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Key eventsShow key events onlyPlease turn on JavaScript to use this featureLuton 0-1 Nottingham Forest Teden Mengi has made a terrific goalline clearance, the second by a Luton player today, to stop Anthony Elanga making it 2-0.ShareGOAL! Celtic 2-0 St Johnstone (Kuhn 46)Nicholas-Gerrit Kuhn’s goal should ensure that Celtic go top of the table tonight. Rangers are at Dundee tomorrow.ShareGOAL! SV Darmstadt 98 1-4 Bayern Munich (Gnabry 74)Serge Gnabry, who has just come on, makes it 4-1 after a clever through ball from Jamal Musiala.ShareLeague One: Lincoln 3-0 Bristol Rovers“Obviously you can’t cover everyone,” says Tom Hopkins, “but I wanted to give a quick shout out to Lincoln City: 14 goals in the last two and a half games! I would…..quite like my team not to have to face them in the play offs.”ShareGOAL! SV Darmstadt 98 1-3 Bayern Munich (Musiala 64)After flirting with fresh embarrassment in the first half, Bayern look like they’re on course for victory.ShareChampionship report: Swansea 2-0 CardiffShareIt’s half-time in most of our featured games, and these are the latest scores.Premier LeagueBurnley 1-0 Brentford (Reguilon sent off)Luton 0-1 Nottingham ForestChampionshipIpswich 3-0 Sheffield WednesdayLeague OneDerby 0-0 BoltonPeterborough 0-0 PortsmouthScottish PremiershipCeltic 1-0 St JohnstoneBundesligaSV Darmstadt 98 1-2 Bayern Munich (2.30pm)La LigaOsasuna 1-2 Real Madrid (3.15pm)ShareUpdated at 11.53 EDTBurnley 1-0 BrentfordDavid Fofana almost does a Gary Crosby! Well, sort of. He lurked behind the Brentford keeper Mark Flekken, waiting for him to drop the ball at his feet. When he did so Fofana appeared from nowhere to nick the ball… and then slipped over. A few minutes later he missed an open goal from Assignon’s cross, so he’s not having his finest hour.ShareUpdated at 12.07 EDTGOAL! Ipswich 3-0 Sheff Wed (Broadhead 45+1)That’ll do. Nathan Broadhead finishes a crisp move to give Ipswich a surely unassailable lead at Portman Road. This is what it means at the top of the Championship table.ShareBurnley 1-0 Brentford Now Muric has made a fantastic save to deny Yoane Wissa and maintain Burnley’s lead at Turf Moor.ShareBurnley 1-0 Brentford One moment to look out for on the highlights – a comical, blind backpass from Dara O’Shea that was going into the net until the Burnley keeper Arijanet Muric made a desperate sliding clearance on the line.ShareGOAL DISALLOWED! Luton 0-1 Nottm ForestTeden Mengi has had a goal disallowed for handball. It sounds like a fairly straightforward decision, one that the referee Darren England made on the field. Mengi controlled a corner with his arm, almost certainly not on purpose, and volleyed in from close range.ShareUpdated at 11.46 EDTGOAL! Celtic 1-0 St Johnstone (Kyogo 40)Celtic were five minutes away from the ignominy of a goaless first half; Kyogo Furuhashi has rescued them.ShareGOAL! Ipswich 2-0 Sheff Wed (Burgess 37)Cameron Burgess scores from close range to double Ipswich’s lead. They are on course to move ahead of second-placed Leeds, who play Millwall tomorrow.SharePremier League If the results stay the same, Forest will jump above Everton and Brentford into 15th place and Luton will be four points adrift of Everton having played a game more. I was going to say Luton really can’t afford to lose today, but who knows what might happen with the points deductions.ShareBurnley 1-0 Brentford Apparently the technology didn’t break down earlier on; PGMOL say they were checking offside which is why the penalty appeal didn’t appear on the screen. On Sky, Mike Dean looks less than convinced.ShareGOAL! Luton 0-1 Nottm Forest (Wood 34)Chris Wood has scored a B.I.G. goal for Forest at Kenilworth Road. Gibbs-White made it with an early cross on the turn, and Wood stretched to volley past Kaminski with the outside of his right foot.Wood fires Forest ahead! Photograph: Paul Childs/Action Images/ReutersShareUpdated at 11.48 EDTGOAL! Osasuna 1-2 Real Madrid (Carvajal 18)Dani Carvajal has restored Real’s lead with a neat finish after excellent play from Fede Valverde.ShareUpdated at 11.35 EDTLuton 0-0 Nottm Forest This sounds like a cracking game, and Jordan Clark has just made an outstanding goalline clearance to deny Divock Origi.ShareThe latest scores in our featured gamesPremier LeagueBurnley 1-0 BrentfordLuton 0-0 Nottingham ForestChampionshipIpswich 1-0 Sheffield WednesdayLeague OneDerby 0-0 BoltonPeterborough 0-0 PortsmouthScottish PremiershipCeltic 0-0 St JohnstoneBundesligaSV Darmstadt 98 1-2 Bayern MunichLa LigaOsasuna 1-1 Real MadridShareSV