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Portsmouth 1 Fulham 1

last updated Saturday 21st April 2001, 7:30 PM

Fulham Football Club are the top club in the Nationwide league.

The Mighty White Machine went to the seaside and it seems went on holiday as well.

Fulham let in a goal in the 10th minute and had a difficult time of it until the Ref decided that one of the many fouls by Portsmouth players warranted a penalty in the 78th minute. Louis Saha stepped up and slotted it away for his 9th penalty and 30th goal of the season.

We were unable to create any of the flowing football we are now known for and there were a number of missed chances in front of goal

The Fulhamweb prediction for the Portsmouth game was another 2-1 to the Cottagers with a crowd of 18250 the score was 1-1 with a crowd of 17651.

Blackburn slipped up with a 0-0 draw away at Wolves while Bolton managed a rare home win against Norwich. So Blackburn are now just one point in front of Bolton albeit with a game in hand. Come on Bolton, Come on Bolton.

Elsewhere QPR and Tranmere are relegated.

Say ... We are champions of Division One have only 4 games to go, have lost only four games all season, have the best goal difference with the leading goal scorer in the Premier and Nationwide leagues and will be playing in the Premiership next season. Ho, ho, ho, he, he, he..............

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Saturday 21/04/01 - Nationwide Division One
Home Away FT(HT) KO - -
Bolton Norwich 1-0 (0-0) FT Team news/stats
Burnley Birmingham 0-0 (0-0) FT Team news/stats
Gillingham West Brom 1-2 (1-2) FT Team news/stats
Grimsby Sheff Utd 0-1 (0-1) FT Team news/stats
Huddersfield QPR 2-1 (1-1) FT Team news/stats
Portsmouth Fulham
1-1 (1-0)
FT
Team news/stats
Sheff Wed Barnsley 2-1 (0-1) FT Team news/stats
Stockport Crewe 3-0 (0-0) FT Team news/stats
Tranmere C.Palace 1-1 (0-1) FT Team news/stats
Wimbledon Nottm Forest 2-1 (0-0) FT Team news/stats
Wolves Blackburn 0-0 (0-0) FT Team news/stats
Sunday 22/04/01 - Nationwide Division One
Home Away FT(HT) KO - -
Preston Watford 0-0 (0-0) 13:00
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Saturday April 21 2001


Bolton (0) 1 Norwich (0) 0

Dean Holdsworth's smartly-taken free-kick after 66 minutes gave Bolton a 1-0 win over Norwich.


Bolton: Clarke, Barness, Elliott, Bergsson, Hendry, Summerbee (Passi 85), Frandsen, Gardner, Holdsworth, Farrelly, Marshall (Hansen 45).

Subs Not Used: Wright, Whitlow, Ricketts.

Goals: Holdsworth 66.

Norwich: Green, Drury, Fleming, Mackay, Jackson, Kenton (McGovern 78), Mulryne (Holt 78), Russell, Llewellyn, Notman (Abbey 78), Roberts.

Subs Not Used: Marshall, Nedergaard.

Booked: Jackson.

Att: 17,967. Ref: P Rejer (Worcester).

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Saturday April 21 2001


Burnley (0) 0 Birmingham (0) 0

Birmingham's bleak run continued - now without a win in 10 games after a 0-0 draw at Burnley.

Burnley: Michopoulos, Briscoe (Maylett 67), West (Cox 78), Davis, Thomas, Armstrong (Payton 78), Little, Weller, Ball, Moore, Taylor.

Subs Not Used: Crichton, Mullin.

Booked: Ball.

Birmingham: Bennett, Eaden, Michael Johnson, Purse, Holdsworth, McCarthy, Hughes (Lazaridis 66), O'Connor, Woodhouse, Sonner (Pollock 85), Marcelo.

Subs Not Used: Burrows, Poole, Gill.

Booked: Purse, McCarthy, Sonner.

Att: 17,057. Ref: R Furnandiz (Doncaster).

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Saturday April 21 2001


Gillingham (1) 1 West Brom (2) 2

West Brom
move into third spot with Lee Hughes netting his 23rd of the season and a Neil Clements free-kick putting them in front at Gillingham. Iffy Onuora pulled one back but it ended 2-1.

Gillingham: Bartram, Patterson, Hope, Southall (Saunders 75), Nosworthy, Browning (Ipoua 82), Shaw (Ashby 40), Pennock, Smith, Onuora, King.

Subs Not Used: Rose, Browne.

Booked: Smith. Goals: Onuora 35.

West Brom: Hoult, Lyttle, Clement, Butler, Gilchrist, Sigurdsson, Fox (Adam Chambers 72), Sneekes, Appleton, Taylor (Roberts 52), Hughes (Quinn 90).

