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Technically, Oldham are not yet down because their result has not yet been confirmed despite leaving. But let’s be honest, they’re down.

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A game no one talked about.


The match ends in Boundary Park by leaving. Salford won 2: 1 and sent Oldham to the National League, becoming the first team to play in the Premier League to reach the fifth level. Bad day for the club.

Updated at 5:07 PM BST

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Brentford vs Tottenham with Scott Murray or …

… Bayern vs Dortmund with that man Rob Smyth.

Oldham 1-2 Salford: Fans are still on the field at Boundary Park, calling on their “useless” owners to leave the club. I’m not sure how it will end.

Forest green scene …

FOOTBALL GOAL! Solanke scored from the spot to equal Bournemouth against Fulham in the 98th minute. This could be crucial for Cherries as they seek to return to the Premier League.

Dominic Solanke equalized for Bournemouth. Ian Tuttle / Shutterstock pictures

Updated at 17.11 BST

Wigan drew with Plymouth, so he would have to wait to confirm his progress from League One.


Full time: Bristol Rovers 0-0 Forest Green Rovers

Forest Green Rovers players celebrate the promotion. Photo: Simon Galloway / PA

Updated at 17.12 BST

Full time: Peterborough 0-1 Nottingham Forest

Peterborough descends to League One after another home defeat.

I go on a short break before Bayern vs Dortmund. Will Unwin will hold your hand with love and tenderness for the rest of this watch.

End time: Manchester City 5-1 Watford

The four goals for Gabriel Jesus and the City are four points ahead of Liverpool.

After a four goals, Gabriel Jesus from Manchester City collects a match mark from referee Kevin Friend. Photo: Jason Cairnduff / Action Images / Reuters

Updated at 5:15 PM BST

Full time: Norwich 0-3 Newcastle

Newcastle has won 10 in the last 14 league matches, which is an extraordinary form.

“Interesting at the end of the Scottish Championship, where the Queen of the South scored late against Ayr and Dunfermline lose to Partick,” writes Simon McMahon. “This means that if the Queen of the South beats Dunfermline 1-0 and Ayr loses the same score next week with Partick, all three teams would end up in terms of points, goal difference and goals scored.”

“I guess that would make it to a head-to-head record that I can’t bother to look at.” But you can ignore it all because Ayr just leveled up. “

“Hi, Rob,” writes John Davis. “The next logical job for Graham Potter would probably be England?” It fits the type that has worked in recent years, has a great coaching arc and does not get massive club work. A good World Cup in November / December would be a good end point for Southgate. The second option is Eddie Howe, but as a Newcastle fan, I don’t think about it. And it’s probably too early for him. “

I didn’t really think about England, but I assume you’re right. He could potentially get a job at Arsenal or Spurs, even if it took a few things to reconcile.

Updated at 4:50 PM BST

Oldham 1-2 Salford The players have left the pitch and there are hundreds of fans on the pitch, most of them lined up behind the “Get out of our club” banner.

Oldham 1-2 Salford Protests against Oldham’s property took place in Boundary Park with a number of fans on the field. It sounds like the match could be interrupted, which would be a particularly lousy way for such a great club to get out of the football league.

Updated at 4:44 PM BST

FOOTBALL GOAL! Wigan 1-1 Plymouth (Whatmough 74)

League One leaders equalized! Jack Whatmough scored from the corner, and if Wigan could get another, he would advance tonight.

Jack Whatmough scored the home equalizer for Wigan Athletic. Photo: Dave Rowntree / PPAUK / Shutterstock

Updated at 4:54 PM BST

Arsenal 3: 1 Manchester United

Here’s Barney Ronay on a busy afternoon in the Emirates.

At 17:30, two live blogs start and here they are.

League One Rotherham came from behind Oxford, with Daniel Barlaser scoring at both ends. This moves them back to the places of automatic promotion, BUT SEE HOW TIGHT IT IS.

Second League John Rooney secured Barrow a lead at home with Sutton. That is, as things stand, Oldham is relegated to the National League.

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Premier League


  • Bournemouth 0: 1 Fulham
  • Peterborough 0-1 Nottingham Forest

First league

  • Wigan Athletic 0-1 Plymouth Argyle

Second league

  • Bristol Rovers 0-0 Forest Green Rovers

FOOTBALL GOAL! Wigan 0-1 Plymouth (Jephcott 63)

Wigan missed a few chances and Luke Jephcott forced them to pay! As things stand – and it’s really very tight at the head of League One – Wigan still needs three points to secure a move.

Updated at 4:26 PM BST

Man City 5-1 Watford The condition of this.

In the second league, Exeter won at home with Rochdale 2: 0. However, they do not seem to secure a promotion today, as Northampton wins 4: 2 on the Orient.

Exeter City captain Matt Jay (center) celebrates after doubling their lead. Photo: Phil Mingo / PPAUK / Shutterstock

Updated at 4:35 PM BST

Bournemouth 0-1 Fulham It seems that Mitrovica’s goal has just crossed the line. In fact, it was so close that the guys at Sky Sports speculate that goal line technology didn’t make it wrong.

FOOTBALL GOAL! Bournemouth 0-1 Fulham (Yep 56)

Aleksandar Mitrovič’s 487th goal pushed leader and future Fulham champion to the Vitality Stadium into the lead.

Aleksandar Mitrovic from Fulham leads the guests. Steven Paston / PAScenes pictures James Marsh / Shutterstock pictures

Updated at 4:33 PM BST