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Steve Marshall

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  1. That's all folks

    FT: Fulham 2-0 Wolves

    That's about all we have for you today. It's been a day of 32 goals in the Championship, last-minute winners (and equalisers), see-saw games, relegation six-pointers and a defeat for the leaders.

    In League One, the top three all won and we had a 103rd-minute winner.

    And in League Two, leaders Luton needed a last-gasp equaliser to snatch a point while the bottom five at the start of the day all won. Bonkers and coupon-busting.

    We'll be back at 11:40 GMT tomorrow with coverage of Cardiff v Bristol City. Until then, have a very good evening.

  2. Reaction: 'Survival not easy, but doable'

    FT: Sunderland 3-3 Middlesbrough

    Callum McManaman

    Callum McManaman's 96th-minute equaliser rescued bottom side Sunderland a point in a 3-3 draw with Middlesbrough, after both sides had had a player sent off in the first half.

    Sunderland manager Chris Coleman:

    "If we want to keep our home supporters with us, to keep them coming, then we have to keep doing what we did today and against Bolton.

    "If we want to make the last dozen games uncomfortable, make it feel like five seasons long, then keep turning up like we were pre-Bolton.

    "We have to go for it and stay in our games. That sends good messages and vibes, we did that today.

    "If we do that more often than not we will get points. It's not easy but it's very doable. There will be a time when we win and it will change the face of everything."

  3. Post update

    FT: Fulham 2-0 Wolves

    Talking of having work to do, Sunderland have plenty.

    However, today's last-gasp draw with Middlesbrough may have given some hope of them bridging the four-point gap between themselves and fourth-from-bottom Barnsley.

    Here's what boss Chris Coleman made of what was only one of several crazy games in the Championship this afternoon.

  4. Post update

    FT: Fulham 2-0 Wolves

    Wolves remain nine points clear at the top of the table, but that could be six points if Cardiff win the Severnside derby against Bristol City tomorrow.

    Plenty of people have been saying that Nuno Espirito Santo's side are already up, but no Wolves fan will be taking that for granted. There is still work to do.

  5. Post update

    FT: Fulham 2-0 Wolves

    Aleksandar Mitrovic

    So Fulham remain fifth with that win, but they're now only five points behind second-placed Cardiff, who host Bristol City tomorrow.

    And they have real momentum. Do we have a four-horse race for the second promotion slot between Cardiff, Aston Villa, Derby and Fulham? Or can the chasing pack reel in Wolves?

  6. Post-match reaction

    FT: Fulham 2-0 Wolves

    Fulham goalscorer Ryan Sessegnon told Sky Sports:

    "We hope we can be automatic promotion contenders. We've had two big wins against Aston Villa and Wolves, and that shows how we've pushed this season.

    "It's been a much better season and we just want to continue that.

    "I've played well this season, but the team playing well is helping me play well."

  7. Post update

    FT: Fulham 2-0 Wolves

    Let's bring you some post-match reaction from this evening's victors.

  8. FULL-TIME Fulham 2-0 Wolves

    A very impressive performance from Fulham ends with a fully deserved victory over the league leaders.

    Wolves are now three games without a win. A wobble? Or just a blip?


    Fulham 2-0 Wolves

    Fulham's Tom Cairney makes his way off and Denis Odoi replaces him.

    Moments later, Matt Targett goes close for the hosts.

  10. Post update

    Fulham 2-0 Wolves

    There will be three minutes of stoppage time.

    Fulham are almost there. Wolves' best chance came a few minutes ago when Diogo Jota missed the target with the goal gaping.

  11. Reaction: 'We want to appeal Traore red card'

    FT: Sunderland 3-3 Middlesbrough

    Adama Traore

    Sunderland boss Chris Coleman said he had no complaints about either of the red cards in his side's 3-3 draw with Middlesbrough, but Boro boss Tony Pulis was unhappy with Adama Traore's dismissal.

    Middlesbrough boss Tony Pulis said:

    "There's really good things about this team I like, but other things they have to really toughen up to. Seeing games out, seeing things through is one of them.

    "It's the mental stuff, the crowd with the last opportunity of the game is when you puff your chest out and dig in, concentrate, I am disappointed for the fans today.

    "Adama's sending-off was a disappointment, Oviedo has walked round the back of him and poked him in the eye.

    "Adama has raised his hands and shouldn't have shoved him in the chest. I am not sure if we can appeal but if we can we will."

  12. Post update

    Fulham 2-0 Wolves

    Only three minutes plus stoppage time for Fulham to hold on.

    Wolves are heading for a fifth defeat of the season.

  13. Post update

    Fulham 2-0 Wolves

    How have Wolves not scored here?

    Conor Coady plays a lovely pass to Benik Afobe, whose shot is blocked by Tim Ream.

    But he plays the loose ball back across to Diogo Jota who, with the goal gaping, lifts his shot over the bar from eight yards.

    It's not Wolves' night.

  14. Post update

    Fulham 2-0 Wolves

    Into the closing stages now. Fulham are in complete control and will move within five points of the automatic promotion places with victory.

  15. Reaction: 'We're going like a steam train'

    FT: Burton 0-1 Millwall

    Burton Millwall

    Millwall's surprising push for a play-off place continued with a 1-0 victory at Burton which left them just six points outside the top six spots.

    Millwall manager Neil Harris said:

    "Millwall are going like a steam train at the minute. We have no fear of the division anymore.

    "Four in a row away from home and anyone that has seen us all season, we could easily have doubled that on the road.

    "I certainly felt that Burton should have took something out of the game but I thought we should have comfortably won the home game against Burton so it's probably swings and roundabouts.

    "I have to give the credit to my players for finding another way of winning a game. I couldn't be happier at the moment."

  16. Post update

    Fulham 2-0 Wolves

    Barry Douglas sheepishly walks away after bringing down Sheyi Ojo on the edge of the box while the home crowd bay for a red card.

    Stefan Johansen whips the free-kick in and John Ruddy is generously awarded a foul as he mis-punches the ball.


    Fulham 2-0 Wolves

    A final roll of the dice for Wolves as Benik Afobe comes on for Romain Saiss, who picked up a knock while tackling Stefan Johansen a few minutes ago.

    It's a change of shape for Wolves too, with Conor Coady going into midfield.

  18. YELLOW CARD Willy Boly

    Fulham 2-0 Wolves

    Wolves defender Willy Boly sees yellow for a foul on Stefan Johansen.

  19. Post update

    Fulham 2-0 Wolves

    Wolves haven't lost on the road since October. Where?

    Just down the road at QPR.

    In fact, they don't like west London much this season - they drew 0-0 at Brentford in August too.

  20. CLOSE!

    Fulham 2-0 Wolves

    Almost three for Fulham as Stefan Johansen lets fly from the edge of the box but sees his effort curl just the wrong side of John Ruddy's left-hand post.