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Weekends football 25/26 April


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Premier League

Southampton v Spurs 12.45 BT Sport

Burnley v Leicester

Palace v Hull

Newcastle v Swansea

QPR v West Ham

Albion v Liverpool

Stoke v Sunderland

MOTD 10.30


Brighton v Watford 12.15 SS1

Sheff Wed v Leeds 12.30

Small Heath v Charlton

Cardiff v Blackpool

Fulham v Middlesbrough

Huddersfield v Blackburn

Ipswich v Forrest

Millwall v Derby

Reading v Btentford

Rotherham v Norwich

Wigan v Wolves

FLS Midnight


Premier League

Super Sunday

Everton v Man Utd 1.30 SS1

Arsenal v Chelsea 4pm SS1

Match of the Day

MOTD 2 10.30

MOTD 2 Extra 12.15

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Table-topping Watford will be promoted if they beat Brighton on Saturday (12:15 BST) and other results go their way. Should they win and Bournemouth and Middlesbrough both lose, the Hornets would be promoted. Equally, defeat for one of those two, coupled with Norwich failing to win, would also be sufficient. Bournemouth can be all but promoted if they beat Bolton on Monday, should Middlesbrough lose and Norwich fail to win on Saturday. Their goal difference is 15 better than Boro.

Derby will clinch a play-off place if they beat Millwall or match the results of Brentford and Wolves. Their superior goal difference means if they lose, they are almost guaranteed the top six so long as their two rivals do not both win.

Ipswich will seal their top-six spot if they better the results of Brentford and Wolves.


The bottom three teams will be relegated to League One. Blackpool were the first Football League team to go down this season, after fellow strugglers Rotherham beat Brighton 1-0 on 6 April.

The further relegation places are slightly complicated by 21st-placed Rotherham's three-point deduction. They have until 1 May, the day before the final fixtures of the season, to appeal.

Wigan will be relegated if they fail to beat Wolves and if Rotherham beat Norwich.

Millwall will join them if they lose to Derby and the Millers win. The Lions' goal difference means they will be practically down if they draw and Rotherham win.

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