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Summary

  1. Result: Sheff Wed 1-1 Sunderland
  2. Jones equalises after early Honeyman goal
  3. Result: Norwich 2-0 QPR
  4. Oliveira and Reed give Norwich victory

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By Ian Woodcock and Brendon Mitchell

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FT Norwich 2-0 QPR; Sheffield Wednesday 1-1 Sunderland

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So that's it from us tonight.

Norwich boss Daniel Farke has his first league win in English football thanks to goals from Nelson Oliveira and Harrison Reed.

Meanwhile, it was a point apiece at Hillsbrough after David Jones cancelled out George Honeyman's early goal for Sunderland.

We'll be back with another Championship live text on Friday when Burton, the only pointless team in the league, take on Birmingham City.

Thanks for your company and enjoy the rest of your evening.

FULL-TIME

Sheffield Wednesday 1-1 Sunderland

Honours even at Hillsborough.

The Black Cats had the better of the opening half and led at the break through George Honeyman's early goal.

However, the hosts improved after the break and got a deserved equaliser thanks to David Jones' powerful strike.

Sunderland remain unbeaten while the Owls have two points from their first three games.

Sheffield Wednesday 1-1 Sunderland

Into four minutes of stoppage time now.

Will Sunderland manage to hang on to continue their unbeaten start?

FULL-TIME

Norwich 2-0 QPR

It's all over at Carrow Road. Norwich register their first win of the season, ending QPR's unbeaten start.

Sheffield Wednesday 1-1 Sunderland

Gary Hooper goes close again.

This time he can't get a clean connection on his effort.

Three minutes to go and Sunderland have brought on Darron Gibson and Lynden Gooch, with Lee Cattermole and Lewis Grabban making way.

Gary Hooper
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Five minutes of injury time

Norwich 2-0 QPR

We're into five minutes of injury time!

Norwich 2-0 QPR

Norwich are in cruise control now as we march towards time added on.

This one's done and dusted, so all eyes are very much on Hillsborough now...

Sheffield Wednesday 1-1 Sunderland

Gary Hooper hits the crossbar for the hosts!

They've got seven minutes to find a winner.

Liam Palmer comes on for Jack Hunt in their final change of the night.

Sheffield Wednesday 1-1 Sunderland

It's all Sheffield Wednesday now.

The visitors clear the ball off the line after a goalmouth scramble.

Sheffield Wednesday 1-1 Sunderland

Sunderland take off Aiden McGeady for Wahbi Khazri as they look to regain control of this match.

GOAL: Norwich 2-0 QPR

Harrison Reed

Norwich v QPR
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We've not had many goals tonight, but a couple of them have certainly been beauties.

This is a belter from Harrison Reed, striding into space and them smashing into the top corner from about 20 yards out. Unstoppable.

This game should be Norwich's from here.

Sheffield Wednesday 1-1 Sunderland

Jordan Rhodes is straight into the action, he heads over from fellow sub Steven Fletcher's cross.

The Scotland international is looking for a fourth goal in what is his 20th league appearance for Wednesday.

Sheffield Wednesday 1-1 Sunderland

The hosts make a second change

Jordan Rhodes, who has not had a great start to his time with the Owls, is on for Sam Winnall.

Can the former Middlesbrough man grab a winner?

GOAL: Sheffield Wednesday 1-1 Sunderland

David Jones

David Jones
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We wondered whether Sunderland would be left to regret those missed opportunities and now we have our answer.

David Jones levels the scores with a fine strike from 25 yards.

Norwich 1-0 QPR

That's a good start for Russell Martin, who immediately goes into the book for a challenge on the edge of the box.

Josh Scowen sends the resulting free-kick over the bar.

Norwich 1-0 QPR

Right then, can QPR find themselves an equaliser?

Their route to goal looks a pretty clear one now, as they bring big centre-forward Matt Smith on for Jamie Mackie, who is less big. He's Ian Holloway's third and final throw of the dice from the bench.

Meanwhile, Ivo Pinto has gone off injured for Norwich, with Russell Martin coming on to replace him.

Sheffield Wednesday 0-1 Sunderland

Sheffield Wednesday go as close as they have all night as Jason Steele is forced to tip over a Gary Hooper header.

Norwich 1-0 QPR

Norwich v QPR
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If you don't take your chances you're always walking a tightrope - and Conor Washington has almost just cashed in.

The QPR man was teed up by Jamie Mackie, but his effort from close range was weak and easily saved.

Sheffield Wednesday 0-1 Sunderland

Another chance goes begging for Sunderland and James Vaughan.

This time the former Bury man fires over the crossbar after Aiden McGeady's initial shot was blocked.

Sheffield Wednesday 0-1 Sunderland

James Vaughan
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Sunderland striker James Vaughan is denied his first Black Cats goal by some brave goalkeeping from Keiren Westwood.

Norwich 1-0 QPR

Norwich City are wracking up the chances now, as Wes Hoolahan goes clean through on goal but Alex Smithies rushes out to smother the opportunity.

