Championship: Todd Cantwell enters the roof of the Rotherham network after being established by Teemu Pukki. It is Norwich City 1-1 Rotherham United.
Championship: Todd Cantwell enters the roof of the Rotherham network after being established by Teemu Pukki. It is Norwich City 1-1 Rotherham United. Championship: It's Blackburn 2-0 Sheffield Wednesday at Ewood Park, where Bradley Dack has just been teed up for his eighth goal for the season of Danny Graham. FA Cup: Oxford United commits his lead to Plymouth, with Cameron Brannigan scoring 53 minutes. Premier League: Raheem Sterling makes his 10th goal in seven career matches against Bournemouth, thanking the ball after Asmir Begovic failed to hold on a shot by Danilo. Manchester City's Raheem Sterling points from close range. Photographer: Phil Noble / Reuters FA Cup: Oxford United has taken the lead against Plymouth in Home Park, while Walsall has leveled against Sunderland. Andy Cook has restored parity for Saddlers. Championship: Preston goalkeeper Declan Rudd tries to control a hopy long ball from Maikel Kieftenbeld and then looks in horror when he misses it completely and it rolls in in his network. It is Birmingham 1-0 Preston at St Andrews. Championship: Benik Afobe scores with his third or fourth chance for the day to equalize for Stoke City in Reading, where the score is a goal piece. Premier League: Bruno does brilliant to keep the ball in play and get the ball into the Huddersfield penalty area. Shane Duffy scores with a high header to restore parity for his side against 10-man Huddersfield. Premier League: Callum Wilson chases the cat among the pigeons on Etihad, past Ederson to…
Championship: Todd Cantwell enters the roof of the Rotherham network after being established by Teemu Pukki. It is Norwich City 1-1 Rotherham United.
Championship: It’s Blackburn 2-0 Sheffield Wednesday at Ewood Park, where Bradley Dack has just been teed up for his eighth goal for the season of Danny Graham.
FA Cup: Oxford United commits his lead to Plymouth, with Cameron Brannigan scoring 53 minutes.
Premier League: Raheem Sterling makes his 10th goal in seven career matches against Bournemouth, thanking the ball after Asmir Begovic failed to hold on a shot by Danilo.
Manchester City’s Raheem Sterling points from close range. Photographer: Phil Noble / Reuters
FA Cup: Oxford United has taken the lead against Plymouth in Home Park, while Walsall has leveled against Sunderland. Andy Cook has restored parity for Saddlers.
Championship: Preston goalkeeper Declan Rudd tries to control a hopy long ball from Maikel Kieftenbeld and then looks in horror when he misses it completely and it rolls in in his network. It is Birmingham 1-0 Preston at St Andrews.
Championship: Benik Afobe scores with his third or fourth chance for the day to equalize for Stoke City in Reading, where the score is a goal piece.
Premier League: Bruno does brilliant to keep the ball in play and get the ball into the Huddersfield penalty area. Shane Duffy scores with a high header to restore parity for his side against 10-man Huddersfield.
Premier League: Callum Wilson chases the cat among the pigeons on Etihad, past Ederson to bring Bournemouth back on level conditions with his eighth goal for the season.
Bournemouth’s Callum Wilson leads the equalizer. Photographer: Phil Noble / Reuters
Championship: James McClean misses a good opportunity for Stoke at Reading. Right now later, Mark McNulty heads home for the hosts on the backpost to make his first move to the club since moving from Coventry City. It reads 1-0 Stoke City comes up to half-time.
Championship: On loan from Liverpool, Harry Wilson returns home his second of the day for Derby County to double the lead against Swansea City.
FA Cup: Aiden McGeady has become a target for Sunderland and makes his sixth in seven games to put them 1-0 at Walsall.
Championship: Ipswich Town is run at the bottom of the Championship with a victory in its 19 games. They are now 2-0 down to Nottingham Forest after Lewis Grabban gets his second, a lock in the afternoon.