Subs Not Used: Jensen, Cummings.

Booked: Hughes, Taylor. Goals: Hughes 11, Clement 18.

Att: 9,920. Ref: S Lodge (Barnsley).

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Saturday April 21 2001


Grimsby (0) 0 Sheff Utd (1) 1

Grimsby's three-match winning streak came to an end with a 1-0 home defeat by a Sheffield United side whose chance of making the play-offs is gone.

Grimsby: Coyne, McDermott, Gallimore, Handyside, Groves, Willems (Butterfield 56), Pouton (David Smith 78), Campbell, Livingstone, Cornwall (Jeffrey 77), Donovan.

Subs Not Used: Hyldgaard, Clare.

Booked: Pouton.

Sheff Utd: Talia, Murphy, Curle, Morrison, Devlin, Doane, Jagielka, Ford, Ullathorne (Kozluk 85), Asaba (Kelly 90),Ndlovu (Montgomery 87).

Subs Not Used: Tonge, Uhlenbeek.

Booked: Talia. Goals: Ndlovu 42.

Att: 6,983. Ref: W Burns (Scarborough).

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Saturday April 21 2001


Huddersfield (1) 2 QPR (1) 1

Queen Park Rangers was relegated after losing 2-1 at Huddersfield. The Terriers led through Dean Gorre and the hope restored by Andy Thomson's equaliser two minutes before the break was banished when Delroy Facey forced home a rebound from Andy Booth's shot in the time added on for stoppages.

Huddersfield: Vaesen, Heary, Lucketti, Jenkins (Gray 58), Baldry, Armstrong, Gorre, Holland, Thornley (Irons 86), Booth, Facey.

Subs Not Used: Margetson, Moses, Gallen.

Booked: Booth. Goals: Gorre 33, Facey 90.

QPR: Harper, Baraclough (Wardley 90), Ready, Plummer, Perry (Paquette 77), Knight (Kiwomya 76), Bignot, Peacock, Darlington, Crouch, Thomson.

Subs Not Used: Bull, Kulcsar.

Booked: Plummer, Crouch, Ready. Goals: Thomson 43.

Att: 12,846. Ref: A Bates (Stoke on Trent).

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Saturday April 21 2001


Portsmouth (1) 1 Fulham (0) 1

While runaway leaders Fulham took a point in the 1-1 draw at Portsmouth through Louis Saha's 30th goal of the season - his eighth penalty cancelling out Lee Bradbury's opener for Pompey.

Portsmouth: Petterson, Vincent, Primus, Hiley, Waterman, O'Neil, Sharpe, Tiler, Mills (Vine 81), Bradbury, Wolleaston (Quashie 63).

Subs Not Used: Tardif, White, Harper.

Booked: Waterman, Tiler, O'Neil. Goals: Bradbury 10.

Fulham: Taylor, Melville, Goma (Symons 45), Brevett, Finnan, Clark, John Collins, Goldbaek (Riedle 67), Davis, Saha, Boa Morte (Betsy 82).

Subs Not Used: Hahnemann, Stolcers.

Booked: Davis, Brevett, Boa Morte. Goals: Saha 79 pen.

Att: 17,651. Ref: P Dowd (Stoke-on-Trent).

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Saturday April 21 2001


Sheff Wed (0) 2 Barnsley (1) 1

Peter Ndlovu's goal three minutes before the interval separated the sides while neighbours Sheffield Wednesday came from behind to win the South Yorkshire derby with Barnsley. Nigel Spackman's side led through Neil Shipperley after 19 minutes, but Gerald Sibon and Simon Donnelly scored in five minutes to take the points for Wednesday.

Sheff Wed: Pressman, Harkness (Donnelly 78), Walker, Bromby, Hendon, Soltvedt, Sibon, Lescott (Geary 64), Ripley, Ekoku, De Bilde (Morrison 59).

Subs Not Used: Stringer, Di Piedi.

Booked: Harkness. Goals: Sibon 79, Donnelly 84.

Barnsley: Miller, Regan, Morgan, Barker, Barnard, Parkin, Ward, Bullock (Barrowclough 81), Neil, Shipperley, Dyer.

Subs Not Used: Marriott, Sheron, Kay, Brown.

Booked: Ward. Goals: Shipperley 19.

Att: 23,498. Ref: P Durkin (Dorset).

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Saturday April 21 2001


Stockport (0) 3 Crewe (0) 0

Stockport drew away from the danger area with a 3-0 demolition of Crewe at Edgeley Park. Karim Fradin, Shane Nicholson from the penalty spot and Aaron Wilbrahim netted the goals which make County safe.

