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Premier League and Football League relegation, promotion and play-offsWho can still finish where?

We're into the final month of the season across England's top four tiers, and there is still plenty to play for.
Published last Wednesday at 11:16 am on Telegraph

Premier League and Football League relegation, promotion and play-offs: who can still finish where?

We're into the final month of the season across England's top four tiers, and there is still plenty to play for.
Published last Wednesday at 11:11 am on Telegraph

Bookies’ favourite Cowley responds to criticism over playing style

Lincoln boss Danny Cowley, the current favourite for the Ipswich Town managerial vacancy, has responded to criticism over his style of play.
Published last Tuesday at 06:11 am on Green Un

Ray Wilkins dies at 61 following cardiac arrest as footballing world mourn Chelsea legend

RAY WILKINS has died in hospital following a cardiac arrest at the age of 61.
Published Wednesday at 02:51 pm on Daily Express

Ray Wilkins: Who is ex-Chelsea and Manchester United player and Sky Sports pundit?

RAY WILKINS, the former England footballer turned manager, is critically ill in hospital after suffering a heart attack. Who is ex-Chelsea and Manchester United player and Sky Sports pundit?
Published Saturday at 08:41 am on Daily Express

Chesterfield 3-1 Notts County recap


Published Sunday at 03:56 pm on SkySports

Chesterfield 3-1 Notts County LIVE!


Published Sunday at 03:46 pm on SkySports

L2: Coventry continue play-off push

Marc McNulty scored a second-half hat-trick as Coventry continued their Sky Bet League Two play-off push with a 4-0 home win over struggling Grimsby.
Published Saturday at 06:16 pm on SkySports

EFL interview: Dan Bentley on being scouted by Arsenal, Peter Schmeichel, Brentford hopes

YOU could call Dan Bentley a natural given that he was spotted by an Arsenal talent scout playing his first-ever competitive game in goal.
Published 1 month ago on Daily Express

Miedema winner sinks City to secure Arsenal's fifth Continental Cup

Three months after crossing the globe to become manager of Arsenal Women, Australian Joe Montemurro hoisted his first trophy on Wednesday night. A solitary goal by Vivianne Miedema, 36 minutes into the first half, was enough to dethrone holders Manchester City and see win Arsenal their fifth Continental Cup.
Published 1 month ago on The Independent


Wycombe Wanderers's Results
Apr 17Lincoln City0 - 0A
Apr 14Yeovil Town1 - 0A
Apr 2Grimsby Town2 - 1H
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Wycombe Wanderers's Fixtures
Apr 21Accrington StanleyH
Apr 28ChesterfieldA
May 5StevenageH
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League Two Table
PosTeamPldGDPts
1Acc. Stanley422987
2Luton Town434683
3Wycombe432178
4Exeter431176
5Notts County432173
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