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Monday, 18 June 2012

IBM promises ace analytics for Wimbledon fans - computing.co.uk

IBM promises ace analytics for Wimbledon fans - computing.co.uk

At a time when businesses are increasingly trying to understand how to exploit big data, and the structured information repositories they maintain, IBM has revealed the analytics technologies it will employ at the Wimbledon Tennis Championship later this month.

The All England Club, which runs the tournament, has built a new website with IBM, which uses IBM's SmartCloud infrastructure to scale to meet the spikes in demand from fans.

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This cloud is comprised of a fleet of dispersed IBM servers and storage in three locations, which are virtualised as one.

The new site features an interactive scoreboard, which IBM calls SlamTracker, which uses the sort of predictive analytics more commonly seen in enterprise systems.

This uses both historical and real-time data in an attempt to add depth and insight for viewers, including an assessment of the top three things a player must do in order to perform well in a specific match.

This is similar technology to that employed by many businesses when analysing large volumes of data in order to determine their optimal strategy.

The 2012 Wimbledon Championships, which begin on 25 June, will also include a feature IBM calls SecondSight, which will track player movement, and performance changes over each set.

The system is designed to provide data that could help players, coaches, commentators and fans is assessing and monitoring competitors' technique and performance.

"This year a completely new website takes the understanding and insight into the Wimbledon Championships to a whole new level," said Alan Flack, IBM's programme executive for Wimbledon.

"Using the power of cloud computing each individual data point is integrated instantaneously to deliver a powerful experience for fans, players, coaches and officials alike."


Source: www.computing.co.uk

Hornets provide opening test for Eagles - News Shopper

Hornets provide opening test for Eagles

CRYSTAL Palace will start the 2012-13 campaign at home to Watford on August 18.

The Eagles then face back-to-back games on the road at Bristol City (August 21) and Middlesbrough (August 25) before returning to Selhurst to face Sheffield Wednesday on September 1 ahead of the international break.

With Charlton and Millwall both in the second tier, next season will provide four south east London derby dates for Dougie Freedman’s side.

First up is a trip to The Valley on September 15, with the return fixture taking place in SE25 on February 2.

Palace are at home to Millwall on October 20 and visit The Den on April 13.

Boxing Day will require a trip to south Wales to take on Cardiff City, with other festive games against Nottingham Forest (a) on December 29 and Wolves (h) on New Year’s Day.

The Eagles complete the Championship season on May 4 at home to Peterborough.

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Source: www.newsshopper.co.uk

David Nalbandian: Fined over incident at Queen's - Sporting Life

David Nalbandian has been fined the maximum penalty of 10,000 euros (£8,000) for kicking an advertising hoarding into a line judge's leg at Queen's on Sunday, the ATP have confirmed.

Nalbandian was disqualified from the final of the AEGON Championships at Queen's Club when he lashed out at the hoarding which subsequently struck Andrew McDougall.

The Argentinian's £36,500 prize money was taken off him and the ATP revealed on Monday that after the match they issued him with the maximum fine of 10,000 euros for unsportsmanlike conduct.

An ATP spokeswoman said: "Nalbandian automatically forfeited his prize money and ranking points due to his conduct default.

"A maximum 10,000 euro (£8,000) fine also was issued onsite by the ATP supervisor for unsportsmanlike conduct."

The confirmation of the fine is another blow in what has been a difficult 24 hours for the 2002 Wimbledon finalist.

Police confirmed on Monday that they are investigating a complaint of alleged assault against Nalbandian after the injury to McDougall.

A Scotland Yard spokesman said: "We are aware of an incident at the AEGON Championships on June 17.

"A complaint has been made and the Metropolitan Police Service is now investigating.

"The allegation is of assault."

The ATP insist Nalbandian will not be suspended for the incident and the player himself is determined to play on as normal, with his main priority being a long run at Wimbledon.

The player's reprsentative Bernado Ballero said: "I can confirm to you that David's thoughts are about playing at Wimbledon."

Nalbandian apologised to McDougall immediately after kicking the hoarding and the crowd sided with the player, chanting "play on" after the match was handed to opponent Marin Cilic.

The former world number three hopes to return to Queen's next summer despite the incident.

