Date: 26th February 2007 at 9:05pm
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All the action from last week.

Concerning matches here are the week`s results:

All teams participated in midweek matches last week, here are Tuesday`s results.

Barnsley 3 – 0 Hull City
Birmingham 1 – 1 Sunderland
Burnley 0 – 1 Leicester
Coventry 2 – 1 Southampton
Ipswich 0 – 1 Wolves
Leeds 0 – 0 QPR
Luton 3 – 2 Sheff Wed
Plymouth 3 – 0 Colchester
Preston 2 – 1 Norwich
Southend 0 – 1 C Palace
West Brom 1 – 0 Cardiff

Barnsley secured 3 useful points with victory over relegation rivals Hull. In the top of the table clash, Birmingham and Sunderland both gained a point as Birmingham slide down the table and Sunderland rise up it. Milan Mandaric saw his new club secure another victory this time at Burnley who are entering a relegation fight after 14 games without a win. Iain Dowie saw his new team beat promotion hopefuls Southampton to get his regime under a flying start. Wolves won again as they creep up the table almost unnoticed. Leeds and QPR drew 0-0 in a relegation scrap. Luton beat Sheff Wed 3-2 in a high scoring game. Plymouth beat Colchester resoundingly in a mid table clash. PNE beat Norwich at home after their FA cup disappointment. Palace and West Brom both won to move up the table.

There was one game on Wednesday night, here is the result:

Derby 0 – 2 Stoke

Derby slipped to allow the chasing pack to gain ground on them.

On Friday there was one game, where Cardiff managed to continue their winning run with a comfortable win over promotion rivals PNE.

Cardiff 4-1 Preston

Here are Saturday`s results:

C Palace 2 – 1 Luton
Colchester 0 – 0 Burnley
Hull City 2 – 0 Birmingham
Leicester 1 – 1 West Brom
Norwich 1 – 1 Coventry
QPR 1 – 1 Plymouth
Sheff Wed 3 – 2 Southend
Southampton 1 – 0 Ipswich
Sunderland 2 – 1 Derby
Wolves 1 – 0 Leeds

Palace won the mid table clash over Luton at Selhurst Park. Colchester held Burnley to continue Burnley`s bad run and prolong Colchester`s good home form. Hull recorded a surprise win over Birmingham who are in a dreadful run of form at the moment. Leicester, West Brom, Norwich, Coventry, QPR and PLymoth all drew 1-1 whilst Sheff Wed won 3-2 over Southend with a late winner. Promotion hopefuls Wolves and Southampton both won 1-0 at home whilst Derby slipped up again and they fell to 2nd in the table due to goal difference.

Here is the current table:

1. West Brom 63
2. Derby 63
3. Birmingham 61
4. Sunderland 60
5. Southampton 59
6. Cardiff 59
7. Preston 59
8. Wolves 59
9. Stoke 53
10. Colchester 52
11. Palace 48
12. Plymouth 47
13. Leicester 44
14. Sheff Wed 44
15. Coventry 42
16. Burnley 40
17. Ipswich 39
18. Norwich 38
19. Luton 36
20. Hull 35
21. QPR 35
22. Barnsley 35
23. Southend 31
24. Leeds United 31


 

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