Live blog, Saturday April 20

Well, that’s it from the live blog.

We’re off to have a lie down in a darkened room with lavender-scented candles and Peruvian flute music

Great job from the crew who put together a fantastic live show, including the reporters out at the grounds.

In case you missed it – or you thought it was so good you want to see it again – here is the link

17.04: The pick of the full-time results.

Luton 1-5 Brentford

Sheffield Utd 1-4 Burnley

Cardiff City 2-1 Southampton

Leicester 2-1 West Bromwich Albion

Portsmouth 1-2 Wigan

16.57: GOAL! Luton 1-5 Brentford. Luke Berry nicks the ball as Brentford faff around at the back before rounding the keeper and giving Luton the scantest of consolation.

16.56: GOAL! Cardiff 2-1 Southampton. That could be curtains for Saints automatic promotion hopes.

In the sixth of eight added minutes, Kieron Ashford’s long-range effort takes a wicked deflection off Jan Bednarek to wrong-foot Alex McCarthy, and to add insult to injury, Stuart Armstrong is stretchered off with an injury.

16.48: GOAL! Luton 0-5 Brentford. Mbeumo is again involved and plays in Vitaly Janelt who draws out the keeper and cuts the ball back to Kevin Schade, with the German blasting the ball into an empty net.

16.30: Cricket; Fletcha Middleton and Nick Gubbins slowly and cautiously piece together Hampshire’s reply after the loss of Ali Orr. They take the score to 63-1.

16.29: GOAL! Cardiff 1-1 Southampton. The Welshmen have delivered a potentially fatal blow to Saints automatic promotion hopes.

Southampton have had more than 20 shots on the Cardiff goal but have failed to take their chances. It’s proved costly as Famara Diedhiou coolly taps in from close rage after meeting Yakou Meite’s low cross.

16.28: GOAL! Sheff Utd 1-4 Burnley. Seconds after coming off the bench, Johann Gudmundsson curls in a fine strike from the right side of the box to surely settle this game.

16.26: GOAL! Luton 0-4 Brentford. This looks ominous for Luton, not just for this afternoon but longer term term as they threaten to fall apart.

Mbeumo cuts the ball back across and Keane Lewis-Potter bundles the ball in from a couple of yards.

16.24: GOAL! Luton 0-3 Brentford. Game over. Brentford always looked like grabbing a third and it comes from Ethan Pinnock who marks his first return since February by taking advantage of non-existent marking to head home from a corner.

16.15; GOAL! Sheffield Utd 1-3 Burnley. Wow! it did not take Burnley long to restore their two-goal cushion.

 Assignon can’t keep out of the game. He works his way down the right and feeds Lyle Foster in the box who calmly converts.

16.13: GOAL! We’re back under way with a bang as Sheffield Utd pull one back. Gustavo Hamer sits Lorenz Assignon down before curling a beaut in at the far post. Sheffield Utd 1-2 Burnley.

15.48: GOAL! Luton 0-2 Brentford. It’s the same combo as Mbuemo’s cross is not dealt with by Luton defender Reece Burke who makes a weetabix of his clearance, leaving Yoane Wissa with a tap-in.

15.40: GOAL! Burnley score twice in two minutes! Lorenz Assignon cutsin from the right and although his strike is a scruffy one, it beats Ivo Grbic. Burnley have scored two scruffy goals but they won’t comp[lain. They began the day six points away from safety but they have cut that to three as things stand.

15:38: GOAL! Sheffield Utd 0-1 Burnley. Burnley keep their wafer-thin hopes of Premier League survival alive. Jacob Bruun Larsen’s effort is best described as hopeful but it takes a deflection off a Blades’ defender and leaves keeper Ivo Grbic hopelessly wrong-footed.

15.26: GOAL! Luton 0-1 Brentford. The Bees’ Bryan Mbeumo is given time and space to pick out a perfect pass forward for Yoane Wissa who curls a first-time shot into the top corner/

15.20: A bit of cricket action from the Utilita Bowl where Warwickshire have made inroads into the Hampshire batting. having been dismissed for 455. Ali Orr is trapped leg before by Hannnon-Dalby to leave Hampshire 30-1.

15.15; Hull have a a chance to take the lead at Watford after Fabio Carvalho was tripped by Wesley Hoedt, but Hornets’ keeper Daniel Bachmann dives low to save Ozan Tufan’s spot-kick.

15.11: GOAL! Joe Aribo put Southampton ahead at Cardiff. Aribo’s fourth goal of the season and as it stands, Saints are level on points with Leeds.

14.45: Leicester made a major statement and returned to the top of the Championship with a 2-1 win over West Bromwich Albion. Southampton know there is no room for error as they face Cardiff with some major absences.

Alongside the news keeper Gavin Bazunu will be out for nine months with an Achilles injury, Saints are without influential West Ham loanee midfielder Flynn Downes through injury. Alex McCarthy gets the nod to continue to deputise for Bazunu.

Saints team: McCarthy, Walker-Peters, Harwood-Bellis, Bednarek, Manning, Smallbone, Aribo, S Armstrong, Brooks, Adams, A Armstrong.

15.00: It’s 3pm and all games aere under way.

14.40: Here is Jack Bunclark’s full-time report from the Silverlake Stadium

14.20: With Eastleigh safe from relegation from the Vanarama National League, they had nothing riding on their game with Halifax, who boosted their play-off hopes wit a 3-0 win. Jack Bunclark’s report from the Silverlake Stadium will appear here soon.

In the studio, Olly Howard will be presenting the show and trying to control the panel of mischievous monkeys, to whit; Kai MacKenzie, Reece Barrett, Dan Baverstock and Callum Bates.

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Out in the field, Jamie Hale and Alex Isaac are at Loftus Road ahead of QPR’s 5-15 kick-off Championship clash against Preston, Jack Bunclark is at the Silverlake Stadium where Eastleigh are tailing 0-3 to Halifax in the Vanarama National League, and Tom Goward will be on hand at the Snows stadium where AFC Totton entertain Merthyr Town in the Southern League.

Cricket fans need not feel left out at Josh Stewart is at the Utilita Bowl with regular updates from Hampshire’s second day of their county championshp match against Warwickshire.

That should be enough to keep you off the streets this afternoon,