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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

Live Reporting

By Neil Johnston

All times stated are UK

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  1. Goodbye

    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.

  2. Post update

    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."

  3. Post update

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  4. 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.

  5. 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.

  6. Post update

    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."

  7. Post update

    Reading 0-1 Bournemouth

    Bournemouth fan celebrates

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

  8. FULL-TIME

    Reading 0-1 Bournemouth

  9. Join the debate at #bbcfootball

    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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  10. FULL-TIME

    Bolton 1-1 Charlton

  11. YELLOW CARD

    Reading 0-1 Bournemouth

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

  12. Post update

    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."

  13. Post update

    Reading 0-1 Bournemouth

    Five minutes added time at the Madejski Stadium.

  14. Post update

    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.

  15. Join the debate at #bbcfootball

    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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  16. Post update

    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."

  17. Post update

    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.

  18. FULL-TIME

    Middlesbrough 2-1 Wolves

  19. FULL-TIME

    Millwall 2-0 Wigan

  20. FULL-TIME

    Sheff Weds 1-0 Brentford

  21. FULL-TIME

    Birmingham 2-2 Blackburn

  22. Post update

    Millwall 2-0 Wigan

    BBC Radio 5 live

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

  23. GOAL

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

    Magaye Gueye celebrates

    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.

  24. FULL-TIME

    Ipswich 3-1 Cardiff

  25. FULL-TIME

    Leeds 0-2 Norwich

  26. FULL-TIME

    Derby 4-0 Blackpool

  27. 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.

  28. Post update

    Preston 2-2 Gillingham

    BBC Radio 5 live

    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."

  29. Post update

    Leeds 0-2 Norwich

    BBC Radio 5 live

    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."

  30. BRISTOL CITY PROMOTED

    Bradford 0-6 Bristol City

    Bristol City are back in the Championship.

  31. GOAL

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

    Graham Dorrans celebrates

    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.

  32. Post update

    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."

  33. Post update

    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.

  34. Join the debate at #bbcfootball

    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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  35. 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.

  36. Post update

    Millwall 1-0 Wigan

    BBC Radio 5 live

    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."

  37. 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.

  38. Post update

    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."

  39. 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.

  40. 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.

  41. Post update

    Millwall 1-0 Wigan

    BBC Radio 5 live

    Hamish Marshall, at The Den for 5 live Sport: "The Millwall fans are cheering. Abdou, with a header, has got them a goal that could give them a fighting chance of staying in the Championship. It was a powerful header from the penalty spot."

    That goal has lifted Millwall to within four points of safety in the 'as it stands' table.

  42. Post update

    Sheffield Wednesday 1-0 Brentford

    BBC Radio 5 live

    Ian Brown, at Hillsborough for 5 live Sport: "They will love this at Portman Road. Lee, from just eight yards out, absolutely belted it into the net."

  43. GOAL

    Millwall 1-0 Wigan - Nadjim Abdou (74)

    Big goal for the hosts. Dan Harding's high cross from the left finds Nadjim Abdou and he heads home against the 10 men.

  44. GOAL

    Sheffield Wednesday 1-0 Brentford - Kieran Lee (74 mins)

    Brentford's Premier League has just taken a dent. Kieran Lee lashes home from about eight yards. The Bees are stung.

  45. Post update

    Bradford 0-6 Bristol City

    BBC Radio 5 live

    Vicki Sparks, at Valley Parade for 5 live Sport: "If you're going to get promoted you might as well do it with an absolutely brilliant performance."

  46. League One

    Bradford 0-6 Bristol City

    It's getting ridiculous now at Valley Parade. It's 6-0 to leaders Bristol City who are heading for the Championship in style. There's going to be some sore heads in Bristol tomorrow.

  47. Post update

    Middlesbrough 2-1 Wolves

    Former Scotland international Pat Nevin

    at Riverside Stadium for 5 live Sport

    "If there is a weakness in this Middlesbrough side it is that their full-backs get caught too far down the field. Wolves' wingers are being given acres of space."

    Boro are third in the 'as it stands' table, one point behind second-placed Norwich and two behind leaders Bournemouth.

  48. Post update

    Leeds 0-1 Norwich

    BBC Radio 5 live

    Dave Woods, at Elland Road for 5 live Sport: "A brief flurry of Leeds pressure after the goal, but now Norwich looking much the more dominant force. They're dominating possession."

    Norwich are second in the 'as it stands' table, one point behind leaders Bournemouth.

  49. Elsewhere in Championship

    Jonathon Grounds equalises for Birmingham but within four minutes Jordan Rhodes puts Blackburn back in front. Brighton v Huddersfield remains goalless and Charlton still lead 1-0 at Bolton.

  50. Post update

    Bradford 0-5 Bristol City

    BBC Radio 5 live

    Vicki Sparks, at Valley Parade for 5 live Sport: "It's turning into a real party for those Bristol City fans behind the goal!"

  51. League Two latest

    Shrewsbury's hopes of being promoted this evening look to have been scuppered, as they are currently 1-0 behind at Bury, while Southend, whom the Shropshire side need not to win, are currently 2-0 up against Newport County.

    At the foot of the table, bottom club Cheltenham are back into the lead against Cambridge United thanks to Danny Haynes's goal. It looks like it could be a good night for the Robins, as the two teams above them, Tranmere and Hartlepool, are both losing.

  52. Post update

    Reading 0-1 Bournemouth

    Former Tottenham manager David Pleat

    at Madejski Stadium for 5 live Sport

    "A very close game, Reading playing with more aggression. I feel Bournemouth are holding their horses a little bit, unable to make progress."

  53. As it stands...

    Sheffield Wednesday 0-0 Brentford

    Brentford are losing ground in the Championship table as it stands - despite a battling performance at Hillsborough. They started the day level on points with sixth-placed Ipswich but are currently two points outside the play-off places.