"This incident doesn't mean that I'm not going to come back," Nalbandian said.

"It doesn't matter. I really feel good at this tournament.

"The tournament director is great to me and I like it.

"This is a bad situation for everybody and I really apologise for that but it doesn't mean anything to next year."

Nalbandian, who was fined £5,400 for throwing water at a staff member at the Australian Open in January, issued a statement apologising for his actions last night.

It read: "I am sorry and I regret the kick that unintentionally hurt the line judge.

"I never intended to hit him, it was an unfortunate reaction in which I wanted to relieve the loss of a point.

"I had the opportunity to apologise personally with the line judge for this regrettable event."


Source: www.sportinglife.com

Palace start with Watford - clubcall.com

Crystal Palace, 09:24, June 18, 2012

Crystal Palace begin their 2012/13 npower Championship campaign by hosting Watford on August 18.

Trips to Bristol City and Middlesbrough follow for Dougie Freedman's side, who will be aiming to build on last season's mid-table finish.
Palace visit capital rivals Charlton on September 15 before hosting Millwall on October 20 and Brighton on December 1.
The Addicks visit Selhurst Park on February, with Palace making the return journeys to The Den and the Amex on April 13 and March 16 respectively.
Christmas will bring trips to Cardiff and Nottingham Forest on December 26 and 29 respectively while Wolves visit on New Year's Day.
The season finishes with a home time against Peterborough on May 4.

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    Source: www.clubcall.com

    Wimbledon 2012: Sportsmail picks its 10 men to watch at SW19 - Daily Mail

    By Sportsmail Reporter

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    With Wimbledon just days away, Sportsmail looks at 10 competitors in the men's pool that are sure to make it a tournament to remember.

    Rafael Nadal managed to finally beat world No 1 Novak Djokovic at the French Open, as Andy Murray searches for his first Grand Slam title in front of his home crowd.

    Man to beat: Novak Djokovic is defending his title at SW19

    Man to beat: Novak Djokovic is defending his title at SW19

    Novak Djokovic

    Djokovic gave hope to the rest that he is human by losing to Rafael Nadal at the French Open - the first time he has lost a grand slam final since dominating the men's game 18 months ago.

    One defeat does not mean his crown has slipped, though, and the Serbian very much remains the man to beat.

    Rafael Nadal

    The Spaniard finally seems to have broken the spell Djokovic has held over him for the last year and could not be in better form having again ruled the clay-court season, culminating in a record seventh French title by beating Djokovic. Wimbledon title number three looks a distinct possibility.

    Up for it? Rafael Nadal hoped to dethrone Djokovic

    Up for it? Rafael Nadal hoped to dethrone Djokovic

    Roger Federer

    For some, Federer is becoming the forgotten man of men's tennis, which is ludicrous given his record and standing as arguably the greatest player of all-time.

    Recent grand slams suggest he can no longer compete with Djokovic and Nadal - his last win was in January 2010 - but the lure of a seventh SW19 title will spur him on.

    Andy Murray

    The perennial great British hope, Murray remains a strong contender but doubts over his ability to topple Djokovic or Nadal remain.

    He was broken by the former at the Australian Open and was knocked out of the French at the quarters. In a summer of British sporting euphoria, all eyes will be on him.

    Still trying: Andy Murray is hoping to win his first Grand Slam tournament

    Still trying: Andy Murray is hoping to win his first Grand Slam tournament

    Juan Martin del Potro

    The fiery Argentinian is still to show the form that saw him threaten to make the big four a five before injury struck.

    He was unlucky to run into a belligerent Nadal at Wimbledon a year ago and, if he gets a good draw, he could go far.

    David Ferrer

    Arguably the most consistent player on the tour behind the usual suspects, the Spaniard accounted for Murray in France and is a solid player in every department, even if grass is not his preferred surface.

    Permanence of class: Roger Federer is vying to win his seventh Wimbledon crown

    Permanence of class: Roger Federer is vying to win his seventh Wimbledon crown

    Bernard Tomic

    Australia's heir to Lleyton Hewitt, teenager Tomic caused quite a stir a year ago, accounting for some big names including Robin Soderling on his way to a quarter-final spot. He is unlikely to win it, but SW19 is clearly a special place for him so progress could be possible.

