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Football: West Brom miss chance to go top with Blackburn draw

West Brom miss chance to go top with Blackburn draw

11/7/2020 8:39:00 PM

West Brom miss chance to go top with Blackburn draw

West Brom wich Albion missed the chance to go top of England 's second-tier Championship after being held to a 1-1 draw by Blackburn Rovers at Ewood ...

BookmarkREUTERS: West Bromwich Albion missed the chance to go top of England's second-tier Championship after being held to a 1-1 draw by Blackburn Rovers at Ewood Park on Saturday.Croatian Filip Krovinovic put West Brom ahead in the 41st minute with a volley following a well-crafted move from the right flank before Blackburn midfielder Joe Rothwell equalised in the 69th minute, getting on the end of a cut-back from Sam Gallagher.

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AdvertisementAdvertisementWest Brom are tied on 81 points with leaders Leeds United - who play at Swansea City on Sunday - but are second on goal difference.Earlier in the day, Brentford sealed a playoff spot and moved third, within three points of second-placed West Brom, after a 3-1 win at Derby County, their seventh consecutive victory.

Striker Ollie Watkins opened the scoring for Brentford before 19-year-old Jason Knight found the equaliser. Algerian winger Said Benrahma put the visitors back in the lead with two goals, including a curling effort from outside the box.Preston North End, in eighth, shared the spoils with fifth-placed Nottingham Forest after a 1-1 draw, while relegation-threatened Hull City suffered their third consecutive defeat, losing 1-0 to Millwall.

AdvertisementAdvertisementBottom club Barnsley played out a goalless draw with Wigan Athletic, who were reduced to 10 men after defender Danny Fox was sent off for a challenge on Elliot Simoes. The result capped a difficult week for Wigan, who became the first professional English club to enter administration in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.

On Friday, Luton Town climbed off the bottom of the table and within two points of the safety zone after a 2-0 win at Huddersfield Town, while fourth-placed Fulham beat Cardiff City 2-0 to remain two points behind Brentford. Read more: CNA »

Football: Norwich relegated from Premier League as four-goal Antonio lifts West HamNorwich were condemned to a record fifth relegation from the Premier League as Michail Antonio's four-goal blitz fired West Ham to a 4-0 win at ...

Football: Norwich relegated from Premier League as four-goal Antonio lifts West HamLONDON (AFP) - Norwich were condemned to a record fifth relegation from the Premier League as Michail Antonio's four-goal blitz fired West Ham to a 4-0 win at Carrow Road on Saturday (July 11).. Read more at straitstimes.com.

PAP scores narrow win against PSP in West Coast GRCWEST Coast GRC proved to be the hardest fought constituency in GE2020, with the People's Action Party (PAP) eking out its narrowest win in this election. Read more at The Business Times.

Two PSP candidates from West Coast GRC team to be offered NCMP seatsTwo Progress Singapore Party (PSP) candidates in West Coast GRC will be offered seats in Parliament as Non-Constituency MPs, as the “best losers” of the 2020 General Election. The five-member team lost the GRC to the PAP team led by Minister for Communications and...

GE2020: PAP narrowly wins West Coast GRC with 51.69% of the voteSINGAPORE — The People’s Action Party (PAP) held on to West Coast Group Representation Constituency (GRC) by a slim margin after a tough fight from the Progress Singapore Party (PSP), winning 51.69 per cent of the vote in the General Election.

GE2020: PAP narrowly wins West Coast GRC with 51.69% of the votesSINGAPORE — The People’s Action Party (PAP) held on to West Coast Group Representation Constituency (GRC) by a slim margin after a tough fight from the Progress Singapore Party (PSP), winning 51.69 per cent of the vote in the General Election.