Wolves set to seal Premier League return against Midlands rivals

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The leaders have taken the division by storm this season although their success is not without controversy following their tie-up with Portuguese super-agent Jorge Mendes.

Sitting 12 points clear before the start of Saturday's Championship fixtures, Wolves were waiting on the outcome at Craven Cottage after Cardiff City had moved into second earlier in the day by winning at Norwich City.

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The US was also anxious that the strikes would prompt a confrontation with Syria's biggest military ally: Russian Federation . French Defense Minister Florence Parly said that "with our allies, we ensured that the Russians were warned ahead of time".

"Not legal and fair [to] let one team owned by a fund who has shares in the biggest players' agency with evident benefits (top European clubs giving players with options to buy. why the other 23 teams can't have the same treatment?)".

Yet if second-placed Fulham fail to beat Brentford at home on Sunday morning (Singapore time), Wolves could even be celebrating promotion before their match.

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The dominant start was rewarded when City took the lead in the 22nd in a manner not out of the usual Guardiola playbook. But a United defeat against Bournemouth in midweek or a City win over Swansea next Sunday would wrap up the silverware.

The first Championship side to secure promotion to the English Premier League has been revealed. Ikeme's team-mates have occupied top spot in the Championship since October and achieved promotion with four games to spare.

Millwall extended their 17-game unbeaten league run with a 1-1 draw at Sheffield United to remain in the final playoff place.

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Fact-finding teams from the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons are scheduled to visit Douma on Saturday to investigate the incident.

While the Blues have seen a recent upturn in fortunes under new boss Garry Monk, they could sit in the Championship's bottom three should they lose this weekend.

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