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ENGLISH LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP

2017/2018 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
22 Barnsley 8 14 22 38
23 Burton 9 11 24 38
24 Sunderland 6 16 22 34
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Fulham set to stick with winning formula as they eye second spot

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Fulham boss Slavisa Jokanovic is unlikely to make wholesale changes as he attempts to guide his side into second place in the Sky Bet Championship with victory over Sunderland on Friday night.

Jokanovic has named the same side for the last three games, which have yielded victories over Reading and Millwall and a home draw with Brentford to extend the club's unbeaten run to 22 league matches.

Striker Floyd Ayite has missed those three games with a hamstring injury, as has on-loan Liverpool frontman...

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Wolverhampton Wanderers secure Championship title as Sunderland relegated

Cardiff City overcame a challenge from Nottingham Forest to move ahead of Fulham in the race for Premier League promotion.
Wolves players celebrate Barry Douglas' goal during their Championship game against Bolton.
Wolves will finish top of the Championship.

Wolverhampton Wanderers secured the Championship title with a 4-0 victory over relegation-threatened Bolton Wanderers at the Macron Stadium on a day when Sunderland were relegated.

Needing one point from their final three matches to be crowned champions, Wolves got the job done courtesy of goals from Barry Douglas, Benik Afobe and Diogo Jota in addition to a Conor Coady penalty.

Wolves, already promoted, are on 98 points with games against Sheffield Wednesday and Sunderland still to come.

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Burton's late double means Sunderland are relegated

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Sunderland have been relegated to the third tier of English football for only the second time in the club's history after losing a dramatic relegation battle with Burton 2-1.

Paddy McNair gave the Black Cats the lead 11 minutes before the break - but two goals in the last four minutes relegated the Black Cats and moved Burton to within two points of safety.

Former Sunderland striker Darren Bent came off the bench and headed in the equaliser, before Liam Boyce nodded the winner deep into added-time.

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League One looming for Sunderland after they lose lead at Reading

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Sunderland edged another step closer to a second successive relegation as they squandered a 2-1 lead in their 2-2 Championship draw at fellow strugglers Reading.

Reading went in front in the 20th minute, when Liam Kelly lashed in a penalty after Jon Dadi Bodvarsson had been fouled in the area.

Sunderland controlled much of the first half, with Ashley Fletcher unlucky to hit a post, but they struck twice after the break.

Paddy McNair levelled it with a long-range screamer soon after the interval and...

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Sunderland bid to bar Newcastle fans from Stadium of Light as relegation looms

Sunderland are in severe danger of relegation to League One.

Sunderland have introduced measures to stop fans of local rivals Newcastle from gaining access to the Stadium of Light as they teeter on the brink of relegation to League One.

With Sunderland six points adrift of safety and only four games left, reports said club officials were concerned that Newcastle fans will attend their remaining home games to cheer on their opponents.

Newcastle do not play on the dates of either of Sunderland's remaining home matches, against Burton and Wolves.

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