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Championship Games today

Championship Games today

Cardiff face Blackpool in a game which could see them leapfrog Southampton if they win. Blackpool can close the gap between them and the play-offs as well so plenty to play for.

The Hull and Reading games have been postponed which means they could drop a place or two though they will have the games to play at a later date.

Burnley have Peterborough at home and again they will be looking to move closer to the play-off places.

Middlesbrough have Crystal Palace at home and they will also move closer to Saints with a win before the late game at St Andrews.

Southampton travel to Birmingham and need to avoid defeat in the least to keep the gap between the teams. A Birmingham win will put them just two points behind Saints and with a game in hand.

All in all I can see a few changes in positions today.



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Writer:SFC Forever
Date:Saturday February 4 2012
Time: 4:03PM

Comments

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Pity Hammers got a win but was expected. Burnley are losing at the moment which helps.
stellarnw
04/02/2012 16:13:00
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Cardiff 0-0 at home to Palace as well at Half Time.
stellarnw
04/02/2012 16:14:00
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Snow is falling heavily in the midlands now. Wonder if we will have our game played.
stellarnw
04/02/2012 16:17:00
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Burnley are trailing 0-1 to Peterborough. Cardiff lead 1-0 to Crystal Palace
SFC Forever
04/02/2012 16:30:00
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Cardiff score stays like that they will leapfrog us.
SFC Forever
04/02/2012 16:31:00
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Watford look like getting the three points as they lead 2-0 to Barnsley.
SFC Forever
04/02/2012 16:36:00
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Good news for Saints fans as Blackpool equalise through ex-Saint Kevin Phillips.
SFC Forever
04/02/2012 16:38:00
0
ven better for us now as Blackpool take the lead at Cardiff.
SFC Forever
04/02/2012 16:44:00
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Burnley equalise against Peterborough 1-1
SFC Forever
04/02/2012 16:49:00
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Blackpool now 3-1 up at Cardiff and are looking a threat and are up to 4th.
SFC Forever
04/02/2012 16:51:00
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