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Adam Williams

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  1. That's a wrap

    So, the top four in the Championship all pick up wins and are starting to create a bit of breathing space for themselves.

    Sheffield Wednesday lose a bit of ground on them and Derby will have their turn tomorrow evening.

    In League One, Rochdale and Oldham pick up victories while in League Two, leaders Northampton make it an impressive 10 wins in a row.

    You can read the reports from all of the night's big games across the website now.

    In the meantime, thanks for being with us.

    Hull City celebrate

    Reading 1-0 Rotherham

    Hal Robson-Kanu's second half strike is enough to give Reading their first Championship victory in six matches.

    Rotherham just couldn't find an equaliser but almost sealed a point deep into added time as Royals keeper Ali Al Habsi was forced to collect Jerome Thomas' deflected cross.

  3. Reading 1-0 Rotherham

    There are four minutes of added time.


    Sheffield Wednesday 1-1 QPR

    Sheffield Wednesday will rue the numerous missed chances they had at Hillsbrough after they are forced to settle for a draw with QPR.

    The hosts dominated proceedings but were unable to take the lead, even after being handed a penalty just two minutes into the second-half.

    Daniel Tozser's break away goal gave QPR the sucker punch but Atdhe Nuhiu atoned for his earlier miss from the spot with a bullet header that keeps the Owls three points clear of Birmingham in seventh in the table.

  5. Reading 1-0 Rotherham

    We are entering the final few minutes at the Madejski Stadium. Can Rotherham find a late equaliser?


    Birmingham 1-0 Bolton

    Birmingham have hung on to secure a narrow victory thanks to Clayton Donaldson's first-half goal.

    They are now just three points off a play-off place, while Bolton remain second from bottom and are still to win away this season.


    Middlesbrough 3-1 Cardiff

    They had to battle for it after falling behind, but Middlesbrough earn a first win in six games.

    Cardiff were second-best throughout the game, with second half goals from Gaston Ramirez and David Nugent enough to secure the win for Aitor Karanka's side.


    Preston 2-1 Charlton

    Callum Robinson's second-half goal proves the difference for Preston at Deepdale.That's four wins in a row for them now. Charlton remain bottom.


    Burnley 1-0 Nottingham Forest

    Burnley keep the pressure up on leaders Hull with a professional victory over Nottingham Forest.

    The Clarets dominated before the break with Dorus De Vries making some fine saves. And although Forest improved after the break, a Jamie Ward chance aside, they struggled to create clear chances.

  10. FULL-TIME MK Dons 1-1 Huddersfield

    Nahki Wells' late equaliser secures ten-man Huddersfield a point at MK Dons, who stay six points above the relegation zone.


    Bristol City 0-4 Brighton

  12. FT: Ipswich Town 0-1 Hull City

    Peter Swan

    Former Hull player on BBC Radio Humberside

    What a performance. You can just see from the players' body language, they know they're performing well  - the whole club is on a high at the moment, and the skill from Diame was absolutely superb. 


    Brentford 3-0 Wolves

    A thoroughly miserable night ends for Wolves, whose winless run stretches to seven matches. Brentford, meanwhile, played with confidence as John Swift's double ends their own run of three matches without a win.


    Bristol City 0-4 Brighton

    A night to truly forget for Lee Johnson and his side.

    Just as they look like grabbing a late consolation, Kieran Agard smashes his spot kick against the crossbar after he had been brought down in the area.

  15. RED CARD

    Leeds 1-1 Fulham

    Fulham are reduced to ten men for the final minute of extra time as Fernando Amorebieta is shown a second yellow card.


    Ipswich Town 0-1 Hull City

    And that is that at Portman Road.

    Hull stay top of the Championship courtesy of Mo Diame's cool finish just after the break.

    Ipswich lose for a third time in succession.

  17. Ipswich Town 0-1 Hull City

    Close from Ipswich as first Freddie Sears' shot is tipped round for a corner and then Tommy Smith can't direct his header on target as Allan McGregor fails to claim the cross.

  18. GOAL (Wells)

    MK Dons 1-1 Huddersfield

    Nahki Wells equalises for 10-man Huddersfield at MK Dons as he slots past debutant keeper Cody Cropper.

  19. Ipswich Town 0-1 Hull City

    Three minutes added time at Portman Road. 

  20. Burnley 1-0 Nottingham Forest

    Forest are struggling to create anything of note at Turf Moor. Burnley are set to remain just one point behind leaders Hull City in second. Just five to play, plus injury time.