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Today's Games

It's a busy Bank Holiday weekend for all League 1 clubs, with 2 games in 3 days. Last night Scunthorpe took another step towards the title with a 1-0 win at home to promotion hopefuls Yeovil. The good news is there is now a 4 point gap between us and closest rivals Oldham and Yeovil who are both on 67 points.

Oldham have what could be a tricky tie away at Huddersfield today, but all eyes will be on the game at Ashton Gate between Bristol City and Swansea. This is one of the remaining games where Forest need City to slip up. Anything the Swans can get out of the game will be good news for the Reds.

Sixth placed Blackpool take on Tranmere at home, whilst Forest are of course away at Millwall, where nothing less than a victory will do. Down at the bottom, Monday's opponents Rotherham, are at home to Gillingham and Brentford are at home to Cheltenham.


Blackpool vs Tranmere
Bournemouth vs Bradford
Brentford vs Cheltenham
Brighton vs Doncaster
Bristol C vs Swansea
Chesterfield vs Crewe
Leyton Orient vs Northampton
Millwall vs Nottinghamm Forest
Oldham vs Huddersfield
Port Vale vs Carlisle
Rotherham vs Gillingham




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