But there will be a three-way tie between the other relegation battlers. Sunderland, Norwich and Newcastle all are predicted to end up on 33 points, with goal difference saving the Black Cats. Champions Chelsea, meanwhile, wind up in 10th. So there you go – that’s the last few months of the season ruined for you!
Neil Warnock’s Rotherham came from 3-0 down to draw 3-3 with Derby While Burnley were busy going seven points clear at the top of the Championship, miraculous comebacks and sublime goals were taking centre stage in the Football League. Here are five things you may have missed from Saturday’s action… A late finish for Exeter
Chesterfield have extended Cardiff defender Declan John’s loan stay until the end of the campaign. John, 20, who joined the Spireites on a month-long loan deal in February, will stay at the Proact Stadium until May 8.
The Welshman has played five times for Danny Wilson’s side in the last month, while his only appearance
It was an entertaining weekend of quarter-finals with Arsenal and Chelsea dumped out at the hands of Watford and Everton respectively, while Crystal Palace knocked out the last Championship representatives Reading and Manchester United took West Ham to a replay. Click through the gallery above to see who makes our team of the weekend.
Hull pair Robert Snodgrass and Nick Powell are major doubts for the home game against MK Dons. Both Snodgrass and Powell are struggling with unspecified knocks, while midfielder Shaun Maloney is sidelined with an ankle problem.
Ryan Taylor (toe) will play no part while boss Steve Bruce is expected to make wholesale changes as he
Manchester United have lost their past three away games in Europe. Manchester United were “shambolic” and had no plan during their 2-0 Europa League defeat at Liverpool, says former United midfielder Paul Scholes. Daniel Sturridge and Roberto Firmino scored, with only keeper David de Gea preventing a heavier first-leg loss. Scholes, who made 718 appearances
The under-pressure 54-year-old has been on the brink of losing his job since Saturday’s damaging 3-1 defeat to Bournemouth. The result left the Magpies 19th in the table and with just 10 games to save their Premier League future.
Image caption BBC reporter and wheelchair user Joshua Gardner found even Huddersfield Town FC, considered to be a good ground for wheelchair users, had a steep slope and uncovered seating Many football league clubs in Yorkshire and Lincolnshire “provide insufficiently” for wheelchair users, the BBC has found. Non-compulsory guidelines on how clubs should cater for