    Mardy Fish

    Fish's realisation of his clear talent has been one of the highlights of the last year, although his shock withdrawal from the French with a heart condition raises questions over the level of fitness he will bring to London.

    Exciting: Jo-Wilfried Tsonga has provided some scintillating tennis this season

    Exciting: Jo-Wilfried Tsonga has provided some scintillating tennis this season

    Jo-Wilfried Tsonga

    Few will forget charismatic Frenchman Tsonga's stunning come-from-behind quarter-final win over Federer last year, but to land that elusive maiden major, he needs to do it consistently.

    So far, he has not shown that he can, but he is always good value for the crowd and the tournament.

    John Isner

    The giant American has shown there is more to his game than big serving and durability, and the grass will suit him.

    A good draw could see him finally go deep into a tournament.


    Source: www.dailymail.co.uk

    'I was furious - there was just no notice of it' (From Borehamwood Times) - Borehamwood & Elstree Times

    Anger over Arriva changes to 550 bus service

    Bus users have hit out at Arriva for making changes to a route through Watford.

    Alterations to the route of the 550 Arriva service came into place on Sunday, leaving many passengers angry and confused.

    The bus journey, which used to connect Hemel Hempstead, Kings Langley, Watford, Elstree and Borehamwood, has been shortened and parts of the service have been made less frequent.

    11-year-old James Gordon was unable to get to school on Monday as his morning bus had been rerouted cutting out Borehamwood.

    His mother Helen Gordon has claimed that they were given no warning that he would not be able to use the service to travel into school.

    She said: “There was just no notice of it – that is what I am really cross about.

    “They said it was on their website but how often do you go and check the website?

    “It should have been on the boards or something.

    “We were in a complete panic – how were we going to get him to school?

    “We rely on the bus to get him to school in the morning.”

    The family have managed to find another service with a different bus company to get James to school, but Ms Gordon is still unhappy with the service they have received.

    She said: “I was furious.

    “He could have been left for there ages.

    “I am just so cross about the whole situation.”

    Ms Gordon is not the only passenger to be left stranded by the cancelled service.

    Sue Curran, 64, who lives in a retirement complex near Kings Langley station, uses the bus at least three times a week to travel to Hemel Hempstead and Watford.

    However the new timetable means that the bus will only run once an hour.

    The 64-year-old said: “I know it may seem trivial but a lot of older people do rely on that bus."

    A spokesperson from Arriva said: “The 550 service was withdrawn between Watford and Borehamwood as it had low usage.

    “We advised Hertfordshire County Council of our plans and they supported the service until June so that alternatives could be put in place.

    “From 11th June, Sullivans Buses are operating a 306 service between Watford and Tesco at Borehamwood.

    “Information was available locally and new timetables were distributed across the town, information was also available on our website and the Intalink website.

    “More details can be found at www.intalink.org.uk.”

    Comments(3)

    TFEB says...
    12:12pm Mon 18 Jun 12

    No news of the change? It was reported by this paper on 1st June under "New bus route between Borehamwood and Watford to start later this month". TFEB

    Sandra2 says...
    12:42pm Mon 18 Jun 12

    We never get the paper free anymore, as I imagine many don't and it's not really worth buying to be honest (compared to similar publications like Welwyn and Hatfield Times). Of course notices should have been put up on the stops affected! Sandra2

    LadyTeacup says...
    1:21pm Mon 18 Jun 12

    W7 and W9 I miss them a lot...!!Please return to the same place. LadyTeacup

    Source: www.borehamwoodtimes.co.uk

    Asda's plan to revamp Swinton approved - The Business Desk

    SALFORD City Council has approved plans to demolish part of Swinton Shopping Centre and replace it with a new 72,000 sq ft Asda with a 340-space car park underneath.The application was brought forward by GVA, which is acting as asset managers for the new scheme after being appointed as LPA receivers to the centre by lender West Bromwich Building Society.It said the new foodstore would serve as a catalyst for a wider regeneration of Swinton with the creation of a new piazza, public areas and enhanced retail units.Director Layne Merc......for the full story register now for free or login below...


