an end. Junior Hoilett celebrates his injury time goal in Cardiff City's 2-0 win over Norwich Credit: PA Middlesbrough stormed into the play-off places after coming from behind to beat Bristol City 2-1 at the Riverside Stadium. Milan Djuric volleyed the visitors into a 13th-minute lead before George Friend levelled for Boro five minutes later. Daniel Ayala then headed home the winner in the 68th minute, moving Middlesbrough up to fifth while also denting Bristol City's own top-six hopes. Veteran striker Steve Morison struck his fifth goal of the season for Millwall as they came back to draw 1-1 against fellow play-off hopefuls Sheffield United in the early kick-off. Leon Clarke opened the scoring for the Blades in the 74th minute, but Morison equalised instantly to grab his side a point. The sixth-placed Lions remain unbeaten in the league since New Year's Day and Sheffield United, who are ninth, have not lost at home since late January. Ryan Sessegnon (L) was unable to help Fulham get all three points against Brentford and Romaine Sawyers (R) Derby slipped out of the top six, but Burton moved off the bottom and to within five points of safety after a 3-1 victory over the Rams at the Pirelli Stadium. Liam Boyce tapped home from close range to put the hosts in front after 24 minutes, but their lead did not last long as David Nugent equalised moments later. Luke Murphy curled a beautiful effort past Scott Carson to restore the Brewers' lead just before the break and Lucas Akins added a third in the 68th minute. Oli McBurnie's added-time equaliser secured a vital 2-2 draw for Barnsley at home to fellow strugglers Bolton. Gary Gardner scored from 10 yards midway through the first half for the Tykes before Adam Le Fondre levelled from the spot after 82 minutes. Craig Noone thought he had won it for Bolton three minutes later, but McBurnie had the final say to keep Barnsley within two points of the 21st-placed Trotters. Sunderland slipped to the foot of the table and remain six points below Bolton after drawing 2-2 at Reading. Liam Kelly gave the Royals the lead from the penalty spot after Lee Camp brought down Jon Dadi Bodvarsson in the box after 20 minutes. Paddy McNair fired home a stunning equaliser for the Black Cats just after the break before Lee Cattermole's first goal since August 2014 put the visitors in front in the 66th minute. Yann Kermorgant restored parity for Reading with 11 minutes remaining to leave Chris Coleman's side on the brink with three games left. Ben Brereton's late penalty and Joe Lolley's goal in added time secured an unlikely 2-1 win for Nottingham Forest against Ipswich, who had led through Grant Ward's first-half header. Elsewhere, Callum Robinson's double sealed a 2-1 win for Preston against QPR, who had Matt Smith on the scoresheet, while Jordan
Wolves seal promotion to Premier League as Fulham concede late goal
Wolves secured a return to the Premier League without kicking a ball on Saturday after Brentford stole a dramatic 1-1 draw at promotion-chasing Fulham. The Cottagers needed a win in the late kick-off to regain second place from Cardiff in the Sky Bet Championship and to deny Wolves a top-flight spot for the first time since 2012. Aleksandar Mitrovic's 70th-minute goal had looked like putting Wolves' party on hold but Neal Maupay's last-gasp header for Brentford sent Nuno Espirito Santo's side up. Wolves can celebrate at home to Birmingham on Sunday, but third-placed Fulham will have to gather themselves after falling a point and a place behind Cardiff - who have a game in hand. The Bluebirds left it late but kept themselves on course for an automatic promotion place with a 2-0 win at Norwich. Neil Warnock's side know three wins from their remaining four games will be enough to join Wolves in the Premier League but they had to dig deep to earn a vital three points at Carrow Road. Kenneth Zohore squeezed the ball past Angus Gunn in the 86th minute before Junior Hoilett's goal in added time ensured Cardiff's two-game losing streak was brought to an end. Junior Hoilett celebrates his injury time goal in Cardiff City's 2-0 win over Norwich Credit: PA Middlesbrough stormed into the play-off places after coming from behind to beat Bristol City 2-1 at the Riverside Stadium. Milan Djuric volleyed the visitors into a 13th-minute lead before George Friend levelled for Boro five minutes later. Daniel Ayala then headed home the winner in the 68th minute, moving Middlesbrough up to fifth while also denting Bristol City's own top-six hopes. Veteran striker Steve Morison struck his fifth goal of