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|Bet:||Returns:||Reading £100.00||Draw£11.30||Blackburn £130.00|
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|Bet:||Returns:||Reading £23.50||Draw£31.50||Blackburn £29.00|
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Since the current play-off format was introduced in 1988-89, the team finishing third (Norwich this season) in the second tier has been promoted most often (nine times), while the team finish fourth (Middlesbrough this season) has been promoted on the joint-fewest occasions (five times).
Middlesbrough: Konstantopoulos; Whitehead, Ayala, Gibson, Friend; Adomah, Leadbitter, Clayton; Tomlin, Vossen, Bamford. Subs: Ripley, Woodgate, Foresaw, Reach, Amorebieta, Nsue, Kike.
Norwich: Ruddy; Whittaker, Martin, Bassong, Olsson; Redmond, Howson, Tettey, Johnson; Hoolahan; Jerome. Subs: Rudd, Grabban, Hooper, E. Bennett, R. Bennett, O’Neil, Dorrans.
Our man at Wembley Jay Jaffa on the atmosphere ahead of the Championship play-off final:
"I might be sitting closer to the Middlesbrough fans than the Norwich lot but the Teesiders are noticeably louder and vibrant as we approach kick-off at Wembley for the Championship play-off final. In fact, it's deafening. Visually the stadium looks stunning, too; a sea of yellow to my left, red and white to my right. The prize for promotion? Estimated at a cool £130 million..."
Leicester City's unlikely bid to beat the drop started at West Ham the week before but Jamie Vardy's late winner against West Brom kept the wheels in motion. Darren Fletcher and Gary Gardner gave the Baggies an early 2-1 lead but Robert Huth levelled matters with 10 minutes to go. Then, as the game entered stoppage time, Vardy slotted home to spark wild scenes in the away end.
Terry: The PL's best ever defender
The 34-year-old's sheer quality long ago earned him a place among the pantheon of greats but it is his longevity that is putting the Chelsea captain in a class of his own
Premier League Worst Team of the Season
Three Liverpool players feature in Goal's worst XI of the season, while there are also spots for high-profile stars from Manchester United and Arsenal
Mark Halsey's Premier League ref review
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The Real Madrid star netted a hat-trick against Getafe, after the Barcelona man had bagged a double in a 2-2 draw with Deportivo