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ENGLISH LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP

2016/2017 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
1 Brighton 21 8 4 71
2 Newcastle 22 4 7 70
3 Huddersfield 20 5 8 65
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Norwich CityNorwich City
Newcastle UnitedNewcastle United
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2
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Wolverhampton WanderersWolverhampton Wanderers
Newcastle UnitedNewcastle United
0
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Newcastle UnitedNewcastle United
Derby CountyDerby County
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Newcastle UnitedNewcastle United
Queens Park RangersQueens Park Rangers
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2
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Oxford UnitedOxford United
Newcastle UnitedNewcastle United
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0
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Newcastle UnitedNewcastle United
Rotherham UnitedRotherham United
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Newcastle UnitedNewcastle United
Birmingham CityBirmingham City
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BrentfordBrentford
Newcastle UnitedNewcastle United
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Magpies pinch point with late rally against Robins

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Sky Bet Championship leaders Newcastle recovered from being two goals down at home to draw 2-2 with struggling Bristol City.

The Robins took a surprise two-goal lead in the first half at St James' Park through Aaron Wilbraham and David Cotterill.

But a second-half own goal from Korey Smith and a Ciaran Clark strike secured a vital point that keeps Rafael Benitez's men on top of the table - at least for a few hours.

With trips to Brighton, Huddersfield and Reading up next, three points at home to struggling...

 By Chris Wright

Newcastle troll Aston Villa's Henri Lansbury on Twitter after own goal

Newcastle comfortably saw off Aston Villa to go top of the Championship on Monday night, cruising to a straightforward 2-0 victory at St James' Park.

Villa were a massive 30 points behind their opponents going into the fixture, with an own goal from new signing Henri Lansbury helping to make sure his side's dismal winless run was duly extended to nine games by the end of the night.

Rather unsportingly, Newcastle's official Twitter account chose to troll Lansbury after the match by posting a photo...

Newcastle return to Championship summit after victory over Aston Villa

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Aston VillaAston Villa
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Newcastle United reclaimed top spot in the Championship following a hard-earned 2-0 win over struggling Aston Villa at St James' Park.

The Villans' wait for a league win in 2017 continued as Yoan Gouffran's seventh goal of the season three minutes before half-time was followed by a nightmare own goal from Henri Lansbury just before the hour.

Lansbury, the former Nottingham Forest midfielder signed in January, was left humiliated on the line as he helped in Jamaal Lascelles' effort that hit the post,...

 By PA Sport

Newcastle's promotion rivals' wins 'getting irritating now' - Jack Colback

Jack Colback
Jack Colback's Newcastle side currently sit second in the Championship table, five points above Huddersfield in third.

Newcastle midfielder Jack Colback is growing increasingly irritated at the refusal of the chasing pack in the race for promotion to the Premier League to go away.

The Magpies and Brighton have set the pace at the top of the table for several months now, but having established a significant gap between themselves and the rest, they have been unable to break away with Huddersfield, Reading, Leeds and Sheffield Wednesday still hot on their heels.

Colback, who will hope to retain his place in the starting...

Norwich City 2-2 Newcastle United

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Newcastle skipper Jamaal Lascelles spared goalkeeper Karl Darlow's blushes with an 80th-minute equaliser as a pulsating SkyBet Championship game at Norwich ended in a 2-2 draw,

Lascelles volleyed home at the back post after the hosts had hit back from falling behind to an Ajose Perez goal after just 23 seconds.

Jacob Murphy equalised after 12 minutes before an awful error from Darlow, who miss-kicked a routine clearance, gifted Norwich the lead seven minutes later.

Cameron Jerome will never have scored...