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Norwich fans focused their anger on manager Chris Hughton as they fell to a fifth successive away defeat, despite staging an improbable late comeback at Southampton.
Fulham’s bid for Premier League survival received a timely boost with a 1-0 victory over Newcastle, whose banned manager Alan Pardew watched on helplessly from a west London hotel.
West Brom pushed themselves clear of the relegation zone by coming from behind to steal a 2-1 win at Swansea City.
Wales’ two-year reign as RBS 6 Nations champions reached its conclusion in Cardiff – but not before they went on a record-breaking 51-3 rampage against hapless Scotland.
Richie Mathers grabbed four tries as Wakefield continued their good Super League form by thumping London Broncos 50-22 in the capital.
Russell Slade was at a loss to understand how Leyton Orient had failed to get something out of their 1-0 home defeat to Brentford.
• Pictures: the best images from Saturday’s Premier League gamesStoke City bounced back from conceding early on to see off West Ham United 3-1 at the Britannia Stadium.Andy …
Striker Jordan Rhodes returned to haunt Huddersfield with a hat-trick to help to end Blackburn’s three-match losing run with a 4-2 victory at the John Smith’s Stadium.
Charlton are journeying into the unknown having this week dispensed with the services of their hugely popular manager Chris Powell. New head coach José Riga knows he needs results …
Dimitrios Konstantopoulos prevented Bournemouth from claiming their fourth successive win with two outstanding second-half saves as Middlesbrough held the Cherries to a 0-0 draw in the Sky Bet Championship.
The Cottagers came out on top in a nervy game at Craven Cottage, kickstarting their attempts to escape relegation
Southampton 4 Norwich City 2: Chris Hughton’s side fall to a fifth successive away defeat, despite staging an improbable late comeback at St Mary’s
Two goals from winger Will Buckley saw Brighton continue their charge towards the Sky Bet Championship play-offs with an accomplished 2-0 win at Bolton.
•Pictures: the best images from Saturday’s Premier League gamesThe bright, balmy spring sunshine that warmed Wearside last week had given way to slate grey cloud and a pronounced …
Fulham 1 Newcastle United 0: Ashkan Dejagah strikes eight minutes after coming on as a second-half substitute to give Felix Magath his first win as Fulham boss
Sunderland 0 Crystal Palace 0: crossbar denies Fabio Borini a priceless winner as Sunderland are held to a costly draw
Watford brushed aside the tame challenge of relegation-threatened Barnsley to breeze to a 3-0 win – their fifth consecutive home league victory without conceding a goal.
Partick boosted their chances of remaining in the Scottish Premiership next season, as they collected only their second home win of the campiagn with a 3-1 victory over Hibs.
• Pictures: the best images from Saturday’s Premier League games It threatened to be a miserable day for Rickie Lambert. With Roy Hodgson in the stands weighing up his …