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Emlyn Begley and Patrick Jennings

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  1. Post update

    Right then, that's all from us for this evening. 

    But if it's more football you're after you can listen to BBC Radio 5 live's Football Social by using the link at the top of this page until 22:30 BST. 

    Until the next time, be seeing you!

  2. Championship table - How they stand

    Here's how the Championship table is looking tonight then:

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    Bristol City 2-2 Leeds

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  4. Post update

    What a brilliant end to the night - late goals all over the shop.

    Sone Aluko's winner sees Hull go joint top of the Championship, QPR came from behind to win at Wolves and Bristol City get their first points of the season on the board after trailing Leeds 2-0. 

    Aden Flint's 95th-minute leveller just edges out Sheffield Wednesday's late goal to earn a point at home to Reading. That one was just in the 90th minute...

  5. FULL-TIME - Hull 2-1 Fulham

    That's it - Hull see this one out to claim the three points.

  6. FULL-TIME - Doncaster 0-0 Southend

    Neither side have won a game yet in League One this season.

  7. Hull 2-1 Fulham

    There are four minutes of time added on to play at the KC Stadium. 

    Will we see another late goal?

  8. FULL-TIME - Wigan 3-0 Scunthorpe

    Wigan's first League One win of the season. Or in years in fact.

  9. FULL-TIME - Bristol City 2-2 Leeds

    It's Bristol City's first point since promotion but it must feel like a win. 

    What a turnaround from Steve Cotterill's side.

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  11. FULL-TIME - Wolves 2-3 QPR

    A fantastic game ends and QPR have their first Championship win of the season. Both clubs are on four points now.

  12. GOAL - Bristol City 2-2 Leeds - Aden Flint (90 mins +5)

    My oh my!

    What a finish to the game at Ashton Gate! They've left it late but Aden Flint is on hand to backheel over the line as chaos breaks out in the box from a corner. 

    Surely there's no time for a winner?

  13. FULL-TIME - Sheffield Wednesday 1-1 Reading

    Sheffield Wednesday players celebrate

    Sheffield Wednesday snatch a point against the run of play. Reading miss out on the chance to win their first Championship game this season.


    We're in injury time now in most of our games, five added on at Molineux and three at Hillsborough.

  15. GOAL - Hull 2-1 Fulham - Sone Aluko (86 mins)

    Sone Aluko scores

    This could well be the winner for the home side at the KC Stadium - Sone Aluko with it. 

    He's a bit lucky as the ball bounces to him in the box but there's no mistake with the finish - he smashes home past sub 'keeper Andy Lonergan. 

  16. Bristol City 1-2 Leeds

    Almost! Kieran Agard gets in front of his man to meet a Wes Burns cross from the right but it's just wide. 

    What a difference he's made since coming on.

  17. GOAL - Sheffield Wednesday 1-1 Reading - Modou Sougou (90 mins)

    Modou Sougou celebrates

    Amazing - Sheffield Wednesday have been awful but they've probably rescued a point. Reading keeper Jonathan Bond drops a Rhoys Wiggins cross, a horrendous error to make, and Modou Sougou slams home the rebound.

  18. GOAL - Bristol City 1-2 Leeds - Kieran Agard (89 mins)

    Now then! 

    Is there a very late comeback on the cards at Ashton Gate? Kieran Agard slides one in under the keeper and in off the post to give the home fans hope. 

    Is that all it is?

  19. Hull 1-1 Fulham

    Decent chance for Hull now as Sam Clucas rises above Jazz Richards to meet a David Meyler cross - off target. 

    Just under 10 minutes to play there -  there was a delay when Fulham goalkeeper Marcus Bettinelli came off injured before half-time.

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  21. Hull 1-1 Fulham

    Ross McCormack is clearly in a confident mood. He lines up a free-kick, 35 yards from goal, but even with the slight deflection off the top of the wall, his effort's comfortably saved by Allan McGregor.

  22. Get Involved

    Simon in Windsor:  "Having seen us play excellently away at Brum and if we can hold on tonight I think reading are going to be better away than at home." 


    Sheffield Wednesday 0-1 Reading

    Double change for Reading, who are close to their first Championship win of the season.

