Anyway. That's all from us for tonight - see you next time.
Until then, why not pop over for reaction to Manchester United's 3-1 win over Club Brugge on their return to the Champions League...
Anyway. That's all from us for tonight - see you next time.
Until then, why not pop over for reaction to Manchester United's 3-1 win over Club Brugge on their return to the Champions League...
Not a night full of goals in the Championship exactly.
Certainly not what you might have expected after just 16 seconds at Huddersfield - where Beram Kayal gave Brighton the lead.
Leyton Orient, Wycombe and Hartlepool are going great guns in League Two - but it's Orient's goal difference that sees them top the table tonight.
So Coventry maintain their 100% start to the season - Crewe pushed them close but Tony Mowbray's side are sitting pretty tonight.
Aldershot 1-1 Dover, Altrincham 2-1 Grimsby, Barrow 1-1 Guiseley, Boreham Wood 0-1 Forest Green, Bromley 1-2 Braintree, Chester 1-1 Cheltenham, Kidderminster 1-3 Wrexham, Lincoln 5-3 Macclesfield, Southport 1-2 Gateshead, Torquay 0-1 Woking, Tranmere 1-0 FC Halifax, Welling 2-2 Eastleigh.
Lincoln were two down after six minutes, and then went on to win 5-3. Not bad entertainment.
Carlisle fans will have travelled 779 miles down to Plymouth and back by the time they get home tonight but at least they got a goal in the end.
Incredible effort that - on a Tuesday night!?
It is a great sight for Ipswich fans. Their team has been in the Championship longer than any other side, and tonight they are on top of it.
And that is that at Huddersfield.
Brighton's 100% record comes to an end. Ipswich go top of the Championship on goal difference.
Full-time as well at the iPro. Honours even.
Finally the whistle goes at Ewood Park.
They came so close to a winner!
And into the fourth minute of added time Shane Duffy is denied again!
Matt Connolly hacks the ball off the line!
Daniel Powell's goal is enough for MK Dons and Bolton's miserable campaign continues. That is just one point from three games for Neil Lennon's side.
He was lost for the equaliser but David Marshall pulls out a big stop to earn his side a point at Blackburn.
Fantastic save to deny Shane Duffy at the death!
And there's still a few minutes of time added on to play at the iPro.
It looked for all the world like Boro had put in the perfect away display. From bad to worse?
Charlton remain unbeaten this season and a point at the City Ground means it is one win and two draws for Guy Luzon's Charlton.
Will there be a late goal at Huddersfield too? Into three minutes of stoppage time...
Ipswich are heading to the top of the Championship if the score stays the same at Derby.
A first point of the season for Rotherham.
A late goal at Derby too - Johnny Russell fires between Dimi's legs at the far post.
Finally the home side have something to show for all their possession!
Five minutes of injury time at the City Ground. Will we see a late winner?
Here is the equaliser!
Grant Hanley with it, he taps in at the far post with David Marshall bamboozled.
Burnley denied a goal back as Ipswich goalkeeper Bartosz Bialkowski makes a great save to parry Michael Keane's powerful close-range header.
This one is a cross - Jacob Butterfield whips one in from pretty much the same position where he scored from, but David Stockdale does well to save
Craig Noone is on for the away side, scorer Joe Mason the one making way.
Blackburn have got to re-find that bit of momentum they had earlier in the half - Cardiff looking comfortable here.
Another decent save from Dimi at his near post means Boro are still to concede in the Championships so far.
Chris Martin denied. Time running out for the home side? There's about five to go...
Huddersfield hands were in the air for offside and as the ball broke to Dale Stephens there was chaos in the defence.
Step forward Joe Lynch, who blocks the shot, John Terry-esque, stretching with his head while on the ground. Brilliant scenes.
The Carlisle fans might as well make an early start to their journey home. They have almost 400 miles to go. And they have a long time to reflect on each of Plymouth's goals. The hosts lead 4-0.