    Source: www.thebusinessdesk.com

    Championship fixtures 2012-13: Charlton start against Birmingham - Daily Mail

    By Sportsmail Reporter
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    Relegated Bolton and their manager Owen Coyle face a hostile baptism on their return to the npower Championship after being handed an opening-day trip to Burnley.

    Wanderers were relegated from the Premier League on the final day of the season, and the 19-mile August 18 trip to their local rivals would have been a testing enough start, without the bad blood that exists between Coyle and the Clarets.

    The Scot quit Turf Moor in 2010 to move to the Reebok Stadium - they were relegated five months later - and can be sure of a rough ride against his former club, now managed by Eddie Howe.

    Champions: Charlton celebrate winning the League One title last season

    Champions: Charlton celebrate winning the League One title last season

    A top-six finish will be the minimum expectation at Blackburn after their high-profile relegation.Steve Kean has kept his job as manager so far despite the numerous protests against him, and an opening day win at Ipswich could prove that better times are ahead this season.

    The other club to head to the second tier from the Premier League were Wolves, and their new manager, Stale Solbakken, start at Leeds.

    Runaway League One champions Charlton open at Birmingham - seeking a new manager after Chris Hughton went to Norwich - while runners-up Sheffield Wednesday mark their Championship return with a match at Derby.

    Simon Grayson`s Huddersfield, play-off final winners, go to Cardiff who will give their controversial new all-red kid its first airing, while big-spending Leicester host Peterborough.

    Elsewhere on the opening day, play-off losers Blackpool go to Millwall, Steve Bruce will start life as Hull manager at home to Brighton, Barnsley take on Middlesbrough, Bristol City are at Nottingham Forest and Crystal Palace face Watford.

    There are no shortage of derby clashes, with 10 northern sides and another five from the Midlands.
    Huddersfield fans will look straight for their December 1 clash with Leeds with that in mind, while Blackburn and Bolton first meet on November 28.

    The normally-taxing Christmas period involves three games (Boxing Day, December 29 and January 1), with Bolton`s hosting of Sheffield Wednesday and Blackburn`s trip to Middlesbrough the most attractive-looking December 26 dates.

    Owing to the later-than-usual kick-off date, the season does not end until May 4.

    Birmingham host Blackburn on the final day, Blackpool go to Bolton, Wolves head to Brighton, Hull are at home to Cardiff, while east Midlands rivals Forest and Leicester meet.


    August 18

    Barnsley v Middlesbrough
    Birmingham v Charlton
    Burnley v Bolton
    Cardiff v Huddersfield
    Crystal Palace v Watford
    Derby v Sheff Wed
    Hull v Brighton
    Ipswich v Blackburn
    Leeds v Wolverhampton
    Leicester v Peterborough
    Millwall v Blackpool
    Nottm Forest v Bristol City

    August 21

    Blackpool v Leeds
    Bolton v Derby
    Brighton v Cardiff
    Bristol City v Crystal Palace
    Charlton v Leicester
    Huddersfield v Nottm Forest
    Middlesbrough v Burnley
    Peterborough v Millwall
    Sheff Wed v Birmingham
    Watford v Ipswich
    Wolverhampton v Barnsley

    August 22

    Blackburn v Hull

    August 25

    Blackburn v Leicester
    Blackpool v Ipswich
    Bolton v Nottm Forest
    Brighton v Barnsley
    Bristol City v Cardiff
    Charlton v Hull
    Huddersfield v Burnley
    Middlesbrough v Crystal Palace
    Peterborough v Leeds
    Sheff Wed v Millwall
    Watford v Birmingham
    Wolverhampton v Derby

    September 1

    Barnsley v Bristol City
    Birmingham v Peterborough
    Burnley v Brighton
    Cardiff v Wolverhampton
    Crystal Palace v Sheff Wed
    Derby v Watford
    Hull v Bolton
    Ipswich v Huddersfield
    Leeds v Blackburn
    Leicester v Blackpool
    Millwall v Middlesbrough
    Nottm Forest v Charlton