FA Cup: Peterborough United continues on to his other League One-sides Bradford City. They may be in the same division, but Bradford is the rock bottom, while Peterborough rides high in fourth.
Red card! Huddersfield is reduced to 10 men after Steve Mounie fired by Michael Oliver for seriously nasty game. It seems to have been an extremely hard decision for a mistake on Philip Billing who was hardly worth a reservation. It remains Huddersfield 1-0 Brighton at John Smith Stadium.
Steve Mounie reacts in distrust after getting a straight red. Photo: Robbie Jay Barratt – AMA / Getty Images
Championship: It is Derby County 1-0 Swansea City, with Harry Wilson putting the website forward at Pride Park.
Championship: Call the fire service! As you may have noticed there, Will Grigg has leveled out for Wigan against Bolton Wanderers, winning and punishing the bag his first goal for eight.
Championship: QPR take a goal back to Hull City, with Pawel Wszolek halving its side’s deficit to make it 2-1.
Premier League: James Maddison makes up for last weekend’s tomfoolery, at the end of a Marc Albrighton cross to crush home a beauty.
James Maddison fills in second for Leicester City. Photo: Paul Childs / Action Images via Reuters
Championship: Another goal for Hull City at QPR, with Markus Henriksen doubling his lead.
FA Cup: League Two side Oldham Athletic Lead National League Outfit Maidstone, from whose club house BBC’s Football Focus was broadcast this lunch. Peter Clarke scored with a goal after 17 minutes at Gallagher Stadium.
Championship: More goals like Blackburn go up to Sheffield Wednesday, with Danny Graham on the scoreboard at Ewood Park. Meanwhile at Carrow Road, Rotherham has taken a surprise lead against the game run after early domination from Norwich City. Richie Towell with the goal there.
Premier League: James McArthur sends a cross, with Max Meyer watching a cert to do with a feature. He fails to contact, but the ball rolls in to the post before dumbling over the line. McArthur may be credited with a total fluke, but Palace fans will not care.
Premier League: Leroy Sane comes in after Bournemouth’s defense and shot, giving a save by Asmir Begovic. Bernardo Silva points with the follow-up.
Bernardo Silva scores after Sane shot was rescued by Begovic. Photography: Jason Cairnduff / Action Images via Reuters
Premier League: Jamie Vardy scores from the spot after being penalized. He was through on goal and woken by Ben Foster, which led the referee Graham Scott to blow his whistle.
Jamie Vardy celebrates with James Maddison. Photo: Mike Egerton / PA
Premier League: Javier Hernandez has given West Ham an early lead against Newcastle.
West Ham’s Javier Hernandez scored in eleven minutes. Photography: Lee Smith / Action Images via Reuters
Championship: Bolton opens the scoring against Wigan Athletic, with Will Buckley making the honors. Meanwhile at City Ground, Nottingham Forest has taken the lead against Ipswich Town with permission of Lewis Grabban.
FA Cup: Lincoln City moves on to Carlisle United with courtesy of the thorny striker Matthew Rhead’s strike in the opening minutes.
Championship: Hull City moves on to QPR on Loftus Road, with Jarrod Bowen dumbing at the bottom.
Championship: Ben Fisher was on Guardian Bramall Lane and saw Pablo Hernandez take advantage of a goalkeeper error to shoot Leeds top in the championship.
Premier League: Huddersfield has only taken 54 seconds to open the score against Brighton, with Matthias Jorgensen making the honors after using a bad Bruno clearance.
Huddersfield Town’s Mathias Jorgensen leads home in the first minute. Photo: Ed Sykes / Action Images via Reuters
FA Cup: AFC Wimbledon has booked its place in the FA Cup third round, after signing the National League side Halifax at the Shay Stadium.
Bournemouth: Andrew Surman, Lewis Cook and Tyrone Mings get into side with Dan Gosling, David Brooks and the suspended Jefferson Lerma makes the way.
Manchester City: Sergio Aguero is not in Manchester City’s match day match, while David Silva is rested but on the bench just in the case. Danilo comes in for Kyle Walker, while Nicolas Otamendi is in for John Stones. Riyad Mahrez is also out, with Bernardo Silva, Ilkay Gundogan and Gabriel Kesus starting.
