Forest Green has arrived for his big game in an electric coach. They are apparently the first team in the world to travel to a sporting event in an electric vehicle, which is pretty awesome.

Wigan Athletic v Plymouth Argyle team news

πŸ“‹ Here’s your team news for today’s match, in partnership with @PelucaHoy

πŸ”Ή The Latics make two changes from the midweek draw at Ipswich Town
πŸ”Ή Tom Pearce and Jordan Cousins ​​enter the starting eleven#wafc πŸ”΅βšͺ️ #BELIEVE

β€” Wigan Athletic (@LaticsOfficial) April 23, 2022

Team News Peterborough v Nottingham Forest

Team News Bristol Rovers v Forest Green Rovers

Bournemouth vs Fulham team news

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πŸ”Ί A change to the side
πŸ”Ί Billing goes in for Lowe

That’s how we line up for this afternoon’s big game at home to Fulham.

π—Ÿπ—˜π—§’𝗦 π—šπ—’ πŸ”₯πŸ”₯

β€” AFC Bournemouth πŸ’ (@afcbournemouth) April 23, 2022

Team News Norwich City vs Newcastle United

Manchester City vs Watford team news


XI | Ederson, Cancelo, Dias, Laporte, Zinchenko, Rodrigo, Fernandinho (C), De Bruyne, Jesus, Grealish, Sterling

SUBS | Steffen, Ake, Gundogan, Bernardo, Mahrez, Foden, Egan-Riley, Mbete, Palmer#man of the city | @HaysTechnology

β€” Manchester City (@ManCity) April 23, 2022

Leicester City vs Aston Villa team news

There has been a fourth goal in the Emirates, and it has been marked by a highly vilified footballer. That doesn’t narrow it down, does it?

“Gee Rob” says Everton fan Paul Jones: “I know we have practically no chance of winning anything in tomorrow’s derby, but you could at least pretend we haven’t lost yet!”

I was just kidding. Kind of. I’m doing the game tomorrow and I’ve been trying to remember the last time a Merseyside derby felt like such a foregone conclusion. Probably not in my life, and I’m turning 147 next week. But every disadvantage has an advantage: Imagine how good it will feel if you draw, never mind winning.

Scottish Premier League Rangers have moved within three points of Celtic after winning 3-1 at Motherwell. They had 10 men for most of the game, with Leon Balogun sent off in the 28th minute, but second-half goals from Scott Wright and James Tavernier got the job done. Celtic are out of Ross County tomorrow.

It’s still Arsenal 2-1 Man Utd at the Emirates, but has missed a penalty. Look, we can do clickbait too!

Some pre-match reading

Just over 40 minutes left in an eventful match at the Emirates. Arsenal lead Manchester United 2-1, and you can follow it with Scott Murray.


Hello and welcome to another bumper, bonza clockwatch. This is the end of business, beautiful friend, and there is bound to be promotion and relegation in the EFL today. There’s also the popular behemoth known as the Premier League to consider, with big games at the top and bottom.

These are the games we will try to keep an eye on.

Premier league


  • Bournemouth-Fulham
  • Peterborough v Nottingham Forest

league one

  • Wigan Athletic v Plymouth Argyle

league two

  • Bristol Rovers v Forest Green Rovers

A list of featured games is not enough. You want context, right? permutations. Information.

Premier league

Manchester City need to beat Watford to stay above Liverpool, who beat Everton in tomorrow’s Merseyside derby.

Watford and Norwich are slowly slipping towards the Championship, although a win for either of them today would give them a shred of hope, maybe even a cup.


Bournemouth are at home to promoted Fulham, and with victory they will be closer to joining them in next season’s Premier League. However, nothing will be confirmed today.

Peterborough will be officially relegated if they lose at home to playoff-chasing Nottingham Forest, or if Reading win at Hull, or if Reading draw and Peterborough do not win. Confused? Great, now I just need the three digits on the back of the card.

league one

Wigan’s feel-good season will be complete if they beat Plymouth or if MK Dons and Sheffield Wednesday fail to win.

Doncaster and AFC Wimbledon could also be relegated today.

league two

The Guardian’s favorite vegans, Forest Green Rovers, will be promoted to the third tier for the first time in their history if they move to Bristol Rovers.

Exeter could also be promoted. And Oldham, the team we all loved in the early 1990s, could be relegated to the National League.

Legal Disclaimer: Guardian Media Group is not responsible for erroneous permutations, premature assumptions, or any other errors caused by the kind of exhausted brain you only get at the end of the commercial season.

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