    September 15

    Barnsley v Blackpool
    Bolton v Watford
    Brighton v Sheff Wed
    Bristol City v Blackburn
    Burnley v Peterborough
    Cardiff v Leeds
    Charlton v Crystal Palace
    Huddersfield v Derby
    Hull v Millwall
    Middlesbrough v Ipswich
    Nottm Forest v Birmingham
    Wolverhampton v Leicester

    September 18

    Birmingham v Bolton
    Blackpool v Middlesbrough
    Crystal Palace v Nottm Forest
    Derby v Charlton
    Ipswich v Wolverhampton
    Leeds v Hull
    Leicester v Burnley
    Millwall v Cardiff
    Peterborough v Bristol City
    Sheff Wed v Huddersfield
    Watford v Brighton

    September 19

    Blackburn v Barnsley

    September 22

    Birmingham v Barnsley
    Blackburn v Middlesbrough
    Blackpool v Huddersfield
    Crystal Palace v Cardiff
    Derby v Burnley
    Ipswich v Charlton
    Leeds v Nottm Forest
    Leicester v Hull
    Millwall v Brighton
    Peterborough v Wolverhampton
    Sheff Wed v Bolton
    Watford v Bristol City

    September 29

    Barnsley v Ipswich
    Bolton v Crystal Palace
    Brighton v Birmingham
    Bristol City v Leeds
    Burnley v Millwall
    Cardiff v Blackpool
    Charlton v Blackburn
    Huddersfield v Watford
    Hull v Peterborough
    Middlesbrough v Leicester
    Nottm Forest v Derby
    Wolverhampton v Sheff Wed

    October 2

    Barnsley v Peterborough
    Bolton v Leeds
    Brighton v Ipswich
    Bristol City v Millwall
    Burnley v Sheff Wed
    Cardiff v Birmingham
    Charlton v Watford
    Huddersfield v Leicester
    Hull v Blackpool
    Middlesbrough v Derby
    Nottm Forest v Blackburn
    Wolverhampton v Crystal Palace

    October 6

    Birmingham v Huddersfield
    Blackburn v Wolverhampton
    Blackpool v Charlton
    Crystal Palace v Burnley
    Derby v Brighton
    Ipswich v Cardiff
    Leeds v Barnsley
    Leicester v Bristol City
    Millwall v Bolton
    Peterborough v Nottm Forest
    Sheff Wed v Hull
    Watford v Middlesbrough

    October 20

    Birmingham v Leicester
    Bolton v Bristol City
    Brighton v Middlesbrough
    Burnley v Blackpool
    Charlton v Barnsley
    Crystal Palace v Millwall
    Derby v Blackburn
    Huddersfield v Wolverhampton
    Hull v Ipswich
    Nottm Forest v Cardiff
    Sheff Wed v Leeds
    Watford v Peterborough

    October 23

    Barnsley v Crystal Palace
    Blackpool v Nottm Forest
    Bristol City v Burnley
    Cardiff v Watford
    Ipswich v Derby
    Leeds v Charlton
    Leicester v Brighton
    Middlesbrough v Hull
    Millwall v Birmingham
    Peterborough v Huddersfield
    Wolverhampton v Bolton

    October 24

    Blackburn v Sheff Wed

    October 27

    Barnsley v Nottm Forest
    Blackburn v Watford
    Blackpool v Brighton
    Bristol City v Hull
    Cardiff v Burnley
    Ipswich v Sheff Wed
    Leeds v Birmingham
    Leicester v Crystal Palace
    Middlesbrough v Bolton
    Millwall v Huddersfield
    Peterborough v Derby
    Wolverhampton v Charlton

    November 3

    Birmingham v Ipswich
    Bolton v Cardiff
    Brighton v Leeds
    Burnley v Wolverhampton
    Charlton v Middlesbrough
    Crystal Palace v Blackburn
    Derby v Blackpool
    Huddersfield v Bristol City
    Hull v Barnsley
    Nottm Forest v Millwall
    Sheff Wed v Peterborough
    Watford v Leicester

    November 6

    Birmingham v Bristol City
    Bolton v Leicester
    Brighton v Peterborough
    Burnley v Leeds
    Charlton v Cardiff
    Crystal Palace v Ipswich
    Derby v Barnsley
    Huddersfield v Blackburn
    Hull v Wolverhampton
    Nottm Forest v Middlesbrough
    Sheff Wed v Blackpool
    Watford v Millwall