    Orlando Sa and Hal Robson-Kanu come off for Nick Blackman and Michael Hector.

  24. Wolves 2-3 QPR

    QPR striker Charlie Austin does well to play in Massimo Luongo and the summer signing from Swindon should score but he is denied by Emiliano Martinez. It was almost game over there.

  25. Bristol City 0-2 Leeds

    Stuart Dallas of Leeds and Callum Robinson of Bristol City

    No sign of a comeback at Ashton Gate though. 

    Kieran Agard's come on to replace Jonathan Kodjia but Leeds are in cruise control.

    Can you spend £9m on a striker and still go down? Zero points from three games as it stands.

  26. Wolves 2-3 QPR

    It's almost 3-3, this has been a great game. Kevin McDonald has a go from 12 yards which Nedum Onuoha heads just wide - it was so close. The defender will have been very relieved to see that drop wide.

  27. Hull 1-1 Fulham

    So, a dramatic comeback at Molineux where QPR now lead and Fulham are coming back into this strongly now. 

    Another change for the home side sees Nikica Jelavic on for on-loan Arsenal striker Chuba Akpom. 


    Wolves 2-3 QPR

    QPR replace Tjaronn Chery with Michael Doughty, who is more of a defensive-minded player in midfield.

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  30. Wolves 2-3 QPR

    Wolves keeper Emiliano Martinez does well to save a free-kick from QPR's Tjaronn Chery.

  31. GOAL - Hull 1-1 Fulham - Tom Cairney (69 mins)

    What a goal! Top corner stuff from Tom Cairney, 20 yards out. Allan McGregor could only stop and stare. 

    Game on at the KC Stadium, then - with 20 still to play which way is this one going to swing?

  32. Wolves 2-3 QPR

    That's two goals and an assist for Matt Phillips, who could be a target for Premier League clubs this month.

  33. Hull 1-0 Fulham

    Chance for Fulham as Moussa Dembele (no, not that one) gets up well to meet Jazz Richards's cross but his header is off target. 

    Sam Clucas comes on to replace Abel Hernandez, for Hull.

  34. Wolves 2-3 QPR

    Steve Claridge

    BBC Radio 5 live at Molineux

    "Matt Phillips did the keeper with his eyes - you expected him to plant the ball into the far corner but instead he's hooked it towards the near post. A moment of real quality from QPR."

  35. GOAL - Wolves 2-3 QPR - Matt Phillips (72 mins)

    QPR have totally turned this around as Matt Phillips scores his second. The winger fires home from 25 yards but the shot seems fairly central, dreadful keeping by Emiliano Martinez to let that one through.

  36. GOAL - Wigan 3-0 Scunthorpe - Craig Davies (70 mins)

    Craig Davies outpaces the Scunthorpe defence and seals the game for Wigan, their first League One win in many years.

  37. Bristol City 0-2 Leeds

    Free-kick for Bristol City from range - Marlon Pack sends it dipping wildly over Marco Silvestri's bar. Wasted. 

    If the home side want a first point of the season they're running out of time to get the two goals back they need. Just under 20 left.

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  39. Sheffield Wednesday 0-1 Reading

    Marco Matias has a chance for the Owls but Jonathan Bond denies him. Moments earlier Hal Robson-Kanu fired over for the Royals.

  40. Wolves 2-2 QPR

    Steve Claridge

    BBC Radio 5 live at Molineux

    "On the whole QPR still look more likely to win this game but Benik Afobe is still looking a real threat for Wolves. He's got himself into positions nobody else on the pitch would have been able to. He'll be disappointed he didn't bury that."

  41. Wolves 2-2 QPR

    Wolves striker Benik Afobe fires just wide after being picked out by Rajiv van La Parra. He has been such a handful tonight - if Norwich were interested in him, they'll be even more keen now.

  42. Bristol City 0-2 Leeds

    What a cross that is from Wes Burns - fierce. Aaron Wilbraham's outstretched boot is inches away from meeting it but the ball zips along on its way and Leeds can breathe again. 

    Alex Mowatt replaces Mirco Antenucci for the away side.


    Wolves 2-2 QPR

    QPR midfielder Karl Henry enters booktown against his former club after pulling Benik Afobe by the shorts.

