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Leeds lose to 10-man Wigan, Bolton relegated: Good Friday clockwatch -?as it happened

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Wigan’s Jonas Olsson consoles Leeds’s Patrick Bamford.
Photograph: Andrew Boyers/Action Images


John Brewin
(earlier),
Nick Miller
(earlier) and
Ben Fisher
(now)

Fri 19 Apr 2019 12.26?EDT

First published on Fri 19 Apr 2019 05.11?EDT

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  • 11.57am EDT
    11:57
    Bolton relegated to League One


  • 12.23pm EDT
    12:23
    Match report: Leeds 1-2 Wigan


  • 12.03pm EDT
    12:03
    Full-time results


  • 11.46am EDT
    11:46
    GOAL! West Brom 3-2 Hull City (Gayle, 84)


  • 11.44am EDT
    11:44
    GOAL! Swansea 4-3 Rotherham (Vaulks, 83)


  • 11.40am EDT
    11:40
    GOAL! Swansea 4-2 Rotherham (McBurnie, 79)


  • 11.30am EDT
    11:30
    GOAL! Swansea 3-2 Rotherham (Naughton, 69)




12.23pm EDT
12:23

Match report: Leeds 1-2 Wigan

Ten-man Wigan stun Leeds to blow Championship promotion race open

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12.13pm EDT
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An agonising defeat for Leeds United, as well as a huge victory for Wigan Athletic. Football, eh? They threw the kitchen sink eventually even so it was hardly a vintage Leeds performance under Marcelo Bielsa, with Wigan showing glimpses of quality if this mattered. It absolutely was another fine display by Reece James, the Chelsea loanee who rattled the woodwork. Leeds slip to third behind Sheffield United on goal difference, while Wigan move five points clear of the relegation zone. Chris Wilder’s side get home during the driving seat for that second automatic promotion place with three games to be. Norwich City, taking on Sheffield Wednesday tonight, are quite nearly there. Norwich can move seven points free of second with nine to experiment with for, when they can seal promotion at Stoke on Monday. Wilder, who said yet give Leeds’ game a miss preferring a pint of his preferred Yorkshire ale, will definitely enjoy that beer.

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12.03pm EDT
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Full-time results

Championship

Birmingham 2-2 Derby
Bolton 0-2 Aston Villa
Bristol City 1-1 Reading
Leeds 1-2 Wigan
Middlesbrough 1-0 Stoke
Millwall 1-1 Brentford
Preston 4-0 Ipswich
QPR 1-2 Blackburn
Sheff Utd 2-0 Nottm Forest
Swansea 4-3 Rotherham
West Brom 3-2 Hull City

Norwich v Sheff Weds (7.45pm)

League One

AFC Wimbledon 1-1 Bristol Rovers
Barnsley 2-1 Shrewsbury
Burton 1-2 Portsmouth
Coventry 2-0 Bradford
Fleetwood 1-1 Peterborough
Gillingham 3-1 Plymouth
Oxford 2-1 Charlton
Rochdale 1-0 Wycombe
Scunthorpe 0-0 Blackpool
Walsall 1-1 Southend

Sunderland v Doncaster (5.15pm)

League Two

Cambridge 0-0 Swindon
Carlisle 1-0 Lincoln
Cheltenham 0-0 Oldham
Colchester 1-0 Grimsby
Crewe 2-0 Yeovil
Exeter 1-3 Crawley
Mansfield 4-0 Morecambe
Newport 3-1 Bury
Northampton 3-1 Macclesfield
Notts Co 1-2 MK Dons
Port Vale 1-4 Stevenage
Tranmere 0-1 Forest Green

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11.57am EDT
11:57

Bolton relegated to League One

It has become a very long time coming and Phil Parkinson has been doing an extraordinary job in the circumstances, but Laurence Bassini will own a League One club once his takeover is completed. Goals by Jack Grealish and Tammy Abraham earned Aston Villa a 2-0 victory, as Dean Smith’s side found a ninth win about the spin. Seven years after remaining the Premier League, Bolton will start next season during the third tier having lost 14 within their past 18 matches, the most recent defeat their 27th of the season.

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11.56am EDT
11:56

There are going to be five added minutes at Elland Road. Meanwhile, Middlesbrough get the position done with the Riverside, obtaining a 3rd consecutive win with victory over Stoke.