the season for Millwall as they came back to draw 1-1 against fellow play-off hopefuls Sheffield United in the early kick-off. Leon Clarke opened the scoring for the Blades in the 74th minute, but Morison equalised instantly to grab his side a point. The sixth-placed Lions remain unbeaten in the league since New Year's Day and Sheffield United, who are ninth, have not lost at home since late January. Ryan Sessegnon (L) was unable to help Fulham get all three points against Brentford and Romaine Sawyers (R) Derby slipped out of the top six, but Burton moved off the bottom and to within five points of safety after a 3-1 victory over the Rams at the Pirelli Stadium. Liam Boyce tapped home from close range to put the hosts in front after 24 minutes, but their lead did not last long as David Nugent equalised moments later. Luke Murphy curled a beautiful effort past Scott Carson to restore the Brewers' lead just before the break and Lucas Akins added a third in the 68th minute. Oli McBurnie's added-time equaliser secured a vital 2-2 draw for Barnsley at home to fellow strugglers Bolton. Gary Gardner scored from 10 yards midway through the first half for the Tykes before Adam Le Fondre levelled from the spot after 82 minutes. Craig Noone thought he had won it for Bolton three minutes later, but McBurnie had the final say to keep Barnsley within two points of the 21st-placed Trotters. Sunderland slipped to the foot of the table and remain six points below Bolton after drawing 2-2 at Reading. Liam Kelly gave the Royals the lead from the penalty spot after Lee Camp brought down Jon Dadi Bodvarsson in the box after 20 minutes. Paddy McNair fired home a stunning equaliser for the Black Cats just after the break before Lee Cattermole's first goal since August 2014 put the visitors in front in the 66th minute. Yann Kermorgant restored parity for Reading with 11 minutes remaining to leave Chris Coleman's side on the brink with three games left. Ben Brereton's late penalty and Joe Lolley's goal in added time secured an unlikely 2-1 win for Nottingham Forest against Ipswich, who had led through Grant Ward's first-half header. Elsewhere, Callum Robinson's double sealed a 2-1 win for Preston against QPR, who had Matt Smith on the scoresheet, while Jordan
Daniel Ayala keeps Middlesbrough in play-off hunt against Bristol City
Daniel Ayala keeps Middlesbrough in play-off hunt against Bristol City
Daniel Ayala keeps Middlesbrough in play-off hunt against Bristol City
Daniel Ayala (right) celebrates scoring Middlesbrough’s winning goal with Ryan Shotton
Daniel Ayala keeps Middlesbrough in play-off hunt against Bristol City
Daniel Ayala (right) celebrates scoring Middlesbrough’s winning goal with Ryan Shotton
Daniel Ayala keeps Middlesbrough in play-off hunt against Bristol City
Daniel Ayala keeps Middlesbrough in play-off hunt against Bristol City
Daniel Ayala keeps Middlesbrough in play-off hunt against Bristol City
This is the moment a single mum burst into tears of joy as campaigners blocked her being evicted by her landlord - a wealthy former football director. Sally Andrews was due to be kicked out by staff from Ernest Arathoon’s property management company. Mr Arathoon is a shareholder and former director at Bristol City who now lives in Florida. Sally was due to be evicted by a court-appointed bailiff at noon on Thursday from her home in Hartcliffe, Bristol. But when the bailiff and staff from Mr Arathoon's property management company, Bristol Property Buyers, arrived at her home they were met with protestors. Mum in tears of joy as campaigners stop her being evicted
Mum left in tears of joy as campaigners stop her b
This is the moment a single mum burst into tears of joy as campaigners blocked her being evicted by her landlord - a wealthy former football director. Sally Andrews was due to be kicked out by staff from Ernest Arathoon’s property management company. Mr Arathoon is a shareholder and former director at Bristol City who now lives in Florida. Sally was due to be evicted by a court-appointed bailiff at noon on Thursday from her home in Hartcliffe, Bristol. But when the bailiff and staff from Mr Arathoon's property management company, Bristol Property Buyers, arrived at her home they were met with protestors. Mum in tears of joy as campaigners stop her being evicted