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    Wolves 2-2 QPR

    Wolves make a change, as James Henry is replaced by Rajiv van La Parra.

  46. Wolves 2-2 QPR

    So close by Benik Afobe, whose free-kick hits the side-netting. The Wolves fans thought it was in, as did our BBC Radio 5 live commentator I think.

  47. Hull 1-0 Fulham

    Fulham seem a bit goal shy tonight. Decent possession but there's not much to show for it.

    Ross McCormack is showing some lovely touches up front but there's a sense of overcooking it all slightly.

    Just the one shot on target for each side so far. 

  48. Bristol City 0-2 Leeds

    Ryan Fredericks of Bristol City and Charlie Taylor of Leeds

    Leeds haven't been on top at Ashton Gate but they're still two goals to the good. 

    Are you watching Andre Gray? The Robins need a good striker.

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  50. Hull 1-0 Fulham

    The goals are coming in now - are we going to see another one at Hull? 

    Not from David Meyler if this chance is anything to go by - he strikes one from range but it's poor, sails way over the bar.


    Sheffield Wednesday 0-1 Reading

    Sheffield Wednesday make their second change as Modou Sougou replaces Lewis McGugan in midfield.

  52. Wolves 2-2 QPR

    QPR looked out of this game at 2-0 but they almost took the lead through Nedum Onuoha's header from Matt Phillips's free-kick. Fortunately for Wolves it was straight at keeper Emiliano Martinez.

  53. Bristol City 0-2 Leeds

    BBC Sport's Nabil Hassan at Ashton Gate: "Totally naive defending from Bristol City and now they've got a mountain to climb. Classic smash and grab this from Leeds United."

  54. Wolves 2-2 QPR

    Steve Claridge

    BBC Radio 5 live at Molineux

    "A great comeback from QPR. They could have been 3-1 down had Benik Afobe had taken his earlier chance but they have been by far the better side in possession. They deserve to be level."

  55. GOAL - Bristol City 0-2 Leeds - Chris Wood (52 mins)

    Leeds United players celebrate

    Now then. Bristol City striker Aaron Wilbraham was down injured but the away side played on - as they have every right to if it's not a head injury. 

    Mirco Antenucci counters at pace, feeds Chris Wood who cuts in and flashes on home, right into the corner. Lovely finish.

  56. GOAL - Wolves 2-2 QPR - Matt Phillips (52 mins)

    QPR are level. Matt Phillips is on the right wing, he cuts in and then curls in an effort which somehow beats several defenders and keeper Emiliano Martinez. It was almost like an 18-yard pass into the net.

  57. KICK-OFF

    Hull 1-0 Fulham

    And we are back under way at the KC Stadium too, 

    There was a delay before half-time because of Fulham goalkeeper Marcus Bettinelli's injury.

  58. Wolves 2-1 QPR

    Steve Claridge

    BBC Radio 5 live at Molineux

    "Benik Afobe, that extra yard of pace makes him a little bit different to everybody else. He had no right to make that ball." 

  59. Wolves 2-1 QPR

    Benik Afobe has a chance to score his second goal but Rob Green keeps out his effort from the edge of the box. The ex-England keeper holds onto the ball before the striker can have a second crack.

  60. Bristol City 0-1 Leeds

    Bristol City have come right out of the blocks. Aaron Wilbraham collects a Joe Bryan ball, turns onto his left and is only denied by the feet of Leeds stopper Marco Silvestri.

    What has Steve Cotterill told his players at half-time?   

  61. GOAL - Sheffield Wednesday 0-1 Reading - Danny Williams (49 mins)

    Reading players celebrate

    Danny Williams gives Reading the lead, firing into the roof of the net after Orlando Sa had broken into the box and beaten a couple of Owls defenders.


    Wolves 2-1 QPR

    Wolves make a half-time change as Adam Le Fondre replaces Nouha Dicko up front.

  63. KICK-OFF

    We are just getting under way in all our games now, bar Hull v Fulham where there was a little delay in the first half.

  64. Hull 1-0 Fulham

    Fulham's Matt Smith

    Former Newcastle and Hull goalkeeper Steve Harper at the KC Stadium for BBC Radio 5 live:

    "For 20 minutes Fulham did OK without really threatening but they gave Hull a bit of encouragement by giving the ball away - you could sense the goal was coming. 

