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By Rob Stevens and Joe Townsend

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  1. One last tango

    Derby County v Charlton Athletic (Monday, 19:45 GMT)

    Darren Pratley (left) and Jamie Paterson (right) battle for the ball

    We're not QUITE done for 2019.

    Derby and Charlton will see the decade out on behalf of the EFL when they meet at Pride Park tomorrow night.

    Both sides could do with a win as they look to edge clear of danger.

    The Rams, beaten in the play-off final under Frank Lampard last season, haven't had the best of campaigns with Philipp Cocu at the helm.

    They're now 20th, just six points above the relegation zone, having failed to win any of their previous seven matches.

    Lee Bowyer's Charlton, promoted through the League One play-offs in May, are a point and two places higher than Derby thanks to a late Boxing Day win over Bristol City, which ended an 11-game winless run.

    We'll have every kick for you when we're back with another Championship live text from 19:30 GMT tomorrow.

    See you then!

  2. Wigan finish 2019 bottom

    The bottom remains much as it was before kick-off.

    Barnsley are now unbeaten in five and their upturn means they are now just inside the bottom three on goal difference.

    Huddersfield are now seven points clear after beating Blackburn while Middlesbrough - mired in the battle for so long - are up to the heady heights of 16th after three straight wins.

    Bottom of table
  3. Leeds reach summit after thriller

    How it stands

    Top of Championship

    Here is how the top of the Championship table looks at the end of 2019.

    Leeds United finish the decade on top of the division on goal difference after that dramatic 5-4 win at Birmingham.

    West Brom slip to second after losing 2-0 at home against Middlesbrough.

    Fulham and Nottingham Forest are the winners in the play-off picture, with 13th-placed Blackburn now three points off the top six in a congested top half.

  4. League Two full-time headlines

    • Eoin Doyle's 12-game goalscoring streak comes to an end as leaders Swindon lose 2-0 at Port Vale.
    • Second-placed Exeter are held 2-2 at Colchester, with Crewe's 3-1 win against Scunthorpe closing the gap.
    • Stevenage end the decade bottom of the English Football League after Niall Canavan's 96th-minute winner for Plymouth against Boro.
  5. League One full-time headlines

    • Wycombe Wanderers end the year top of League One despite a third successive loss, with Matt Godden's hat-trick given Coventry a thumping 4-1 win at Adams Park.
    • Ipswich Town are beaten 5-3 at Lincoln City to slip down to fourth, with Oxford's 2-1 win at Wimbledon sending them second.
    • Bolton miss the chance to move off the bottom of the table for the first time this season after being held by Shrewsbury.
  6. Championship full-time headlines

    • Leeds United go top of the table after a nine-goal thriller at Birmingham, with the Whites winning 5-4 courtesy of a 95th-minute own goal - the Blues had made it 4-4 in the 91st minute
    • West Brom slip to second after suffering a first defeat at home since February, with Boro running out 2-0 winners to record their first away win of the season
    • Fulham move up to third and Forest win to move back into the play-off places
    • Barnsley pick up a point at Swansea to make it five unbeaten as Luton Town slip to 23rd following a 3-0 defeat at Bristol City
  7. Post update

    Shall we crack on with your full-time headlines from across the English Football League?...

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    FT: Birmingham 4-5 Leeds

    Leeds

    Dean Plumley: I'm 43 years old and look 143 after this Leeds game Madness!!

    I'm sure you're not the only one, Dean. I'm sure you're not the only one.

  9. FULL-TIME

    Sheff Wed 1-2 Cardiff

    Garry Monk has lost his first Championship home game in charge of Sheffield Wednesday.

    This match was all about the opening. Cardiff were 2-0 up after eight minutes, Robert Glatzel and then Junior Hoilett with the goals.

    Ten minutes Tom Lees made things interesting, but ultimately Cardiff held firm.

  10. FULL-TIME

    Huddersfield 2-1 Blackburn

    Huddersfield hold on after nine minutes of injury time.

    A superb fightback from Danny Cowley's team following Danny Graham's early header for the visitors.

    Jon Stankovic headed home himself to level things up before the break, and the match was won by an absolute pearler from Steve Mounie, who fired in from 25 yards.

  11. CLOSE!

    Sheff Wed 1-2 Cardiff

    So nearly the equaliser for the hosts!

    Atdhe Nuhiu shoots early from distance and the keeper is beaten, but it's inches wide. Seconds left now.

  12. Post update

    It's already been an amazing afternoon in the Championship and we're STILL waiting for these last two 15:00 GMT games to finish...

  13. Post update

    Huddersfield 2-1 Blackburn

    NINE minutes were added on at the John Smith's and there have been about seven played.

    Town are holding firm as Rovers throw everything at them.

  14. Post update

    Sheff Wed 1-2 Cardiff

    Still two minutes of the seven added to be played, and Wednesday are pushing hard for the equaliser.

  15. FULL-TIME

    Birmingham 4-5 Leeds

    Leeds

    Just the nine goals then - and Leeds United are top of the Championship.

    Leeds seemed determined to throw that game away and Birmingham seemed determined to make sure they got a point.

    In the end, the last-minute equaliser from Lukas Jutkiewicz counted for nothing because it was settled by a 95th minute Wes Harding own goal.

    What a way for these sides to end the decade. Absolutely incredible.

  16. FULL-TIME

    Nottm Forest 1-0 Wigan

    A header from Tobias Figueiredo settles this one, but Wigan midfielder Josh Windass will be left to rue his late missed penalty.

    There's no way the Latics deserved to lose this match.

  17. FULL-TIME

    Fulham 1-0 Stoke

    Bobby Decordova-Reid's first-half tap-in is enough for Fulham to make it two wins in three and move up to third in the table.

  18. FULL-TIME

    QPR 1-2 Hull

    That late goal from Jackson Irvine gives Hull all three points in west London.

  19. FULL-TIME

    Millwall 1-0 Brentford

    Aiden O'Brien celebrates scoring against Brentford

    Millwall hang on to win the final London derby of 2019.

  20. FULL-TIME

    West Brom 0-2 Middlesbrough

    It's all over.

    Middlesbrough record their first away win of the season to end West Brom's 14-match unbeaten run.

    That defeat could see the Baggies slip off the top of the table too...