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27th April

Jazz Richards featured in a seven-goal thriller as Fulham beat Middlesbrough 4-3 at Craven Cottage in the Championship.
Richards, in his 13th appearance, played for the full 90 minutes as the Cottagers dealt a big blow to Boro's automatic promotion hopes.
Fulham, who had led 3-1, scored the winner in added-on time as former Swans loanee keeper Dimi Konstantopolous was sent up for a corner only for the hosts to clear for Ross McCormack to seal his hat-trick.
Dwight Tiendalli, meanwhile, was an unused sub for Boro who sit level on points with second-placed Bournemouth, who play their game in hand against Bolton tonight.
Fulham, who only recently fought off the threat of relegation, could finish as high as 15th if results go their way on the final day.
In League One, Liam Shephard, Stephen Kingsley and Josh Sheehan all started in Yeovil's 2-1 defeat by Rochdale.
Shephard was presented with the Young Player of the Year award after the game following impressive displays in his 19 appearances for the Glovers, who have been relegated from League One.
Ryan Hedges was an unused sub as Leyton Orient's survival hopes will go down to the last day following a 1-1 draw with Sheffield United.
Orient are two points behind fifth-bottom Notts County ahead of their final-day trip to Swindon Town.
Alan Tate's Crewe boosted their chances of avoiding the drop after a 3-1 win at Coventry City.
Tate, who is currently injured, saw his team move out of the bottom four thanks to this victory.
They are now two points clear of fourth-bottom Crawley, with a home clash against Bradford City left to come on Saturday.
Finally, in League Two, Rory Donnelly featured for Tranmere as they dropped out of the Football League for the first time in 94 years.
Donnelly, who has scored five goals in 19 appearances, couldn't save Tranmere from going down to a 3-2 defeat at Plymouth, which meant Rovers were consigned to relegation.