    November 10

    Barnsley v Huddersfield
    Blackburn v Birmingham
    Blackpool v Bolton
    Bristol City v Charlton
    Cardiff v Hull
    Ipswich v Burnley
    Leeds v Watford
    Leicester v Nottm Forest
    Middlesbrough v Sheff Wed
    Millwall v Derby
    Peterborough v Crystal Palace
    Wolverhampton v Brighton

    November 17

    Birmingham v Hull
    Bolton v Barnsley
    Bristol City v Blackpool
    Burnley v Charlton
    Cardiff v Middlesbrough
    Crystal Palace v Derby
    Huddersfield v Brighton
    Leicester v Ipswich
    Millwall v Leeds
    Nottm Forest v Sheff Wed
    Peterborough v Blackburn
    Watford v Wolverhampton

    November 24

    Barnsley v Cardiff
    Blackburn v Millwall
    Blackpool v Watford
    Brighton v Bolton
    Charlton v Huddersfield
    Derby v Birmingham
    Hull v Burnley
    Ipswich v Peterborough
    Leeds v Crystal Palace
    Middlesbrough v Bristol City
    Sheff Wed v Leicester
    Wolverhampton v Nottm Forest

    November 27

    Barnsley v Burnley
    Blackpool v Birmingham
    Brighton v Bristol City
    Charlton v Peterborough
    Derby v Cardiff
    Hull v Crystal Palace
    Ipswich v Nottm Forest
    Leeds v Leicester
    Middlesbrough v Huddersfield
    Sheff Wed v Watford
    Wolverhampton v Millwall

    November 28

    Blackburn v Bolton

    December 1

    Birmingham v Middlesbrough
    Bolton v Ipswich
    Bristol City v Wolverhampton
    Burnley v Blackburn
    Cardiff v Sheff Wed
    Crystal Palace v Brighton
    Huddersfield v Leeds
    Leicester v Derby
    Millwall v Charlton
    Nottm Forest v Hull
    Peterborough v Blackpool
    Watford v Barnsley

    December 8

    Blackburn v Cardiff
    Charlton v Brighton
    Crystal Palace v Blackpool
    Derby v Leeds
    Huddersfield v Bolton
    Ipswich v Millwall
    Leicester v Barnsley
    Nottm Forest v Burnley
    Peterborough v Middlesbrough
    Sheff Wed v Bristol City
    Watford v Hull
    Wolverhampton v Birmingham

    December 15

    Barnsley v Sheff Wed
    Birmingham v Crystal Palace
    Blackpool v Blackburn
    Bolton v Charlton
    Brighton v Nottm Forest
    Bristol City v Derby
    Burnley v Watford
    Cardiff v Peterborough
    Hull v Huddersfield
    Leeds v Ipswich
    Middlesbrough v Wolverhampton
    Millwall v Leicester

    December 22

    Birmingham v Burnley
    Blackburn v Brighton
    Blackpool v Wolverhampton
    Crystal Palace v Huddersfield
    Derby v Hull
    Ipswich v Bristol City
    Leeds v Middlesbrough
    Leicester v Cardiff
    Millwall v Barnsley

    Peterborough v Bolton
    Sheff Wed v Charlton
    Watford v Nottm Forest

    December 26

    Barnsley v Birmingham
    Bolton v Sheff Wed
    Brighton v Millwall
    Bristol City v Watford
    Burnley v Derby
    Cardiff v Crystal Palace
    Charlton v Ipswich
    Huddersfield v Blackpool
    Hull v Leicester
    Middlesbrough v Blackburn
    Nottm Forest v Leeds
    Wolverhampton v Peterborough

    December 29

    Barnsley v Blackburn
    Bolton v Birmingham
    Brighton v Watford
    Bristol City v Peterborough
    Burnley v Leicester
    Cardiff v Millwall
    Charlton v Derby
    Huddersfield v Sheff Wed
    Hull v Leeds
    Middlesbrough v Blackpool
    Nottm Forest v Crystal Palace
    Wolverhampton v Ipswich

