Date: 12th March 2007 at 4:52pm
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All the action from last week.

Concerning matches here are the week`s results:

On Monday night there was a top of the table clash between Preston and Southampton:

Preston 3 – 1 Southampton

Preston ran out winners and knocked Southampton and off the play offs, pushing themselves up to 5th.

Six teams participated on Tuesday, here are the results.

Hull City 2 – 5 Ipswich
Norwich 1 – 2 Derby
Sheff Wed 1 – 1 Plymouth

Ipswich pummelled Hull away from home, with new striker Francis Jeffers scoring. Derby moved back to the top of the table with an away win at Norwich. There was a mid table draw in the other game

Birmingham 1 – 0 Derby

On Friday, Birmingham moved back to the top after beating Derby, who had been top previously for 3 days.

Here are Saturday`s results:

Barnsley 0 – 2 Sunderland
C Palace 2 – 0 Leicester
Cardiff 1 – 0 Norwich
Colchester 0 – 0 Coventry
Hull City 2 – 0 Preston
Ipswich 0 – 2 Southend
Leeds 1 – 0 Luton
QPR 1 – 1 Sheff Wed
Stoke 2 – 1 Southampton

Sunderland continued their superb run with another victory, this time in front of 8`000 away fans they took to Barnsley. Palace beat Leicester in a mid table clash. Norwich lost their second game in five days, both to top of the table opposition. Colchester drew a blank at home which was surprising, as Coventry held them at Layer Road. Relegation candidates Hull recorded the surprise of the day with a shock 2-0 win over Preston. Leeds and Southend both won vital games which helped their survival cause. QPR entered the relegation zone after drawing at home. Stoke beat Southampton which saw them move towards the play offs, just behind Southampton.

On Sunday, Wolves beat West Brom 1-0 at home:

Wolves 1 – 0 West Brom

Here is the current table:

1. Birmingham 70
2. Derby 69
3. Sunderland 66
4. Wolves 65
5. West Brom 63
6. Cardiff 62
7. Preston 62
8. Southampton 59
9. Stoke 57
10. Colchester 53
11. Palace 52
12. Plymouth 49
13. Sheff Wed 49
14. Coventry 46
15. Ipswich 45
16. Leicester 45
17. Norwich 44
18. Burnley 41
19. Hull 38
20. Barnsley 38
21. QPR 36
22. Luton 36
23. Southend 35
24. Leeds United 34

 

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