Brighton: Glenn Murray is a substitute for Huddersfield. Yves Bissouma, Florin Andone and Solly March start everything.
Huddersfield: A change, with Mathias Jorgensen replacing Tommy Smith in defense.
Leicester City: Jamie Vardy begins in Claude Puel’s team and Shinji Okazaki makes the way. Wilfred Ndidi is in for Vicente Iborra in the midfield.
Watford: Jose Holebas returns to the left-back, with Adam Masina making the way. Troy Deeney falls to the bench and Isaac Success gets his neck forward.
Burnley: Johann Berg Gudmundsson is back from his sick bed and replaces Robbie Brady. Sam Vokes makes way for Jeff Hendrick.
Crystal Palace: Roy Hodgson is an unchanged page that rely on the players who scored a point in Old Trafford last weekend.
West Ham: Creative changes, with Aaron Cresswell, Robert Snodgrass, Mark Noble and Javier Hernandez, starting.
Newcastle: Javier Manquillo replaces Ciaran Clark in defense.
Championship Results: Sheffield United 0-1 Leeds United. Pablo Hernandez’s goal in the 82th minute was enough to give Leeds United the three points that send them to the top of the Championship table for at least a couple of hours. Norwich maintains Rotherham this afternoon and a victory on Carrow Road takes them back across Leeds.
Leicester Subs: Soyuncu, Iheanacho, Ward, Okazaki , Iborra, Diabat, Fuchs. Schmeichel, Ricardo Pereira, Morgan, Evans, Chilwell, Mendy, Ndidi, Gray, Maddison, Albrighton, Vardy. 19659138] Watford: Foster, Femenia, Mariappa, Cathcart, Holebas, Doucoure, Capoue, Hughes, Pereyra, Deulofeu, Success.
Parts: Gomes, Deeney, Masina, Sema, Chalobah, Gray, Kabasele.
Judge: Graham Scott (Oxfordshire)
In solidarity with Stonewall, Leicester City shipwright Wes Morgan will wear an elbow bracelet this afternoon. Photographer: Plumb Pictures / Leicester City via Getty Images
Crystal Palace: Hennessey, Wan Bissaka, Tomkins, Sakho, Van Aanholt, McArthur, Milivojevic, Kouyate, Meyer, Townsend, Zaha.
Parts: Ward, Sorloth, Ayew, Schlupp, Guaita, Kelly, Puncheon.
Burnley: Hart, Lowton, Long, Mee, Taylor, Lennon,
Parts: Heaton, Tarkowski, Vokes, Barnes, Brady, Westwood, Bardsley.
Judge: Lee Probert (Wiltshire)
Crystal Palace mascot Kayla Eagle looks facial in front of her pre-match swooping and cross-bar perching. Photo: Julian Finney / Getty Images
Championship: Pablo Hernandez has put Leeds ahead 82 minutes in his team’s opposition to Sheffield United and slammed into a blank net after Jack Clarke had used an unfortunate attempt to clear off blades goalkeeper dean henderson. It’s six minutes to go and Leeds is about to win his first match at Bramall Lane for 26 years. You can follow the rest of that with Scott Murray …
Subs: Clark, Lascelles, Shelvey, Joselu, Atsu, Shakespeare, Shelvey, Joselu, Atsu,
Parts: Carroll, Adrian, Obiang, Wilshere, Ogbonna, Masuaku, Lucas Perez.
Judge: Paul Tierney (Lancashire)
Man City: Ederson, Danilo, Otamendi , Laporte, Zinchenko,
Bernardo Silva, Fernandinho, Gundogan, Sterling, Gabriel Jesus, Sane.
Parts: Walker, Kompany, Delph, Silva, Mahrez, The foot, Muric.
AFC Bournemouth: Begovic, Francis, Steve Cook, Ake, Mings,
Daniels, King, Surman, Lewis Cook, Fraser, Wilson.