Darmstart 98 1-2 Bayern Munich Harry Kane’s 31st goal is a new record for a player in his first Bundesliga season. It will be beyond perverse if, as looks likely, he wins bugger all this season.ShareGOAL! Osasuna 1-1 Real Madrid (Budimir 7)That didn’t take long either. Ante Budimir has equalised for Osasuna after a corner was screwed back across goal towards him. He finished smartly with his left foot.ShareUpdated at 11.25 EDTLuton 0-0 Nottm Forest Now Forest have had a couple of chances, the best of which (apparently) was headed wide by Willy Boly.ShareGOAL! Osasuna 0-1 Real Madrid (Vinicius Jr 4)That didn’t take long. The last Osasuna defender farts around on the ball, mistaking himself for Morten Olsen. Vinicius Junior disabuses him of that notion by nicking the ball and running through to score with ease.ShareUpdated at 11.21 EDTGOAL! Ipswich 1-0 Sheff Wed (Hutchinson 15)A win is essential for promotion-chasing Ipswich today; Omari Hutchinson has put them on their way.ShareGOAL! SV Darmstadt 98 1-2 Bayern Munich (Kane 45+1)Harry Kane scores his 31st league goal of the season to give Bayern the lead. Typical goal: sharp movement and a stooping header into the corner from Joshua Kimmich’s cross.ShareUpdated at 11.18 EDTLuton 0-0 Nottm Forest Ross Barkley has hit the post for Luton, who continue to dominate according to the man on TV who is actually able to watch the game.ShareThe latest scores in our featured gamesPremier LeagueBurnley 1-0 BrentfordLuton 0-0 Nottingham ForestChampionshipIpswich 0-0 Sheffield WednesdayLeague OneDerby 0-0 BoltonPeterborough 0-0 PortsmouthScottish PremiershipCeltic 0-0 St JohnstoneBundesligaSV Darmstadt 98 1-1 Bayern Munich (2.30pm)La LigaOsasuna v Real Madrid (3.15pm)ShareUpdated at 11.13 EDTLuton 0-0 Nottm Forest Luton are on top, it says here, but it’s still goalless at Kenilworth Road.ShareGOAL! Burnley 1-0 Brentford (Bruun Larsen 10 pen)Jacob Bruun Larsen hits an excellent penalty to give Burnley the lead. Mark Flekken went the right way but the boy Gadget woiuld have done well to save that.Jacob Bruun Larsen makes no mistake from the spot. Photograph: Matt McNulty/Getty ImagesShareUpdated at 11.16 EDTREGUILON SENT OFF!Burnley 0-0 Brentford That’s a big moment because most people would have fancied Brentford to win today and put some distance between themselves and Luton/Forest. Not any more.ShareThe monitor is working! It sounds like Reguilon is in big trouble because he kneed and pushed Vitinho from behind; as he wasn’t trying to play the ball directly, he should be sent off.ShareGOAL! SV Darmstadt 1-1 Bayern Munich (Musiala 36)I take it all back; Harry Kane has made an equaliser for Jamal Musiala.ShareVAR FARCE INCOMING!Burnley 0-0 Brentford The referee has been asked to look at a potential Burnley penalty – but the monitor isn’t working. Oh lordy. It sounds like it’s a clear penalty and a potential red card for Sergio Reguilon.uh-oh. bad news for Burnley! Photograph: Peter Powell/ReutersShareUpdated at 11.15 EDTGOAL! SV Darmstadt 98 1-0 Bayern Munich (Skarke 28)Oh, Bayern. They’ye fallen behind to the bottom club Darmstadt and could be able to slip even further behind Leverkusen. Tim Skarke finished coolly after a thrilling run from Mathias Honsak.ShareUpdated at 11.11 EDTHello everyone. Thanks to Taha for doing the sour metres, to borrow Soren Busk’s memorable expression. Now it’s time for goalflashes galore. Talking of which…ShareOK, Rob’s in to take over from me, having already had plenty of fun watching the madness at Molineux. Here’s Ben Fisher’s report from there.ShareThe teams for the 3pm Premier League kick-offs, in case you were wondering:ShareGOAL! Swansea 2-0 Cardiff (Lowe 90+6)It’s all over in the South Wales derby, with Jamal Lowe adding a second for Swansea in added time. He hurried down the left wing, cut into the box, skipped past the keeper and slotted in to cue jubilant scenes among the home support.ShareAnywho, here’s an interesting piece on which sides have it toughest in the Premier League run-in – and it’s not looking all that great for Luton. Brentford, Forest and Everton face the easiest, fourth-easiest and fifth-easiest run-ins, respectively, according to our model. They all have to play all three of the promoted sides, so there will be a huge amount of pressure on those matches against Luton. Luton’s hopes may ultimately hinge on whether Forest end up, like Everton, being given a points deduction. ShareUpdated at 10.21 EDTMY WORD! Coventry have won 3-2 at Molineux. Sorry, I know I should be focused on my stuff but you…

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