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Final League Matches Sat 8th May 2021
« on: Tue 04 May 2021 12:08 »
AFC Bournemouth (First Team) v Stoke City FC (First Team)
Football League Championship    
Referee: Webb, David
Assistant Referee: Gill, Bhupinder
Assistant Referee: Waters, Adrian
Fourth Official: Davies, Andy

Barnsley FC (First Team) v Norwich City FC (First Team)
Football League Championship    
Referee: Smith, Joshua
Assistant Referee: Wild, Richard
Assistant Referee: Dwyer, Mark
Fourth Official: Donohue, Matthew

Blackburn Rovers FC (First Team) v Birmingham City F C (First Team)
Football League Championship    
Referee: Stroud, Keith
Assistant Referee: Hunt, Jonathan
Assistant Referee: Lewis, Sam
Fourth Official: Doughty, Leigh

Bristol City (First Team) v Brentford FC (First Team)
Football League Championship    
Referee: Linington, James
Assistant Referee: Fox, Andrew
Assistant Referee: Meredith, Steven
Fourth Official: Tallis, Scott

Cardiff City FC (First Team) v Rotherham United FC (First Team)
Football League Championship    
Referee: Scott, Graham
Assistant Referee: Scholes, Mark
Assistant Referee: Cooper, Ian
Fourth Official: Martin, Stephen

Coventry City FC (First Team) v Millwall FC (First Team)
Football League Championship    
Referee: Salisbury, Michael
Assistant Referee: Jones, Mark
Assistant Referee: Smith, Wade
Fourth Official: Langford, Oliver

Derby County FC (First Team) v Sheffield Wednesday FC (First Team)
Football League Championship    
Referee: Dean, Michael
Assistant Referee: Hussin, Ian
Assistant Referee: Robathan, Daniel
Fourth Official: Simpson, Jeremy

MIDDLESBROUGH (First Team) v Wycombe Wanderers FC (First Team)
Football League Championship    
Referee: Atkinson, Martin
Assistant Referee: West, Richard
Assistant Referee: Jones, Matthew
Fourth Official: Boyeson, Carl

Nottingham Forest F.C. (First Team) v Preston North End FC (First Team)
Football League Championship    
Referee: Bond, Darren
Assistant Referee: Hyde, Robert
Assistant Referee: Byrne, George
Fourth Official: Joyce, Ross

Queens Park Rangers FC (First Team) v Luton Town (First Team)
Football League Championship    
Referee: Harrington, Tony
Assistant Referee: Pottage, Mark
Assistant Referee: Hudson, Shaun
Fourth Official: Whitestone, Dean

Reading FC (First Team) v Huddersfield Town FC (First Team)
Football League Championship    
Referee: Gillett, Jarred
Assistant Referee: Hodskinson, Paul
Assistant Referee: Dermott, Philip
Fourth Official: Ward, Gavin

Watford FC (First Team) v Swansea City FC (First Team)
Football League Championship    
Referee: Eltringham, Geoff
Assistant Referee: Merchant, Robert
Assistant Referee: Russell, Mark
Fourth Official: Woolmer, Andy

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Re: Final League Matches Sat 8th May 2021
« Reply #1 on: Tue 04 May 2021 13:45 »
No surprise to see the Wirral card shark on the relegation clash. Lets hope hes in a good mood  ;D

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Re: Final League Matches Sat 8th May 2021
« Reply #2 on: Tue 04 May 2021 15:41 »
AFC Bournemouth (First Team) v Stoke City FC (First Team)
Football League Championship    
Referee: Webb, David
Assistant Referee: Gill, Bhupinder
Assistant Referee: Waters, Adrian
Fourth Official: Davies, Andy

Barnsley FC (First Team) v Norwich City FC (First Team)
Football League Championship    
Referee: Smith, Joshua
Assistant Referee: Wild, Richard
Assistant Referee: Dwyer, Mark
Fourth Official: Donohue, Matthew

Blackburn Rovers FC (First Team) v Birmingham City F C (First Team)
Football League Championship    
Referee: Stroud, Keith
Assistant Referee: Hunt, Jonathan
Assistant Referee: Lewis, Sam
Fourth Official: Doughty, Leigh