The 70 or so Carlisle fans that have made the trip might be thinking their evening could have been spent better doing something else. Anything else.
At least Exeter's fans may be celebrating a win on their long trek home. Their side are 2-0 up at Dagenham and Redbridge. Elsewhere, Cambridge are 2-1 up at AFC Wimbledon.
Accrington, Barnet, Hartlepool, Leyton Orient, Wycombe, Oxford and York are also winning.
Things have quietened down since that bit of home pressure - what is Brighton boss Chris Powell thinking now?
There's ten minutes or so to find a winner that will keep their 100% record running.
Here's Aitor Karanka with his first change now.
Academy graduate Adam Reach is on for Diego Fabbrini - no stunning goal for the Italian tonight then.
So close to a first goal of the night at Rotherham. And it nearly went to the visitors. Preston's Bailey Wright met a corner from the right wing and headed at goal but it bounced off the crossbar.
Here's Derby boss Paul Clement with his last change.
A final roll of the dice sees Darren Bent come on for Andreas Weimann. Will that make the difference? The boy can finish...
Jonathan Hogg's low cross is good but Nahki Wells miscues his strike, stretching, and Ishmael Miller can't stretch far enough following up at the back stick.
This is a strong period for the home side.
Over 30,000 in attendance at the iPro, but Derby are struggling to break Boro down.
They've already had to use two of their three substitutions, too. Could that be a factor as legs tire late on?
It is a long way back now for Sean Dyche's Burnley. David McGoldrick's back-post header from Ainsley Maitland-Niles's corner makes it 2-0 to Mick McCarthy's side.
Kenwyne Jones is on for Alex Revell at Ewood Park. Cardiff seem to have emerged from a brilliant Blackburn spell with their 1-0 lead intact.
Can they find a second with the big man on?
It is heavy rain at Rotherham and there isn't much to brighten up the mood on the pitch. It remains goalless, although the hosts did have a good opportunity when Richard Smallwood passed to Matt Derbyshire, who set up Jonson Clarke-Harris. But his attempt goes over the bar.
Coventry are being pushed hard at home to Crewe and their 100% record is in danger.
The away side have just pegged Tony Mowbray's men back to 2-2, while Walsall are climbing up to second - their winning 1-0 away to Rochdale.
In the 19:30 BST kick-off, Sheffield United are 2-1 up at Peterborough.
Burnley have had the better of the chances at Portman Road, but hosts Ipswich take the lead through a flicked finish at the near post from Freddie Sears.
He guides a low cross from substitute Brett Pitman into the far corner, much to the delight of the home fans.
How. On. Earth.
Grant Hanley has just missed a brilliant chance. I really don't know how.
He's headed wide from about three inches out. Maybe Ben Marshall's flick on from a Craig Conway free-kick just came onto him tad too fast?
With Brighton now being held away to Huddersfield - Boro are heading top of the table on goal difference.
Still a long way to go though....
What a way to make an impact. Substitute Daniel Powell has only just come on to the pitch and he has got himself on to the scoresheet to put MK Dons ahead.
It's a great ball from Samir Carruthers who plays it inside Bolton's right-back and Powell runs on to the ball to guide the ball into the corner. Lovely finish.
Nathan Delfouneso from the edge of the box... he hits the crossbar!
His half-volley took a deflection on the way and Cardiff can breathe a sigh of relief. Let off.
A couple of chances for Nottingham Forest. Firstly, Henri Lansbury fires wide before David Vaughan shoots over the top from the edge of the penalty area.
Yes it's hit with power but surely David Stockdale should be doing better here?
Jacob Butterfield fires Huddersfield back on level terms at the near post - but it looks to have gone through Stockdale far too easily.
It may have even been a cross...
Here's another Daniel Ayala intervention - Tom Ince was close to stealing through on goal there but the Spaniard just gets a toe on the ball.