  54. Post update

    Sheffield Wednesday 0-0 Brentford

    BBC Radio 5 live

    Ian Brown, at Hillsborough for 5 live Sport: "Brentford have upped their game in this second half, but Sheffield Wednesday are proving stubborn opponents."

  55. Post update

    Middlesbrough 2-1 Wolves

    Former Scotland international Pat Nevin

    at Riverside Stadium for 5 live Sport

    "This game looks 50/50 now. Wolves have come on really well after the break, and could sneak into a position to win a point. In the first half Boro completely dominated the midfield, but that's not the case now."

  56. Post update

    Reading 0-1 Bournemouth

    The attendance at the Madejski Stadium has just been announced...18,917 with 4,259 from Bournemouth. That's what you call an impressive away following.

  57. Post update

    Millwall 0-0 Wigan

    BBC Radio 5 live

    Hamish Marshall, at The Den for 5 live Sport: "Wigan's Waghorn, the substitute, had only been on for a few moments but he's been shown the red card. He seemed to kick out at Harding, much to the annoyance of the fans. The referee brandished the red card even as Waghorn was still on the ground saying he was injured."

  58. RED CARD

    Millwall 0-0 Wigan - Martyn Waghorn

    Martyn Waghorn sent off

    The former Millwall loan striker lasts just eight minutes after coming on as sub. He's sent off for violent conduct after appearing to kick out at Dan Harding.

  59. Post update

    Bradford 0-4 Bristol City

    BBC Radio 5 live

    Vicki Sparks, at Valley Parade for 5 live Sport: "Bristol City are getting promoted to the Championship tonight, and they are doing it in style!"

  60. Post update

    Bradford 0-4 Bristol City

    Aden Flint celebrates

    The Bristol City promotion party is in full swing at Bradford. Another goal for the leaders. Aden Flint the scorer.

  61. Post update

    League One latest

    Leaders Bristol City are surely on their way into the second tier after Luke Ayling put them 3-0 ahead at Bradford.

    Second-placed Preston hold a 2-1 lead over Gillingham, MK Dons lead 1-0 at Fleetwood, while play-off chasers Swindon lead Rochdale 4-1, and sixth-placed Chesterfield are 5-0 up against Colchester.

    The U's fellow strugglers Notts County are still behind at Barnsley in new manager Ricardo Moniz's second game in charge, while already-relegated Yeovil are holding high-flying Sheffield United 0-0 at Huish Park.

  62. Post update

    Derby 4-0 Blackpool

    Pat Murphy

    at iPro Stadium for 5 live Sport

    "My word, Bent lashed his penalty into the net, high and to the right of the keeper. If he'd got a hand to that he would have been on his way to A&E!"

  63. Post update

    Back under way in the 20:00 BST starts. Can Championship leaders Bournemouth finish the job at Reading?

  64. GOAL

    Derby 4-0 Blackpool - Darren Bent (65 mins)

    Darren Bent penalty

    Darren Bent makes no mistake by hammering in the penalty to score his second of the night and Derby's fourth. This is turning into a very good night for the Rams, who really needed this win.

  65. PENALTY

    Derby 3-0 Blackpool

    Ryan Shotton is pulled back in the box and Derby have a chance to make it 4-0.

  66. Post update

    Preston 2-1 Gillingham

    BBC Radio 5 live

    Peter Slater, at Deepdale for 5 live Sport: "Preston paying the price for reducing their tempo in this second half..."

  67. Post update

    Bury 1-0 Shrewsbury

    BBC Radio 5 live

    Emily Croydon, at JD Stadium for 5 live Sport: "It's suddenly got very lively here - what a goal it was! A stunning right-footed shot from the edge of the area from Riley."

    Shrewsbury will be promoted to League One if they win and Southend fail to beat Newport.

  68. Post update

    Elsewhere in the Championship

    Clayton Donaldson has gone close to an equaliser but Blackburn still lead Birmingham thanks to Matt Kilgallon's goal. Brighton and Huddersfield are locked at 0-0, while Charlton lead Bolton thanks to Frederic Bulot's goal.

  69. As it stands...

    That's a huge goal for Norwich. They move back into the top two in the table - one point behind Bournemouth. Middlesbrough drop to third despite leading at home to Wolves.

  70. Post update

    Leeds 0-1 Norwich

    BBC Radio 5 live

    Dave Woods, at Elland Road for 5 live Sport: "It had to be Jonny Howson, on his first return to Elland Road. He was born just up the road and it was almost an apologetic celebration towards the Leeds support. But then he did punch the air for Norwich."

  71. Post update

    Bradford 0-3 Bristol City

    BBC Radio 5 live

    Vicki Sparks, at Valley Parade for 5 live Sport: "Bristol City are well on their way. The Bradford keeper looked initially as though he should have saved that strike from Ayling, but he was deceived by its flight."

  72. Post update

    Millwall 0-0 Wigan

    Now it's Wigan's turn to moan about a penalty they didn't get. James McClean appeared to be tripped in the area but the visitors' appeals were waved away.

    At the other end, Scott Carson pulls off a smart save to prevent Aiden O'Brien giving Neil Harris' team the lead.

  73. Post update

    Middlesbrough 2-1 Wolves

    Former Scotland international Pat Nevin

    at Riverside Stadium for 5 live Sport

    "Exactly what Boro didn't want. Konstantopoulos must do better there. He was beaten at his near post and there wasn't much power on the shot. Disappointing keeping, and that now puts a different slant on the rest of this game. Are they now going to be panicked, Middlesbrough?"

  74. GOAL

    Leeds 0-1 Norwich - Jonny Howson (57 mins)

    Jonny Howson goal

    Norwich spurned a good chance from the penalty spot in the first half at Elland Road but they have upped their game in the second and take the lead through a neat finish from inside the box from Jonny Howson, against his old club. Almost apologetic celebrations from the midfielder.

