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Summary

  1. Cardiff beat Bolton to move level on points with third-placed Derby
  2. Lucas Joao with both Sheffield Wednesday goals against Derby
  3. Morrison marked his 150th Cardiff appearance with a goal against Trotters
  4. Shrewsbury go top in League One
  5. Bradford draw with Charlton in Grayson's first match in charge
  6. League Two: Leaders Luton hit four against Harry Kewell's in-form Crawley

Live Reporting

By Tom Garry and Josh Hunt

All times stated are UK

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  1. Thank you and good night

    That's just about it from us tonight, after a good evening's work for Cardiff, Lucas Joao, Shrewsbury and Mansfield, to name but a few.

    Cheers for your company tonight. We'll see you again next time. If you want more football before bedtime tonight, all the reaction to tonight's Champions League drama can be found right here. Enjoy!

    But, from us, all the best, and au revoir.

  2. Cardiff City 2-0 Bolton Wanderers

    The match report

    Cardiff City celebrate their opening goal against Bolton

    And here's Dafydd Pritchard's verdict on the night's game from the Cardiff City Stadium, as the Bluebirds move within a point of the automatic promotion spots in the Championship with an efficient win over Bolton.

    Cardiff City 2-0 Bolton Wanderers

    Cardiff City celebrate their opening goal against Bolton

    Cardiff City move within a point of the automatic promotion spots in the Championship with an efficient win over Bolton.

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  3. Sheffield Wednesday 2-0 Derby County

    The match report

    Lucas Joao

    Here's the full match report, as Lucas Joao scores twice as Sheffield Wednesday ease past Derby for their first league victory under Jos Luhukay.

    Sheffield Wednesday 2-0 Derby County

    Lucas Joao

    Lucas Joao scores twice as Sheffield Wednesday ease past Derby for their first league victory under Jos Luhukay.

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  4. Bolton stay 19th

    Meanwhile, Bolton's 15th loss of the season keeps them just two points above the relegation zone, in 19th place.

    Some big, big games are coming up for Wanderers, including a home game against fellow-strugglers Sunderland in seven days time.

    Tasty.

  5. How it stands at the top

    FT: Cardiff 2-0 Bolton; Sheff Wed 2-0 Derby

    Tonight's loss for Derby means Wolves remain 13 points clear of the third-placed Rams, and the leaders have a game in hand on Gary Rowett's men.

    Meanwhile, Cardiff's win keeps themselves in fourth place but sees them move level on points with Derby.

    Aston Villa, in second, are one point above the Rams and the Bluebirds, who are six points above fifth-placed Fulham.

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    Robert Weaver: Anytime any of Cardiff, Derby or Villa fail to take maximum points is a step nearer the title for Wolves

    Sam Lockwood: Who needs the Champions League when you get great results like Cambridge United's? Great win and a much needed 3 points

  7. Dramatic night in League Two

    League Two full-time scores

    Forest Green score against Stevenage

    Where to start in League Two?

    You already know that Mansfield had a pretty incredible night, finishing 5-0 victors over Newport, while Luton also impressed in a 4-1 win against in-form Crawley.

    Adebayo 'The Beast' Akinfenwa scored late on as Wycombe beat Swindon 3-2 in a topsy-turvy contest, while Forest Green claimed a crucial three points in the fight to avoid relegation, beating Stevenage 3-1.

    • Mansfield 5-0 Newport
    • Port Vale P-P Exeter
    • Accrington 1-0 Crewe
    • Chesterfield 2-3 Cambridge
    • Colchester 2-1 Coventry
    • Forest Green 3-1 Stevenage
    • Lincoln 1-0 Cheltenham
    • Luton 4-1 Crawley
    • Notts County 2-1 Carlisle
    • Wycombe 3-2 Swindon
    • Yeovil 1-0 Barnet
  8. Shrews go top

    League One full-time scores

    Shrewsbury celebrate

    We have new leaders at the top of League One, as Shrewsbury's victory at Fleetwood coupled with a shock defeat for Wigan at home against Blackpool moves the Shrews up a spot in the table.