Is the momentum just shifting a bit? Boro yet to concede this season. (OK, it's only been two games, but still).
Hosts MK Dons have made a bright start to the second half as Jordan Spence sends a ball across the box but Simon Church can't connect at the far post. But we are still without a goal.
Derby having all of the ball but they still trail Boro, who are looking organised at the back. Daniel Ayala clears at the near post from a Ryan Shotton cross.
Kike's goal - from Boro's first shot on goal - still separates the teams.
A big chance for Ipswich Town as Ainsley Maitland-Niles picks out Tommy Smith from a corner but the defender makes a mess of the header and sends the ball wide.
Town striker Daryl Murphy, the Championship's top goalscorer last season, has gone off at half-time, with Brett Pitman coming on.
Better from the hosts in the few minutes since the restart - Nahki Wells is about to latch on to an Ishmael Miller through pass but is flagged offside.
A Brighton win would mean three from three, remember.
Well I had Bengali-Fode Koita as Blackburn's brightest performer in that first half but he's been taken off at half-time.
Moudou Barrow is on instead.
And we are back under way around the country.
It is a big day of Football League action, but also a big day for Manchester United as they are in Champions League play-off action.
In the first leg at Old Trafford, two first-half goals from Memphis Depay has given them a 2-1 lead against Belgium's Club Brugge.
Just three goals from the seven games on offer in the Championship tonight then.
That's three goals from 315 minutes of football. Maybe we're set for a storming second 45?
And that's yer lot between Derby and Boro, too.
Kike's strike good enough for three points so far.
Boro yet to concede this season, and Dave Nugent is on the bench...
The league leaders continuing their 100% record as things stand.
And looking good for it, too.
Free-kick for Derby on the edge of the Boro box and Tom Ince forces Dimi into a very decent save indeed.
The best chance of the half for the home side.
Oh my word, Shane Duffy blazes over the bar from about two yards out just before the break.
Joe Mason's strike separating the teams.
Four minutes stoppage time to play at Derby - Jeff Hendrick and Jamie Hanson have both been replaced after picking up injuries.
Johnny Russell and Ryan Shotton on in their place.
The last thing you need when you are making a 779-mile round trip is a goal against your side just before half time.
But that's what has just happened to Carlisle, who trail 1-0 at Plymouth thanks to Jake Jervis's goal. The Carlisle fans, who are likely to get back home at about 5am, will be desperately hoping that the journey has not been a waste of time.
Where are the goals, lads? Who needs the assistant refs anyway.
Very few in the Championship so far - any before half-time? Moments away...
Bengali-Fode Koita thinks he's got the equaliser but his header's been disallowed!
Offside, says the assistant referee. A let off for Cardiff.
Adam Henley wins a corner with a surging run but it's all a bit sporadic from the home side. There's not much going on up top although Bengali-Fode Koita's looked bright.
Can he snatch a leveller before the break? Just under five to play at Ewood.
Another good chance for Sean Dyche's Burnley at Ipswich. George Boyd and Sam Vokes linked up well to set up Michael Kightly who tried to sidefoot the ball into the corner.
But he can only shoot at Bartosz Bialkowski and the Ipswich goalkeeper fumbles the shot but gets away with it. Still goalless at Portman Road.
Sam Baldock's causing havoc at the back for Brighton - Joe Murphy with another stop down low to keep him out.
The league leaders dominating at Huddersfield. Three out of three?
Port Vale have levelled away to Swindon while Coventry are looking like extending their 100% record at home to Crewe - Tony Mowbray's side are 1-0 up.
Big shout to Bury and Fleetwood who are spreading the excitement with two goals apiece so far at Gigg Lane.
Anthony Pilkington's shot is deflected and spins just over the bar. Cardiff almost doubling their lead.
Blackburn have been looking most dangerous through Bangaly-Fode Koita - he's full of running with his side one down.