  75. GOAL

    Middlesbrough 2-1 Wolves - Bakary Sako (53 mins)

    Bakary Sakho celebrates

    Wolves are on the comeback trail thanks to a great individual effort by Bakary Sako who powers down the left and ghosts his way through a couple of challenges before planting the ball in the net from 15 yards.

  76. League One

    Bradford 0-3 Bristol City

    Get that party started...Bristol City now lead 3-0 at Bradford and their promotion to the Championship should be confirmed in about 40 minutes.

  77. Post update

    Middlesbrough 2-0 Wolves

    Former Scotland international Pat Nevin

    at Riverside Stadium for 5 live Sport

    "The Middlesbrough crowd are more polite than their footballing neighbours, Newcastle and Sunderland. That is not what the team needs - they'll want some passion!"

  78. Join the debate at #bbcfootball

    Agubata Odinaka: I'm not so sure Boro's promotion will be good for Chelsea. The Riverside is a good destination for their loan army.

    Matthew Smith: C'mon Norwich, don't let the heads go down after the penalty miss. Win your games and you're going up!

    James Sharp: Sums up Brighton's season. Goals flying in everywhere but we can't buy one!

    Tweet #bbcfootball text 81111 (UK only) or post a message on the BBC Sport Facebook and Google+ pages.

  79. KICK-OFF

    Back under way in our 19:45 BST starts. A huge 45 minutes coming up...

  80. HALF-TIME

    Reading 0-1 Bournemouth

  81. Post update

    Reading 0-1 Bournemouth

    Bournemouth fans

    Some of the 4,000 travelling Bournemouth fans at Reading. A lot of noise coming from the away end so far.

  82. Post update

    League Two half-time

    The top-of-the-table clash at the JD Stadium has so far been something of a damp squib, with Shrewsbury and Bury failing to muster a shot on target.

    Southend, who can stop Shrewsbury from being promoted tonight with victory, lead against Newport thanks to Cian Bolger's goal.

    Bottom club Cheltenham's early lead against Cambridge has been pegged back by Ryan Bird's equaliser, while fellow strugglers Hartlepool are behind to Accrington thanks to a goal from Josh Windass - son of former Hull striker Dean.

  83. Post update

    What's happening in League Two? All the latest coming up...

  84. League One latest

    Bristol City's backroom staff are probably searching around Valley Parade for some bottles of champagne, after seeing their side go in at half-time 2-0 ahead against Bradford thanks to goals from James Tavernier and Bristol-born, Bristol-bred Joe Bryan.

    Second-placed Preston are 2-0 up against Gillingham, while Ben Gladwin's hat-trick has put Swindon 4-1 up against Rochdale. Chesterfield are currently 3-0 ahead against Colchester, currently four points adrift of safety.

    Notts County are a place above them, but are 1-0 behind at Barnsley, while fellow strugglers Crewe, Port Vale and Walsall all lead.

  85. As it stands...

    Bournemouth are two points clear at the top of the table on 83 points, with Middlesbrough up to second. Norwich, who are being held by Leeds, have dropped to third. Watford, who do not play until Wednesday, are fourth, with Derby and Ipswich fifth and sixth respectively.

  86. Post update

    Middlesbrough 2-0 Wolves

    Former Scotland international Pat Nevin

    at Riverside Stadium for 5 live Sport

    "Middlesbrough are not sitting on their lead by any means - they have hit the crossbar and had a really good shout for a penalty. They look as though they are waiting for Wolves to come onto them, because if the visitors attack I don't think they have the quality at the back to stop Boro."

  87. Post update

    Millwall 0-0 Wigan

    Still no goals but plenty of incident in the basement battle. Millwall are convinced they should have had a penalty after Lee Gregory goes down under pressure from Gaetan Bong. Millwall's Shaun Williams has been substituted after apparently injuring himself by kicking an advertising board.

  88. Post update

    Middlesbrough 2-0 Wolves

    Former Scotland international Pat Nevin

    at Riverside Stadium for 5 live Sport

    "An early goal always settles you down, but Middlesbrough have kept up their tempo really well."

  89. HALF-TIME

    And it's half-time in all out 19:45 BST games. Eleven goals in the Championship so far...three of those belong to Derby.

  90. Join the debate at #bbcfootball

    James: That penalty miss could be costly for Norwich. They may look back on that and say "what if?".

    Calum Farmer: Championship football is more exciting than the Champions League... from a neutral perspective, of course!

    Tweet #bbcfootball text 81111 (UK only) or post a message on the BBC Sport Facebook and Google+ pages.

  91. HITS THE WOODWORK

    Sheff Weds 0-0 Brentford

    So close for Brentford! Alan Judge hits the crossbar when clean through. Shouts for offside but the flag stayed down.

  92. League One

    Preston 1-0 Gillingham

    BBC Radio 5 live

    Peter Slater, at Deepdale for 5 live Sport: "Finally the deadlock has been broken. Robinson fed Beckford and it was an emphatic finish right into the roof of the net."

  93. Post update

    Reading 0-1 Bournemouth

    Former Tottenham manager David Pleat

    at Madejski Stadium for 5 live Sport

    "Reading are getting a foothold in the game and have had more possession since Bournemouth's goal. Their strikers need more support, but Reading are playing a fine passing game."

  94. Post update

    Middlesbrough 2-0 Wolves

    Former Scotland international Pat Nevin

    at Riverside Stadium for 5 live Sport

    "The floodlights here aren't the brightest - it's very moody lighting, but the mood is great around the Riverside.

    "Wolves have come into the game a little bit more, without dominating. Middlesbrough could be more than two goals ahead."

  95. Post update

    Reading 0-1 Bournemouth

    Nabil Hassan

    BBC Sport at the Madejski Stadium

    "To their credit Reading have come back into the game and they would have been level had it not been for a superb point-blank reaction save by Artur Boruc from Jamie Mackie. Boruc showed incredible reactions to keep out the Reading forward."