This is the moment a single mum burst into tears of joy as campaigners blocked her being evicted by her landlord - a wealthy former football director. Sally Andrews was due to be kicked out by staff from Ernest Arathoon’s property management company. Mr Arathoon is a shareholder and former director at Bristol City who now lives in Florida. Sally was due to be evicted by a court-appointed bailiff at noon on Thursday from her home in Hartcliffe, Bristol. But when the bailiff and staff from Mr Arathoon's property management company, Bristol Property Buyers, arrived at her home they were met with protestors. Mum in tears of joy as campaigners stop her being evicted
Mum left in tears of joy as campaigners stop her b
This is the moment a single mum burst into tears of joy as campaigners blocked her being evicted by her landlord - a wealthy former football director. Sally Andrews was due to be kicked out by staff from Ernest Arathoon’s property management company. Mr Arathoon is a shareholder and former director at Bristol City who now lives in Florida. Sally was due to be evicted by a court-appointed bailiff at noon on Thursday from her home in Hartcliffe, Bristol. But when the bailiff and staff from Mr Arathoon's property management company, Bristol Property Buyers, arrived at her home they were met with protestors. Mum in tears of joy as campaigners stop her being evicted
This is the moment a single mum burst into tears of joy as campaigners blocked her being evicted by her landlord - a wealthy former football director. Sally Andrews was due to be kicked out by staff from Ernest Arathoon’s property management company. Mr Arathoon is a shareholder and former director at Bristol City who now lives in Florida. Sally was due to be evicted by a court-appointed bailiff at noon on Thursday from her home in Hartcliffe, Bristol. But when the bailiff and staff from Mr Arathoon's property management company, Bristol Property Buyers, arrived at her home they were met with protestors. Mum in tears of joy as campaigners stop her being evicted
Mum left in tears of joy as campaigners stop her b
This is the moment a single mum burst into tears of joy as campaigners blocked her being evicted by her landlord - a wealthy former football director. Sally Andrews was due to be kicked out by staff from Ernest Arathoon’s property management company. Mr Arathoon is a shareholder and former director at Bristol City who now lives in Florida. Sally was due to be evicted by a court-appointed bailiff at noon on Thursday from her home in Hartcliffe, Bristol. But when the bailiff and staff from Mr Arathoon's property management company, Bristol Property Buyers, arrived at her home they were met with protestors. Mum in tears of joy as campaigners stop her being evicted
Garry Monk rued his Birmingham side’s profligacy in front of goal as they stayed in danger of Championship relegation following defeat to play-off hopefuls Bristol City. The Blues survived dropping into League One at Ashton Gate on the final day of last season under the guidance of Harry Redknapp, but this result leaves them three points above the bottom three 11 months on. Birmingham had 18 shots, but missed a hatful of glorious chances and Bristol showed them how to be clinical in front of goal to score through Marlon Pack, Bobby Reid and Matty Taylor. Lukas Jutkiewicz netted his third goal in as many games and if Birmingham can find the ruthlessness in front of goal which they lacked here, they will surely stay in the division based on this display. Monk said: “The difference in the game was that Bristol were clinical and we weren’t. We look at that game as a missed opportunity. “Coming into this match we had not created many chances. We’ve addressed that, but you need to take the opportunities given to you at any point in the season and especially this stage. “We could have created more distance between ourselves and the bottom three with a result so we are disappointed with that.” An entertaining first half saw a confident Birmingham defy their lowly league position to have 11 shots yet still turn around 2-1 down. Pack smashed home a stunning free-kick from 25 yards to open the scoring following a foul on Reid and 15 minutes later it was 2-0 thanks to the excellent Reid’s 20th goal of the season. Joe Bryan’s long ball was headed down by Famara Diedhiou and Reid – who has been linked with a Premier League move following his fine form this season – did the rest. Jutkiewicz narrowed Birmingham’s deficit before the break, cutting inside to unleash a left-footed finish which beat Bristol stopper Frank Fielding at his near post. Still, it should have been much better for Birmingham as Monk saw Jutkiewicz and Jeremie Boga fail to find the target while Jacques Maghoma somehow missed from close range. Both sides launched into battle when the game resumed. It