Bolton's Zach Clough tries to provide some inspiration in their game at MK Dons. A jinking run sees him glide past four home defenders but Darren Potter makes a vital interception before Clough can get a shot away.
The greatly-named Prince-Desir Gouano has also headed wide for the visitors.
Joe Mason has scored more goals against Blackburn than any other side in his league career - four in total.
Cardiff looking comfortable since his latest.
The most exciting match of the night so far is at Lincoln where the hosts went 2-0 behind inside six minutes against Macclesfield, but are now 3-2 up after 26 minutes. The fans are getting good value for money there.
Elsewhere, Dover, Altrincham, Braintree, Chester, Wrexham, Gateshead and Eastleigh are all winning.
That's another decent chance for Boro.
George Friend threatens with his head this time, looping over the bar from a Grant Leadbitter corner.
Brighton area looking good at Huddersfield. There's great link-up play between Tomer Hemed and Sam Baldock but Joe Murphy is out quickly to smother.
That's what a couple of wins can do for your confidence. Three out of three for them as it stands.
Chris Martin comes close to levelling for Derby - his header from a Stephen Warnock cross loops over the bar.
That Kike goal's really livened things up
Swindon's goal at home to Port Vale is taking them joint top of League One as it stands.
Leaders Coventry and Rochdale are both drawing, at home to Crewe and Walsall respectively.
Charlton have taken four points from their first two games and have just missed a great chance to take the lead at the City Ground. Morgan Fox's cross finds Simon Makienok unmarked at the back post but he wastes the opportunity by heading over.
Scott Carson watches on as the Spaniard's header sails just wide. Brilliant cross from Stewart Downing on the left.
He was six yards out, Kike, tried to put it across the 'keeper, but just misjudged it.
Tom Elliott's strike has put AFC Wimbledon in front against Cambridge United in the only goal so far in the 12 League Two matches.
Come on lads, let's have some more goals.
Honestly, I really did not set that one up for myself.
Boro lead with their first shot on goal - it's Spaniard Kike who steals in to meet a George Friend deflected shot and fire into the far corner.
His third goal in two games.
Plenty of crisp passing but no goals to report from the evening's standout fixture.
Beram Kayal got the quickest goal in the Champioship since April 2014 to put league leaders Brighton ahead and has been threatening again.
His fierce low drive is deflected wide for a corner - brilliant run too, to get into a shooting position.
Huddersfield hanging on a bit here.
Blackburn started brighter but went behind and are coming back strong now.
David Marshall has to show a good pair of hands to keep out Bangaly-Fode Koita's header.
Jeff Hendrick has tested Dimi's hands in the Middlesbrough goal with a speculative shot but it's level pegging still at Derby.
Which of these promotion-fancied sides will blink first?
An early let-off for the hosts at Portman Road as Burnley hit the post. Sam Vokes, recalled to the starting line-up tonight, fires a shot at goal, but it hits the woodwork with the ball then bouncing into the arms of Town goalkeeper Bartosz Bialkowski.
And another early goal! David Raya's clearance is poor and the home side are punished.
Joe Mason steals in to meet a Lee Peltier pass and nicks the ball over the 'keeper.
The Seagulls' brilliant start to the Championship season continues!
Beram Kayal has got time and space on the edge of the box to fire home. Brighton are off to an absolute flyer - clocked at 17 seconds.
On-loan striker Conor Sammon gets the first goal of the night at Peterborough.
Sheffield United lead in that one but they got going a good 15 minutes ago.
So far so quiet in the Championship...
We are under way up and down the country.
Neil Venton: Hats off to the 79 Carlisle fans who have made the long trip to home park tonight from a Plymouth fan.
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Will it be three in a row for Championship leaders Brighton? They've already seen off Nottingham Forest and Fulham so far.
Huddersfield are still looking for their first win of the season - having followed up an opening-day defeat at Hull with a draw at home to Blackburn.
Kick off moments away around the country.