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11.53am EDT
11:53

Wigan’s coaching staff are incensed at Elland Road – they presume they must were awarded a penalty after Forshaw upended Reece James inside the box! Nothing doing. Into the 90th minute we go …

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11.52am EDT
11:52

A big goal at Burton! Matt Clarke nets what the heck is surely a stoppage-time winner for Portsmouth within the Pirelli Stadium. Barnsley are usually winning in League One, while Sunderland handle Doncaster shortly. All to try out for at the top!


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11.49am EDT
11:49

Leeds are camped within the Wigan half at Elland Road – they cannot discover a way past Christian Walton. It is an attack v defence excercise, unsurprisingly. Elsewehere, Birmingham scramble the ball to safety after Fikayo Tomori went agonisingly close!

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11.46am EDT
11:46

GOAL! West Brom 3-2 Hull City (Gayle, 84)

Dwight Gayle strikes together with 23rd of the year. The striker converts Jacob Murphy’s low cross to poke Albion’s noses ahead for the Hawthorns.

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11.44am EDT
11:44

GOAL! Swansea 4-3 Rotherham (Vaulks, 83)

A goal-fest along at the Liberty Stadium! Keeping in south Wales, an enormous goal for Newport, who go 3-1 up over Bury. Mike Flynn’s side are making a late – and convincing – dash with the play-offs.

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11.40am EDT
11:40

GOAL! Swansea 4-2 Rotherham (McBurnie, 79)

Oli McBurnie’s 19th objective of the time of year seals what is surely a sixth straight home win. In League One, a sweet Ollie Clarke strike from distance earns Bristol Rovers an equaliser at AFC Wimbledon, who drop into the relegation zone as things stand.

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11.40am EDT
11:40

Preston 4-0 Ipswich! Lukas Nmecha gets his second of the afternoon. Elsewhere, Mansfield are three goals towards the fantastic at the location of Morecambe, and already-promoted Lincoln trail at play-off chasing Carlisle.


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11.37am EDT
11:37

Reece James strikes the bar for Wigan! They come within millimetres of adding one third. A curling free-kick because of the impressive Chelsea loanee outsmarts Kiko Casilla inside the Leeds goal however the not the woodwork. Eighteen minutes of normal time to play at Elland Road.

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11.30am EDT
11:30

GOAL! Swansea 3-2 Rotherham (Naughton, 69)

Swansea lead somebody in charge of today against Rotherham. George Byers hooks goalwards and Kyle Naughton contains the faintest of touches in it that will help it on. Wigan, as things stand, will move five points clear of the end three. Whether they’d like to hold on tight at Elland Road …

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11.27am EDT
11:27

GOAL! Leeds 1-2 Wigan (Massey, 62)

Wowee! Ten-man Wigan lead at Elland Road! Gavin Massey heads home his second purpose of the afternoon after meeting a neat, cushioned header by Leon Clarke. If Wigan – who have the worst away record inside entire Football League – will continue to win the bingo, then Leeds will drop to third, behind Sheffield United on goal difference. An incredible goal in Yorkshire.

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11.24am EDT
11:24

GOAL! West Brom 2-2 Hull City (Gayle, 63)

Dwight Gayle nods home his 22nd purpose of the summer season as Hull get to sleep inside box.


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11.23am EDT
11:23

Fancy a rapid Aston Villa stat? Tammy Abraham the 1st player to gain 25 goals in the league season for Villa since Andy Gray, in 1976-77. The negative effects for Abraham is that he injured his shoulder in doubling Villa’s lead at Bolton, with the forward substituted with Keinan Davis.


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11.21am EDT
11:21

GOAL! West Brom 1-2 Hull City (Kane, 60)

Todd Kane doubles his – and Hull’s tally – with the Hawthorns. Similar to London buses, etc. Down in League Two, Yeovil have been in real trouble after Adel Gafaiti covers an upright red card for elbowing Nicky Hunt. MK Dons, meanwhile, lead 1-0 at Notts County through David Wheeler.

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11.19am EDT
11:19

GOAL! Bolton 0-2 Aston Villa (Abraham, 57)

That isn’t a 25 to the season for Tammy Abraham, the striker converting Grealish’s deft cross inside the box. Meanwhile, Preston lead Ipswich 3-0, courtesy of Lukas Nmecha.


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11.15am EDT
11:15

And now Kemar Roofe passes up a giant chance of Leeds! The substitute opts to chest, rather than heading Jack Harrison’s cross, along with his effort from six yards out is ultimately too tame to honestly trouble Walton from the Wigan goal.


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11.14am EDT
11:14

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