    "The double substitution will have hurt them, Fulham. Marcus Bettinelli and Matt Smith both had to go off and at first it looked a bad one for the goalkeeper. But I'm hoping it's more bruising than anything serious."

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    Hal Robson-Kanu

    Hull 1-0 Fulham

    Hull lead but what a disastrous moment for Fulham just before the break - goalkeeper Marcus Bettinelli and Matt Smith have both had to be replaced after a collision.

    We'll bring you the latest on their injuries as we have it. 

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    Half-time in both the League One games. Doncaster and Southend are goalless, while Wigan lead Scunthorpe 2-0. 


    Hull 1-0 Fulham

    Marcus Bettinelli

    Marcus Bettinelli is being carried down the tunnel - it's his left leg that seems to be the trouble, there's a very heavy-looking strapping. He looks in a lot of pain.

    Andy Lonergan is on in his place - and Matt Smith has had to come off, too - Moussa Dembele his replacement.  


    It's half-time in three of our four Championship games. A delay at Fulham because of the injury to Marcus Bettinelli.

  71. Wolves 2-1 QPR

    QPR have a chance to level in first-half injury-time but Matt Phillips blasts wide following a free-kick.

  72. Hull 1-0 Fulham

    Fulham keeper Marcus Bettinelli is down and calling for a stretcher at Hull - he was out off his line at turbo speed to close down Adel Hernandez and seems to have taken a knock. 

    On the replay it looks like it was Matt Smith he collided with.

    Moments before Ahmed Elmohamady almost had a second when meeting another Andrew Robertson cross - his header deflected narrowly wide.

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  74. Sheffield Wednesday 0-0 Reading

    Reading midfielder Oliver Norwood has an effort from his own half after he saw Sheffield Wednesday keeper Lewis Price off his line. I've got a lot of time for that.

  75. Bristol City 0-1 Leeds

    BBC Sport's Nabil Hassan at Ashton Gate: "A goal totally against the run of play and it has stunned Ashton Gate. Ben Hamer is having a rocky start to his Bristol City career. This is a big test of character for Steve Cotterill's side."

  76. GOAL- Bristol City 0-1 Leeds - Mirco Antenucci (39 mins)

    Ben Hamer brings down Mirco Antenucci as Leeds counter and it's a penalty. 

    From the spot-kick Antenucci slams the ball home himself, straight down the middle. Hamer had dived about a week ago. 

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    Wolves 2-1 QPR

    Steve Claridge

    BBC Radio 5 live at Molineux

    "What a wonderful ball in from the left. An incredible ball in from Matt Phillips. Charlie Austin is there in the right place at the right time and they are back in the game all of a sudden. When you've got Austin you've always got a chance."

  79. GOAL - Wolves 2-1 QPR - Charlie Austin (38 mins)

    It could potentially be his last game for QPR if anybody ever just stumps up the £15m they want, and Charlie Austin has got the R's back into this game.

    Matt Phillips pings in a great cross from the left and Austin heads past Emiliano Martinez.

  80. Wolves 2-0 QPR

    Steve Claridge

    BBC Sport

    "It's nice but there is no real cutting edge to what QPR are doing. Charlie Austin is on his own up front, they just don't look a threat."


    Sheffield Wednesday 0-0 Reading

    Sheffield Wednesday captain Glenn Loovens was a fitness doubt but he started tonight. It probably wasn't the right decision as he's just been replaced by Vincent Sasso. Tom Lees takes the Owls armband.

  82. GOAL - Hull 1-0 Fulham - Ahmed Elmohamady (34 mins)

    Ahmed Elmohamady celebrates

    The home side get the breakthrough. 

    A searching left-foot cross from Andrew Robertson finds Ahmed Elmohamady at the back stick - he rises high to head across Marcus Bettinelli in the Fulham goal. 

    Advantage Hull.

  83. Sheffield Wednesday 0-0 Reading

    Reading defender Chris Gunter fires over a shot and Owls captain Glenn Loovens, who had been a fitness doubt, now appears to be struggling with an injury.