Whatever you're up to this evening, spare a thought for the Carlisle fans who are undertaking the 779-mile round trip to watch their team play at Plymouth.
"It's not fair on the supporters, having to travel long distances on a Tuesday night," Argyle manager Derek Adams told BBC Devon.
"You can tell the computer system that and the computer system won't listen. It's not up to individuals."
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So Peterborough and Sheffield United are already under way - it's goalless there at the moment.
Why the earlier kick-off I wonder? I can think of an argument for getting another of this evening's ties off to an earlier start...
Accrington v Mansfield
AFC Wimbledon v Cambridge
Barnet v Northampton
Crawley v Portsmouth
Dag & Red v Exeter
Hartlepool v Newport
Leyton Orient v Stevenage
Luton v Bristol Rovers
Morecambe v Wycombe
Oxford Utd v Notts County
Plymouth v Carlisle
York v Yeovil
Peterborough v Sheff Utd (19:30 BST)
Blackpool v Burton
Bradford v Gillingham
Bury v Fleetwood
Colchester v Oldham
Coventry v Crewe
Millwall v Barnsley
Rochdale v Walsall
Shrewsbury v Chesterfield
Swindon v Port Vale
So here's what's going down tonight. All kick-offs 19:45 BST unless stated.
Blackburn v Cardiff
Derby v Middlesbrough
Huddersfield v Brighton
Ipswich v Burnley
MK Dons v Bolton
Nottm Forest v Charlton
Rotherham v Preston
There's also one more game we haven't told you about.
Manchester United are at home to Club Brugge in a Champions League play-off first leg.
If that's more your sort of thing, head on over here for the latest from Old Trafford.
Both Rotherham and Preston are unchanged.
Rotherham: Roos; Buxton, Collins, Halford (c), Mattock; Maguire, Frecklington, Smallwood, Newell; Bowery, Derbyshire.
Subs: Collin, Ledesma, Green, White, G Ward, Clarke-Harris, Thorpe.
Preston: Pickford, Wright, Huntington, Clarke, Cunningham, Humphrey, Gallagher, Welsh, Johnson, Garner, Keane.
Subs: Kirkland, Woods, Vermijl, Browne, Brownhill, Kilkenny, Reid.
There are four changes for Rovers with Fode Koita, Nathan Delfouneso, Tommy Spurr coming in - plus there's a first start for Hope Akpan.
Blackburn XI: Raya, Henley, Duffy, Hanley, Spurr, Marshall, Lowe, Akpan, Conway, Delfouneso, Koita. Subs: Steele, Kilgallon, Olsson, Williamson, O'Sullivan, Guthrie, Barrow
Meanwhile, Cardiff are unchanged from the team that drew 2-2 at QPR on Saturday.
Cardiff XI: Marshall, Peltier, Malone, Morrison, Connolly, Dikgacoi, Whittingham, Ralls, Pilkington, Mason, Revell
Nottingham Forest's Dexter Blackstock and Oliver Burke come in for Michail Antonio and Tyler Walker, while Spanish defender Daniel Pinillos is still waiting for his debut. He is among the substitutes.
Nottingham Forest: De Vries, Lichaj, Wilson, Mills, Mancienne, O Burke, Vaughan, Lansbury, C Burke, Ward, Blackstock.
Subs: Evtimov, Paterson, Hobbs, Pinillos, Walker, Grant, Osborn.
An easy job for Charlton boss Guy Luzon. The same XI and the same bench from the side that drew at Derby on Saturday.
Charlton: Pope, Solly, Diarra, Bauer, Fox, Gudmundsson, Cousins, Kashi, Ceballos, Watt, Makienok.
Subs: Mitov, Sarr, Bergdich, Ba, Jackson, Ghoochannejhad, Ahearne-Grant.
One change for Huddersfield as Harry Bunn replaces the injured Sean Scannell.
