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Summary

  1. Kermorgant goal sees Reading beat Leeds
  2. Championship leaders Newcastle beat Wigan
  3. Fulham into top six with win at Rotherham
  4. The Millers are relegated to League One
  5. Second-placed Brighton beat Blackburn
  6. Burton score 96th-minute winner at H'field

Live Reporting

By Brendon Mitchell, Tom Garry and Ian Woodcock

All times stated are UK

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  1. Post update

    Barnsley 0-0 Sheff Wed

    From one end to the other!

    Angus MacDonald miscues a clearance but Callum McManaman blazes over when well-placed to open the scoring.

  2. Post update

    Barnsley 0-0 Sheff Wed

    So close to 1-0!

    Angus MacDonald flicks on Adam Hammill's corner at the near post and the Owls are forced to scramble it off their own line.

  3. Post update

    Barnsley 0-0 Sheff Wed

    Adam Hammill, sent off in the reverse fixture this season, is having a good game today.

    He gets by his man to deliver a good cross but Tom Bradshaw can't generate enough pace to direct his effort beyond Keiren Westwood.

    Tom Bradshaw
  4. SUBSTITUTION

    Barnsley 0-0 Sheff Wed

    Sheffield Wednesday midfielder Sam Hutchinson, just back from injury, is forced off and David Jones is on in his place.

    Seems to be a knee injury for the ex-Chelsea man.

  5. Post update

    Barnsley 0-0 Sheff Wed

    Sheffield Wednesday weather the storm and force a corner of their own but Sam Hutchinson's effort evades everyone and goes out for a Barnsley throw.

  6. KICK-OFF

    Grimsby 0-0 Doncaster

    Today's early League Two game at Blundell Park is now under way.

    Meanwhile, there have been two quickfire goals at Anfield, where Liverpool now lead Everton 2-1 in the Premier League.

  7. Post update

    Barnsley 0-0 Sheff Wed

    Ryan Kent

    Good bit of pressure from the hosts.

    Adam Hammill wins a header at the back post that forces Owls keeper Keiren Westwood into his first real bit of work of the day.

  8. Post update

    Barnsley 0-0 Sheff Wed

    Good news for Barnsley as Adam Davies seems to be fine to carry on.

    Tykes winger Adam Hammill wins a free-kick after a foul by full-back Jack Hunt but the former Liverpool man blasts the set piece over the bar.

  9. Liverpool ahead against Everton

    Liverpool v Everton

    We may well be goalless at Oakwell, but there's been an early strike at Anfield, where Liverpool lead neighbours Everton through Sadio Mane's goal.

    If you'd like to follow all the action in the Premier League you can do so by clicking here.

  10. Post update

    Barnsley 0-0 Sheff Wed

    Barnsley goalkeeper Adam Davies is now down getting a bit of treatment.

    Not ideal if the hosts are forced into two early changes.

  11. Post update

    Barnsley 0-0 Sheff Wed

    The game just starting to open up a little bit here.

    Adam Hammill fires a fine cross over but Sheffield Wednesday full-back Jack Hunt defends well to clear.

    Meanwhile, Tykes full-back Andy Yiadom is struggling to shake off a knock and may have to go off.

  12. Post update

    Barnsley 0-0 Sheff Wed

    Angus MacDonald and Sam Winnall

    The visitors on top so far but are yet to test ex-Owls man Adam Davies in the Barnsley goal.

    Carlos Carvalhal's men have stuttered lately but a win today would be huge for their play-off push.

  13. Rovers to seal return?

    Grimsby v Doncaster Rovers (13:00 BST)

    John Marquis

    Doncaster Rovers could become the first team to seal promotion in the EFL this season.

    The League Two leaders need to win at Grimsby and then hope that Stevenage lose at home to Barnet and the match between Luton and Blackpool finishes all square.

    Perhaps asking a little bit too much? Whatever the case it seems like just a matter of time before Darren Ferguson's men secure an immediate return to the third tier.

    We'll keep you up to date with all the big moments from Blundell Park.

  14. Post update

    Barnsley 0-0 Sheff Wed

    First chance of the day for the hosts.

    Tom Bradshaw shows good industry before firing just wide of the post from 25 yards. Good work from the ex-Walsall man.

  15. Post update

    Barnsley 0-0 Sheff Wed

    Barnsley winger Adam Hammill sends a free-kick over all the waiting heads.

    He'll be hoping for a better day today than when he last faced the Owls.

    Brought on a second-half sub in the 69th minute, he was sent off in the 82 for a rash tackle on Sam Hutchinson.

    Wednesday went on to win the game 2-0.

  16. Post update

    Barnsley 0-0 Sheff Wed

    Sam Winnall

    Unsurprisingly it's been a competitive start to the game but no chances of note yet.

    Sheffield Wednesday striker Sam Winnall left the Tykes for the Owls in January and his every touch is being widely booed by the home fans. A little toy pig has even been thrown in his direction, by the looks of things.

    The ex-Wolves man scored 41 goals in 97 league appearances for Barnsley.

  17. KICK-OFF

    Barnsley 0-0 Sheff Wed

    Barnsley get us under way.

  18. Rowett's Rams in the hunt?

    Derby County

    It was a winning start to life at Pride Park for new Derby boss Gary Rowett on Friday.

    His new charges beat inform QPR 1-0 to boost their slim hopes of reaching the top six.

    Forward Matej Vydra, who also scored in Rowett's first game in charge at Nottingham Forest, hit the winner with 20 minutes to go.

    The Rams are now six points behind Sheffield Wednesday with seven games to play.

  19. Team news

    Barnsley v Sheff Wed (12:30 BST)

    Callum McManaman

    Barnsley make three changes to the team that lost at Norwich last time out. The Tykes recall Saidy Janko, Alex Mowatt and Ryan Kent.

    Sheffield Wednesday make two changes from the XI that started the defeat by Reading. Callum McManaman and Sam Hutchinson come in to the team.

  20. Good afternoon

    Barnsley v Sheff Wed (12:30 BST)

    Sheffield Wednesday

    It's been two weeks since our Championship teams were last in action.

    For the two teams in our early kick-off the break might have been just what they need.

    Hosts Barnsley are winless in their last six games and haven't recorded victory at Oakwell since 21 January.

    Meanwhile, Sheffield Wednesday's play-off bid has faltered in recent games, with back-to-back defeats before the break.

    Add local bragging rights into the mix and we should be set for a great game in South Yorkshire.

    Good afternoon and welcome to Saturday's EFL live text.