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Championship: Burnley remain top of the table after this seven-goal thriller but have been blown to smithereens by an astonishing second half performance from Sheffield United, who found themselves trailing twice but came back to win their third consecutive game. They go second, three points behind the league leaders with a game in hand and a superior goal difference.

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FA Cup: Connor Wickham closed out Forest Green’s win over South Shields with a Puskas Award contender from near the halfway line. Spotting the South Shields goalkeeper Myles Boney a few yards out of his goal, the well-travelled striker tried his luck and sent a sensational chip into the top corner, the only place the frantically back-pedalling Boney couldn’t reach it. It was Wickham’s second of the game and almost certainly the best goal he’s ever scored. Have that!

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BOOM! 🙌🚀👀#BBCFootball #FACup pic.twitter.com/SteoQa6vZS

— Match of the Day (@BBCMOTD) November 5, 2022

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Leeds: Meslier, Kristensen, Koch, Cooper, Struijk, Adams, Roca, Harrison, Aaronson, Summerville, Rodrigo.

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Subs: Ayling, Firpo, Klaesson, Llorente, Gnonto, Gelhardt, Greenwood, Klich, Fernandez.

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Bournemouth: Travers, Smith, Mepham, Senesi, Fredericks, Cook, Lerma, Billing, Tavernier, Solanke, Moore.

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Subs: Stephens, Christie, Rothwell, Stacey, Stanislas, Pearson, Anthony, Zemura, Plain.

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Manchester City: Ederson, Stones, Akanji, Ake, Cancelo, Rodri, De Bruyne, Silva, Gundogan, Grealish, Alvarez.

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Subs: Ortega, Dias, Haaland, Laporte, Gomez, Mahrez, Foden, Palmer, Lewis

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Fulham: Leno, Tete, Ream, Diop, Robinson, Reed, Pereira, Palhinha, Wilson, Willian, Vinicius

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Subs: Rodak, Kurzawa, Adarabioyo, Duffy, Cairney, James, Onomah, Mbabu, Harris

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Wolves: Sa; Semedo, Collins, Kilman, Bueno; B. Traore, Neves; Guedes, Moutinho, Podence; Hee-Chan

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Subs: Sarkic, Ait-Nouri, Mosquera, Jonny, Ronan, A. Traore, Hodge, Fraser, Griffiths

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Brighton: Sanchez; Gross, Webster, Dunk, Estupinan; Caicedo, Mac Allister; March, Lallana, Mitoma; Trossard

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Subs: Steele, Lamptey, Colwill, Welbeck, Sarmiento, Enciso, Undav, Gilmour, Veltman

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Nottingham Forest: Henderson, Aurier, Cook, Williams, Gibbs-White, Johnson, Kouyate, Yates, Freuler, Dennis, McKenna

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Subs: Hennessey, Worrall, Mangala, Awoniyi, Lingard, O’Brien, Surridge, Boly, Lodi

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Brentford: Raya, Henry, Pinnock, Jensen, Dasilva, Wissa, Mee, Mbuemo, Lewis-Potter, Janelt, Roerslev

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Subs: Cox, Canos, Zanka, Ghoddos, Onyeka, Damsgaard, Crama, Trevitt, Yarmoliuk

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Championship: Unbeaten in 16 games, Vincent Kompany’s side are currently getting monstered by Sheffield United at Bramall Lane. Oli McBurnie has just taken advantage of a catalogue of defensive errors to score his second of the game.

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Championship: Anel Ahmedhozdic extends Sheffield United’s lead with his fourth goal of the season, reacting quickly to hook the ball home from the edge of the six-yard box after Burnley had failed to clear a corner properly.

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Championship: It’s been quite the game of two halves for Jack Robinson, who was directly responsible for two Burnley goals in the first half, but has since atoned. After helping to set up Sheffield United’s second goal against the league leaders, he’s just scored their third. Burnley are serioously under the cosh and struggling to deal with United’s set pieces.

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With no early kick-off today, the first matches of a fascinating weekend’s Premier League schedule kick-off at 3pm, with Manchester City getting the opportunity to go top should they win at home against Fulham before Arsenal go to Chelsea tomorrow.

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Elsewhere in the top flight, Leeds host Bournemouth, Nottingham Forest welcome Brentford and Brighton travel to Wolves before Everton take on Leicester City in today’s late kick-off.

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We’ll bring you news of all the goals as they go in, as well as keeping tabs activities in the Championship and any potential giantklillings in the first round of the FA Cup.

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main events

FA cup: Harrogate Town beat Bradford City 1-0 in a League Two match at Valley Parade. Matty Daly scored all the important goals that brought down the Bantams.

Wolves vs Brighton: Diego Costa is suspended for Wolverhampton, which means a rare start for Huang Hee-chan. Matthews Nunes, who injured his shoulder against Brentford last week, is not in the Wolverhampton squad, while Adama Traore is on the bench. Goncalo Guedes and Joao Moutinho start. Brighton has understandably not changed from the side that beat Chelsea last weekend.

