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ENGLISH LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP

2018/2019 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
16 Blackburn 12 11 15 47
17 QPR 12 8 18 44
18 Birmingham 12 14 12 41
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Leeds UnitedLeeds United
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Birmingham CityBirmingham City
3
1
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BrentfordBrentford
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2
1
FT
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2
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Sheffield WednesdaySheffield Wednesday
4
2
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Watford reach FA Cup quarterfinals as Capoue goal downs QPR

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Etienne Capoue's goal right before halftime against Queens Park Rangers would be all Watford would need to progress to the FA Cup quarterfinals.

Premier League side Watford were made to sweat to beat lowly Championship club Queens Park Rangers 1-0 on Friday and book their spot in the FA Cup quarterfinals for the second time in four seasons.

Watford had possession in the first half but struggled to make any inroads against the solid home defence until Etienne Capoue swept a low shot into the net in first half stoppage time.

QPR turned the tables after the break, controlling the midfield but lacking the final touch up front.

Watford, who have...

Ebere Eze at the heart of Nigeria's dual citizen debate

Queens Park Rangers' Eberechi Eze, who some consider Nigeria's great attacking midfield hope, is one step away from being lost to the Super Eagles.

The midfielder has been called up by the England under-20 selectors, and is expected to make his cadet bow in two friendlies this week.

If that happens, it will mean a significantly more convoluted route to navigate if the Greenwich-born 20-year-old is to suit up in green and white.

Not unexpectedly, this has led to a bit of friction between the Nigeria...