Championship Roundup: Bournemouth wins five championship over Bookie Norwich

In his 100th appearance, Team Buki scored his 50th goal for the championship Norwich A 2-1 win Blackburn.

Finn was the difference between the sides, Norwich dominated them in the first half with a medical finish, and he also attacked the woodwork. Rovers equalized with a special Harvey Elliott goal in the 65th minute shortly before the bookie restored Norwich’s advantage.

It was tough on Blackburn, who was in the middle of hitting the Norwich goal, and hit the woodwork before and after the equalizer. The Bookie winner maintained Norwich’s three-point cushion at the summit.

Bournemouth They were three points behind Norwich as they fell Huddersfield 5-0. Dominic Solanke’s double and David Brooks’ try lifted the hosts 3-0 after 21 minutes. Junior Stanislas scored a superb personal effort in the 67th minute.

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Ol And Lincoln Despite facing two defeats, it took the first two places.

Inferior Shrewsbury Leaders for the Charlie Daniels strike pulled off the shock of the day by defeating Haley 1-0. Lincoln fell 4-0 Sunderland Lee Johnson had his first league win as Black Gates boss.

In third place Portsmouth After Ryan Williams’ double win, they are now just three points ahead Ipswich, This time with a score of 2-0.

This is a good day Peterborough, Are in fourth place after winning 4-1 Rochdale. Charlton The Valley came out on top of a roller-coaster game and won AFC Wimbledon 5-2.

Without manager WiganThe second consecutive victory they climbed from the bottom of the table. Was flying above three against Latix Agrington Half an hour later, but the final whistle was won 4-3.

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Burton They are now bottom of the table after a 1-1 draw MK Dance. Doncaster The final play-off is in place for a 2-1 victory Killingham.

Nell gave Madden the 29th minute try Fleetwood 1-0 victory Swindon And their first win in four league games. Goals scored by Alfie Gilgore, Luke McCormick and Jane Westbrook Bristol Rovers 3-0 win against Plymouth When Blackpool And Oxford The score was tied at 0-0.

Creve It was too late to get a 2-1 win over the 10-man Northampton Ryan Wind caught the winner in the fourth minute of injury time.

Troy Deane scored from the penalty spot in the 85th minute Watford 1-0 victory Birmingham. The Hornets seemed to extend the unbeaten run to six games, but Christian Federson was shown a second yellow card because he was awarded a penalty and the blues fan for the rest of his life advanced to replacing Denny.

Reading He left it even after winning QPR, Michael Alice won her 19th birthday 1-0 with an 89th minute strike Brentford Advanced to the play-offs with a score of 3-1 Nottingham Forest. This season’s Henrik Tolstoy’s first goal and the late attempts of Josh da Silva and Ivan Tony – the 15th strike of his campaign – saw Forrest respond deeply to the time he was responding with through Joe Worrell.

Derby Wayne Rooney was in the top three as a careless manager extending his unbeaten run to 0-0, but advanced in points with rivals Forrest. Stoke. Meanwhile, Tony Pulis is looking for his first win Sheffield Wednesday Manager then Barnsley Hillsborough won 2-1 against the club under the league.

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Newport The top spot came after a 2-1 defeat Leighton Orient.

Cheltenham After the goal was in the equalizer, he missed the opportunity to create more ground Salford Sit three points above. Carlisle Fighting took third place with a score of 4-0 Stevenage.

Ryan Bowman scored a hat trick Exider Dropped Tranmer 5-0. Forest Green They continued their advertising drive by winning 2-0 Cambridge.

Crawley Won 4-2 Borough, Finished with 10 men at Bradfield Stadium. Grimsby And Mansfield Oldham fell to make it 1-1 at Blundell Park Bradford 3-1.

Port Vale And Colchester The score was 1-1 Ch out Hend Won 1-0 Skandorb At Roots Hall with a late goal by James Olayinka. வால்சால் The beat came from behind Bolton 2-1 on the banks ground.

Coventry Captain Liam Kelly scored two first-half goals before being ruled out due to injury as he went on to win 2-1 in seven games without conceding. Wycombe.

Middlesbrough He returned to winning ways by brushing aside Millwall 3-0, all goals come in the first 20 minutes. James Collins scored a hat trick Luton Advanced 3-0 in the first half Preston, Goals by Matt Crooks and Michael Smith were saved Rotherham 2-0 victory Bristol City.

In the opening kick-off of the day, Jamal Low scored twice Swansea Defended to the south Wales The derby boasts of a 2-0 win over Cardiff.

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Cory Weinberg covers the intersection of tech and cities. That means digging into how startups and big tech companies are trying to reshape real estate, transportation, urban planning, and travel. Previously, he reported on Bay Area housing and commercial real estate for the San Francisco Business Times. He received a "best young journalist" award from the National Association of Real Estate Editors.

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