    January 1

    Birmingham v Cardiff
    Blackburn v Nottm Forest
    Blackpool v Hull
    Crystal Palace v Wolverhampton
    Derby v Middlesbrough
    Ipswich v Brighton
    Leeds v Bolton
    Leicester v Huddersfield
    Millwall v Bristol City
    Peterborough v Barnsley
    Sheff Wed v Burnley
    Watford v Charlton

    January 12

    Barnsley v Leeds
    Bolton v Millwall
    Brighton v Derby
    Bristol City v Leicester
    Burnley v Crystal Palace
    Cardiff v Ipswich
    Charlton v Blackpool
    Huddersfield v Birmingham
    Hull v Sheff Wed
    Middlesbrough v Watford
    Nottm Forest v Peterborough
    Wolverhampton v Blackburn

    January 19

    Birmingham v Brighton
    Blackburn v Charlton
    Blackpool v Cardiff
    Crystal Palace v Bolton
    Derby v Nottm Forest
    Ipswich v Barnsley
    Leeds v Bristol City
    Leicester v Middlesbrough
    Millwall v Burnley
    Peterborough v Hull
    Sheff Wed v Wolverhampton
    Watford v Huddersfield

    January 26

    Barnsley v Millwall
    Bolton v Peterborough
    Brighton v Blackburn
    Bristol City v Ipswich
    Burnley v Birmingham
    Cardiff v Leicester
    Charlton v Sheff Wed
    Huddersfield v Crystal Palace
    Hull v Derby
    Middlesbrough v Leeds
    Nottm Forest v Watford
    Wolverhampton v Blackpool

    February 2

    Birmingham v Nottm Forest
    Blackburn v Bristol City
    Blackpool v Barnsley
    Crystal Palace v Charlton
    Derby v Huddersfield
    Ipswich v Middlesbrough
    Leeds v Cardiff
    Leicester v Wolverhampton
    Millwall v Hull
    Peterborough v Burnley
    Sheff Wed v Brighton
    Watford v Bolton

    February 9

    Blackburn v Ipswich
    Blackpool v Millwall
    Bolton v Burnley
    Brighton v Hull
    Bristol City v Nottm Forest
    Charlton v Birmingham
    Huddersfield v Cardiff
    Middlesbrough v Barnsley
    Peterborough v Leicester
    Sheff Wed v Derby
    Watford v Crystal Palace
    Wolverhampton v Leeds

    February 16

    Barnsley v Brighton
    Birmingham v Watford
    Burnley v Huddersfield
    Cardiff v Bristol City
    Crystal Palace v Middlesbrough
    Derby v Wolverhampton
    Hull v Charlton
    Ipswich v Blackpool
    Leeds v Peterborough
    Leicester v Blackburn
    Millwall v Sheff Wed
    Nottm Forest v Bolton

    February 19

    Barnsley v Wolverhampton
    Birmingham v Sheff Wed
    Burnley v Middlesbrough
    Cardiff v Brighton
    Crystal Palace v Bristol City
    Derby v Bolton
    Hull v Blackburn
    Ipswich v Watford
    Leeds v Blackpool
    Leicester v Charlton
    Millwall v Peterborough
    Nottm Forest v Huddersfield

    February 23

    Blackburn v Leeds
    Blackpool v Leicester
    Bolton v Hull
    Brighton v Burnley
    Bristol City v Barnsley
    Charlton v Nottm Forest
    Huddersfield v Ipswich
    Middlesbrough v Millwall
    Peterborough v Birmingham
    Sheff Wed v Crystal Palace
    Watford v Derby
    Wolverhampton v Cardiff

    March 2

    Barnsley v Bolton
    Blackburn v Peterborough
    Blackpool v Bristol City
    Brighton v Huddersfield
    Charlton v Burnley
    Derby v Crystal Palace
    Hull v Birmingham
    Ipswich v Leicester
    Leeds v Millwall
    Middlesbrough v Cardiff
    Sheff Wed v Nottm Forest
    Wolverhampton v Watford

    March 5

    Birmingham v Blackpool
    Bolton v Blackburn
    Bristol City v Brighton
    Burnley v Barnsley
    Cardiff v Derby
    Crystal Palace v Hull
    Huddersfield v Middlesbrough
    Leicester v Leeds
    Millwall v Wolverhampton
    Nottm Forest v Ipswich
    Peterborough v Charlton
    Watford v Sheff Wed

