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Football: Oxford United's 3 - 0 victory sends them to League One

Oxford United's Cheyenne Dunkley (left) and Chris Maguire celebrate promotion Credit: Paul Harding/PA Wire

Oxford United beat Wycombe Wanderers 3 - 0 in front of thousands of fans in a sell-out crowd at the Kassam Stadium. The U's performance sends them up into League One.

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Football: Brighton's fate to be decided in play offs

Brighton & Hove Albion's Dale Stephens (centre) scored the side's only goal at the Riverside Stadium Credit: Anna Gowthorpe/PA Wire

Brighton and Hove Albion have narrowly missed out on automatic promotion to football's Premier League today after drawing one all at Middlesbrough. The Seagulls' fate will now be decided in the play offs.

Football: Derby Day holds Oxford's fate

The view from outside the Kassam Stadium Credit: Paul Harding/PA Wire

Oxford United Football Club are one of three teams battling it out for automatic promotion from League Two.

The U's face local rivals Wycombe Wanderers in a sell-out game at the Kassam Stadium in Oxford. If they match or better Bristol Rovers result they will be assured a place in League One.

Ahead of today's 3pm kick off Michael Appleton's side sit in third place - one point above Bristol Rovers.

'Fantastic atmosphere' at Brighton's Amex Stadium

Fans watch Brighton's clash with Middlesbrough on big screen at Amex Stadium

Football fans have gathered at the home ground of Brighton & Hove Albion Football Club to watch their side's clash with Middlesbrough on the big screen. It's being described as an event with a 'fantastic atmosphere'.

Fans watch the match with bated breath
Fans gaze in wonder at match

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Football: Seagulls away - Winner takes all on Teesside

The fans at Middlebrough v Brighton & Hove Albion Credit: Anna Gowthorpe/PA Wire

It's a case of winner takes all at Middlesbrough's Riverside Stadium today where Brighton & Hove Albion football club know a win can take them into the Premier League.

Chris Hughton's side are competing for football's most lucrative prize - a promotion worth more than 150 million pounds.

Middlesbrough and Brighton are level on points in the Championship's second and third spots - victory for Brighton will send them up, anything less means their fate lies in the play offs.

Saints' 1976 FA Cup win parade to be recreated

Open top bus parade through Spouthampton in 1976 after Saints' FA Cup win

A goal from Bobby Stokes sparked amazing crowd scenes in 1976, the year in which Southampton Football Club won the the FA Cup.

The parade is being recreated this Sunday - 1st May 2016 - with players of the time back onboard that bus. Among the footballers we spoke to ahead the event are Jim Steele, Hugh Fisher, Nick Holmes and David Peach.

Remembering footballer Bobby Stokes as Saints mark 40th anniversary of FA Cup win

Bobby Stokes holds the FA Cup high after Southampton FC's 1976 win

This weekend marks the 40th anniversary of Southampton's F.A. Cup win of 1976. The city's streets were lined with fans celebrating.

It was thanks to a goal by Bobby Stokes, a man who was loved by both Southampton and Portsmouth fans. Andrew Pate spoke to Mark Sanderson, the author of a new book about Bobby's life.

Oxford United manager: All we want to focus on is the next two games

Oxford United face Carlisle at the weekend

Oxford United Football Club's players could secure promotion from League Two if they win at Carlisle on Saturday and other results go their way.

The football club has two league matches remaining and if the side wins both, the players will definitely secure promotion. But if results go badly, Bristol Rovers and Plymouth are among the clubs hoping to exploit any slips. Chris Maughan spoke to the U's manager Michael Appleton before the team set off for Carlisle.

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