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Hull City vs Cardiff, Watford vs Leeds & Championship Finale: Open Thread

npower championship 600x337 Hull City vs Cardiff, Watford vs Leeds & Championship Finale: Open Thread

There’s no early kick-off in the Premier League today (first match is at 10am ET), so if you’re up early and want to see some quality soccer coverage and you have beIN SPORT, you’re in for a treat.

Kicking off at 7:45am ET are three matches of monumental consequences:

  • Hull City vs Cardiff City — a win for Hull will be enough to see them promoted to the Premier League; Cardiff are already promoted,
  • Watford vs Leeds United — if Hull slip up against Cardiff, Watford has a golden opportunity to get promoted instead with a win; a draw also could be good enough depending on the score of the Hull game,
  • Crystal Palace vs Peterborough — Peterborough need to get points to avoid relegation, while Palace are hoping to cement a play-off place.

The Hull-Cardiff game is on beIN SPORT, Watford vs Leeds is on the Spanish version of beIN SPORT, while Palace-Peterborough is on live streaming at http://live.beinsportplay.tv/

Ross Dyer and Ian Joy will be commentating the Hull-Cardiff match.

All three matches should be firecrackers!


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