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Everton 4-0 Sunderland
Newcastle 2-0 Bolton
Hull City 2-1 Middlesbrough
Hartlepool 0-0 Brentford
Darlington could be relegated today if things don't go their way at Lincoln City. The Quakers haven't won in 16. But relegation is the least of their worries. With only 15 days left a fans group still needs to find more than half of the 750,000 needed to save the club.
In the championship it is almost make or break for Middlesbrough. They need to win at Hull City to keep their play-off hopes alive. They are only one point outside them but without a win in seven and Tony Mowbray knows the pressure is on.
Sunderland FC play at home against Spurs in the Premier League this weekend.
Martin O'Neill hopes the Black Cats will cement their place in the top half of the table over the holiday weekend.
Newcastle United boss Alan Pardew says he doesn't think his side will earn a Champions League place this season because the gap between them and the Premier League's top four is "too big to breach".
Sunderland Manager Martin O'Neill says his team need to start a "new adventure" after this week's disppointing FA Cup exit.
The Black Cats were well beaten By Everton in Tuesday Night's Quarter-final replay, which was screened live on ITV1.
Tomorrow, the Wearsiders head for title-chasing Manchester City. O'Neill fully accepts the scale of the task ahead at the Etihad Stadium, but this morning he rejected suggestions that Sunderland's season is effectively over.
The Ulsterman is anxious to match last season's 10th place premier league finish, or better it, and he expects his players to remain focussed during the run in.
Middlesbrough Manager Tony Mowbray discusses what he thinks is the formula needed to achieve promotion to the Premier League.