  84. Bristol City 0-0 Leeds

    Best chance for Bristol City so far this - Callum Robinson and Joe Bryan combine down the wing before Bryan forces Marco Silvestri into a decent save at his near post.  

    Better tempo from the home side.  

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  86. GOAL - Wigan 2-0 Scunthorpe - Donervan Daniels (27 mins)

    Wigan double their lead against Scunthorpe as  Donervan Daniels  slams home at the far post after the Iron failed to clear a free-kick.

  87. Wolves 2-0 QPR

    Wolves are running rampant at Molineux, Nouha Dicko forcing a save from Rob Green.


    Hull 0-0 Fulham

    Curtis Davies is probably not the man you'd back to bury a rising volley from the edge of the area, but he slams Tom Huddlestone's cutter of a corner onto the crossbar.

    Off he trots back to centre-half. No dice this time. 


    Sheffield Wednesday 0-0 Reading

    Reading's Aaron Tshibola is booked for a foul on Lucas Joao. The referee allowed play to continue but came back to book the 20-year-old.

  90. Wolves 2-0 QPR

    Steve Claridge

    BBC Radio 5 live at

    "Wonderful finish. But Kevin McDonald has got so much time on the edge of the box! He just picks his spot with a firm side-foot. But where was the tracking runner? And what was the defender thinking, heading the ball back in to the danger area?"

  91. GOAL - Wolves 2-0 QPR - Kevin McDonald (24 mins)

    Wolves have doubled their lead. The ball breaks to  Kevin McDonald on the edge of the box and there is nobody within three yards. He has time to pick his spot and he does so perfectly.

  92. Sheffield Wednesday 0-0 Reading

    Reading midfielder Oliver Norwood has a shot from a 35-yard free-kick but it goes just over the crossbar.

  93. Bristol City 0-0 Leeds

    BBC Sport's Nabil Hassan at Ashton Gate:  "Not much to report here in terms of chances. Jonathan Kodjia's pace is causing Leeds' defence concerns while Bristol's back three look slightly nervy - as you would expect from a team searching for their first points of the season."

  94. Hull 0-0 Fulham

    Danger for Fulham as Sone Aluko surges into the box but it's that man again - Nikolay Bodurov is there to stop him in his tracks. 

    We've not seen an awful lot from Adel Hernandez so far - he's back in the side after a three-match suspension for that altercation with Manchester United's Phil Jones at the end of last season.

    Actually, there's not been much doing from either team in attack so far.

  95. Wolves 1-0 QPR

    Dave Edwards has a go from distance for Wolves and it's deflected for a corner. He was lucky to win a set-piece there as it wasn't a great effort.

  96. Wolves 1-0 QPR

    QPR have an attack and Tjaronn Chery's shot is saved by Emiliano Martinez, who holds onto it at the second attempt.

  97. Wolves 1-0 QPR

    Steve Claridge

    BBC Radio 5 live at Molineux

    "Benik Afobe spins in a really tight area and puts it into almost an empty net from about four yards out. It wasn't a great cross in initially and it wasn't a great initial shot either but it was a wonderful finish from Afobe."

  98. Bristol City 0-0 Leeds

    A decent counter from the away side sees Tom Adeyemi and Mirco Antenucci combine but Bristol City cover well. 

    Down the other end, Callum Robinson fires over the bar cutting in. Very few chances so far. 

  99. GOAL - Wolves 1-0 QPR - Benik Afobe (17 mins)

    Wolves take the lead as James Henry passes into the box, the pass isn't great but it finds  Benik Afobe, who controls before firing home from close range.

  100. Sheffield Wednesday 0-0 Reading

    Andrew Taylor of Reading and Ross Wallace of Sheffield Wednesday

    Reading are starting to improve after Sheffield Wednesday dominated the early stages. No major chances yet though.

  101. Wolves 0-0 QPR

    Steve Claridge

    BBC Radio 5 live at Molineux

    "Wolves have been a bit huff and puff. There's no real plan or execution to what they're doing. QPR look slicker. There's more of a plan to what they're doing."  


    Hull 0-0 Fulham

    Ahmed  Elmohamaday goes down in the box after a Nikolay Bodurov challenge but there's nothing doing for the referee. Goal kick again. 

