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Live Reporting

By Adam Williams, Ian Woodcock and Josh Hunt

All times stated are UK

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  1. Seconds out

    Well, are we any closer to knowing which three teams will reach the promised land of the Premier League?

    Some issues have been decided tonight around the Football League, others still have some more twists and turns to come.

    Make sure you get a full picture of what tonight's results have meant by checking out the reports in all three divisions on the BBC Sport website.

    Until next time, thanks for stopping by.

  2. Recap

    Burnley 1-1 Middlesbrough

    Jordan Rhodes

    A night of late drama at Turf Moor between the Championship's top two.

    Jordan Rhodes' opener looked to have sent Middlesbrough four points clear at the top with 20 minutes to play.

    But, in the second minute of stoppage time, Michael Keane directed the ball in after it bounced around in the Middlesbrough six-yard box from a corner for Burnley.

    Read the full report of an eventful night in Lancashire right here.

  3. Championship relegation battle

    It's pretty much done and dusted, with Charlton down and MK Dons nine points from safety, but Bristol City, Rotherham and Fulham fans can't relax quite yet.

    Championship bottom six
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  5. Heading for the play-offs and heading down

    Hull City and Derby County have confirmed their places in the Championship play-offs thanks to wins at Reading and Bristol City respectively.

    At the bottom, Charlton are gone but MK Dons can mathematically still stay up if they win all three of their remaining games. A big ask given that they've not won in seven.

  6. CHARLTON RELEGATED

    FT: Bolton 0-0 Charlton

    Charlton can't find a way to break through the Bolton defence, and their four-year stay in the Championship has come to an end.

    The Addicks were second-best for much of tonight's game, with Simon Makienok's first-half header the closest they came to opening the scoring.

    Bolton rarely tested goalkeeper Nick Pope at the other end, their best chance coming when Darren Pratley was inches away from making contact with Oscar Threlfeld's cross along the six-yard box.

  7. Bolton 0-0 Charlton

    Charlton are into three minutes of injury time at Bolton, but another corner comes to nothing as Rob Holding heads clear.

    The ball drops to Jordan Cousins, who fires off target from outside the area. 

    Charlton will be relegated into League One unless they can find a winner.

  8. Championship table

    So, that late Michael Keane equaliser for Burnley pushes Brighton back to third and means just two points separate the top three. 

    Don't forget, Middlesbrough host Brighton on the final day of the season too...exciting finish in store...yep.

    Championship top six 2147
  9. 'It's been Brighton's night'

    Quote Message: I couldn't help but be impressed with both teams here at Turf Moor tonight. But it's been Brighton's night elsewhere. Can they keep it going for the final three games and keep the pressure on these top two teams who made it a great night to be involved in. from Kevin Kilbane Former Sunderland and Everton midfielder on BBC Radio 5 live sports extra
    Kevin KilbaneFormer Sunderland and Everton midfielder on BBC Radio 5 live sports extra
  10. Bolton 0-0 Charlton

    Chalrton win their first corner of the second-half, but Callum Harriott's delivery is easily cleared away by the Bolton defence.

    Rod Fanni then shoots wide for the visitors, who are now starting to push bodies forward as the game approaches full-time.

  11. League One round-up

    Callum Saunders heads in a late equaliser for Crewe against Colchester to leave the U's eight points adrift of safety with three games to play.

    Burton draw 1-1 with leaders Wigan in the clash between the top two at the Pirelli Stadium, but third-placed Walsall can't take advantage as they are also held to a 1-1 draw by Swindon.

    Elsewhere, Barnsley's George Williams scored an injury-time winner to boost the Tykes play-off hopes with a 1-0 victory over 10-man Peterborough.

  12. FT: Burnley 1-1 Middlesbrough

    Quote Message: It probably lacked a bit of quality in the final third, but it had tension, it had passion, everything you'd expect from a game towards the end of the season. On reflection, a draw is probably a fair scoreline. What a great game to be involved in. from Kevin Kilbane Former Sunderland and Everton midfielder on BBC Radio 5 live sports extra
    Kevin KilbaneFormer Sunderland and Everton midfielder on BBC Radio 5 live sports extra
  13. FULL-TIME

    Burnley 1-1 Middlesbrough

    And six minutes of added time are up at Turf Moor.

    Burnley's unbeaten run stretches to 20 games courtesy of Michael Keane's stoppage time leveller. 

    Middlesbrough's run of six consecutive wins ends. Both sides stay in the top two.

  14. York safe (for the moment)

    League Two

    The game at Bootham Crescent finishes 3-1 to York, meaning the Minstermen are safe for another week at least.

    Newport's 1-1 draw with Oxford United, means they remain nine points from safety with three games left.

    A tough, near impossible task, but you never know.

  15. FULL-TIME

    Brighton 4-0 QPR

    As things stand, Brighton remain third in the Championship despite registering their fourth successive win.

    The Seagulls were ruthless in dismantling QPR thanks to two goals from Anthony Knockaert and a goal apiece from Jiri Skalak and Connor Goldson.

    Despite Burnley's late leveller against Middlesbrough, Brighton know if they win their next three games they will be in the Premier League for the first time in their history.

  16. Bolton 0-0 Charlton

    Oscar Threlkeld does well to fashion an opportunity for Bolton, but his low cross is just out of the reach of Darren Pratley.

    The hosts still look the more team to grab a goal in the last ten minutes.

  17. GOAL (Keane)

    Burnley 1-1 Middlesbrough

    Michael Keane equalises

    PANDEMONIUM AT TURF MOOR IN STOPPAGE TIME!

    Michael Keane forces in a late, late equaliser for Burnley from a corner and they're level in the second minute of stoppage time.

    Corner in from the left and it bounces around the six-yard area before going in off Keane's knee at the far post.

  18. MK Dons hanging on

    Sheffield Wednesday 0-0 MK Dons

    MK Dons will not go down tonight if things remain goalless at Hillsborough, but with Rotherham level against Huddersfield, they look certain to be nine points from safety with three games left.

    I wouldn't rate their chances.

  19. Burnley 0-1 Middlesbrough

    Into stoppage time at Turf Moor.

    SIX MINUTES TO BE ADDED ON!!!!

  20. SUBSTITUTION

    Bolton 0-0 Charlton

    Charlton need a goal in the last 15 minutes, so head coach Jose Riga makes his final change, bringing on Morocco international Zakrya Bergdich for Igor Vetokele.

    Bolton haven't created much going forward either in the last few minutes, but they look comfortable at the back.