Stockport: Jones, Gibb (Clark 90), Flynn, Clare, Woodthorpe, Smith, Fradin, Kuqi, Nicholson, Wilbraham, Hurst.

Subs Not Used: Dibble, Maxwell, Byrne, Bergersen.

Booked: Woodthorpe. Goals: Fradin 71, Nicholson 84 pen, Wilbraham 90.

Crewe: Bankole, Wright, Foster, Sodje, Shaun Smith, Lunt (Sorvel 59), Navarro, Rivers, Hulse (Ashton 76), Tait, Jack (Peter Smith 79).

Subs Not Used: Kearton, Walker.

Booked: Lunt.

Att: 7,163. Ref: M Halsey (Welwyn Garden City).

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Saturday April 21 2001

Tranmere (0) 1 Crystal Palace (1) 1

Tranmere was relegated following a 1-1 draw with Crystal Palace, who went in front through former Welsh international David Hopkin and although Andy Parkinson squeezed home an equaliser it was not enough to keep Rovers alive.

Tranmere: Murphy, Roberts, Hill, Yates, Kenna, Osborn, Flynn, Koumas, Mellon (Parkinson 45), Barlow, Rideout (Scott Taylor 84).

Subs Not Used: Achterberg, Jobson, Hinds.

Booked: Roberts. Goals: Parkinson 47.

Crystal Palace: Kolinko, Mullins, Austin, Frampton, Harrison, Hopkin, Thomson, Rodger (Carlisle 68), Riihilahti, Freedman (Fuller 87), Morrison.

Subs Not Used: Forssell, Berhalter, Gregg.

Booked: Frampton. Goals: Hopkin 25.

Att: 8,119. Ref: G Laws (Whitley Bay).

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Saturday April 21 2001

Wimbledon (0) 2 Nottm Forest (0) 1

Nottingham Forest's play-off hopes took a knock with a 2-1 defeat at Wimbledon, who move up to eighth in the table. David Nielsen and Kevin Cooper put the Dons in the driving seat and there were only 13 minutes left when Stern John pulled one back.

Wimbledon: Davis, Cunningham, Kimble, Holloway, Williams, Andersen, Cooper, Roberts, Ardley, Euell, Nielsen.

Subs Not Used: Heald, Hughes, Ainsworth, Gray, Hawkins.

Booked: Holloway. Goals: Nielsen 48, Cooper 70.

Nottm Forest: Beasant, Scimeca (Jones 45), Edds (Harewood 75), Doig, Hjelde, Prutton, Andy Johnson, Bart-Williams, Gray, John, David Johnson.

Subs Not Used: Roche, Vaughan, Edwards.

Booked: Hjelde, Andy Johnson. Goals: John 77.

Att: 10,027. Ref: C Wilkes (Gloucester).

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Saturday April 21 2001


Wolverhampton (0) 0 Blackburn (0) 0

Blackburn were denied by the brilliance of Wolves goalkeeper Michael Oakes in the 0-0 draw at Molineux.

Wolverhampton: Oakes, Muscat, Naylor, Lescott, Dinning, Robinson, Ketsbaia (Emblen 54), Sinton (Camara 36), Andrews, Ndah, Proudlock.

Subs Not Used: Stowell, Connelly, Roussel.

Booked: Ketsbaia, Dinning, Ndah, Robinson, Andrews.

Blackburn: Friedel, Curtis, Bjornebye (Berkovic 45), Berg, Short, Flitcroft, Dunn, Mahon (Gillespie 43), Hignett, Bent (Hughes 74), Jansen.

Subs Not Used: Kelly, Taylor.

Booked: Dunn, Short, Berkovic.

Att: 20,018. Ref: P Danson (Leicester)
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Sunday April 22 2001


Preston (6) v Watford (8)

Preston defender Rob Edwards has fully recovered from the head injury he sustained in the 4-0 victory at Barnsley on Easter Monday, as has striker Jon Macken. But defender Michael Jackson (back) is expected to miss out again, while keeper Tepi Moilanen (ankle) is out for the rest of the season.

Watford goalkeeper Espen Baardsen (groin) is out so Alec Chamberlain, who replaced the Norwegian at Blundell Park and in Tuesday's 3-2 success against Wolves, will continue to deputise. Otherwise, manager Graham Taylor has no injury concerns.

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Last five league matches: Preston D L D D W, Watford L W D L W

Top Scorers: Jonathon Macken (Preston) 18

Tommy Mooney (Watford) 22

Ref: T Jones (Barrow-in-Furness)
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