    March 9

    Birmingham v Derby
    Bolton v Brighton
    Bristol City v Middlesbrough
    Burnley v Hull
    Cardiff v Barnsley
    Crystal Palace v Leeds
    Huddersfield v Charlton
    Leicester v Sheff Wed
    Millwall v Blackburn
    Nottm Forest v Wolverhampton
    Peterborough v Ipswich
    Watford v Blackpool

    March 16

    Barnsley v Watford
    Blackburn v Burnley
    Blackpool v Peterborough
    Brighton v Crystal Palace
    Charlton v Millwall
    Derby v Leicester
    Hull v Nottm Forest
    Ipswich v Bolton
    Leeds v Huddersfield
    Middlesbrough v Birmingham
    Sheff Wed v Cardiff
    Wolverhampton v Bristol City

    March 30

    Blackburn v Blackpool
    Charlton v Bolton
    Crystal Palace v Birmingham
    Derby v Bristol City
    Huddersfield v Hull
    Ipswich v Leeds
    Leicester v Millwall
    Nottm Forest v Brighton
    Peterborough v Cardiff
    Sheff Wed v Barnsley
    Watford v Burnley
    Wolverhampton v Middlesbrough

    April 1

    Barnsley v Leicester
    Birmingham v Wolverhampton
    Blackpool v Crystal Palace
    Bolton v Huddersfield
    Brighton v Charlton
    Bristol City v Sheff Wed
    Burnley v Nottm Forest
    Cardiff v Blackburn
    Hull v Watford
    Leeds v Derby
    Middlesbrough v Peterborough
    Millwall v Ipswich

    April 6

    Birmingham v Millwall
    Bolton v Wolverhampton
    Brighton v Leicester
    Burnley v Bristol City
    Charlton v Leeds
    Crystal Palace v Barnsley
    Derby v Ipswich
    Huddersfield v Peterborough
    Hull v Middlesbrough
    Nottm Forest v Blackpool
    Sheff Wed v Blackburn
    Watford v Cardiff

    April 13

    Barnsley v Charlton
    Blackburn v Derby
    Blackpool v Burnley
    Bristol City v Bolton
    Cardiff v Nottm Forest
    Ipswich v Hull
    Leeds v Sheff Wed
    Leicester v Birmingham
    Middlesbrough v Brighton
    Millwall v Crystal Palace
    Peterborough v Watford
    Wolverhampton v Huddersfield

    April 16

    Barnsley v Derby
    Blackpool v Sheff Wed
    Bristol City v Birmingham
    Cardiff v Charlton
    Ipswich v Crystal Palace
    Leeds v Burnley
    Leicester v Bolton
    Middlesbrough v Nottm Forest
    Millwall v Watford
    Peterborough v Brighton
    Wolverhampton v Hull

    April 17

    Blackburn v Huddersfield

    April 20

    Birmingham v Leeds
    Bolton v Middlesbrough
    Brighton v Blackpool
    Burnley v Cardiff
    Charlton v Wolverhampton
    Crystal Palace v Leicester
    Derby v Peterborough
    Huddersfield v Millwall
    Hull v Bristol City
    Nottm Forest v Barnsley
    Sheff Wed v Ipswich
    Watford v Blackburn

    April 27

    Barnsley v Hull
    Blackburn v Crystal Palace
    Blackpool v Derby
    Bristol City v Huddersfield
    Cardiff v Bolton
    Ipswich v Birmingham
    Leeds v Brighton
    Leicester v Watford
    Middlesbrough v Charlton
    Millwall v Nottm Forest
    Peterborough v Sheff Wed
    Wolverhampton v Burnley

    May 4

    Birmingham v Blackburn
    Bolton v Blackpool
    Brighton v Wolverhampton
    Burnley v Ipswich
    Charlton v Bristol City
    Crystal Palace v Peterborough
    Derby v Millwall
    Huddersfield v Barnsley
    Hull v Cardiff
    Nottm Forest v Leicester
    Sheff Wed v Middlesbrough
    Watford v Leeds


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