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Summary

  1. Fulham relegated after defeat at Watford
  2. Wolves beat Man Utd for second time in three games
  3. Chelsea v Brighton, Man City v Cardiff, Tottenham v Crystal Palace (19:45 BST)
  4. Get Involved: #bbcfootball or text 81111 (UK only)

Live Reporting

By Ben Collins

All times stated are UK

  1. Bye for now

    So that's it for the time being. Thanks for joining us and letting us know your thoughts on Fulham being relegated from the Premier League and how you think the run-in will pan out.

    We'll be back later with live text commentary on Wednesday's Premier League games, with Manchester City, Chelsea and Tottenham all in action.

    Until then, I'll leave you with our top football stories at the moment:

  2. Spurs make stadium bow

    Tottenham v Crystal Palace (19:45 GMT)

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    Video caption: 'Possibly the best stadium in the world' - Spurs fans on new stadium

    It is also Spurs' first game at their new stadium. Finally. And just look at it. The place looks a bit special, right?

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    Video caption: Spurs in numbers
  3. Premier League predictions

    #bbcfootball or text 81111 (UK only)

    Sulaimon Adelekan: I stand by my words that Arsenal and Manchester United will complete the top four this season.

    Robbie W: Can't believe I'm going to say this as a Liverpool fan but, I hope Man U win all their remaining PL games this season and Spurs and Arsenal do too.

  4. Race for top four

    Tottenham and Chelsea will continue the battle for Champions League qualification later, with just a point between them in the race for a top-four spot.

    Click here to predict how you think the top six will finish.

    Premier League's top six on 3 April
  5. Wednesday's fixtures

    Cardiff are five points from safety and now face a trip to Manchester City, who aim to go back above Liverpool at the top of the table.

    Here's a reminder of all three of Wednesday's Premier League fixtures...

    Premier League fixtures for 3 April
  6. Who else to go down?

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    Em Jackson: Cardiff or Burnley on last day of the season for relegation. Be interesting to see if Dyche gets a "big job" if he's got a relegation on his CV.

    Nathan Henton: With Huddersfield, Fulham and potentially Cardiff coming down, and Norwich with Leeds or Sheffield United potentially going up automatically. I personally think the Championship is definitely going to be an easier league to get out of next season.

    Premier League's bottom six on 3 April
  7. Fulham relegated

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    SMS Message: Wolves kept the spine of the team and strengthened in the right areas. Fulham got greedy and took the team that got promoted apart. That hardly ever works on the pitch, and is likely to cause resentment in the dressing room. Lesson for future promoted teams. from NMP
    NMP
    SMS Message: For Fulham it all went wrong by transfer deadline day. At that stage, the heart had been ripped out of the team that got us promotion and so many disparate signings had been made. I reckon Jokanovic's head was spinning! Thereafter, change after change, game after game and with the odd exception all the new signings have totally underperformed. As a life long Fulham fan I'm used to more downs than ups - but this season has been one of the worst. Makes me wonder where it goes from here - all that money spent and doubtless big wages too. Another wholesale change coming up? from Graham
    Graham
  8. Bolton in High Court

    Simon Stone

    BBC Sport

    Financially troubled Championship outfit Bolton Wanderers are due in the High Court very shortly to answer an HMRC tax demand for £1.2m.

    The case was adjourned a fortnight ago after owner Ken Anderson told the court he was hopeful of concluding a sale of the club.

    That has still not happened although, as Anderson said on Tuesday that talks were ongoing, he could well get more time.

    Bolton's players are yet to be paid their March salaries and went on strike for two days earlier this week.

    Administration, or even liquidation, are possible, although unlikely.

    Once the case is over Bolton need to satisfy the local Safety Advisory Group they have met the required standards for a certificate to be issued to host Saturday's game against Ipswich.

  9. Bolton games in doubt

    The back page of the Express also features the story on Bolton's next two Championship home games against Ipswich and Middlesbrough being in doubt after they were issued with an order preventing fans entering the ground.

    BBC Sport reporter Simon Stone now has an update on the club's financial situation...

  10. Howler

    The Daily Express

    Manchester United missed out on the chance to move back into third place as they suffered their third defeat in four games.

    Daily Express back page
  11. Small Gone Wrong

    Metro

    Chris Smalling's own goal gave Wolves a 2-1 victory at home to Manchester United.

    Metro sport page
  12. Wolves joy

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    Sulaimon Adelekan: Wolves deserve to be in the top seven, they made better signing than Fulham and the rest is history.

    Dylan Lewis: As a lifelong Wolves fan, to beat United for the second time in a few weeks is dreamland, except I’m not surprised. That’s how far we’ve come - we know we can beat any team.

  13. Today's the most difficult day of all - Khan

    Fulham

    So Fulham fans seem to have taken relegation well. And that support is appreciated by chairman Shahid Khan, who has apologised for not being able to keep the club in the Premier League.

    In a statement on the club website, he said: "Our results over the past three months were as troubling for me and everyone associated with our club as I know they were for you. Last night’s outcome made official what we didn’t think would be possible in August and tried desperately to remedy and avoid as the season wore on. For me, that makes today the most difficult day of all.

    "I am sorry that we let you down. Our goal this season was to build on what we achieved in promotion and deliver on our pledge to invest heavily in the squad, ensuring that Fulham would always compete in the Premier League and, no matter the result, never disappoint.

    "That didn’t occur and, for that, we hold ourselves accountable. We will reflect, plan thoroughly and respond accordingly.

    "In the weeks ahead we will communicate further as to our vision for the future, which includes the latest progress on the Riverside Stand project that will underline my investment in your beloved club. I recognise that may not be of consolation today, but I offer it nonetheless to assure you of my total commitment to Fulham Football Club. Thank you for your faith, endurance and support."

  14. Wolves well placed for top-eight finish

    Wolves 2-1 Man Utd

    Fulham and Wolves both came up last summer and spent plenty of money.

    But while Fulham are going back to the Championship, Wolves could become the first newly-promoted side to finish in the top eight since Reading finished eighth in 2005-06.

    They beat Manchester United 2-0 on Tuesday to ensure they stay above Watford in seventh.

  15. Down and out

    The I

    That's how the i put Fulham's demise on their sport page...

    The i sport page
  16. Fans offer Fulham support

    Watford 4-1 Fulham

    Fulham's fans made an encouraging response to going down though. Perhaps it was because they seemed resigned to their fate for a good while.

    Here's what the club posted on Instagram after their 4-1 defeat at Watford...

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