Leandro Trossard is on fire.
Leandro Trossard is looking forward to continuing his great scoring style Photograph: Tony O’Brien/Reuters

Nottingham Forest x Brentford: Brennan Johnson, Nico Williams, and Emmanuel Dennis joined forces with Steve Cooper Forest, along with Jesse Lingard, Renan Lodi and Taiyo O’Oniyi.

Thomas Frank made two changes to the side that drew with Wolverhampton last time. Ken Lewis Potter and Mads Roerslev play with Christopher Agger and arrested Evan Toni.

Leeds – Bournemouth: It is understood that Jesse Marsh resisted the urge to mess with the team that beat Liverpool last weekend. Ryan Fredericks returns to the Bournemouth starting line-up, with Jordan Zemora having to settle for a place on the bench.

Dominic Solanke warming up at Elland Road
Dominic Solanke catches his eye at Elland Road. Photo: John Clifton/Action Images/Reuters

Full time: Sheffield United 5-2 Burnley

championship: Burnley remained top of the standings after that thrill of seven goals, but they repaid in large part with a stunning second-half performance from Sheffield United, who found themselves twice behind but came back to win their third game in a row. They go to second place, three points behind the league leaders, with a game in hand and a superior goal difference.

Manchester City – Fulham: Erling Haaland starts on the bench alongside Phil Foden, among others. In total, Pep Guardiola made eight changes to the team that beat Sevilla on Wednesday. Only Ilkay Gundogan, Jack Grealish and Julian Alvarez are still in the starting lineup.

Aleksandar Mitrovic is not in the Fulham squad on match day and has been replaced by Carlos Vinicius. Harry Wilson plays Nescans Kebanu, who suffered a long-term injury to his Achilles tendon in the middle of the week. Kenny Tite comes in in place of Bobby Decordova-Reed, who has been discontinued.

Pep Guardiola made the changes ahead of Manchester City's match against Fulham at the Etihad Stadium.
Pep Guardiola made the changes ahead of Manchester City’s match against Fulham at the Etihad Stadium. Photo: Tom Flathers/Manchester City FC/Getty Images

Wake important! From the center line!

FA cup: Conor Wickham finished off Forest Green’s victory over South Shields in Puskas Prize contender near the halfway line. After spotting South Shields goalkeeper Miles Bony a few meters from his own goal, the well-traveled striker tried his luck and sent Thrilling In the top corner, the only place Boney couldn’t get to. This was Wickham’s second of the match and it was definitely the best goal he’s ever scored. Own it!

BOOM! 🙌🚀👀#BBCFootball #FACup pic.twitter.com/SteoQa6vZS

— Match of the Day (@BBCMOTD) November 5, 2022

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Leeds United x Bournemouth squad

Leeds: Maysler, Christensen, Koch, Cooper, Strwick, Adams, Roca, Harrison, Aaronson, Summerville, Rodrigo.

Subs: Ayling, Firpo, Claeson, Llorente, Gonto, Gillhardt, Greenwood, Clic, Fernandez.

Bournemouth: Travers, Smith, Mepham, Senese, Fredericks, Cook, Lerma, Billing, Tavernier, Solanke, Moore.

Subs: Stephens, Christie, Rothwell, Stacey, Stanislas, Pearson, Anthony, Zimora, Sahel.

Manchester City x Fulham squad

Manchester Ederson, Stones, Akanji, Aki, Cancelo, Rodri, De Bruyne, Silva, Gundogan, Grealish, Alvarez.

Subs: Ortega, Dias, Haaland, Laporte, Gomez, Mahrez, Foden, Palmer, Luis

Fulham: Lino, Titi, Riam, Diop, Robinson, Reed, Pereira, Ballinha, Wilson, Willian, Vinicius

Subs: Rudak, Kurzawa, Adarabiyo, Duffy, Kearney, James, Onomah, Mbabu, Harris

Wolves squad against Brighton

Wolves: Sa ; Semedo, Collins, Kellman, Bueno; B. Traore, Nevis; Geddes, Moutinho, Bodens; hey chan

Subs: Sarkich, Ait Nouri, Mosquera, Johnny, Ronan, A. Traore, Hodge, Fraser, Griffiths

Brighton: Sanchez. Gross, Webster, Dunk, Estupinan; Caicedo, Mac Alister; Mars, Lallana, Mituma; Trussard

Subs: Steele, Lamptey, Colwell, Welbeck, Sarmiento, Inciso, Ondev, Gilmore, Feltman

Nottingham Forest x Brentford squad

Nottingham Forest: Henderson, O’Rer, Cook, Williams, Gibbs-White, Johnson, Kouyate, Yates, Froeller, Dennis, McKenna

Subs: Hennessey, Worrall, Mangala, Awoniyi, Lingard, O’Brien, Surridge, Boly, Lodi

Brentford: Raya, Henry, Pinnock, Jensen, DaSilva, Wissa, Mai, Mbomo, Louis Potter, Janellet, Roerslev

Subs: Cox, Canos, Zanka, Godus, Onika, Damsgaard, Krama, Trivet, Yarmollyuk

Goal! Sheffield United 5-2 Burnley (McBurney 74)

championship: Vincent Kompany’s side is undefeated in 16 matches and is currently under attack by Sheffield United at Bramall Lane. Ole McBurney just took advantage of a catalog of defensive errors to score his second goal of the match.

