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Summary

  1. FT: Derby 1-1 Reading
  2. FT: MK Dons 0-5 Burnley
  3. FT: Rotherham 2-0 Brighton
  4. Use play icon for BBC Radio 5 live Final Score
  5. Use 'Live Coverage' for Ipswich v Leeds

Live Reporting

By Matt Newsum

All times stated are UK

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  1. Goodbye

    Another absorbing night of football from the Championship has raced by and we've been grateful for your company as we followed it.

    Hull City will complete the 12 midweek games from the second tier when they take on Cardiff City at the KC Stadium tomorrow night (19:45 GMT) and would go second with a win.

    We'll be back on Friday with live text coverage of Brentford versus Burnley, we hope you can join us then too.

    For now though, good night.

  2. Confirmed Championship full-times

    FT: Blackburn 1-1 QPR

    FT: Brentford 0-1 Middlesbrough

    FT: Bristol City 1-2 Preston

    FT: Derby 1-1 Reading

    FT: Huddersfield 5-0 Charlton

    FT: Ipswich 2-1 Leeds

    FT: MK Dons 0-5 Burnley

    FT: Nottingham Forest 1-1 Birmingham

    FT: Rotherham 2-0 Brighton

    FT: Sheffield Weds 3-2 Bolton

    FT: Wolves 3-2 Fulham

  3. Winners and losers?

    We've had 35 goals, 32 bookings and three red cards from just 11 Championship games tonight.

    Middlesbrough, now six points clear at the top, will be happiest but five-star showings from Burnley at MK Dons and Huddersfield against a relegation-threatened Charlton are also worthy of praise.

    Derby's draw at home to Reading brings them into the sights of Hull City, who play Cardiff tomorrow.

    Brighton's form has started to slide since December - without a win now in seven league games and now their precious unbeaten away record is now over, thanks to Rotherham's fine 2-0 win.

    The bottom three's woes all continue, with the aforementioned Charlton thrashed, and Bolton and Bristol City losing narrowly.

  4. FULL-TIME - Wolves 3-2 Fulham

    Michal Zyro scores twice on his Wolves home debut to help Kenny Jackett's side to victory over Fulham at Molineux.

  5. Wolves 3-2 Fulham

    Let's not forget we still have one match being played in the Championship. At Molineux, Wolves are hanging on to their lead but Ross McCormack's long-range strike has set up a nervy finale in the Black Country.

  6. FULL-TIME - Ipswich 2-1 Leeds

    Leeds scored after just 12 seconds, but it was Brett Pitman's header at the other end of the pitch and the match - two minutes into injury time - that settled things.

    Ipswich are looking a little more secure in the play-off spots.

  7. FULL-TIME - Bristol City 1-2 Preston

    Greg Cunningham's diving header against former club Bristol City earns Preston North End victory at Ashton Gate.

  8. FULL-TIME - Blackburn 1-1 QPR

    Hope Akpan's late goal rescued a point for Blackburn against QPR at Ewood Park to break a run of three straight defeats.

    It means Rangers are still without a win since Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink took charge on 4 December.

  9. FULL-TIME - Huddersfield 5-0 Charlton

    The Terriers put on a command performance - better all over the pitch - to show why they are unlikely to bothering the fringes of the drop zone much longer.

    That is their third straight home league win.

    Charlton remain firmly in the bottom three. It looks like a long season for them.

  10. CLOSE!

    Bristol City 1-2 Preston

    Late drama at Ashton Gate? Nearly! Jonathan Kodjia's header cannons off the post. Seconds left.

  11. FULL-TIME - Derby 1-1 Reading

    Derby miss out on the chance to keep up the pressure on leaders Middlesbrough as Reading hold them to a draw.

    Both sides had chances to find a winner in the second-half, but a point each was probably a fair result in the end.

  12. FULL-TIME - Nottingham Forest 1-1 Birmingham

    Honours even at the City Ground. Matt Mills' equaliser earns a point for Forest after Jon Toral's opener. A fourth draw in a row for Forest.

  13. FULL-TIME - Brentford 0-1 Middlesbrough

    Massive win for Middlesbrough, the Teessiders move six points clear at the top after Derby's draw with Reading.

    Daniel Ayala (or was it David Button's own goal?) scored the goal that made sure of the three points in an extremely open game.

    Brentford played their part, and were expertly denied by Boro keeper Dimi Konstantopoulos on several occasions - notably from Alan Judge's swivelling effort.

    Hard-earned from Aitor Karanka's side. The kind of victory that wins Championships? Only time will tell.

  14. GOAL - Huddersfield 5-0 Charlton

    Jason Davidson

    Jason Davidson bundles home to heap further humiliation on a tiring Charlton side.

  15. FULL-TIME - MK Dons 0-5 Burnley

    What a performance from Burnley, who climb to fourth. MK Dons simply weren't at the races and they are now just one place outside the relegation zone.

  16. FULL-TIME - Sheffield Wednesday 3-2 Bolton

    Gary Hooper scores twice to help Sheffield Wednesday to victory after Bolton twice came from behind.

  17. Ipswich 2-1 Leeds

    Brett Pitman

    Ipswich at the death!

    The hosts send Portman Road into delirium as Ryan Fraser skips free down the left and sends over a peach of a cross.

    Brett Pitman can't miss. And doesn't.

  18. FULL-TIME - Rotherham 2-0 Brighton

    Rotherham produce a brilliant performance to consign Brighton to their first away defeat in the Championship this season. 

    The visitors were better in the second half, but Matt Derbyshire's late second goal handed the Millers a well-deserved victory.

  19. Brentford 0-1 Middlesbrough

    Brentford battling to rescue something from this game, and get four minutes of added time in which to play with to do so.

    Alan Judge hacked down again on a Bees break and Adam Clayton this time takes one for the team with the yellow card.

  20. GOAL - Wolves 3-2 Fulham

    Ross McCormack

    Another screamer at Molineux, this time from Fulham as Ross McCormack unleashes from 20 yards to beat Wolves keeper Carl Ikeme.