Parts: Boruc, Gosling, Mousset, Defoe, Stanislas, Brooks, Rico.
Judge: Stuart Attwell (Warwickshire)
Pep Guardiola squeezes the meat as he enters the Etihad Stadium. Photo: Tom Flathers / Man City via Getty Images
Huddersfield: Lossl, Jorgensen, Schindler, Kongolo,
Hadergjonaj, Mooy, Hogg, Billing Smith, Kachunga, Hammer, Sobhi, Mbenza, Williams, Depoitre.
Brighton: Ryan, Saltor, Duffy, Dunk, Bernardo, Propper, Bissouma. , March, Gross, Izquierdo, Andone.
Parts: Bong, Kayal, Locadia, Knockaert, Balogun, Murray, Steele.
Judge: Michael Oliver (Northumberland)
Huddersfield Town Goalkeeper Jonas Lössl will add his rainbow meters through several kickouts to raise awareness of the Stonewall LGBT campaign today. Photo: John Early / Getty Images
FA Cup: AFC Wimbledon led Halifax at Shay Stadium, with the permission of Ben Purrington’s strike just before half-time. It is 1-0 for the visitors with 20 minutes left on the clock. AFC Wimbledon ” src=”https://i.guim.co.uk/img/media/c355f5d2e35d2ad304ba45150c1fcf73fc3a8ea3/0_42_2137_1282/master/2137.jpg?width=300&quality=85&auto=format&fit=max&s=5d94e741ed63751f2054d1b4399a91b1″/>
In other executive news, Wrexham has banned his boss, Sam Ricketts, from attending the club’s Welsh FA Cup second round match against Newport County tonight. Ricketts has been strongly linked to a move to Shrewsbury Town and a local radio station in Shropshire suggests that former Wales international will leave the National League side and his current employer has told him to stay away from tonight’s massive game.
Wrexham’s manager Sam Ricketts (center) has been ordered to stay away from his team’s massive cuplink against Newport County tonight after speculating that he will be Shrewsbury boss. Photo: Alun Roberts
Joe Dunne has been dismissed from his position as head of Cambridge United after just seven months of charge the club has announced. The two matches have only won five of their 20 league games this season and are only three points away from the bottom.
“It’s never easy to share business with a head coach – especially someone who has played a number of significant roles at the club for several years and for which everyone in Cambridge has great affection and respect,” says club boss of football, Graham Daniels .
“However, the results have dictated the need for change. We believe we have talent in this squad to stay further in the table. While the team has shown its ability in stains during the season, we have struggled to find consistency. As a result the board came to the conclusion that the team would benefit from a change of leadership. “
Assistant coach Mark Bonner will supervise first law stores when recruiting Dunnes successor begins.
There are only three top flight lanterns in Scotland this afternoon, Kilmarnock’s match against Hibs is probably the most high-profile game, what Rangers do not play until tomorrow, while Celtic and Aberdeen are slated to compete in tomorrow’s finals in the Scottish League Cup.
Halifax Town and AFC Wimbledon kicked off at The Shay at 12.30, with the National League club trying to book a seat in hat for a potentially glamorous money-winning third round against a Premier League side.
Today’s FA Cup second rounds Photographer: Guardian
Sheffield United takes on Leeds in today’s early kick at Bramall Lane, a game that you can follow with Scott Murray’s minute -in minute report. There is currently no point because Leeds tries to win the points that would see them run Norwich and go to the top of the table for a couple of hours at least.
Sheffield United could and probably should have had two players sent in a sometimes urgent first half, but retained her full complement of players when the second half shuts off.
Today’s Championship fixtures Photographer: Guardian
Well, it started last night in Wales, where Junior Hoilett’s amazing winner capped a good come back from victory for Cardiff City over the wolves. The weekend continues here, with six Premier League games, lots of Championship action and some hot, sweaty FA Cup second round set-tos. We keep you updated on today’s Scottish Premier League game, so keep up to date with newsagents, build up before today’s 3rd kick-offs.