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Summary

  1. FT: Blackburn 1-1 Wolves
  2. Stunning Gallagher volley gives Rovers the lead amid fan protests
  3. Edwards heads Wolves equaliser
  4. Mitrovic double gives Newcastle 2-1 win at Preston
  5. Murray hat-trick as Brighton beat Norwich 5-0
  6. League One leaders Scunthorpe beat Swindon 4-1

Live Reporting

By Gary Smee

All times stated are UK

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  1. Back tomorrow for the big one

    Second city derby

    Steve Bruce

    There is one more Championship game to come tomorrow, and it's a biggie.

    Aston Villa cross town to visit Birmingham City at 12:00 GMT on Sunday. Yep, GMT, don't forget the clocks go back tonight.

    It's the first league meeting since both sides were in the Premier League in 2010-11.

    Steve Bruce spent six years in charge of the Blues from 2001 to 2007 and is now looking to revive Villa's fortunes after replacing Roberto di Matteo earlier this month.

    However, the 55-year-old is not expecting a warm reception on his return to St Andrews, admitting he is now enemy number one.

    We'll have live text commentary on Birmingham v Aston Villa available on the BBC Sport website tomorrow. Until then, goodbye.

  2. 'I don't get too carried away by the boos and jeers'

    Ipswich Town 2-2 Rotherham United

    Mick McCarthy

    The draw came during Town boss Mick McCarthy's 200th game in charge.

    Ipswich boss Mick McCarthy: "For three years and about nine months here, I have had relative success with people thinking I am doing a good job and chanting 'Super Mick' and the like. 

    "I prefer a good atmosphere and I prefer the nice comments but I don't get too carried away by them, like I don't get too carried away by the boos and jeers. 

    "This is a tough time for all of us but maybe a late equaliser can be a turning point for us."

  3. 'We stopped the rot of defeats'

    FT: Ipswich Town 2-2 Rotherham United

    Kenny Jackett

    David McGoldrick struck a 93rd-minute equaliser as Ipswich drew 2-2 with struggling Rotherham United.

    Rotherham boss Kenny Jackett: "Football can be a cruel game and it is very deflating for our players who worked so hard during the match. 

    "It was a terrific strike from David McGoldrick but it is the second late goal we have conceded in the last week and it is costing us. 

    "There are things we need to work on but we were very competitive and we look like we have a goal threat. And we also stopped the rot of defeats." 

  4. 'We'll look back and think we should have won the game'

    FT: Barnsley 2-2 Bristol City

    Paul Heckingbottom

    A late goal from Adam Hammill saw Barnsley claim a point against Bristol City at Oakwell.

    Barnsley head coach Paul Heckingbottom: "It would have been a travesty if we hadn't got anything out of it, but when you've been behind and you score a late goal, you're satisfied with a point. 

    "There were lots of pleasing things and we'll look back and think we should have won the game. 

    "The game could have been easy for us and then you're 2-1 down and you're scrambling to get a point and we managed to do it."

  5. 'We rode our luck'

    FT: Derby County 2-0 Sheffield Wednesday

    Steve McClaren

    Derby boss Steve McClaren: "Keesy (Richard Keogh) made a great save without his gloves on and we rode our luck in that. 

    "Game's are turned on that one way or another and it turned our way and what you have to do in those instances is take advantage and that's what we did. 

    "It didn't stop Sheffield Wednesday playing the way they did, they kept coming forward and creating chances, but it was maybe the luck we didn't have last week we got this week."

  6. 'The worst decision in the Championship so far'

    FT: Derby County 2-0 Sheffield Wednesday

    Carlos Carvalhal

    Both managers agreed that Sheffield Wednesday should have been awarded a penalty for handball as Derby beat Sheffield Wednesday 2-0.

    Sheffield Wednesday manager Carlos Carvalhal: "I don't understand the decision (to not award a penalty for handball against Derby's Richard Keogh). 

    "People talk a lot about how we need technology but why do we need a camera or a video when we have three referees on the pitch, one of them must see it. 

    "In my opinion, it's the worst decision in the Championship so far. I have seen nothing like it this season."

  7. 'We are playing against a massive team'

    FT: Leeds United 2-0 Burton Albion

    Nigel Clough

    Burton are yet to claim an away win this season after losing to Leeds at Elland Road.

    Burton boss Nigel Clough: "We have to remember that we are Burton Albion playing at Leeds, we are playing against a massive team. 

    "Leeds are a good team and this is a very hard place to come. This season is a great learning curve for the players who are learning all the time."

