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Summary

  1. BRISTOL CITY PROMOTED TO CHAMPIONSHIP
  2. Bournemouth remain top of Championship
  3. Norwich still second after win at Leeds
  4. Millwall defeat Wigan in relegation tussle

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By Neil Johnston

All times stated are UK

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So, Bournemouth's march towards the Premier League continues but Norwich and Middlesbrough are snapping at their heels. Three games remaining and still no one knows who is going to win automatic promotion. This is going right down to the wire. Thanks for your company.

Bradford City 0-6 Bristol City

BBC Sport's Brendon Mitchell at Valley Parade: "A memorable night to cap a memorable season for Bristol City fans, tonight will go down as one of the most remarkable evenings in the club's history.

"Steve Cotterill's side, who are celebrating in front of the travelling band of supporters, produced an emphatic second-half display to secure promotion with three games to spare."

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League Two

Shrewsbury will have to wait to seal promotion to League One after a 1-0 defeat at Bury. Wycombe strengthen their automatic promotion hopes with a 101st minute winner against Exeter. Tranmere are bottom of the table after a 1-0 defeat at Mansfield but Cheltenham give themselves hope of avoiding the drop with a 3-1 win over Cambridge.

League One

Bristol City are promoted to the Championship after a stylish 6-0 win at Bradford but second-placed Preston let slip a 2-0 lead at home to Gillingham as MK Dons, 3-0 winners at Fleetwood, move to within three points of automatic promotion. Colchester's hopes of avoiding relegation are hit after a crushing 6-0 defeat at play-off hopefuls Chesterfield.

Reading 0-1 Bournemouth

Former Tottenham manager David Pleat

at Madejski Stadium for 5 live Sport

"Bournemouth lost their composure. Reading really pushed the boat out at the end. In the end, the Cherries sat back and repelled those waves of frantic Reading attacks."

Reading 0-1 Bournemouth

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Huge win for Bournemouth. They stay top of the Championship table after another dramatic night in the race for the Premier League.

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Reading 0-1 Bournemouth

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Adam Gallivan: Working with three very happy Bristol City fans tomorrow!

Chris Chapman: The Championship is the best league in England.

Simon Boendermaker: Brentford should have kept Mark Warburton's future under wraps until after the season. A loss of form since the announcement.

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Bolton 1-1 Charlton

YELLOW CARD

Reading 0-1 Bournemouth

Bournemouth keeper Artur Boruc is booked for time wasting. Three minutes of added time left.

Reading 0-1 Bournemouth

Former Tottenham manager David Pleat

at Madejski Stadium for 5 live Sport

"Reading have played with great spirit, particularly in the last 15 minutes. Bournemouth are just sitting deep, hitting the ball long, which is most unlike them. But though Reading have a lot of spirit and honesty, they haven't got a lot of guile."

Reading 0-1 Bournemouth

Five minutes added time at the Madejski Stadium.

Elsewhere in the Championship

Demarai Gray's equaliser 12 minutes from time helps Birmingham earn a point against Blackburn in a mid-table battle. Matt Kilgallon had put the visitors ahead before Jonathon Grounds equalised. Jordan Rhodes made it 2-1 to Rovers but Gray had the final say.

Brighton and Huddersfield drew 0-0 at the Amex Stadium, while Bolton and Charlton are currently drawing 1-1 in a 20:00 BST. Adam Le Fondre has levelled after Frederic Bulot's opener for Charlton.

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Theo Comac: Could the Championship get any crazier?

Callum: Pleased for Cotterill and Bristol City. Good club, good manager. Well deserved.

Nick Bush: Hard to comprehend Bradford going from scoring four unanswered at Stamford Bridge to losing 0-6 to a League One side in less than three months.

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Middlesbrough 2-1 Wolves

Former Scotland international Pat Nevin

at Riverside Stadium for 5 live Sport

"Classy in the first half, obdurate in the second half from Middlesbrough. They were the better footballing side but take nothing away from Wolves, who put in some effort in the second half. But in the end the better team won."

Reading 0-1 Bournemouth

Bournemouth are around 10 minutes from another huge step to the Premier League. Eddie Howe's Cherrries are currently one point clear at the top of the table but a late Reading equaliser would send Norwich top.

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Middlesbrough 2-1 Wolves

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Millwall 2-0 Wigan

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Sheff Weds 1-0 Brentford

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Birmingham 2-2 Blackburn

Millwall 2-0 Wigan

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Hamish Marshall, at The Den for 5 live Sport: "The Great Escape may be on for Millwall."