Bristol City (First Team) v Brentford FC (First Team)
Football League Championship    
Referee: Linington, James
Assistant Referee: Fox, Andrew
Assistant Referee: Meredith, Steven
Fourth Official: Tallis, Scott

Cardiff City FC (First Team) v Rotherham United FC (First Team)
Football League Championship    
Referee: Scott, Graham
Assistant Referee: Scholes, Mark
Assistant Referee: Cooper, Ian
Fourth Official: Martin, Stephen

Coventry City FC (First Team) v Millwall FC (First Team)
Football League Championship    
Referee: Salisbury, Michael
Assistant Referee: Jones, Mark
Assistant Referee: Smith, Wade
Fourth Official: Langford, Oliver

Derby County FC (First Team) v Sheffield Wednesday FC (First Team)
Football League Championship    
Referee: Dean, Michael
Assistant Referee: Hussin, Ian
Assistant Referee: Robathan, Daniel
Fourth Official: Simpson, Jeremy

MIDDLESBROUGH (First Team) v Wycombe Wanderers FC (First Team)
Football League Championship    
Referee: Atkinson, Martin
Assistant Referee: West, Richard
Assistant Referee: Jones, Matthew
Fourth Official: Boyeson, Carl

Nottingham Forest F.C. (First Team) v Preston North End FC (First Team)
Football League Championship    
Referee: Bond, Darren
Assistant Referee: Hyde, Robert
Assistant Referee: Byrne, George
Fourth Official: Joyce, Ross

Queens Park Rangers FC (First Team) v Luton Town (First Team)
Football League Championship    
Referee: Harrington, Tony
Assistant Referee: Pottage, Mark
Assistant Referee: Hudson, Shaun
Fourth Official: Whitestone, Dean

Reading FC (First Team) v Huddersfield Town FC (First Team)
Football League Championship    
Referee: Gillett, Jarred
Assistant Referee: Hodskinson, Paul
Assistant Referee: Dermott, Philip
Fourth Official: Ward, Gavin

Watford FC (First Team) v Swansea City FC (First Team)
Football League Championship    
Referee: Eltringham, Geoff
Assistant Referee: Merchant, Robert
Assistant Referee: Russell, Mark
Fourth Official: Woolmer, Andy

Just noticed Graham Scott, Premier League official, is in charge of Cardiff v Rotherham. Hope he has a good game.

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Re: Final League Matches Sat 8th May 2021
« Reply #3 on: Tue 04 May 2021 16:45 »
I understand why they've gone to SG1, but I think it's a shame that after SG2 looking after the vast majority of big matches in the Championship this season, the biggest match goes to a referee who hasn't done a single Championship fixture this season before this weekend.  Scott with the other match is better as he has at least had his fair share of Championship matches.
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Re: Final League Matches Sat 8th May 2021
« Reply #4 on: Tue 04 May 2021 17:45 »
No surprise to see the Wirral card shark on the relegation clash. Lets hope hes in a good mood  ;D

It won't be a relegation clash if Rotherham win tonight, it will be pretty much a dead rubber.
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Re: Final League Matches Sat 8th May 2021
« Reply #5 on: Tue 04 May 2021 18:22 »
No surprise to see the Wirral card shark on the relegation clash. Lets hope hes in a good mood  ;D

It won't be a relegation clash if Rotherham win tonight, it will be pretty much a dead rubber.
If rotherham win tonight, big if on present form, and lose heavily at cardiff on sunday ( shd be saturday )
then it could be a three way shoot out, that would make life interesting.
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Re: Final League Matches Sat 8th May 2021
« Reply #6 on: Tue 04 May 2021 19:43 »
Mike Dean was also in charge of the relegation shoot out in the Championship in May 2010 at Hillsborough when Crystal Palace drew 2-2 and sent  Sheffield Wednesday down to L1. The game was live on the Beeb and I couldn't bear to watch much of it! 