  96. Join the debate at #bbcfootball

    James Rimmer: Derby have got three already? It's going to get messy for Blackpool.

    Daniel Kelly: Wolves, Sunderland and Newcastle are the only teams since 2004 to stay in the top flight for more than two years after winning the Championship.

    Tweet #bbcfootball text 81111 (UK only) or post a message on the BBC Sport Facebook and Google+ pages.

  97. Post update

    Preston 0-0 Gillingham

    BBC Radio 5 live

    Peter Slater, at Deepdale for 5 live Sport: "Preston completely outclassing the visitors, but the front two of Garner and Beckford unable to convert any of the half a dozen chances that have fallen their way."

  98. Post update

    Bradford 0-2 Bristol City

    BBC Radio 5 live

    Vicki Sparks, at Valley Parade for 5 live Sport: "It's all going to plan for Bristol City. As it stands, Bristol will be promoted to the Championship this evening."

  99. Champagne on ice

    Bristol City two goals to the good at Bradford - surely nothing will stop them now?

  100. Post update

    Millwall 0-0 Wigan

    There's no goals at the Den, but emotions are running high in the bottom of the table scrap. Neither side can really afford to lose this game and there's already been a confrontation between the two sets of players.

    Elsewhere, Frederic Bulot has put Charlton ahead against Bolton. Two other games remain goalless - Brighton v Huddersfield and Sheffield Wednesday v Brentford.

  101. As it stands...

    Derby 3-0 Blackpool

    What do those quick-fire goals means for Derby? They are now three points clear of seventh-placed Brentford and six points away from the automatic promotion places.

  102. MISSED PENALTY

    Leeds 0-0 Norwich

    Graham Dorrans misses penalty

    Off the bar! Graham Dorrans steps up but his rising shot smashes off the underside of the bar and bounces clear of danger. It remains goalless at Elland Road.

  103. PENALTY

    Leeds 0-0 Norwich

    Liam Cooper fouls Jonny Howson in the box following a ball over the top and the referee points to the spot. Big chance for promotion-chasing Norwich.

  104. Post update

    Ipswich 2-1 Cardiff

    BBC Radio 5 live

    Mike Williams, at Portman Road for 5 live Sport: "An absolute beauty from Skuse, from all of 30 yards out!"

  105. Post update

    Leeds 0-0 Norwich

    BBC Radio 5 live

    Dave Woods, at Elland Road for 5 live Sport: "Far from comfortable for Norwich. For all that Leeds have nothing left to play for, they are the more aggressive team. But it remains goalless."

  106. Post update

    Derby 3-0 Blackpool

    Pat Murphy

    at iPro Stadium for 5 live Sport

    "Tom Ince's goal was as easy as shelling peas. A trademark finish from him. And now it's floodgates, with Bent converting a simple goal. He doesn't miss Bent, one-on-one."

  107. GOAL

    Derby 3-0 Blackpool - Darren Bent (29 mins)

    Darren Bent

    That is surely game over now. Derby are heading to victory over doomed Blackpool. Darren Bent makes it 3-0 with a superbly-taken curling shot into the far corner of Elliott Parish's goal.

  108. GOAL

    Derby 2-0 Blackpool - Tom Ince (28 mins)

    Tom Ince cuts in from the right flank and finishes with a delightful left-footed strike. Playing against his former club, Ince does not celebrate.

  109. Post update

    Reading 0-1 Bournemouth

    Former Tottenham manager David Pleat

    at Madejski Stadium for 5 live Sport

    "Bournemouth started tidily and have shown the greater urgency. They have a good shape and understand each other's roles. And when they regain possession they try to get the football up to Wilson as quickly as possible."

  110. GOAL

    Ipswich 2-1 Cardiff - Cole Skuse (29 mins)

    What a hit that is! the ball drops to Ipswich's Cole Skuse about 30 yards out and he unleashes a low shot that rifles into the corner of the net. Not a bad way to put your side back into the lead.

  111. Join the debate at #bbcfootball

    Reading 0-1 Bournemouth

    OptaJoe: Callum Wilson has scored more goals away from home (12) than any other player in the Championship this season.

  112. Hole stops play...

    Oxford pitch debacle

    Oxford United's League Two game with Northampton was delayed for three minutes as there were holes in the pitch where rugby posts are placed for London Welsh games. Sand was brought out to level it out and they are back under way - that's 0-0.

  113. League Two latest

    In League Two, there's already been a massive goal at the foot of the table as Shaun Harrad has given bottom club Cheltenham a lead inside 90 seconds against Cambridge.

    Elsewhere, there are narrow leads for Stevenage, Wycombe and Morecambe.

  114. As it stands...

    Top of the table in the Championship: Bournemouth, Middlesbrough, Norwich, Watford, Derby, Ipswich.

  115. League One

    Preston 0-0 Gillingham

    BBC Radio 5 live

    Peter Slater, at Deepdale for 5 live Sport: "Preston have had three very presentable chances to take the lead, but top scorer Joe Garner somehow skewed the best of those wide. Then Jermaine Beckford skipped round the keeper but had his effort cleared off the line."

  116. Post update

    Reading 0-1 Bournemouth

    Nabil Hassan

    BBC Sport at the Madejski Stadium

    "Blistering start from the Cherries with Callum Wilson's early goal sending the 4,000 away fans to my left absolutely wild. This could be a long evening for Reading's fans with Bournemouth boss Eddie Howe patrolling his technical area and urging his players forward for more."

  117. Post update

    League One

    In League One, leaders Bristol City look on course to win promotion at Bradford tonight thanks to a James Tavernier goal putting them ahead.

    There's already been some big goals down at the bottom of the table. Play-off chasing Chesterfield are racing away with it against 23rd-placed Colchester, and currently hold a 3-0 lead.

    Struggling Crewe have taken an early lead at Peterborough thanks to Lauri Dalla Valle's goal, and they are currently a place behind Coventry, down 1-0 at home to Oldham, in the as it stands table.