  103. Hull 0-0 Fulham

    Here's Andrew Robertson venturing forward once more down the Fulham right but this time his cross is too long. Goal kick. 

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    Disastrous signings

  105. Hull 0-0 Fulham

    All quiet at the KC Stadium. 

    An Andrew Robertson foray forward is dealt with well by Nikolay Bodurov - the home side with the better of it so far.

  106. Wolves 0-0 QPR

    Massimo Luongo has a go for QPR which Wolves keeper Emiliano Martinez, on loan from Arsenal, almost fumbles over his own line. A let-off for the hosts.


    Bristol City 0-0 Leeds

    Ryan Fredericks goes into the book early on for Bristol City. A trip on Tom Adeyemi. 

  108. Sheffield Wednesday 0-0 Reading

    Marco Matias has the first chance at Hillsborough but his volley is deflected by Reading's Aaron Tshibola.

  109. Celtic 1-0 Malmo

    And Celtic are up and running right out of the blocks, too - they've taken the lead at home to Swedish club Malmo in the first leg of their Champions League play-off. 

    Leigh Griffiths got it, and you can follow live updates here.

  110. GOAL - Wigan 1-0 Scunthorpe - Will Grigg (3 mins)

    First goal of the night and it's in League One.  Will Grigg gives Wigan the lead against Scunthorpe from the spot after he was brought down in the penalty area.

  111. Wolves 0-0 QPR

    Steve Claridge

    BBC Sport

    "Just too much pace on the ball. There was too much whip but still Benik Afobe managed to get his head on it - he did really well but there just wasn't enough purchase though."

  112. Wolves 0-0 QPR

    Wolves striker Benik Afobe, a reported target for Norwich, has the first chance of the night but heads Dave Edwards's cross just wide of Rob Green's goal.

  113. KICK-OFF

    We are up and under way around the country.

  114. Gray to Bristol? For £9m?

    Bristol City v Leeds (19:45 BST)

    Steve Claridge

    BBC Radio 5 live

    Andre Gray playing for Luton Town

    "Andre Gray has had a meteoric rise - I watched him two years ago at Luton in non-league, playing against Aldershot. 

    "It's an incredible amount for money for a Championship to Championship transfer. He'll be worth it if he gets the goals that gets them out of the league. And it's certainly some statement from Bristol City. Surely they'll go on and get Charlie Austin, too, at this rate."

  115. Get Involved

    Disastrous signings

  116. Line-ups

    Wigan v Scunthorpe (19:45 BST)

    Wigan: O'Donnell, Kenny, Morgan, Daniels, James, Junior, Perkins, McCann, Jacobs, Grigg, Davies. Subs: Power, Coulthirst, Flores, McNaughton, Murray, Barnett, Jaaskelainen.

    Scunthorpe: Anyon, Wiseman, Mirfin, King, Laird, Clarke, Dawson, Bishop, Ness, Madden, Hopper. Subs: Watson, McAllister, van Veen, Henderson, Adelakun, Goode, McSheffrey.

  117. Line-ups

    Doncaster v Southend (19:45 BST)

    Doncaster: Stuckmann, McCullough, MacKenzie, Butler, Taylor-Sinclair, Forrester, Middleton, Wellens, Evina, Coppinger, Williams. Subs: Lund, Chaplow, Main, Mandeville, Marosi, Paul McKay, Whitehouse.

    Southend: Bentley, White, Bolger, Barrett, Coker, Hurst, Leonard, Atkinson, Timlin, Worrall, Mooney. Subs: Wordsworth, Prosser, Payne, Weston, Ted Smith, Deegan, Pigott. 

  118. Doncaster v Southend (19:45 BST)

    Doncaster beat Southend in the 2008 League One play-offs
  119. Get Involved

    Disastrous signings

    Taylor Swift
    Image caption: Would Airdrie have been better signing Taylor Swift than Morgan?

    Tonight we're asking: Which are the most disastrous signings your club has made (we're not talking Manchester United losing £10m on Angel Di Maria, but the guys who almost financially crippled your club). Are you still recovering from a bad purchase five years ago?

