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Wednesday, 5 February, 2003, 14:34 GMT
Early start to season climax
Every First Division match on the final day of the season will kick-off at 1330 BST.

The Football League has agreed to the switch to ensure that no team gains an advantage from appearing live on television.

The scenario has been in place for several seasons and was always expected to be put in place again this season.

The First Division fixture list for the final day of the season on 4 May includes some key games, with potential promotion and relegation issues to be decided.

Final day fixtures in full:
Bradford City v Portsmouth
Derby v Ipswich
Gillingham v Crystal Palace
Grimsby v Brighton
Millwall v Coventry
Norwich v Preston
Rotherham v Nottingham Forest
Sheffield Wednesday v Walsall
Stoke City v Reading
Watford v Sheff Utd
Wimbledon v Burnley
Wolves v Leicester

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