    Notts County, in 22nd, have fallen behind to a Sam Winnall goal against Barnsley.

  118. Post update

    Middlesbrough 2-0 Wolves

    Former Scotland international Pat Nevin

    at Riverside Stadium for 5 live Sport

    "Wolves are not very sophisticated when they go forward, whereas Middlesbrough are very pleasing on the eye, very enjoyable to watch. These are good players. Every one of them wants to be on the ball - they look good."

  119. Post update

    Reading 0-1 Bournemouth

    BBC Radio 5 live

    John Southall, at Madejski Stadium for 5 live Sport: "4,000 Bournemouth fans are celebrating!"

  120. Post update

    Bradford 0-1 Bristol City

    BBC Radio 5 live

    Vicki Sparks, at Valley Parade for 5 live Sport: "As it stands, Bristol City are being automatically promoted from League One this evening! An effort cleared off the line but Tavernier smashed it home."

  121. GOAL

    Reading 0-1 Bournemouth - Callum Wilson (4 mins)

    Callum Wilson celebrates

    Anything Middlesbrough can do..so too Bournemouth. The leaders pull two points clear at the top of the table as Callum Wilson turns the ball over the line from close range after Andrew Surman hit the post. Four thousand Cherries fans going mad.

  122. Elsewhere in the Championship

    Matt Kilgallon's first goal of the season has given Blackburn the lead at Birmingham, while there are no goals in the matches between Brighton and Huddersfield, Leeds and Norwich, Millwall and Wigan and Sheffield Wednesday v Brentford.

    We're just getting under way in the two 20:00 BST matches between Bolton and Charlton and Reading and Bournemouth.

  123. Heading up?

    Bristol City lead at Bradford - as things stand they will end the evening promoted into the Championship.

  124. As it stands...

    Middlesbrough started the day fourth in the Championship table but are currently joint top with Bournemouth thanks to their lightning start at home to Wolves.

  125. Post update

    Sheffield Wednesday 0-0 Brentford

    BBC Radio 5 live

    Ian Brown, at Hillsborough for 5 live Sport: "Wednesday's players have only pride and contracts to play for, but they are proving dangerous this evening and have already forced goalkeeper David Button into a couple of really very good saves."

  126. Post update

    We're under way in our two 20:00 BST games in the Championship. Can Bournemouth start against Reading as well as Middlesbrough have?

  127. Post update

    Derby 1-0 Blackpool

    Pat Murphy

    at iPro Stadium for 5 live Sport

    "Blackpool are trying to play football here, but Derby are the ones creating the chances and they still lead."

  128. Post update

    Ipswich 1-1 Cardiff

    BBC Radio 5 live

    Mike Williams, at Portman Road for 5 live Sport: "Cardiff are back in this. A bullet header from Doyle, who met it and put it straight past the keeper. The Bluebirds back on level terms."

  129. Post update

    Middlesbrough 2-0 Wolves

    Former Scotland international Pat Nevin

    at Riverside Stadium for 5 live Sport

    "One again it's that man Bamford. Having said that, the wing play on the right was absolutely superb. Then Bamford did not panic, which is a great thing you can say about a player. He struck the ball on the spin into the bottom corner. This lad knows where the goal is."

  130. GOAL

    Ipswich 1-1 Cardiff - Eoin Doyle (13 mins)

    Ipswich's lead doesn't last long as Eoin Doyle hits back for Cardiff. A superb cross from the left from Scott Malone finds Doyle in the middle of a host of players in the box and he has a simple job to steer it into the net with his head.

  131. GOAL

    Middlesbrough 2-0 Wolves - Patrick Bamford (11 mins)

    Patrick Bamford

    Middlesbrough are on fire - thanks to a move made in Chelsea. Tomas Kalas, on loan from Stamford Bridge, produces a low cross for Patrick Bamford, also on loan from the London club, to score with a shot on the turn from about 10 yards.

  132. Post update

    Middlesbrough 1-0 Wolves

    Former Scotland international Pat Nevin

    at Riverside Stadium for 5 live Sport

    "Middlesbrough look really comfortable, playing it around nicely in midfield. The new leaders have started well."

  133. Post update

    Ipswich 1-0 Cardiff

    BBC Radio 5 live

    Mike Williams, at Portman Road for 5 live Sport: "Freddie Sears has his eighth of the season, collecting a long ball forward and beating the last man before slotting it in low."

  134. Post update

    Derby 1-0 Blackpool

    Pat Murphy

    at iPro Stadium for 5 live Sport

    "It was Bryson shot from 25 yards, but I'm not sure the keeper will be pleased. He should not have been beaten from that distance."

  135. Join the debate at #bbcfootball

    Agubata Odinaka: With Aitor Karanka in charge, Boro will survive in the Premier League if they are promoted.

    Rory: Whoever goes up needs to loan players from the top four in the top flight and recruit the best players not promoted.

    JR Peck: Norwich are geared up for Premier League survival. I'd like to think lil' old Brentford would hold their own if Warburton and company are retained...

    Tweet #bbcfootball text 81111 (UK only) or post a message on the BBC Sport Facebook and Google+ pages.

  136. GOAL

    Ipswich 1-0 Cardiff - Freddie Sears (7 mins)

    Ipswich are in on the action. A long ball over the top finds Freddie Sears, who controls, steadies himself and fires a shot from inside the box that finds the goal via a deflection off his marker.

  137. Post update

    Middlesbrough 1-0 Wolves

    Former Scotland international Pat Nevin

    at Riverside Stadium for 5 live Sport

    "You have to say, the vast majority of that was down to Bamford. He drew the goalkeeper and laid it across, and Vossen had a tap-in that he could not miss. Great, intelligent play from Bamford. Well done that man."

