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Stoke City goalkeeper Asmir Begovic is to officially launch his own charity this evening.
The aim of the charity is to enable the building and improvement of recreational facilities for youngsters in England and also Bosnia and Herzegovina, the country where Asmir was born.
Earlier this month, Begovic scored a spectacular long-shot goal and joined the exclusive group of goalkeepers who have scored in the Premier League.
Notts County have confirmed their League 1 home game against Gillingham has been moved from Tuesday 28 January, 2014 to Saturday 7 December, 2013.
In today's League One encounter, Coventry City were held to a 3-3 draw away at Bradford City, as a late penalty earned the home side a draw.
Coventry went into an early two goal lead through, Andy Webster and Leon Clarke. The Sky Blues were pegged back by Nahki Wells, who capitalised on some poor defending to level the scores.
Callum Wilson put Coventry in front again before half time thanks to a fierce drive, and they looked to be holding on for the win, before referee Kevin Friend awarded Bradford a penalty in the dying seconds. Nahki Well converted from the spot for his hat-trick, to send Coventry home with a point.
The Sky Blues now sit 12th in League One.
- Notts County 0 - 1 Wolverhampton Wanderers
- Port Vale 3 - 1 Shrewsbury
- Dagenham & Redbridge 2 - 0 Burton Albion
- Mansfield Town 1 - 3 Oxford United
- Northampton Town 1 - 0 Fleetwood Town
- Torquay United 0 - 2 Chesterfield
- Wycombe Wanderers 1 - 2 Cheltenham Town
League One - Click here for the latest scores
- Notts County v Wolverhampton Wanderers
- Port Vale v Shrewsbury Town
League Two - Click here for the latest scores
- Dagenham & Redbridge v Burton Albion
- Mansfield Town v Oxford United
- Northampton Town v Fleetwood Town
- Torquay United v Chesterfield
- Wycombe Wanderers v Cheltenham Town
Birmingham City Ladies will make history tonight when they play their first ever match at St. Andrew's Stadium.
The ladies team are hosting a Russian side in the Women's Champions League, and go into the game with a two-nil lead from the first-leg in Moscow.
A suspected stomach virus at St George's Park in Staffordshire means arrangements for the England team to train there have been cancelled.
The team was due to train at the new facility in Burton-Upon-Trent ahead of friendlies against Germany and Chile - but will now train in Watford today before moving to Colney.