    Elsewhere, Simon Grayson's first game as Bradford manager ends in a 1-1 draw at Charlton, while Blackburn boost their promotion hopes by beating Portsmouth.

    In total, there were 39 goals across the third tier tonight. That's not a bad effort if you ask me.

    • Bristol Rovers 3-2 Rochdale
    • Bury 0-0 Southend
    • Charlton 1-1 Bradford
    • Fleetwood 1-2 Shrewsbury
    • Northampton 1-2 Gillingham
    • Oldham 1-0 MK Dons
    • Peterborough 2-2 Scunthorpe
    • Plymouth 4-2 Wimbledon
    • Portsmouth 1-2 Blackburn
    • Rotherham 3-1 Oxford
    • Walsall 4-2 Doncaster
    • Wigan 0-2 Blackpool
  9. FT: Sheff Wed 2-0 Derby

    This is quite a result.

    The last time Derby lost a league game, England were only 1-0 down in the Ashes! That feels like a long, long time ago...

  10. FT: Sheff Wed 2-0 Derby

    It's Jos Luhkay's first league win as Sheffield Wednesday boss, and the Owls' first league success since Boxing Day.

    Can this be a turning point for their season? It moves them nine points clear of the relegation zone.

  11. FULL-TIME

    Sheff Wed 2-0 Derby

    It's a huge win for the Owls! Derby's automatic promotion hopes suffer a blow.

    The Rams are beaten for the first time since November, while the Owls climb two places to 15th in the table.

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  12. FULL-TIME

    Cardiff 2-0 Bolton

    That's it. Cardiff's unbeaten league run stretches to five games as they make the most of their game in hand.

    Bolton's poor away form continues.

  13. CLOSE!

    Sheff Wed 2-0 Derby

    The ball simply won't go in for Derby tonight. Andreas Weimann sends a clever chip at goal but Joe Wildsmith produces another good save to tip it over.

    That may be that.

  14. Post update

    Sheff Wed 2-0 Derby

    Derby County"s Matej Vydra with a missed chance

    As they enter five minutes of stoppage time at Hillsborough, Derby's 12-match unbeaten league run is coming ever-closer to an end, while Jos Luhukay's wait for a first league win as Owls boss is almost over.

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    Nigel Harris: What do you mean it's a good night for Wolves and Villa if Derby don't get a result tonight? Have you not noticed Cardiff are right in it too?

    A victory against lowly Bolton puts Cardiff right back in the mix. No doubt!

  16. Post update

    Cardiff 2-0 Bolton; Sheff Wed 2-0 Derby

    These two scorelines may be the same, but the two trailing sides are playing completely differently in these closing stages.

    Bolton are yet to have a shot on target so far this evening.

    In contrast, Derby are all over the Sheffield Wednesday penalty area, but simply can't get a goal back.

  17. Grayson's Bantams level

    League One latest

    Bradford City manager Simon Grayson

    A huge goal in the League One play-off race.

    Seventh-placed Charlton threw away a late lead against Doncaster at the weekend, and they're at it again here.

    Bradford have pulled it back to 1-1, Tyrell Robinson coming off the bench to get the crucial goal.

    Meanwhile, Shrewsbury are heading top of the league, Nathan Thomas stabbing in at the near post to make it 2-1 against Fleetwood.

  18. Post update

    Cardiff 2-0 Bolton

    Dafydd Pritchard

    BBC Sport Wales at the Cardiff City Stadium

    Dame Edna Everage

    Cardiff have had it so easy they could swap their goalkeeper Neil Etheridge for Dame Edna Everage and it would have no bearing on this result.

  19. Post update

    Cardiff 2-0 Bolton; Sheff Wed 2-0 Derby

    We're inside the final 10 minutes in the Championship and it would appear we're on course for two home wins...

  20. Get Involved

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    Bradford City fans

    How do you assess tonight's action then? We'll be taking your comments via #bbcefl beyond the full-time whistles. It's your chance to react to the action, whether you're an elated Luton Town fan, a relieved Sheffield Wednesday fan or a worried Bolton Wanderers fan.