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News from the Bundesliga, where Erling Haaland has already scored for Borussia Dortmund against Cologne, and it was nice to be right through the goalkeeper’s legs.
A sight that no goalkeeper wants to see ? pic.twitter.com/J14OXieZvV
March 20, 2021
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A sad day for football, announced today with the death of Leeds legend Peter Lorimer.
Former Leeds and Scotland midfielder Peter Lorimer dies aged 74
Peter Lorimer: a Leeds legend who had dynamite in his boots
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Brentford’s 1-1 draw with Nottingham Forest really opens the day for Norwich and Watford. After Ivan Toney’s early penalty, Filip Krovinović’s equalizer means more points for Thomas Frank’s team, which shows signs of the wobbles they cost last season.
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Southampton in the FA Cup semifinals For the first time since 2003? No, they actually reached the same stage in 2018 when Mark Hughes was manager and lost to Chelsea.
Southampton’s Nathan Redmond outperforms Bournemouth in the FA Cup
Updated at 2:29 p.m. GMT
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League Two games
Barrow v. Crawley Town
Bolton v. Walsall
Bradford v. Oldham
Cambridge Utd v Forest Green
Cheltenham versus Salford City
Colchester v. Port Vale
Harrogate Town versus Morecambe
Mansfield v. Grimsby
Newport County 0-1 Leyton Orient (Latest)
Scunthorpe v. Southend
Stevenage 2-1 Carlisle (Latest)
Tranmere v. Exeter
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And in the first division.
AFC Wimbledon versus Charlton
Accrington Stanley versus Wigan
Burton Albion versus Milton Keynes Dons
Fleetwood Town versus Swindon
Gillingham versus Doncaster
Northampton v. Crewe
Oxford Utd versus Blackpool
Plymouth versus Bristol Rovers
Portsmouth 1-1 Ipswich (Latest)
Rochdale v. Peterborough
Shrewsbury v. Hull
Sunderland versus Lincoln City
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Here are today’s championship games.
Barnsley v. Sheff Wed
Brentford 1-1. Nottm Forest (Latest)
Bristol City versus Rotherham
Coventry versus Wycombe
Huddersfield v Bournemouth AFC (postponed)
Millwall v. Middlesbrough
Norwich v. Blackburn
Preston North End versus Luton
Reading v. QPR
Stoke v. Derby
Swansea versus Cardiff (KO 5.30)
Watford versus Birmingham
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In the first divisionIn Danny Cowley’s first game that is responsible for Portsmouth, they are under the relatively new management of Paul Cook 1-1 against Ipswich. That was a kick-off at 1 p.m.
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In the championshipBrentford will be played 1-1 in Nottingham Forest. If that stays the same, Norwich can really steal a march. This is also good news for those pursuing second place. Watford also starts at 3 p.m.
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It’s Saturday so this has to be Selhurst Park and Crystal Palace playing Burnley / West Brom / Villa … What? No, the FA Cup has broken the space-time continuum and there are no actual 3pm Barclays. This week’s Clocko turns its attention to the EFL, where there is so much to play, and our European friends. There is a whole round of championship games in which Norwich can keep their lead by hitting Blackburn. Watford, the closest chasers, hosts Birminghamunder the new leadership of Lee Bowyer and attempting to stave off relegation. Swansea v Cardiff starts later and Brentford play against in the previous game Nottingham Forest. Down where Wycombe and Sheffield Wednesday are sure to be sunk Rotherhamwho have four games in hand at Birmingham travel to Bristol City.
In Europe, Bayern Munich can pull four points ahead of RB Leipzig, who won yesterday, by hitting Stuttgart. Real Madrid, third, can continue their chase Sportyby winning at Celtic Vigo.
All that and the best of the first and second division. Accompany me.