GOAL

Millwall 2-0 Wigan - Magaye Gueye (90+3 mins)

Magaye Gueye celebrates
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Substitute Gueye drills the ball into the bottom left-hand corner from the edge of the penalty area. It's his fifth goal of the season and surely enough to give the Lions a valuable three points.

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Ipswich 3-1 Cardiff

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Leeds 0-2 Norwich

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Derby 4-0 Blackpool

GOAL

Ipswich 3-1 Cardiff - Daryl Murphy (90 mins)

Ipswich make sure of the three points as Daryl Murphy adds their third in the final minute. It is a big three points as well as it means there is now breathing space between themselves and seventh-place Brentford.

Preston 2-2 Gillingham

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Peter Slater, at Deepdale for 5 live Sport: "Hope for MK Dons and Swindon in the pursuit of automatic promotion. Gillingham, from 2-0 down, have made it 2-2."

Leeds 0-2 Norwich

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Dave Woods, at Elland Road for 5 live Sport: "He missed a penalty in the first half did Dorrans, but what a finish here late on. One touch then fired it home. The Norwich players are in among their fans celebrating. They know how important this is."

BRISTOL CITY PROMOTED

Bradford 0-6 Bristol City

Bristol City are back in the Championship.

GOAL

Leeds 0-2 Norwich - Graham Dorrans (90 mins)

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Game over at Elland Road. Cameron Jerome gets free down the right and crosses low for Graham Dorrans to collect on the edge of the box and fire low into the bottom of the net. City are staying second.

Middlesbrough 2-1 Wolves

Former Scotland international Pat Nevin

at Riverside Stadium for 5 live Sport

"If Middlesbrough get promoted and the other North-East sides stay up, which is the best side: Boro, Newcastle or Sunderland? In the first half here I was sure it was Middlesbrough. Now I'm not so sure."

Middlesbrough 2-1 Wolves

Former Scotland international Pat Nevin

at Riverside Stadium for 5 live Sport

"It's almost all Wolves. They are seeing plenty of the ball and between now and the end of the game they will get one or two opportunities. The question is, can they take them?

"Anything can happen at this point, and the tension is building..."

Wolves are three points off the play-offs as it stands.

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Daniel Kelly: Bristol City are going up in style!

Alexandra Guest: Comical defending by Bradford!

David Hall: Brentford are throwing away a great season on the home straight here...

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League Two latest

Second-placed Shrewsbury, who could have been promoted tonight, are still behind to Bury at the JD Stadium, while play-off chasing Stevenage and Southend are leading. Wycombe, in third, are currently being held 1-1 by Exeter, while bottom side Cheltenham are 3-1 up against Cambridge. It's turning into an intriguing night at the bottom as Hartlepool have drawn level against Accrington.

Millwall 1-0 Wigan

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Hamish Marshall, at The Den for 5 live Sport: "It's going from bad to worse for Wigan, who are now down to nine men. This has been a really bad-tempered affair. Wigan have one foot in League One."

RED CARD

Millwall 1-0 Wigan - Millwall's Ed Upson

Upson, clearly unimpressed by Pearce challenge on O'Brien, pushes his opponent as he gets up from the challenge ... and follows him off for an early bath.

Reading 0-1 Bournemouth

Former Tottenham manager David Pleat

at Madejski Stadium for 5 live Sport

"Bournemouth are containing Reading now, and they have gradually won some semblance of control in the centre of the pitch. I just cannot see Reading piercing this Bournemouth solidarity."

RED CARD

Millwall 1-0 Wigan - Wigan's Jason Pearce

The Wigan defender goes in hard on Aiden O'Brien and sees red - after being confronted by Millwall's Ed Upson, who is also sent off.

League One latest

While Bristol City steamroll towards promotion, second-placed Preston are having to hold on against Gillingham, as Simon Grayson's side lead 2-1 at Deepdale.

Chesterfield have seen what Bristol City are doing and said they fancy some of that, and are currently 5-0 up against Colchester.

The Spireites' fellow play-off chasers MK Dons and Swindon are leading, but fifth-placed Sheffield United are behind 1-0 to already-relegated Yeovil.

Struggling Walsall and Port Vale lead, but Crewe have been pegged back to 1-1 by Peterborough.