  138. GOAL

    Middlesbrough 1-0 Wolves - Jelle Vossen (3 mins)

    Jelle Vossen

    Perfect start for Middlesbrough. The automatic promotion hopefuls take an early lead as Patrick Bamford tees-up Jelle Vossen to tap home. Boro have shot from fourth to top of the 'as it stands' table.

  139. GOAL

    Derby 1-0 Blackpool - Craig Bryson (3 mins)

    Craig Bryson

    Derby off to a flier as Craig Bryson unleashes one from 25 yards that finds the back of the net. The Rams have not been in the best of form of late but that could well set them up for a big win against already-relegated Blackpool.

  140. Post update

    BBC Red Button

    BBC Red Button

    Should you fancy it, hit your BBC Red Button or else at the top of this page to enjoy Midweek Final Score, as it goes around all the Football League grounds.

  141. All to play for

    BBC Radio 5 live

    Ian Dennis, BBC Radio 5 live's chief football reporter: "Every goal counts tonight, and there is still everything to play for. There are 26 slots still to be filled across the Football League with promotion, relegation and play-off positions still to be decided."

  142. KICK-OFF

    We're under way in all our 19:45 BST games. Here we go, hold on to your seats.

  143. Post update

    Former Scotland international Pat Nevin

    at Riverside Stadium for 5 live Sport

    "This is a especially good night of Championship football. There are only four games to go before the play-offs. Extra pressure, and teams will be looking to make real statements of intent both tonight then again at the weekend. A couple of wins and you've every chance of getting what you dream."

  144. Goals, goals, goals

    Just a reminder we'll goal flash from Derby, Ipswich, Leeds, Middlesbrough, Millwall, Sheffield Wednesday and Reading. In addition we'll bring you the best of the rest from Birmingham, Brighton and Bolton, while bringing you regular updates from a busy night in League One and League Two.

  145. Post update

    Reading v Bournemouth (20:00 BST)

    Bournemouth squad

    ABournemouth: The squad take a look around the Madejski Stadium.

  146. Post update

    Reading v Bournemouth (20:00 BST)

    Nabil Hassan

    BBC Sport at the Madejski Stadium

    "Bournemouth arrive at the Madejski Stadium in fine form and backed by 4,000 supporters will be confident of continuing their Premier League bandwagon against a Reading side who will have one eye on Saturday's FA Cup semi-final. Blue skies and fine weather welcome Bournemouth to Berkshire and manager Eddie Howe will be hoping the sun continues to shine on his Championship table-toppers at 22:00 BST."

  147. Post update

    Preston v Gillingham (19:45 BST)

    BBC Sport reporter Steve Wyeth: At Preston for the visit of Gillingham. Walsall don't share too many accolades with Manchester United, but they're the only two visitors to prevail at Deepdale in 2015.

  148. Join the debate at #bbcfootball

    Which Championship side would survive in the Premier League, should they clinch promotion?

    Rishabh Kapoor: Any of the three sides promoted will struggle. This Premier League season pretty much proves it. The current bottom three were promoted.

    Tweet #bbcfootball text 81111 (UK only) or post a message on the BBC Sport Facebook and Google+ pages.

  149. Berra sounds Cardiff warning

    Ipswich v Cardiff (19:45 BST)

    Ipswich Town striker Daryl Murphy

    Defender Christophe Berra fears mid-table Cardiff could seriously damage Ipswich's promotion hopes. Cardiff are one of the few Championship clubs entering the last four games who cannot be promoted or relegated. "It can be a danger playing teams with not a lot to play for but we will remain professional as always," says Berra. Mick McCarthy's Ipswich start six in the table, one point behind fifth-placed Derby but level on points with Brentford and Wolves who are seventh and eighth respectively.

  150. Post update

    Bradford v Bristol City (19:45 BST)

    BBC Sport's Brendon Mitchell at Valley Parade: "League One leaders Bristol City, who've spent 28 out of 36 weeks of this season perched at the top of the table, could get across the line with victory over Bradford City this evening.

    "There's been plenty of talk about the pitch here at Valley Parade this year but, other than this rather sparse-looking area in front of the goal, it's not too bad on the whole."

  151. Promotion double headers for Boro

    Middlesbrough v Wolves (19:45 BST)

    Paul Merson and Paul Gascoigne celebrate with Middlesbrough

    What a huge few days for Middlesbrough. The Championship's fourth-placed team entertain promotion rivals Wolves before travelling to second-placed Norwich on Friday.

    "The next step for us is to win on Tuesday because then we think about Norwich, and a challenge for promotion," says Boro boss Aitor Karanka. "It's no good people talking about the Norwich game because if we don't win against Wolves it might not count as much.

    "I don't think anybody at the beginning of the season expected Boro to be fighting with the top three at this moment and just two points below the top. We have to know how difficult this season has been for us, how good we are when we play our best and how capable we are of winning games."

  152. Post update

    Scunthorpe v Port Vale (19:45 BST)

    Had your dinner yet? If not, Scunthorpe United are tweeting to tickle your tastebuds:

    Scunthorpe hotdog
  153. Promotion party for Shrewsbury?

    League Two

    Shrewsbury Town

    In League Two, Shrewsbury Town will clinch promotion back to the third tier if they win at fourth-placed Bury and Southend United, in fifth, fail to beat Newport County.

    Leaders Burton are not in action until Wednesday, but third-placed Wycombe host Exeter tonight hoping to extend the four point gap between them and the Shakers.

    At the other end, the bottom two of Tranmere and Cheltenham face fellow strugglers Mansfield and Cambridge.

  154. Five wins in a row for Norwich?

    Leeds v Norwich (19:45 BST)

    Norwich City

    Norwich City have hit form at the right time but boss Alex Neil is taking nothing for granted. The Canaries, second in the table, are at Leeds seeking a fifth straight league win. "We've got four games left so we need to continue that momentum, and if we do that I believe we'll be where we want to be," says the former Hamilton manager. "We've got good momentum at the moment, we've got big belief and we've got to go to Leeds and make sure we put on a good performance."

