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Wolves host Norwich City in Championship opener

Wolves lifted the League 1 trophy in 2014 Credit: EMPICS Sport

Wolves will host Norwich City in their first season back in the Championship on the 9th August.

The fixtures for the new season have been released this morning.

The derby games against Birmingham City will take place at Molineux on 1st November and at St Andrews 11th April.

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Leicester City host Everton in first Premier League game

Leicester City celebrate winning Championship season Credit: Tom Yates/PA Wire

Leicester City will host Everton at the King Power Stadium to start their Premier League campaign on August 16th.

The fixtures lists for next season have been released this morning.

The Foxes also will face Chelsea and Arsenal before the end of August.

See the full fixtures list for Leicester's first season back in the Premier League here.

Derby Wembley final tickets sell out in 54 minutes

A general view of Wembley Stadium where the Rams are headed on May 24. Credit: PA

Tickets for Derby's Championship play-off final have sold out in just 54 minutes.

The remaining 17,500 tickets for the Rams' crucial clash with QPR went on general sale at 9:00am.

A total of 37,249 tickets were allocated for the game at Wembley Stadium on Saturday 24th May.

The club say this morning's tickets went in record time.

Will Birmingham City stay in the Championship?

Lee Clark will be hoping Birmingham survive their match Credit: Mike Egerton/EMPICS Sport

Birmingham face Bolton today as they fight for survival in the Championship. They are currently in 22nd place in the relegation zone on 43 points.

If the Blues draw and Leicester beat Doncaster they will stay in the Championship on goal difference.

It will be a tough watch for many at 12:15pm today as the season comes down to the wire.

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Notts County boss 'positive for minor miracle'

The Notts County manager, Shaun Derry, has told ITV News Central that he is 'positive for a minor miracle' on the final day of the season.

He took over with Notts County deep in relegation trouble, but his side now need just a draw to stay in League One.

Derry spoke to ITV News Central sports correspondent, Steve Clamp, ahead of the match against Oldham Athletic.

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Notts County's relegation possibilities go down to final game of season

Notts County travel to Oldham tomorrow for their final game of the League One season.

The Magpies sit 19th in the league - two places above the relegation zone.

Notts County manager Shaun Derry Credit: Simon Cooper/EMPICS Sport

If they fail to get the victory they could potentially be relegated if other results go against them.

A draw would almost definitely be enough to secure their position in League One next season, again, depending on results from Tranmere and Crewe's matches.

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Can Leicester do Birmingham a favour by beating Doncaster?

As the Championship football season comes to an end tomorrow, Leicester City can afford to relax if they want to as their job is already done.

Nigel Pearson's side have been pretty much flawless all season with only six defeats from 45 matches.

Leicester City celebrating becoming League champions Credit: Tom Yates/PA Wire/Press Association Images

They secured both automatic promotion and the league title early. A win for them tomorrow would mean they finish the season with 102 points.

And that win, if it comes, would also do Birmingham City a favour if they get a draw away at Bolton Wanderers.

Birmingham City manager Lee Clark will be hoping Leicester beat Doncaster Credit: Mike Egerton/EMPICS Sport

Tomorrow, the Foxes host Doncaster Rovers who sit a point above the relegation zone in 21st place on 44 points.

Birmingham are fighting for survival in the Championship. They are in 22nd place in the relegation zone on 43 points.

Birmingham City players warming up Credit: Barrington Coombs/EMPICS Sport

If the Blues draw and Leicester beat Doncaster they will stay in the Championship on goal difference.

It will be a tough watch for many come 12:15 tomorrow as the season comes down to the wire.

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