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« Reply #7 on: Tue 04 May 2021 19:47 »
Yes, I remember that well.  You know it won't be your day when your centre forward equalises then dislocates his toe when kicking the advertising hoardings in celebration and has to go off, if anything summed up Wednesday's season in a nutshell that was it ...  ::)

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Re: Final League Matches Sat 8th May 2021
« Reply #8 on: Tue 04 May 2021 19:53 »
No surprise to see the Wirral card shark on the relegation clash. Lets hope hes in a good mood  ;D

It won't be a relegation clash if Rotherham win tonight, it will be pretty much a dead rubber.
If rotherham win tonight, big if on present form, and lose heavily at cardiff on sunday then it could be a three way shoot out, that would make life interesting.

They would have to lose very heavily on that final day.  They already have a 5 goal advantage on Wednesday and 6 on Derby, but they have also scored more so essentially that means it is a 6 and 7 goal lead.  Win tonight and that becomes 7 and 8, and I can't remember a situation where a 7 or 8 goal difference swing has happened on the last game of the season.  Added to that Derby and Wednesday's forwards are incapable of hitting a cow's arse with a banjo and are amongst the lowest scorers in the division, 3 points tonight for Rovrum means it is all over unfortunately.

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Re: Final League Matches Sat 8th May 2021
« Reply #9 on: Tue 04 May 2021 20:00 »
No surprise to see the Wirral card shark on the relegation clash. Lets hope hes in a good mood  ;D

It won't be a relegation clash if Rotherham win tonight, it will be pretty much a dead rubber.
If rotherham win tonight, big if on present form, and lose heavily at cardiff on sunday then it could be a three way shoot out, that would make life interesting.

They would have to lose very heavily on that final day.  They already have a 5 goal advantage on Wednesday and 6 on Derby, but they have also scored more so essentially that means it is a 6 and 7 goal lead.  Win tonight and that becomes 7 and 8, and I can't remember a situation where a 7 or 8 goal difference swing has happened on the last game of the season.  Added to that Derby and Wednesday's forwards are incapable of hitting a cow's arse with a banjo and are amongst the lowest scorers in the division, 3 points tonight for Rovrum means it is all over unfortunately.

Am I missing something here? If Rotherham win tonight they will go level with Derby on 43 points. So Derby v Sheff Wed will still be a massive game on Saturday. Derby would need to better Rotherham's result to stay up regardless of goal difference?

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Re: Final League Matches Sat 8th May 2021
« Reply #10 on: Tue 04 May 2021 20:08 »
No surprise to see the Wirral card shark on the relegation clash. Lets hope hes in a good mood  ;D

It won't be a relegation clash if Rotherham win tonight, it will be pretty much a dead rubber.
If rotherham win tonight, big if on present form, and lose heavily at cardiff on sunday then it could be a three way shoot out, that would make life interesting.

They would have to lose very heavily on that final day.  They already have a 5 goal advantage on Wednesday and 6 on Derby, but they have also scored more so essentially that means it is a 6 and 7 goal lead.  Win tonight and that becomes 7 and 8, and I can't remember a situation where a 7 or 8 goal difference swing has happened on the last game of the season.  Added to that Derby and Wednesday's forwards are incapable of hitting a cow's arse with a banjo and are amongst the lowest scorers in the division, 3 points tonight for Rovrum means it is all over unfortunately.

Am I missing something here? If Rotherham win tonight they will go level with Derby on 43 points. So Derby v Sheff Wed will still be a massive game on Saturday. Derby would need to better Rotherham's result to stay up regardless of goal difference?

If Rotherham win, they are effectively safe as both Derby and Sheffield Wednesday can't overtake them as they are playing each other!

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Re: Final League Matches Sat 8th May 2021
« Reply #11 on: Tue 04 May 2021 20:10 »
No surprise to see the Wirral card shark on the relegation clash. Lets hope hes in a good mood  ;D

It won't be a relegation clash if Rotherham win tonight, it will be pretty much a dead rubber.
If rotherham win tonight, big if on present form, and lose heavily at cardiff on sunday then it could be a three way shoot out, that would make life interesting.

They would have to lose very heavily on that final day.  They already have a 5 goal advantage on Wednesday and 6 on Derby, but they have also scored more so essentially that means it is a 6 and 7 goal lead.  Win tonight and that becomes 7 and 8, and I can't remember a situation where a 7 or 8 goal difference swing has happened on the last game of the season.  Added to that Derby and Wednesday's forwards are incapable of hitting a cow's arse with a banjo and are amongst the lowest scorers in the division, 3 points tonight for Rovrum means it is all over unfortunately.