Huddersfield XI: Murphy, Smith, Davidson, Whitehead, Hudson, Jonathan Hogg,Butterfield, Miller, Bunn, Wells, Lynch
It's an unchanged starting line-up for Brighton - they've won two out of two so why change it up?
Brighton XI: Stockdale; Bruno, Greer, Huenemeier, Bong; Stephens, Kayal, LuaLua, March; Baldock, Hemed.
Ipswich Town are unchanged from the side that beat Sheffield Wednesday 2-1 on Saturday.
Ipswich: Bialkowski, Chambers, Smith, Berra, Knudsen, Skuse, Douglas, Fraser, Maitland-Niles, Murphy, Sears.
Subs: Gerken, Emmanuel, Coke, Tabb, Toure, Pitman, McGoldrick.
Just the one change for Burnley with Sam Vokes starting up front with Lukas Jutkiewicz dropping to the bench.
Burnley: Heaton, Darikwa, Duff, Keane, Mee, Boyd, Jones, Arfield, Kightly, Vossen, Vokes.
Subs: Jutkiewicz, Taylor, Sordell, Gilks, Ward, Anderson, Hennings.
Peru international Cristian Benavente makes his first league start for MK Dons, while Simon Church is also recalled to the starting line-up.
MK Dons: Martin; Spence, McFadzean, Kay, Lewington; Potter, Carruthers; Baker, Benavente, Bowditch; Church.
Subs: Cropper, Hodson, Upson, Aguza, Jennings, Powell, Gallagher.
Neil Lennon was clearly not happy with his side after their 3-0 loss at Middlesbrough. Three changes including Emile Heskey dropping to the bench. Lawrie Wilson, Gary Madine and Zach Clough start.
Bolton: Amos, Wilson, Prince, Dervite, Moxey, Vela, Danns, Davies, Feeney, Clough, Madine.
Subs: Fitzsimons, Spearing, Heskey, Dobbie, Twardzik, Walker, Holding.
We've already got the team news in for all of tonight's Championship fixtures - so let's start with Derby, who make two changes from the side that drew 1-1 at home to Charlton on Saturday - Warnock and Weimann come in for Russell and Forsyth.
Derby XI: Carson, Baird, Keogh, Shackell, Warnock; Hanson, Thorne, Hendrick; Ince, Martin, Weimann.
Just the one change for Boro, as Ben Gibson returns from injury at centre-back, Nsue dropping out.
Boro XI: Dimi, Kalas, Ayala, Gibson, Friend, Adomah, Clayton, Leadbitter, Downing, Fabbrini, Kike.
Here's Derby manager Paul Clement's thoughts on the tie against Boro: “I’ve not met Aitor before so I’m looking forward to meeting him.
“He left just as I arrived at Real Madrid but I understand he’s a terrific guy. I know he is close friends with Fernando Hierro, who I worked with last year.
“The fact we are playing one of our rivals is important and a victory will give us lots of confidence.”
And what about Aitor?
"Paul reminds me of when I arrived here," Karanka said.
“It’s not the same from being an assistant to being a manager and he needs time, but I’m sure he’s going to be a successful manager.
"We both need the three points so we have to remember the last game and know how good we played that day, because it’s going to be just as difficult."
We're just two games into the season - and it's only Paul Clement's third game in charge of a football club - but tonight's result should still give us an early idea about which of these two promotion-fancied sides will be up there in May.
Last season it was Aitor Karanka's Boro who tasted disappointment and defeat in the Championship play-off final. The year before, it was Derby.
For the moment though, it's all niceties between the two managers...
It's not often a Tuesday night in the Championship boasts such strong connections with Real Madrid.
But this evening two former Madrid assistants meet in the standout fixture at Derby, where Rams boss Paul Clement welcome's Aitor Karanka's Middlesbrough.
And that's not all we've got lined up for you tonight either. Oh no.
There's also six more second-tier fixtures, including league leaders' Brighton's trip to Huddersfield, seven League One ties and a full schedule in League Two.