was the blood and thunder of the Championship at its best, the challenges flying in and Reid – somehow – heading against the bar from a little over a yard out. Birmingham had their moments too, but Jutkiewicz summed up their day when he failed to convert a glorious headed chance when it looked easier to score. Bristol promptly went up the other end and showed them how to take the opportunities on offer at crucial moments when substitute Taylor converted Reid’s low cross late on. “It was a big win and we had to be bold,” said Bristol boss Lee Johnson. “In the last two games we have let everybody down with our attitude and it has been powder-puff stuff from us. “We needed to change the dynamic and we gave the fans a good game to watch.” Match details Bristol City (4-4-2) Fielding; Bryan, Flint, Baker, Kelly; Brownhill, Pack, Smith, Reid (O’Neil 89); Diedhiou (Taylor 80), Djuric (O’Dowda 69). Subs Steele (g), Pisano, Eliasson, Paterson, O’Neil. Birmingham City (4-4-2) Stockdale; Harding, Morrison, Dean, Colin (N’Doye 80); Jota, Davis, Kieftenbeld (Lowe 85), Maghoma; Boga (Lubula 69), Jutkiewicz. Subs Kuszczak (g), Grounds, Roberts, Dacres-Cogley. Booked Dean. Referee Geoff Eltringham (Durham).
Bristol City maintain play-off pressure as profligate Birmingham squander their chances
Garry Monk rued his Birmingham side’s profligacy in front of goal as they stayed in danger of Championship relegation following defeat to play-off hopefuls Bristol City. The Blues survived dropping into League One at Ashton Gate on the final day of last season under the guidance of Harry Redknapp, but this result leaves them three points above the bottom three 11 months on. Birmingham had 18 shots, but missed a hatful of glorious chances and Bristol showed them how to be clinical in front of goal to score through Marlon Pack, Bobby Reid and Matty Taylor. Lukas Jutkiewicz netted his third goal in as many games and if Birmingham can find the ruthlessness in front of goal which they lacked here, they will surely stay in the division based on this display. Monk said: “The difference in the game was that Bristol were clinical and we weren’t. We look at that game as a missed opportunity. “Coming into this match we had not created many chances. We’ve addressed that, but you need to take the opportunities given to you at any point in the season and especially this stage. “We could have created more distance between ourselves and the bottom three with a result so we are disappointed with that.” An entertaining first half saw a confident Birmingham defy their lowly league position to have 11 shots yet still turn around 2-1 down. Pack smashed home a stunning free-kick from 25 yards to open the scoring following a foul on Reid and 15 minutes later it was 2-0 thanks to the excellent Reid’s 20th goal of the season. Joe Bryan’s long ball was headed down by Famara Diedhiou and Reid – who has been linked with a Premier League move following his fine form this season – did the rest. Jutkiewicz narrowed Birmingham’s deficit before the break, cutting inside to unleash a left-footed finish which beat Bristol stopper Frank Fielding at his near post. Still, it should have been much better for Birmingham as Monk saw Jutkiewicz and Jeremie Boga fail to find the target while Jacques Maghoma somehow missed from close range. Both sides launched into battle when the game resumed. It was the blood and thunder of the Championship at its best, the challenges flying in and Reid – somehow – heading against the bar from a little over a yard out. Birmingham had their moments too, but Jutkiewicz summed up their day when he failed to convert a glorious headed chance when it looked easier to score. Bristol promptly went up the other end and showed them how to take the opportunities on offer at crucial moments when substitute Taylor converted Reid’s low cross late on. “It was a big win and we had to be bold,” said Bristol boss Lee Johnson. “In the last two games we have let everybody down with our attitude and it has been powder-puff stuff from us. “We needed to change the dynamic and we gave the fans a good game to watch.” Match details Bristol City (4-4-2) Fielding; Bryan, Flint, Baker, Kelly; Brownhill, Pack, Smith, Reid (O’Neil 89); Diedhiou (Taylor 80), Djuric (O’Dowda 69). Subs Steele (g), Pisano, Eliasson, Paterson, O’Neil. Birmingham City (4-4-2) Stockdale; Harding, Morrison, Dean, Colin (N’Doye 80); Jota, Davis, Kieftenbeld (Lowe 85), Maghoma; Boga (Lubula 69), Jutkiewicz. Subs Kuszczak (g), Grounds, Roberts, Dacres-Cogley. Booked Dean. Referee Geoff Eltringham (Durham).
