Manchester City v Stoke, Crystal Palace v Chelsea and more: clockwatch – live!

Cardiff’s defeat to Birmingham on Friday means Sheffield United can move top of the Championship with a handsome win over Ipswich. Leeds can close the gap too against struggling Reading, while Preston go to Fulham. At the bottom, Bolton are still chasing their first win, while Sunderland haven’t won at home since last year. Hoo boy. They take on Sheffield Wednesday and QPR respectively.

3pm fixtures
Barnsley v Middlesbrough
Bolton v Sheffield Wednesday
Brentford v Millwall
Fulham v Preston
Leeds United v Reading
Norwich City v Hull City
Sheffield United v Ipswich Town
Sunderland v QPR

Club football’s tractor beam is rarely weakened one iota by an international break, but Europe’s best and brightest will have to go some to outshine this week’s World Cup drama.

Liverpool and United are off to a so-so start, but stepping up next in the Premier League are the hitherto irrepressible Manchester City, at home to Stoke. Spurs are still seeking a first league win at Wembley as they take on Bournemouth, while Chelsea will look to pile misery upon hurt upon woe at Crystal Palace.

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Premier League, Football League and European football updatesLive scores: follow all of today’s games | Get notifications to your phoneAnd you can email Niall or tweet @niallmcveigh 2.42am BST Cardiff’s defeat to Birmingham on Friday means Sheffield United can move top of the Championship with a handsome win over Ipswich. Leeds can close the gap too against struggling Reading, while Preston go to Fulham. At the bottom, Bolton are still chasing their first win, while Sunderland haven’t won at home since last year. Hoo boy. They take on Sheffield Wednesday and QPR respectively.3pm fixturesBarnsley v MiddlesbroughBolton v Sheffield WednesdayBrentford v MillwallFulham v PrestonLeeds United v ReadingNorwich City v Hull CitySheffield United v Ipswich TownSunderland v QPR 12.51am BST Club football’s tractor beam is rarely weakened one iota by an international break, but Europe’s best and brightest will have to go some to outshine this week’s World Cup drama.Liverpool and United are off to a so-so start, but stepping up next in the Premier League are the hitherto irrepressible Manchester City, at home to Stoke. Spurs are still seeking a first league win at Wembley as they take on Bournemouth, while Chelsea will look to pile misery upon hurt upon woe at Crystal Palace. Continue reading…

https://www.theguardian.com/football/live/2017/oct/14/manchester-city-v-stoke-crystal-palace-v-chelsea-and-more-clockwatch-live

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