    Henners: I am an Ebbsfleet fan and the worst signing we've made in recent times was Michael Corcoran. The most useless holding mid I've ever seen. Brushed off the ball too easily & couldn't pass water. 

    Dan Preston: Wolves signing "The Relegator", Roger Johnson.

    Andrew WilliamBennett: Taylor Morgan on loan at Airdrieonians. I'd rather we had Taylor Swift.

    Let us know using #bbcfootball on Twitter, 81111 on text (UK only, please let us know your name) or on the BBC Match of the Day Facebook page.

  120. Wigan v Scunthorpe (19:45 BST)

    Wigan have won their last six games v Scunthorpe
  121. Post update

    We'll be bringing you score updates from tonight's League One games too.

  122. Wolves v QPR (19:45 BST)

    QPR have won two of their past 17 meetings with Wolves
  123. Sheffield Wednesday v Reading (19:45 BST)

    Reading v Sheffield Wednesday is traditionally a high-scoring game
  124. Get Involved

    Disastrous signings

  125. Hull v Fulham (19:45 BST)

    Hull beat Fulham 6-0 when they last met at the KC Stadium
  126. Bristol City v Leeds (19:45 BST)

    Bristol City have lost six in a row to Leeds
  127. Post update

    Bristol City v Leeds (19:45 BST)

    BBC Sport's Nabil Hassan at Ashton Gate:

    "Wet and windy here at Ashton Gate but it hasn't dampened spirits among the Bristol City fans who are hoping to see their side claim their first points since returning to the Championship.

    "As you can see from the picture, Ashton Gate is missing a stand but if Saturday is anything to go by it won't affect the atmosphere with Leeds United also bringing a decent contingent of supporters down from Yorkshire this evening."

    Ashton Gate
  128. Get Involved

    Disastrous signings

  129. Wolves v QPR (19:45 BST)

    Coaches by the Gallen

    Steve Gallen (left)
    Image caption: Steve Gallen (left) has been on QPR's coaching staff since 1997 and had a brief spell as joint-caretaker manager in December 2009

    There will be two brothers tonight on the rival benches at Molineux; Wolves assistant Joe Gallen and QPR counterpart Steve.

    All three Gallen brothers (ex-R's striker Kevin is the other) have all played for or worked for QPR - or both.

    Quote Message: We haven’t spoken in the last few days. There has been no talk of players or tactics – just in case either of us lets anything slip. The pair of us will be in the referee’s changing room an hour before the game exchanging teamsheets, and there will be a little wink or two between us, I’d imagine from QPR first-team coach Steve Gallen on his brother Joe
    QPR first-team coach Steve Gallen on his brother Joe

    There's no neutrality from the third Gallen brother tonight.

  130. Get Involved

    Disastrous signings

    Mark Beck on Twitter:  Finidi George cost Ipswich a lot at the time and never delivered

  131. Coming up on BBC radio

    Wolves v QPR (19:45 BST)

    BBC Radio 5 Live

    If you tune in to BBC Radio 5 live right now, you can hear opinion on Barcelona forward Pedro's imminent arrival at Stamford Bridge. 

    Why didn't he go to Manchester United? Former United midfielder Paul Ince reckons Sadio Mane is a better option anyway... 

    All of this is before we get stuck into the night's Championship football. 

    There'll be live commentary from Wolves's home tie against QPR, plus updates from the night's three other fixtures.

  132. Get Involved

    Disastrous signings

  133. Team news

    Sheffield Wednesday v Reading (19:45 BST)

    Sheffield Wednesday start with Lewis Price in goal after Keiren Westwood injured his kidneys. Skipper Glenn Loovens and Sam Hutchinson both passed fitness tests to start.

    Reading make two changes, with Andrew Taylor and Aaron Tshibola starting. The club were hoping Alex Fernandez received international clearance in time, but he does not feature.

    Sheffield Wednesday: Price, Hutchinson, Loovens, Matias, McGugan, Lees, Wiggins, Joao, Lopez, Hunt, Wallace. Subs: Bus, Helan, Lee, Sasso, Sougou, Wildsmith, Semedo.  

    Reading:  Bond, Gunter, Taylor, McShane (c), Ferdinand, Norwood, Williams, Quinn, Tshibola, Robson-Kanu, Sa. Subs: Al-Habsi, Obita, Hector, Blackman, Cox, Fosu, Stacey.