Sheffield Wednesday 0-1 Sunderland

It's an enterprising start from the Owls but Adam Reach's cross is well fielded by visiting keeper Jason Steele.

Norwich 1-0 QPR

Luke Freeman
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Incredibly, QPR almost equalise straight from kick-off, but Luke Freeman shoots straight at the goalkeeper when well placed in the area.

KICK-OFF

Sheffield Wednesday 0-1 Sunderland

Big half for the hosts if they're to avoid slipping to a second defeat in the opening three league games.

They've made a change with Steven Fletcher, formerly of the Black Cats, coming on for Almen Abdi.

GOAL: Norwich 1-0 QPR

Nelson Oliveira

It was a game of few chances in the first half - but it's taken just three minutes of the second to provide the opening goal.

Nelson Oliveira, on his first start of the season tonight, slots home after Mario Vrancic's pass to put Norwich ahead at Carrow Road.

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KICK-OFF

Norwich 0-0 QPR

We're back under way at Carrow Road. No changes to tell you about.

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Bogey grounds

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Darren Campbell: My bogey ground as an #itfc fan? Forest, actually. Been eight times. No wins. Conceded stoppage time equalisers in two of them!

We're after the grounds you hate going to as an away fan.

Just as well Nottingham Forest have a good record against Ipswich. They needed to beat them on the last day of last season to avoid relegation to League One.

Sheffield Wed loan defender Venancio

HT: Sheffield Wednesday 0-1 Sunderland

Football clubs do love a quirkily-timed transfer announcement. Tonight, 10 minutes before kick-off, it was Sheffield Wednesday's turn.

The Owls have signed defender Frederico Venancio on a season-long loan from Vitoria Setubal.

Centre-back Venancio, 24, has captained Vitoria for the past three seasons, making 134 appearances in total for the Portuguese Primeira Liga side.

The former Portugal Under-21 international impressed during a pre-season friendly between the two teams.

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Sheffield Wed loan defender Venancio

Defender Frederico Venancio joins Sheffield Wednesday on a season-long loan from Portuguese side Vitoria Setubal.

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HT: Sheffield Wednesday 0-1 Sunderland, Norwich 0-0 QPR

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Craig David Donovan: Norwich playing much better tonight with the ball. Lovely crowd too. They're up for this.

Geoff Ramm: Argghhh. Zero wifi. No radio. Cornwall storms. Where is teletext for my Black Cats when I need it

You don't need Ceefax, Geoff, you've got us!

HALF-TIME

Sheffield Wednesday 0-1 Sunderland

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Sheffield Wednesday are going to have to come back from behind if they're to record their first league win of the season tonight.

They trail at the break after George Honeyman's fourth-minute opener.

Sheffield Wednesday 0-1 Sunderland

After weathering a bit of a storm the hosts are finishing the half on top.

Ross Wallace hits a free-kick over the crossbar after Barry Bannan is fouled.

HALF-TIME

Norwich 0-0 QPR

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Entertaining enough, but sadly no goals to write home about from Carrow Road at half-time.

Norwich 0-0 QPR

This is a bit more like it from QPR!

Conor Washington wriggles clear out wide and delivers a cross towards Jamie Mackie, but the forward can only loop a header onto the roof of the net.

Sheffield Wednesday 0-1 Sunderland

Home goalkeeper Keiren Westwood is forced into a fine save from Brendan Galloway.

Westwood will feel he could have done better for Sunderland's early opener through George Honeyman.

Sheffield Wednesday 0-1 Sunderland

Sheffield Wednesday full-back Jack Hunt is down for the second time this match and may need to go off.

He went down with a knock in the opening minutes before Sunderland took a fourth-minute lead.

He's staying on for the time being.

Norwich 0-0 QPR

The men in yellow continue to pile forward, with Jake Biidwell hacking Mario Vrancic's low show away.

Like Sunderland, will Norwich be made to pay for their profligacy?

Sheffield Wednesday 0-1 Sunderland

Sunderland again go close to a second.

This time it's Lewis Grabban who can't keep his header on target from an Aiden McGeady set-piece delivery.

Could the Black Cats end up ruing these missed chances?

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Bogey grounds

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Paul: Villa Park cos I'm a Villa fan

Nik Ayre: As a Villa fan it has to be Villa Park

Russell Adams: Turf Moor. I hate getting splinters. Wooden seats are from the 1960's.

We're after the grounds you dread visiting as an away fan.

Paul and Nik using the famed West Midlands gallows humour to help them cope with Aston Villa's poor start to the season.

Worth noting that Russell's a Blackburn fan by the way...

Norwich 0-0 QPR

It's still goalless at Carrow Road, but Norwich are also still knocking on the QPR door.

Josh Murphy gets into a threatening position out wide, but his cross is cleared from inside the six-yard box.

Norwich 0-0 QPR

After a really bright start from Rangers, Norwich are now well on top - and nearly take an early lead but Marcel Franke's effort is blocked from point-blank range.

Moments later, Josh Murphy forces Alex Smithies into another decent save with a curling effort after cutting in from the left.

Norwich v QPR
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