Am I missing something here? If Rotherham win tonight they will go level with Derby on 43 points. So Derby v Sheff Wed will still be a massive game on Saturday. Derby would need to better Rotherham's result to stay up regardless of goal difference?

If Rotherham win, they are effectively safe as both Derby and Sheffield Wednesday can't overtake them as they are playing each other!

But they aren't though. They will be fourth bottom and above Derby on goal difference only. So if Derby better Rotherham's result on Saturday Rotherham will go down.

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Re: Final League Matches Sat 8th May 2021
« Reply #12 on: Tue 04 May 2021 21:14 »
Rotherham have to finish above both Derby and Sheffield Wednesday so must now win on the final day and hope Derby don't

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Re: Final League Matches Sat 8th May 2021
« Reply #13 on: Tue 04 May 2021 22:15 »
No surprise to see the Wirral card shark on the relegation clash. Lets hope hes in a good mood  ;D

It won't be a relegation clash if Rotherham win tonight, it will be pretty much a dead rubber.
If rotherham win tonight, big if on present form, and lose heavily at cardiff on sunday then it could be a three way shoot out, that would make life interesting.

They would have to lose very heavily on that final day.  They already have a 5 goal advantage on Wednesday and 6 on Derby, but they have also scored more so essentially that means it is a 6 and 7 goal lead.  Win tonight and that becomes 7 and 8, and I can't remember a situation where a 7 or 8 goal difference swing has happened on the last game of the season.  Added to that Derby and Wednesday's forwards are incapable of hitting a cow's arse with a banjo and are amongst the lowest scorers in the division, 3 points tonight for Rovrum means it is all over unfortunately.

Am I missing something here? If Rotherham win tonight they will go level with Derby on 43 points. So Derby v Sheff Wed will still be a massive game on Saturday. Derby would need to better Rotherham's result to stay up regardless of goal difference?

If Rotherham win, they are effectively safe as both Derby and Sheffield Wednesday can't overtake them as they are playing each other!

But they aren't though. They will be fourth bottom and above Derby on goal difference only. So if Derby better Rotherham's result on Saturday Rotherham will go down.

Sorry, you're right. I'd misread the points.

Anyway, they didn't win at Luton, so it's a bit clearer now.

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Re: Final League Matches Sat 8th May 2021
« Reply #14 on: Tue 04 May 2021 22:28 »
No surprise to see the Wirral card shark on the relegation clash. Lets hope hes in a good mood  ;D

It won't be a relegation clash if Rotherham win tonight, it will be pretty much a dead rubber.
If rotherham win tonight, big if on present form, and lose heavily at cardiff on sunday then it could be a three way shoot out, that would make life interesting.

They would have to lose very heavily on that final day.  They already have a 5 goal advantage on Wednesday and 6 on Derby, but they have also scored more so essentially that means it is a 6 and 7 goal lead.  Win tonight and that becomes 7 and 8, and I can't remember a situation where a 7 or 8 goal difference swing has happened on the last game of the season.  Added to that Derby and Wednesday's forwards are incapable of hitting a cow's arse with a banjo and are amongst the lowest scorers in the division, 3 points tonight for Rovrum means it is all over unfortunately.

Am I missing something here? If Rotherham win tonight they will go level with Derby on 43 points. So Derby v Sheff Wed will still be a massive game on Saturday. Derby would need to better Rotherham's result to stay up regardless of goal difference?

If Rotherham win, they are effectively safe as both Derby and Sheffield Wednesday can't overtake them as they are playing each other!

But they aren't though. They will be fourth bottom and above Derby on goal difference only. So if Derby better Rotherham's result on Saturday Rotherham will go down.

Sorry, you're right. I'd misread the points.

Anyway, they didn't win at Luton, so it's a bit clearer now.
Just need a rotherham win and a draw at derby or a sheff weds win to save rotherham.
A loss or draw for rotherham means sheff weds only need a single goal victory to save themselves.