Overview-Championship Game week 24

Time is on your side in the search for Champion of the second half of season

Here are twelve matches to suit different local football fans’ taste and every goal on this boxing day 

The clock is ticking down to the games on match days before the end of 2018 and the 1st January 2019. As a loyal football supporter, the rush of festive ticket ordering is under way. If it is unsuccessful, please thinking of what to show in iFollow in EFL and your club website. Although the match results will never please everybody, an overview is a piece of summary that is sure to be received warmly to our readers.

Jota is back, Blues grab a 2-goal victory

Garry Monk welcomed Jota to squad and start to build their momentum back. Thanks to goalscorer Jacques Maghoma and Omar Bogle to take the blues to the highest season position in 7th.

A drop zone line is tight as ever

10 points are just a difference in the table between the bottom six clubs.  A goal from Gary O’Neil is enough to see off Rotherham although Sammy Ameobi’s lead canceled by Will Vaulks’s leveller. 

Pisano’s first taste of goal in England

Eros Pisano scored his first ever goal for Bristol City in front of the game against Brentford. But the Bees’ leading scorer Neal Maupay replied in the second half to earn his side a point. 

All to play for, an uneasy win for the Whites

If Leeds United can be the first team to promote and secure a top two finish, the result against Blackburn Rovers could be significant.

A final score favourable enough to move the Whites into the 3 point difference between second place Norwich City. The scoreline is 3-2. But Skipper Charlie Mulgrew scored a free-kick to get a level from a own goal down and even put Rovers ahead by his strike from the spot. Only in the dying minutes, Kemar Roofe helped the Leeds back to the winning way by his quick double in a short period of stoppage added time. 

Manager-less Owls, Reach scored negative-less

After snatching a clean sheet from last Preston match, Sheffield Wednesday have claimed the third clean sheet home and away in all league this season.They claim their 2nd successive win in a row with 1-0 victory over Middlesbrough.

Reading lose while his new boss saw two red-carded players

Hull City built on an impressive run in last couple of matches to pile pressure on misery Reading in the crunch match of boxing day. Two sent-off occasions are tolled to the Jose Gomes’s side more burden in cold conditions. 

Reading’s player Leandro Bacuna was the pick of one of two victims, facing suspension in next match. Another player, Tyler Blackett cannot prevent the suspension after tackling down Jed Wallace illegally who found the net in the first half. 

Millwall ended their 8-match winless run and snubbed the new boss winning start. 

A thriller end in Carrow Road

The canaries overturned three goals deficit and escape with a draw to stay where last time they are. On the contrary, Nottingham Forest could not benefit from a point while midland rival Birmingham, Aston Villa and three of other top four are win and are overtaken by the Reds’ bid to stay closer to the top six.

Tiger won three out of last three

Nigel Adkin’s side winning run is now up to 3 matches successively. Jorde De Wijs returned to Hull City defence and showed solidarity in the face of Preston challenge. Jackson Irvine edged out by his goals in both half to fire in-form Tigers to leapfrog the Lilywhites in 15th.

 McClaren wrapped a win with clean sheet

Disappointed Paul Lambert saw his side conceding a goal from set-piece again. In several occasions, QPR had already shown the ability to find the net from free kick. However, 3-0 scoreline did not mean the difference between both side. The Rangers’ scorer includes Wszolek, Lynch and Wells. 

Unchanged Sheffield United finally won once in last three

The Blades captain Billy Sharp found the net again within 4 days after the draw in Ipswich Town on Saturday. His strike partner David McGoldrick helped Chris Wilder’s side back in front after Harry Wilson’s free-kick goal. Nevertheless, the substitute Leon Clarke also put this game in safe after scoring with his header.

Villa head home with a whim of game change

Aston Villa needed to rediscover their edge and sense of discipline as they headed home after  heading in front by Conor Hourihane. 

WBA break their maiden clean sheet in away game and win 2-0 

Darren Moore could be more than happy to find out their second clean sheet at home with 52 league goals team to wrap a win with Jay Rodriguez grabbing a double.

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