  155. Join the debate at #bbcfootball

    Which Championship side would survive in the Premier League, should they clinch promotion?

    Potton Hornet: "We are all keen to see what resources the Pozzos would throw at the Premier League challenge for Watford, and how Troy Deeney would do."

    Tyrone Bradford: "I think any promoted team from the Championship will struggle defensively in the top flight."

    Tweet #bbcfootball text 81111 (UK only) or post a message on the BBC Sport Facebook and Google+ pages.

  156. Champagne night for Bristol City?

    League One

    Bristol City

    It's not just the Championship we'll be focusing on. There are some pretty important issues that could be sorted out tonight elsewhere.

    Runaway League One leaders Bristol City could be promoted to the Championship tonight, should the beat Bradford City at Valley Parade, while second-placed Preston could edge closer to automatic promotion at home to Gillingham.

    At the bottom, Yeovil are already down, but only nine points separate 15th-placed Walsall and Colchester in 23rd. Getting tasty down there.

  157. LINE-UPS

    Bolton v Charlton (20:00 BST)

    Bolton XI: Bogdan, Ream, Mills, Dervite, Feeney, Bannan, Vela, Danns, Walker, Rochinha, Le Fondre.

    Charlton XI: Henderson, Solly, Wiggins, Diarra, Johnson, Gudmundsson, Buyens, Cousins, Bulot, Vetokele, Watt.

  158. Post update

    Derby v Blackpool (19:45 BST)

    Derby County striker Chris Martin

    Can Derby County rediscover the form that took them top of the table earlier in the season in time to save their campaign? The Rams are fifth in the table but have won just once in nine league games. This is not a good time to have a blip with the finishing line in sight. But manager Steve McClaren will be confident his side can return to winning ways against already relegated Blackpool.

  159. LINE-UPS

    Ipswich v Cardiff (19:45 BST)

    Ipswich XI: Bialkowski, Chambers, Smith, Berra, Mings, Parr, Bishop, Skuse, Stephen Hunt, Sears, Murphy.

    Cardiff XI: Marshall, Peltier, Malone, Ecuele Manga, Morrison, Whittingham, Gunnarsson, Fabio, Ralls, Doyle, Mason.

  160. It all adds up...hopefully

    Bournemouth manager Eddie Howe

    There are still 12 points to play for at the top of the Championship but a few things can be sorted out in the next three hours or so.

    Bournemouth will earn at least a play-off spot if they win and and at least two of Derby, Ipswich, Brentford and Wolves fail to win. A draw will be good enough for Eddie Howe's team if at least two of Ipswich, Brentford and Wolves lose.

    Norwich will book a play-off place if they win and at least two of Ipswich, Brentford and Wolves fail to win. They can seal a top-six place with a point but will need Derby to lose and one of Ipswich, Brentford and Wolves to fail to win.

    Middlesbrough will guarantee at least a play-off place if they beat Wolves and either Ipswich or Brentford lose.

    Everyone got that? Good. I'm going for a lie down.

  161. Post update

    Reading v Bournemouth (20:00 BST)

    Former Tottenham manager David Pleat

    at Madejski Stadium for 5 live Sport

    "Managers can enjoy this situation, but they must be calm. At the tail end of a season some people can boil over in terms of emotions. The manager has to keep calm, be prepared. And he must have a good chairman, because the financial loss, if you don't make it and when expectations were so high, can be great."

  162. LINE-UPS

    Millwall v Wigan (19:45 BST)

    Millwall XI: Forde, Cummings, Nelson, Beevers, Harding, Upson, Abdou, Williams, Martin, O'Brien, Gregory.

    Wigan XI: Carson, Maguire, McClean, Pennant, Kim, Boyce, Bong, Perch, Pearce, Fortune, Kvist.

  163. LINE-UPS

    Reading v Bournemouth (20:00 BST)

    Reading XI: Federici, Gunter, Obita, Pearce, Hector, Ake, Chalobah, Karacan, McCleary, Robson-Kanu, Mackie.

    Bournemouth XI: Boruc, Daniels, Elphick, Cook, Francis, Pugh, Arter, Surman, Ritchie, Kermorgant, Wilson.

  164. LINE-UPS

    Brighton v Huddersfield (19:45 BST)

    Brighton XI: Stockdale, Bruno, Dunk, Halford, Bennett, Kayal, Stephens, Calderon, Teixeira, Carayol, Best.

    Huddersfield XI: Smithies, Smith, Hudson, Lynch, Scannell, Butterfield, Coady, Gobern, James, Wells, Miller.

  165. Post update

    Reading v Bournemouth (20:00 BST)

    Nabil Hassan

    BBC Sport at the Madejski Stadium

    "Bournemouth's fans have travelled from far and wide to be at the game tonight, with one supporter - Paul Scott - flying in from Russia to watch his beloved Cherries. He's backed a Bournemouth victory and he's right to be confident with Eddie Howe's side needing one more goal for the most ever away from home in a 46-game second tier season. In short, they've been rampant away from home."

  166. 4,000 Cherries at Reading

    Reading v Bournemouth (20:00 BST)

    Bournemouth fan

    Fans of leaders Bournemouth cannot get enough of their team's promotion charge, with 4,000 making the 150 mile round trip to Reading. "I can sense the supporters are feeling good, but it's my job to take myself away from that and focus on the work," says Cherries boss Eddie Howe.

    "It's just good to see the Bournemouth fans enjoying themselves after so many years of worrying about their football club's future."

  167. LINE-UPS

    Derby v Blackpool (19:45 BST)

    Derby XI: Grant, Bryson, Keogh, Dawkins, Hendrick, Lingard, Whitbread, Ince, Shotton, Warnock, Bent.

    Blackpool XI: Parish, Maher, Clarke, O'Dea, Dunne, Cubero, O'Hara, Perkins, Orlandi, Cameron, Madine.