Former Arsenal striker Ian Wright has revealed that he was "praying" for Newcastle United to sign Tammy Abraham last year and hopes that the Magpies will renew their interest in the youngster in the summer transfer window. Abraham rose to prominence last season when he scored 26 goals in 48 appearances whilst on loan for Championship side Bristol City. The 20-year-old was linked with a move to St James' Park before the start of the 2017/18 campaign - a link which Rafael Benitez confirmed to...
Ian Wright Claims Newcastle Should Make Another Attempt to Sign Chelsea Youngster Next Season
Former Arsenal striker Ian Wright has revealed that he was "praying" for Newcastle United to sign Tammy Abraham last year and hopes that the Magpies will renew their interest in the youngster in the summer transfer window. Abraham rose to prominence last season when he scored 26 goals in 48 appearances whilst on loan for Championship side Bristol City. The 20-year-old was linked with a move to St James' Park before the start of the 2017/18 campaign - a link which Rafael Benitez confirmed to...
Former Arsenal striker Ian Wright has revealed that he was "praying" for Newcastle United to sign Tammy Abraham last year and hopes that the Magpies will renew their interest in the youngster in the summer transfer window. Abraham rose to prominence last season when he scored 26 goals in 48 appearances whilst on loan for Championship side Bristol City. The 20-year-old was linked with a move to St James' Park before the start of the 2017/18 campaign - a link which Rafael Benitez confirmed to...
Ian Wright Claims Newcastle Should Make Another Attempt to Sign Chelsea Youngster Next Season
Former Arsenal striker Ian Wright has revealed that he was "praying" for Newcastle United to sign Tammy Abraham last year and hopes that the Magpies will renew their interest in the youngster in the summer transfer window. Abraham rose to prominence last season when he scored 26 goals in 48 appearances whilst on loan for Championship side Bristol City. The 20-year-old was linked with a move to St James' Park before the start of the 2017/18 campaign - a link which Rafael Benitez confirmed to...
Millwall continue to push for play-off spot after assertive win against Bristol City
Millwall continue to push for play-off spot after assertive win against Bristol City
Millwall continue to push for play-off spot after assertive win against Bristol City
Millwall continue to push for play-off spot after assertive win against Bristol City
Millwall continue to push for play-off spot after assertive win against Bristol City
Millwall continue to push for play-off spot after assertive win against Bristol City
Millwall continue to push for play-off spot after assertive win against Bristol City
Millwall continue to push for play-off spot after assertive win against Bristol City
Millwall continue to push for play-off spot after assertive win against Bristol City
Sunderland's mini-revival was halted by Sheffield Wednesday, while the play-off race took an interesting turn.
Championship Review: Sunderland slip further towards drop, Bristol City suffer play-off blow
Sunderland's mini-revival was halted by Sheffield Wednesday, while the play-off race took an interesting turn.