  8. 'We need to build our philosophy'

    FT: Fulham 5-0 Huddersfield

    Slavisa Jokanovic

    Fulham recorded their first home league win since the opening day of the season after thrashing promotion hopefuls Huddersfield at Craven Cottage.

    Fulham boss Slavisa Jokanovic: "We have shown we can play good football and keep clean sheets and that we can be more competitive.

    "But the job is not done. We need to build on our confidence and philosophy.

    "We are in a learning process and beginning to build some kind of identity.

    "We and the supporters deserved that after waiting so long for a win. So we can be positive now and I have to be satisfied."

  9. 'I thought we would be the team to get the one goal'

    FT: Cardiff City 0-1 Wigan Athletic

    Neil Warnock (left)

    The defeat brought Neil Warnock's three-game unbeaten start as Cardiff boss to an end.

    Cardiff City manager Neil Warnock: "I knew it was going to be a 1-0 result but I thought we would be the team to get the one goal. 

    "If you don't take your chances then you have no chance, and it felt like we were always going to get caught with a sucker punch at the end and that's what happened. 

    "They slowed the tempo right down, the referee helped, and overall, you have to take your chances, because if you take your chances, you win the game." 

  10. 'It's been a tough week, especially for the staff'

    FT: Cardiff City 0-1 Wigan Athletic

    Graham Barrow

    Jordi Gomez's late strike saw managerless Wigan win at Cardiff City.

    Wigan joint-caretaker boss Graham Barrow: "It's been a tough week, especially for the staff. I think they did hurt when Gary (Caldwell) left the club. 

    "The win is a relief for the football club because we need to win. 

    "If it was a home game, it might have been even more difficult to get them right. 

    "By the time they went onto the pitch, they were determined to do it for him (Caldwell) and the football club."

  11. 'The win is right up there with my best'

    FT: Brighton 5-0 Norwich

    Chris Hughton (left)

    Glenn Murray scored a hat-trick as Brighton thrashed Norwich 5-0 at the Amex Stadium.

    Brighton boss Chris Hughton: "This is a big win, an unusual win.

    "The significance of this game is that it is a very, very good victory against a top, top team. 

    "Come Monday, all thoughts will be on our next game at Bristol City. The win is right up there with my best, it would be silly of me to say anything different. 

    "It was against a top team who are pushing to try and achieve what we're trying to achieve." 

  12. Post update

    FT: Blackburn 1-1 Wolves

    Dave Edwards

    So, a point apiece for struggling Blackburn and Wolves is only half the story. 

    You can read more in the match report here.

    Earlier, there were nine thrilling Championship matches. More reaction from those coming up...

  13. 'I'm chuffed to bits'

    FT: Blackburn 1-1 Wolves

    Blackburn goalscorer Sam Gallagher told Sky Sports:

    "I caught it nice. I'm chuffed to bits with the goal but disappointed with the result.

    "I'm enjoying my time here, getting good game time and a few goals."

  14. 'We had lots of chances'

    FT: Blackburn 1-1 Wolves

    Wolves goalscorer Dave Edwards told Sky Sports:

    "I think we deserved at least a draw. We showed good signs of the stuff we've been doing on the training ground, but it's not going to happen overnight.

    "We looked a little bit ragged defensively at times but I thought we had some really good spells and we had lots of chances."

  15. FULL-TIME

    Blackburn 1-1 Wolves

    And with that Matt Doherty effort the full-time whistle goes.

    Sam Gallagher's sublime volley put Blackburn ahead early in the first half but after relentless Wolves pressure Dave Edwards headed an equaliser 12 minutes from time.

    A deserved point for both sides, but Wolves will probably come away slightly unhappier. 

  16. Post update

    Blackburn 1-1 Wolves

    So, so close to a Wolves winner. Matt Doherty latches onto the ball in the box after some fine team play on the right but fires wide.

  17. Post update

    Blackburn 1-1 Wolves

    There will be four minutes of stoppage-time. Plenty of time for a winner with all these chances being created!

    Conor Coady and Cory Evans
  18. Post update

    Blackburn 1-1 Wolves

    Yet another strike from outside the box for Wolves - I've lost count of how many that is.

    This time it's Joao Teixeira but the Portuguese scuffs his shot wide.

    One minute left plus injury time.

  19. Post update

    Blackburn 1-1 Wolves

    Both teams are throwing men forward in search of a winner.

    Crosses are flying in from all angles. There's another goal in this, I can feel it!

  20. Post update

    Blackburn 1-1 Wolves

    Craig Conway then goes up the other end for Rovers, but his low strike from the edge of the box is easily saved by Andy Lonergan.

    It's been a fantastic match since Sam Gallagher's opening goal. Flowing, end-to-end football.