  168. LINE-UPS

    Leeds v Norwich (19:45 BST)

    Leeds XI: Silvestri, Wootton, Bamba, Cooper, Berardi, Murphy, Ngoyi, Mowatt, Taylor, Byram, Sharp.

    Norwich XI: Ruddy, Whittaker, Martin, Bassong, Olsson, Tettey, Dorrans, Howson, Redmond, Hoolahan, Jerome.

  169. LINE-UPS

    Birmingham v Blackburn (19:45 GMT)

    Birmingham XI: Randolph, Caddis, Morrison, Kiernan, Grounds; Gleeson, Tesche, Cotterill, Fabbrini, Gray, Donaldson.

    Blackburn XI: Eastwood, Marshall, Spurr, Kilgallon, Olsson, O'Sullivan, Spearing, Evans, Conway, Brown, Rhodes.

  170. 'We can achieve 83 points'

    Sheff Weds v Brentford (19:45 BST)

    Brentford manager Mark Warburton

    Brentford boss Mark Warburton says his side are in a mini league of four teams for two play-off spaces. The Bees start seventh - level on points with sixth-placed Ipswich but with an inferior goal difference. "A neutral will look at it as two mini leagues of four at the top," added Warburton.

    "There will be two teams in the play-offs from four. Derby have a similar run to ourselves. Wolves play Middlesbrough and then play Ipswich and points have to be dropped.

    "It might be 80 points from the play-offs, which is incredible, but if that is what it is, that is what it is. We are capable of achieving 83 points, that will be enough."

  171. LINE-UPS

    Sheff Weds v Brentford (19:45 BST)

    Sheff Wed XI: Westwood, Buxton, May, Lavery, Lees, Helan, Zayatte, Lee, Isgrove, Melo, McGugan.

    Brentford XI: Button, Bidwell, Dean, Douglas, Odubajo, Dallas, Judge, Gray, Diagouraga, Peleteiro, Tarkowski.

  172. Goals, goals, goals

    We'll goal flash from games at Derby, Ipswich, Leeds, Middlesbrough, Millwall, Sheffield Wednesday and Reading. In addition we'll bring you the best of the rest from Birmingham, Brighton and Bolton, while bringing you regular updates from a busy night in League One and League Two.

  173. On the wireless

    Middlesbrough v Wolves

    BBC Radio 5 live

    There is full commentary of the fourth versus eighth clash from the Championship between Middlesbrough and Wolves on BBC Radio 5 live. Build-up with Mark Chapman is about to start before kick off at 19:45 BST. From 22:00 BST there is 5 live Football Social with your calls and social media reaction to the night's Football League action. You can listen by clicking the 'Live Coverage' tab above.

  174. Post update

    Middlesbrough v Wolves (19:45 BST)

    Former Scotland international Pat Nevin

    at Riverside Stadium for 5 live Sport

    "I think tonight will be a close game, because they always are in this league. I'm not going to make any predications regarding the scoreline - only mad people make predictions of Championship football. The league is fantastic - it's incredibly tight at the top, very, very close."

  175. LINE-UPS

    Middlesbrough v Wolves (19:45 BST)

    Middlesbrough XI: Konstantopoulos, Kalas, Woodgate, Gibson, Friend, Adomah, Forshaw, Clayton, Tomlin, Vossen, Bamford.

    Wolves XI: Ikeme; Iorfa, Batth, Stearman, Hause, McDonald, Price, van La Parra, Edwards, Sako, Afobe.

  176. TEAM NEWS

    Derby v Blackpool (19:45 BST)

    Derby will be without Chris Martin tonight. The striker was struggling with a hamstring injury and has not been included in the Rams match-day squad. However, Ryan Shotton (concussion) returns for the visit of relegated Blackpool, with fellow defender Cyrus Christie on the bench after recovering from tonsillitis.

    Derby XI: Grant, Bryson, Keogh, Dawkins, Hendrick, Lingard, Whitbread, Ince, Shotton, Warnock, Bent.

  177. Join the debate at #bbcfootball

    Eight Championship teams still dreaming of playing in the Premier League. But which club will be best equipped to stay in the top-tier and why? Would Bournemouth or Brentford stand a chance? Have Derby learnt their lesson from last time when they were relegated from the top-flight on 11 points? And which players will shine on the Premier League stage following the success of Burnley's Danny Ings and QPR's Charlie Austin? Can Bournemouth's Callum Wilson do the business. Has Middlesbrough winger Albert Adomah got the pace to trouble top-flight defences?

    Tweet #bbcfootball text 81111 (UK only) or post a message on the BBC Sport Facebook and Google+ pages.

  178. Tough at the top

    Two points separating the top four, nine points between the top eight, four games remaining...the scramble to win a Premier League place could not be more exciting.

    Seven of the top eight are all in action on a busy night at both ends of the table.

    Away from the Championship, Bristol City can win promotion from League One while Shrewsbury could secure a place in the third-tier.

  179. Rise and rise of Bournemouth

    Reading v Bournemouth (20:00 BST)

    Championship top six 14 April

    This time six years ago Bournemouth were contemplating life in the Conference after a 1-0 home defeat to Brentford left them one point above the League Two relegation zone. The Cherries won their last three league games to avoid disaster and have not looked back since.

    Victory at FA Cup semi-finalists Reading later could leave Eddie Howe's Championship leaders with a five point automatic promotion cushion heading into the last three games.

    Slip up and Norwich, Watford and Middlesbrough are ready to knock the Cherries off the top.

    League Two bottom six 2008-09
  180. Seaside rock

    Seven miles of golden sands...

    Bournemouth beach

    Popular destination with surfers...

    A surfer catches the waves at Bournemouth

    Paradise for ice cream lovers...

    Ice cream

    But will Bournemouth be home to a Premier League football club next season?

    Bournemouth