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Live Reporting

Jay Freeman, Deepak Mahay and Josh Hunt

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  1. Farewell

    After a pretty boring first half, at least in the second tier, things perked up a bit after the break!

    There were big wins for Cardiff City and Fulham who maintained their promotion hopes while Sunderland's miserable season continued with their defeat by Brentford.

    In League One, Shrewsbury failed to capitalise on Wigan not playing as they were defeated by Rotherham while Wycombe moved second in League Two with a win against Cheltenham.

    Remember, the fun and games continues in the EFL tomorrow and we'll be bringing you all the action as usual.

    For now though, thank you for joining us.

  2. Still to come...

    Norwich v Ipswich (12:00 GMT), Leeds v Bristol City (16:30 GMT)

    Joe Bryan

    We've got another two Championship games to bring you before the weekend's up.

    First up, Norwich City host Ipswich Town in the East Anglian derby from 12:00 GMT on Sunday, before Leeds United take on Bristol City at 16:30 GMT in what will be Paul Heckingbottom's first home game in charge at Elland Road.

    We'll have live text commentary of both matches on the BBC Sport website and app.

  3. How it stands at the bottom

    Bottom six

    Not much has changed at the foot of the table, although Birmingham move above Bolton despite losing 1-0 courtesy of their superior goal difference.

    Sunderland and Burton, in 23rd and 24th, are level on 26 points.

  4. How it stands at the top

    Top six

    Confirmation, then, that Wolves are 11 points clear at the top of the Championship table, with Cardiff City's victory over Middlesbrough moving them second.

    Aston Villa drop to third after losing at Fulham, who remain fifth.

  5. Wylde strikes late in relegation battle

    League Two full-time scores

    Morecambe v Forest Green

    Big results at the top and the bottom of League Two today.

    Crawley closed the gap on the top seven with victory over Lincoln, while Mansfield held off fellow play-off hopefuls Exeter to claim a hard-earned 1-0 win.

    Forest Green led for some time against relegation rivals Morecambe, but Gregg Wylde's 90th-minute goal rescued a much-needed point for the hosts.

    • Barnet 1-1 Accrington
    • Cambridge 3-1 Grimsby
    • Carlisle 2-0 Chesterfield
    • Cheltenam 0-2 Wycombe
    • Crawley 3-1 Lincoln
    • Crewe 1-0 Colchester
    • Exeter 0-1 Mansfield
    • Morecambe 1-1 Forest Green
    • Newport 0-0 Notts County
    • Stevenage 4-1 Yeovil
    • Swindon 3-2 Port Vale
  6. Powell magic not wearing off

    League One full-time scores

    Jason Demetriou

    Shrewsbury stay top of League One, but their defeat by Rotherham opens the door for Wigan to return to the summit when they return from FA Cup duties.

    Scunthorpe twice fought back against lowly Northampton to earn a point in the race for the play-offs, while Southend maintained their unbeaten record under Chris Powell with a 3-1 victory over Portsmouth.

    • AFC Wimbledon 1-0 Bristol Rovers
    • Doncaster 3-0 Fleetwood
    • Gillingham 0-0 Walsall
    • MK Dons 1-2 Charlton
    • Oxford 0-1 Plymouth
    • Scunthorpe 2-2 Northampton
    • Shrewsbury 0-1 Rotherham
    • Southend 3-1 Portsmouth
  7. The Championship headlines

    Preston v Wolves
    • Wolverhampton Wanderers remain 11 points clear at the top of the Championship, coming from 1-0 down to draw at 10-man play-off hopefuls Preston North End.
    • Ryan Sessegnon scores as Fulham secure a fine win over promotion rivals Aston Villa.
    • Sean Morrison's header gives Cardiff City victory over Middlesbrough, a result that sends the Bluebirds second.
    • Sunderland lose 2-0 at home to Brentford, but Burton are unable to cash in, drawing 0-0 against Nottingham Forest.
  8. Post update

    That's us done and dusted in the Championship, so your full-time headlines are up next...


    Sunderland 0-2 Brentford

    Goals from Kamohelo Mokotjo and Neal Maupay gives the Bees all three points at the Stadium of Light.


    Fulham 2-0 Aston Villa

    Fulham v Aston Villa

    Signed, sealed and delivered. Fulham have given themselves a five-point cushion on seventh place thanks to victory against Aston Villa.

    Meanwhile, Villa slip to third and are now two points adrift of Cardiff, who move second.


    Birmingham 0-1 Millwall

    Birmingham miss the chance to pull six points clear of the relegation places, beaten 1-0 at home by Millwall.


    Burton 0-0 Nottingham Forest

    A goalless stalemate between bottom side Burton and Nottingham Forest, whose run of three straight defeats comes to an end.


    Preston 1-1 Wolves

    It's all over at Deepdale and Wolves have rescued a point against Preston after the hosts were reduced to 10 men.


    Cardiff City 1-0 Middlesbrough

    Cardiff v Middlesbrough

    It's all over in south Wales and Cardiff City have bagged all three points against Middlesbrough courtesy of Sean Morrison's first-half goal.

    Neil Warnock's side are now two points clear in second place, while Boro are ninth.


    QPR 2-0 Bolton

    Queens Park Rangers score two late goals to overcome relegation-threatened Bolton Wanderers, who have Mark Little sent off.

  16. GOAL: QPR 2-0 Bolton

    Matt Smith (90+1 mins)

    That should be that!

    Matt Smith's header doubles QPR's lead.

  17. Post update

    Preston 1-1 Wolves

    Wolves are piling on the pressure for a dramatic late winner at Deepdale but they can't seem to find the net just yet!

    Matt Doherty tees up Benik Afobe but Declan Rudd collects before palming away Ruben Neves' 25-yard drive.

  18. Powell resurgence continues

    League One latest

    Southend have been the team everyone wants to avoid since Chris Powell was appointed manager late in January.

    They're on course for a fourth win in five under the new boss, Jason Demetriou scoring his second goal of the afternoon to extend their advantage over Portsmouth to 3-1.

    As it stands, they're now only seven points outside the play-off places. They couldn't, could they?

  19. Post update

    Burton 0-0 Nottingham Forest

    Darren Bent

    There are 5,775 in attendance to watch Burton v Nottingham Forest but none of them have had a goal to shout about so far.

    Both sides could do with a goal as it stands but nothing doing as we approach the final 10 minutes.

  20. GOAL: Birmingham 0-1 Millwall

    Fred Onyedinma (77 mins)

    He started on the bench but substitute Fred Onyedinma has come on to give his side the lead with a drilled shot after Blues keeper David Stockdale kept out his initial effort.

    Lions boss Neil Harris will be a happy man.