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Brighton have re-ignited their Championship play-off hopes with a 3-nil win over Crystal Palace at The Amex Stadium.
Leonardo Ulloa and David Lopez scored in the first half. Ulloa then scored his second goal in the 50th minute.
Brighton's win today is their first in four games and first at home to Crystal Palace in 25 years.
Gus Poyet's side are now level on points with sixth-placed Leicester City. The Seagulls are trailing by goal difference.
A first half goal from Wayne Rooney was enough to secure a one-nil win over Reading at Old Trafford. It leaves the Royals second from bottom in the Premier League and seven points form safety.
Reading dismissed manager Brian McDermott before the game at Old Trafford.
It's hoped The Royals will announce McDermott's successor before the match against Arsenal on March 30th.
Southampton move seven points above the Premier League relegation zone with a 3-1 win over Liverpool at St Mary's.
The Saints have beaten Liverpool in four of the last five league games at home.
Aldershot lost one-nil at home to Wimbledon.
Gillingham remain top with a 1-all draw at Morecambe - but their lead is cut to four points.
Oxford United lost one-nil against Chesterfield.
Portsmouth remain in the league one relegation zone depite a one-all draw away to league leaders Doncaster.
AFC Bournemouth are back into a play-off spot with a one-nil win at Oldham.
Crawley drew 2-all away to Walsall.
Swindon face Yeovil on Tuesday.
Southampton gained an impressive win beating Liverpool 3-1 at St Mary's. It puts the Saints 7 points clear of the relegation zone.
Royals Academy manager, Eammon Dolan, is in charge for Reading's trip to Manchester United. It is a late kick-off at 17:30.