FA Cup First Round: northern Premier League The side of the southern shields is outside. Kevin Phillips’ team lost 2-0 to first-league team Forest Green.

Goal! Sheffield United 4-2 Burnley (Ahmedhodzhik 68)

championship: Anil Ahmeduzdic cemented Sheffield United’s lead with his fourth goal of the season, responding quickly to net the ball from the edge of the six-yard box after Burnley failed to properly clear a corner kick.

Goal! Sheffield United 3-2 Burnley (Robinson 65)

championship: It was a game of two halves for Jack Robinson, who was directly responsible for two Burnley goals in the first half, but he has since been on the loose. After helping to make Sheffield United’s second goal against the league leaders, he scored his third goal. Burnley Gad is under control and struggling to tackle United’s set-pieces.

Yellow card hour: There are 11 Premier League Footballers who are just one booking away from the Premier League suspension and also believe in going to the World Cup.

Only a pessimist would suggest that some of them might deliberately try to pick one up today or tomorrow in order to give themselves the next weekend and drastically reduce their chances of an injury ending in their dream in front of Qatar, but for the sake of curiosity, it might be worth paying attention.

For spectators: Chris Mipham (Bournemouth), Alexander Mitrovic (Fulham), Alexis McAllister (Brighton), Amadou Onana (Everton), Diego Dalot (Manchester United), Thilo Kehrer (West Ham), Fabian Schar (Newcastle), Gabriel. Jesus (Arsenal), William Saliba (Arsenal), Rodrigo Bentancur (Tottenham Hotspur) and Harry Kane (Tottenham Hotspur).

Harry Kane is one of 11 Premier League players who are within one yellow card to take a few extra days off ahead of the World Cup.
Harry Kane is one of 11 Premier League players who are within one yellow card to take a few extra days off ahead of the World Cup. Photo: Tottenham Hotspur FC/Getty Images

FA Cup first round

Having won the competition five times between them, Sheffield Wednesday and Portsmouth advanced to the second round last night, beating Morecambe and Hereford respectively. Earlier in the afternoon, the South Shields, led by Kevin Phillips, raced earlier against Premier League side Forest Green, who sit four teams above the former Sunderland legend’s side.

Currently ranked 17th in Southern Premier Central, Alvechurch is the lowest ranked team left in the competition and faces a trip to League One Cheltenham Town, while Coalville Town, fifth in the same division as Coalville, heads to The Valley to take on Charlton. Athlete.

Louis Alessandra of South Shields (chestnut shirt) and Armani Little of Forest Green Rovers battle for the ball.
Louis Alessandra of South Shields (chestnut shirt) and Armani Little of Forest Green Rovers battle for the ball. Photo: Will Matthews/PA

championship

Sheffield United and Burnley secured the championship of the day early on at Bramall Lane. It’s currently 2-2 in a thriller, with Sheffield United coming from behind twice despite a first-half horror display from Jack Robinson.

Not content with converting Manuel Benson’s cross with a header, the Sheffield United defender then slowed on the ball outside his penalty area, allowing Benson to steal his possession and shoot past Wes Foderingham. Eliman Ndiaye scored for Sheffield United in the first half, while Robinson was instrumental in making United’s second goal, which was just scored by Ole McBurney.

Today’s championship matches

  • Sheffield United 0-1 Burnley

  • Blackburn Rovers x Huddersfield Town

  • Blackpool – Luton Town

  • Middlesbrough vs Bristol City

  • Millwall x Hull City

  • Queens Park Rangers vs West Bromwich Albion

  • Rotherham United x Norwich City

  • Stoke City x Birmingham City

  • Sunderland x Cardiff City

  • Swansea City x Wigan Athletic

  • Watford / Coventry City

  • View tournament schedule

Burnley celebrate
Burnley celebrate Jack Robinson’s misfortune moments after the Sheffield United defender headed a ball past his own goalkeeper. Photography: Bradley Collier/Penn

Premier League matches today

  • Leeds United x Bournemouth

  • Manchester City v Fulham

  • Nottingham Forest x Brentford

  • Wolves vs Brighton

  • Everton / Leicester City

  • View the Premier League schedule

Saturday around the clock

With no early start today, first matches of a great weekend Premier League The schedule starts at 3pm, with Manchester City getting a chance to go up should they win at home against Fulham before Arsenal move to Chelsea tomorrow.

Elsewhere in the Premier League, Leeds host Bournemouth, Nottingham Forest host Brentford and Brighton travel to Wolverhampton before Everton face Leicester City late today.

We’ll keep you posted on all the goals as they come in, as well as follow the activities in the tournament and any potential giant fights in the first round of the tournament. FA cup.

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