  134. Team news

    Hull v Fulham (19:45 BST)

    Hull manager Steve Bruce makes three changes to his starting XI - David Meyler, Sone Aluko and Abel Hernandez come in for Isaac Hayden, Sam Clucas and Nikica Jelavic.

    Fulham  name an unchanged line-up from the team that lost 2-1 at home to Brighton on Saturday.  

    Hull:  McGregor, Odubajo, Dawson, Davies, Robertson, Elmohamady, Meyler, Huddlestone, Aluko, Akpom, Hernandez.  Subs: Taylor, Clucas, Maguire, Jakupovic, Jelavic, Hayden, Luer.

    Fulham:  Bettinelli, Richards, Hutchinson, Bodurov, Voser, Cairney, Christensen, O'Hara, Pringle, McCormack, Smith.  Subs: Kacaniklic, Woodrow, Tunnicliffe, Lonergan, Dembele, Kavanagh, Burn.

  135. Team news

    Bristol City v Leeds (19:45 BST)

    Still no sign of Andre Gray at  Bristol City  - until that transfer story unravels itself it's summer signing Jonathan Kodjia and Aaron Wilbraham who lead the line for the Robins.  

    There are three changes for Leeds as Scott Wootton, Giuseppe Bellusci and Mirco Antenucci come in for Gaetano Berardi, Liam Cooper and Alex Mowatt. 

    Leeds:  Silvestri, Wootton, Bellusci, Bamba, Taylor, Adeyemi, Phillips, Byram, Dallas, Antenucci, Wood.  Subs:  Turnbull, Cooper, Berardi, Murphy, Mowatt, Erwin, Doukara.  

    Bristol City:  Hamer, Ayling, Flint, Williams, Fredericks, Smith, Pack, Robinson, Bryan, Wilbraham, Kodjia.  Subs:  O'Leary, El-Abd, Little, Wagstaff, Reid, Agard, Burns.  

  136. Team news

    Wolves v QPR (19:45 BST)

    QPR striker Charlie Austin starts again, while midfielder Alejandro Faurlin is in the starting line-up for the first time in a year following injury.

    Wolves are unchanged so striker Benik Afobe starts again. The club insisted today he is not for sale after he was linked with Norwich. 

    Wolves: Martinez, Iorfa, Stearman, Hause, Golbourne, Henry, Coady, McDonald, Edwards, Afobe, Dicko. Subs: Ikeme, Doherty, van La Parra, Price, Ojo, Ebanks-Landell, Le Fondre. 

    QPR: Green, Perch, Onuoha, Hall, Konchesky, Henry, Faurlin, Phillips, Luongo, Chery, Austin. Subs: Hill, Gladwin, Lumley, Emmanuel-Thomas, Doughty, Hoilett, Polter. 

  137. Post update

    So we will bring you the latest from tonight's four Championship games and goal updates from the two League One matches (all games 19:45 BST).

    Bristol City v Leeds

    Hull v Fulham

    Sheffield Wednesday v Reading

    Wolves v QPR

    Doncaster v Southend

    Wigan v Scunthorpe

  138. Get Involved


    Bristol City's big-money moves to sign strikers who have come from non-league appears a bit risky.

    So we want to know which are the most disastrous signings your club has made.

    I'm not talking Manchester United losing £10m on Angel Di Maria, I mean the guys who almost financially crippled your club. Are you still recovering from a bad purchase five years ago?

    Let us know using #bbcfootball on Twitter, 81111 on text (UK only, please let us know your name) or on the BBC Match of the Day Facebook page.

  139. Post update

    Andre Gray
    Image caption: Less than two years ago Andre Gray was playing for England C (the non-league side)

    Bristol City failed in a bid to sign Crystal Palace striker Dwight Gayle for a reported £6m rising to £10m.

    So now they have turned their attentions to Brentford's Andre Gray, who joined the Bees from Luton last summer.

    QPR still have striker Charlie Austin, who seems to be linked to a new top-flight club every day. 

    Despite being the fourth top scorer in last season's Premier League he has started this season in the second tier as nobody will pay QPR's £15m asking fee.