Brentford's Dean Smith has eyes on play-offs after beating Bristol City
Brentford's Dean Smith has eyes on play-offs after beating Bristol City
Brentford's Dean Smith has eyes on play-offs after beating Bristol City
Brentford's Dean Smith has eyes on play-offs after beating Bristol City
Brentford's Dean Smith has eyes on play-offs after beating Bristol City
Brentford's Dean Smith has eyes on play-offs after beating Bristol City
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Carabao Cup Quarter Final - Bristol City vs Manchester United
Soccer Football - Carabao Cup Quarter Final - Bristol City vs Manchester United - Ashton Gate Stadium, Bristol, Britain - December 20, 2017 Manchester United's Zlatan Ibrahimovic REUTERS/David Klein
Soccer Football - Championship - Cardiff City vs Bristol City - Cardiff City Stadium, Cardiff, Britain - February 25, 2018 Cardiff City's Junior Hoilett in action with Bristol City's Aden Flint Action Images/Matthew Childs
Championship - Cardiff City vs Bristol City
Soccer Football - Championship - Cardiff City vs Bristol City - Cardiff City Stadium, Cardiff, Britain - February 25, 2018 Cardiff City's Junior Hoilett in action with Bristol City's Aden Flint Action Images/Matthew Childs
Soccer Football - Championship - Cardiff City vs Bristol City - Cardiff City Stadium, Cardiff, Britain - February 25, 2018 Cardiff City's Kenneth Zohore scores their first goal Action Images/Matthew Childs
Championship - Cardiff City vs Bristol City
Soccer Football - Championship - Cardiff City vs Bristol City - Cardiff City Stadium, Cardiff, Britain - February 25, 2018 Cardiff City's Kenneth Zohore scores their first goal Action Images/Matthew Childs
Since his arrival, Paul Heckingbottom has slowly but surely seen progress in his Leeds United side. After an unlucky 2-1 defeat to Yorkshire rivals Sheffield United, Leeds have since gone unbeaten against fellow promotion hopefuls Bristol City, Der​by County and Brentford - barring the recent, and seemingly anomalous, 3-0 thrashing at the hands of Middlesbrough. Leeds were even 2-0 down at home to ​Bristol City when a rapturous atmosphere at Elland Road surged the Whites to get two goals in...
FanView: Why Paul Heckingbottom's Leeds Should Be Title Contenders Next Season
Since his arrival, Paul Heckingbottom has slowly but surely seen progress in his Leeds United side. After an unlucky 2-1 defeat to Yorkshire rivals Sheffield United, Leeds have since gone unbeaten against fellow promotion hopefuls Bristol City, Der​by County and Brentford - barring the recent, and seemingly anomalous, 3-0 thrashing at the hands of Middlesbrough. Leeds were even 2-0 down at home to ​Bristol City when a rapturous atmosphere at Elland Road surged the Whites to get two goals in...
Since his arrival, Paul Heckingbottom has slowly but surely seen progress in his Leeds United side. After an unlucky 2-1 defeat to Yorkshire rivals Sheffield United, Leeds have since gone unbeaten against fellow promotion hopefuls Bristol City, Der​by County and Brentford - barring the recent, and seemingly anomalous, 3-0 thrashing at the hands of Middlesbrough. Leeds were even 2-0 down at home to ​Bristol City when a rapturous atmosphere at Elland Road surged the Whites to get two goals in...
FanView: Why Paul Heckingbottom's Leeds Should Be Title Contenders Next Season
Since his arrival, Paul Heckingbottom has slowly but surely seen progress in his Leeds United side. After an unlucky 2-1 defeat to Yorkshire rivals Sheffield United, Leeds have since gone unbeaten against fellow promotion hopefuls Bristol City, Der​by County and Brentford - barring the recent, and seemingly anomalous, 3-0 thrashing at the hands of Middlesbrough. Leeds were even 2-0 down at home to ​Bristol City when a rapturous atmosphere at Elland Road surged the Whites to get two goals in...

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