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Norwich CityNorwich City
FulhamFulham
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2
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MiddlesbroughMiddlesbrough
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3
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BlackpoolBlackpool
FulhamFulham
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1
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Rotherham UnitedRotherham United
1
1
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Wigan AthleticWigan Athletic
2
2
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Charlton AthleticCharlton Athletic
FulhamFulham
1
1
FT
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BrentfordBrentford
1
4
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Huddersfield TownHuddersfield Town
FulhamFulham
0
2
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Leeds UnitedLeeds United
0
3
FT
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Sheffield WednesdaySheffield Wednesday
FulhamFulham
1
1
FT
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AFC BournemouthAFC Bournemouth
1
5
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WatfordWatford
FulhamFulham
1
0
FT
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Derby CountyDerby County
2
0
FT
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Wolverhampton WanderersWolverhampton Wanderers
FulhamFulham
3
0
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MillwallMillwall
FulhamFulham
0
0
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Norwich set up Ipswich showdown

Norwich CityNorwich City
FulhamFulham
4
2
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Norwich will play arch-rivals Ipswich in the Sky Bet Championship play-offs after recording a 4-2 victory over Fulham at Carrow Road.

Goals late in the first half from player of the season Bradley Johnson and Nathan Redmond put the Canaries in control, with Graham Dorrans making it three near the end of the match.

Matt Smith pulled a goal back for Fulham with seven minutes to go but Johnson doubled his tally to make it 4-1 before he got on the scoresheet for a third time, only on this occasion it was...

McCormack sinks Boro in wild finale

FulhamFulham
MiddlesbroughMiddlesbrough
4
3
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Middlesbrough's hopes of automatic promotion were dealt a potentially fatal blow by Ross McCormack, who scored three including a stoppage-time winner as Fulham won 4-3 at Craven Cottage.

Boro thought they had clawed back a precious point when substitute Kike made it 3-3 with a minute to go.

But Aitor Karanka's side were punished for pressing for a winner when goalkeeper Dimitrios Konstantopoulos went up for a corner that was cleared, allowing McCormack to find the net at the other end.

It was a crazy...

Smith all but assures Fulham safety

BlackpoolBlackpool
FulhamFulham
0
1
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Fulham took a huge step towards Championship survival with a 1-0 win over already-relegated Blackpool at Bloomfield Road thanks to Matt Smith's early goal.

Smith's eighth-minute header was enough to secure the win, which put Fulham nine points clear of third-bottom Millwall. The Lions have three games left, but the Cottagers have a superior goal difference.

Blackpool are now without a win in their last 16 games and still require one point to equal the lowest tally ever posted since the second tier...

Fulham battle back to draw with Rotherham United

FulhamFulham
Rotherham UnitedRotherham United
1
1
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Ross McCormack scored to give Fulham a draw against Rotherham.

Rotherham missed out on a golden chance to ease their Championship relegation worries after being held to a 1-1 draw at Fulham.

Having taken a fourth-minute lead through Matt Derbyshire, the Millers created and missed a host of chances to put the game to bed in a dominant first half which had the Craven Cottage faithful calling for Kit Symons' head.

Derbyshire, Kirk Broadfoot and Danny Ward were all guilty of spurning glaring opportunities and they were made to pay as Ross McCormack struck a second-half...

Wigan earn draw at Fulham in Gary Caldwell's debut as manager

FulhamFulham
Wigan AthleticWigan Athletic
2
2
FT
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Gary Caldwell debuted as Wigan manager on Friday night.

Gary Caldwell may not be a miracle worker but he has at least breathed some life into Wigan after they twice came from behind to draw 2-2 at Fulham.

Former Latics defender Caldwell, the surprise choice to replace the axed Malky Mackay as manager earlier this week, has inherited a team stuck in the Championship bottom three and looking doomed to relegation.

The 32-year-old Scot must have feared the worst when he saw his side concede after just three minutes at Craven Cottage thanks to Ross McCormack's...