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  1. FT: Sheff Wed 0-2 Reading
  2. Kermorgant sand Popa score for Reading
  3. FT: Bristol City 4-0 Huddersfield
  4. Tomlin, Abraham, Flint & Cotterill with City's goals
  5. Chelsea loanee Abraham now has 22 for the season
  6. Hogg stretchered off after 14-min break in play

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By Brendon Mitchell and Tom Garry

All times stated are UK

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  1. Two huge results

    Bristol City

    But that just about concludes tonight's EFL action. It is a night to remember for Bristol City and Reading.

    Make sure you come back tomorrow as the action continues.

    Until then, thanks for joining us and good night.

  2. Still to come...

    Saturday's EFL action

    With three of the Championship's top six playing tonight, you could be forgiven for thinking the best of the weekend's EFL action will be over before we even make it to Saturday. But you would be wrong, wrong, wrong.

    We've got two tasty derby matches kicking off at 13:00 GMT, with Nottingham Forest hosting rivals Derby County and Preston North End travelling to neighbours Blackburn Rovers.

    Then, from 15:00 GMT, we'll have live text commentary of all seven Championship games, the pick of the bunch probably being leaders Newcastle United's trip to Birmingham City.

    And, last but not least, Leeds United play fellow promotion chasers Brighton & Hove Albion in an absolutely belting fixture at Elland Road.

    Excited? Yeah, us too.

  3. 'We're still in a great position'

    FT: Bristol City 4-0 Huddersfield

    Quote Message: This soon after the game it's never easy to explain what just happened. We were not able to deliver what we usually do. It shouldn't happen but it happens, that's football. We're still in a great position and there's still nine games to go. from David Wagner Huddersfield boss David Wagner on Sky Sports
    David Wagner Huddersfield boss David Wagner on Sky Sports
  4. 'I fancied us'

    FT: Bristol City 4-0 Huddersfield

    Quote Message: Before the game I fancied us. I know my team and my players and I know when we're at it. I thought our big players - Korey Smith, Gary O'Neil and Lee Tomlin - were fantastic for us tonight. from Lee Johnson Bristol City head coach on Sky Sports
    Lee Johnson Bristol City head coach on Sky Sports
  5. Post update

    FT: Bristol City 4-0 Huddersfield

    Lee Johnson
    Quote Message: I thought we were fantastic from start to finish. Remembering what a good side they are, I have nothing but praise for my players tonight. We scored four good goals. from Lee Johnson Bristol City head coach on Sky Sports
    Lee Johnson Bristol City head coach on Sky Sports
  6. Get Involved


    Jaap Stam

    Jacob Bentley-York: We were in desperate need for that result to go our way tonight. Credit has to go to Al-Habsi who was undoubtedly man of the match.

    Mark Sean:  Well it's getting to that time of season in the Championship; sqeaky bum time - are Wednesday gonna blow it? My team Derby blew play-offs weeks ago. I really fancy Fulham to sneak in there, on a roll at moment.

    Paul Wright: Life as a Reading FC fan is a stressful one.

  7. Full-time in League One

    FT: Port Vale 2-1 Shrewsbury

    In League One, Port Vale have earned a valuable 2-1 win against fellow-strugglers Shrewsbury. That result could prove to be huge come the end of the season.

    Goals from Sam Foley and Ryan Taylor were enough to give Vale all three points, before Louis Dodds grabbed what proved to be a consolation goal for Shrewsbury.

  8. Post update

    FT: Bristol City 4-0 Huddersfield

    That result has sent Bristol City flying up the Championship table and into 19th, two points above Blackburn, who slip into the relegation places.

    As I mentioned earlier, Huddersfield remain in third and are now closer to fourth-placed Reading than they are Brighton in second.

    The gap to the top two remains six points.

  9. Saved, saved and saved again

    FT: Sheff Wed 0-2 Reading

    Ali Al Habsi

    What a night for Reading, and what a night for Ali Al Habsi! His saves secured their win, let there be no doubt about it.

    Sheffield Wednesday were arguably by far the better team. But they just couldn't get past this man.

    The win sees the Royals climb to fourth, five points above Wednesday.


    Bristol City 4-0 Huddersfield

    A stunning victory for Bristol City, who climb out of the relegation zone and seriously hurt Huddersfield's promotion hopes.

  11. Post update

    Bristol City 4-0 Huddersfield

    So what does all of this mean for Huddersfield's season? Going into tomorrow they'll be six points behind the top two, which sounds an awful big gap to claw back.

    We're into the last minute, Bristol City knocking the ball around like relegation couldn't be further from their minds.

  12. SUBSTITUTIONS (Bristol City)

    Bristol City 4-0 Huddersfield

    In amongst all the madness, a few Bristol City changes to tell you about.

    Gary O'Neil, Tammy Abraham and Lee Tomlin are off, Josh Brownhill, Jens Hegeler and Aaron Wilbraham are on.

    Five minutes left in Bristol.


    Sheff Wed 0-2 Reading

    Astonishing finish at Hillsborough! Wednesday threw keeper Keiren Westwood up for a last-ditch corner, the ball was cleared and Reading broke down the other end and the Owls couldn't get back in time to stop Adrian Popa slotting into an empty net.

    The whistle goes. It is a huge, huge win for Reading.

  14. GOAL: Bristol City 4-0 Huddersfield

    David Cotterill

    David Cotterill

    ... Which David Cotterill fires above Danny Ward and into the top corner.

    Bristol City are winning 4-0. Wow.


    Bristol City 3-0 Huddersfield

    Oh my, and now Joe Bryan's gone down and City have a penalty...

  16. GOAL: Sheff Wed 0-2 Reading

    Adrian Popa

    The keeper was up and Reading countered to score into an empty net!

  17. Post update

    Bristol City 3-0 Huddersfield

    Well, this is just silly. The struggling Robins are now 3-0 up and the even sillier thing is that their big centre-half Aden Flint has scored with a brilliant, between-the-legs flick.

    It's been a bad, bad night for Huddersfield Town.

    Aden Flint
  18. CLOSE!

    Sheff Wed 0-1 Reading

    Ali Al Habsi saves from Callum McManaman yet again!

    The Owls have a corner. They're sending keeper Keiren Westwood up for it...

  19. Post update

    Sheff Wed 0-1 Reading

    Reading fans, look away now, because if there's going to be late drama, the hosts have made a habit of delivering it this term...

    Sheffield Wednesday have scored more goals in the 90th minute or later than any other Championship side this season (nine, in fact).

    Is a 10th one on the cards here? They're throwing everyone forward...

  20. GOAL: Bristol City 3-0 Huddersfield

    Aden Flint