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Live Reporting

By Steve Marshall, Jay Freeman and Deepak Mahay

All times stated are UK

  1. Farewell

    As afternoons go that was a pretty big one for Leeds, who have given themselves a bit of much-needed daylight on the chasing pack at the top of the Championship.

    How important will this afternoon be come the end of the season? Only time will tell but that result, combined with West Brom's earlier draw against Nottingham Forest has kept the second tier summit as exciting as ever.

    That just about wraps up our coverage today and another exciting weekend of action in the English Football League.

    Thank you for joining us.

  2. Bottom three boost survival hopes


    Bottom of the Championship

    Has fresh life been breathed into the Championship relegation battle today?

    Wins for Barnsley and Luton puts them back within reach of Stoke and Huddersfield, while Wigan will also see their point at Cardiff as a decent one despite leading twice.

  3. Leeds the big winners


    Top of the Championship

    West Brom were moments away from ending the day with a seven-point lead at the top of the Championship - instead they finish it four points clear.

    Leeds' win over Bristol City means they now have a three-point lead again over Fulham in third.

    All in all though, the promotion race remains incredibly tight.

  4. Post update

    Here's what today's results have done to the top and bottom of the Championship table...

  5. League Two full-time headlines

    • Walsall come from two goals down to beat Northampton 3-2 with Rory Holden scoring a injury-time winner for the Saddlers.
    • Second-placed Exeter City beat struggling Macclesfield Town 3-2 after throwing away a 2-0 lead.
    • Plymouth overcome Crewe Alexandra to win 2-1 at Home Park.
    • Port Vale beat Colchester United 3-0 at home while bottom side Stevenage lose to Salford City.
  6. League One headlines

    • Leaders Rotherham held to 2-2 draw by AFC Wimbledon, who earn a point with Kwesi Appiah's 93rd-minute penalty.
    • Coventry are second behind Rotherham on goal difference after 2-0 win at Southend.
    • Ipswich cruise to 4-1 win over Burton; in-form Sunderland win at Oxford.
    • Wes Burns secures a fourth-straight win for Fleetwood and end Peterborough's six-match winning run.
    • Gillingham come from behind to beat Doncaster thanks to two own goals by Cameron John.
    • Sam Finley scores a 95th-minute winner as Accrington beat Lincoln in a seven-goal thriller.
  7. Championship full-time headlines

    Luke Ayling
    • Leeds pull off a huge win against Bristol City thanks to Luke Ayling's goal against his former club which puts them three points clear of third-placed Fulham
    • Barnsley storm to a surprise 3-0 win against Fulham who lose ground on Leeds while Brentford come from behind to draw at Birmingham
    • Luton beat Middlesbrough as they move to within four points of safety in the Championship while 22nd-placed Wigan held to a point against Cardiff
    • Reading coast to a 3-0 win away at Sheffield Wednesday who fall to another defeat under Garry Monk
  8. Post update

    And with today's matches coming to an end, let's take a look at the headlines across the English Football League..


    QPR 4-2 Stoke

    Some game at the Kiyan Prince Foundation Stadium.

    Goals from Sam Clucas and Tyrese Campbell gave Stoke a two-goal lead but a quickfire response from Jordan Hugill and Eberechi Eze leveled things up for QPR, Bright Osayi-Samuel completed the comeback and Ilias Chair added the fourth.


    Middlesbrough 0-1 Luton

    Ryan Tunnicliffe's goal was enough for Championship strugglers Luton to overcome Boro.

    That's back-to-back wins for the Hatters.


    Fulham 0-3 Barnsley

    Goals from Jacob Brown and a double from former Fulham man Cauley Woodrow gave bottom club a massive and well deserved win over Fulham at Craven Cottage.


    Charlton 0-2 Blackburn

    A fine Blackburn performance sees their fine form in the Championship continue as they move three points off the play-off places with victory against Charlton.


    Preston 0-1 Milwall

    A set back for promotion chasers Preston who go down to a Shaun Hutchinson goal and a spirited Millwall performance at Deepdale.

    That's Millwall's first away win in five and it's their first league double over Preston in 53 years.


    Birmingham 1-1 Brentford

    The game comes to an end at St Andrew's and Birmingham are held to a point against a Brentford side who lost Mathias Jensen early on.

    The Bees also lose ground on second-placed Leeds but did well to grind out a point.


    Sheff Wed 0-3 Reading

    An afternoon to forget for Sheffield Wednesday who are well beaten by Reading.

    Goals from Yakou Meite, George Puscas and Sam Baldock earn the Royals a straightforward win over the 10-man Owls, who continue to slide down the table.


    Cardiff 2-2 Wigan

    Wigan twice took the lead through Kieffer Moore but two equalisers from Cardiff ensures both sides take a point.


    Derby 1-1 Huddersfield

    A point apiece at Pride Park. Tom Lawrence's rocket gave Derby the lead but Harry Toffolo earned Huddersfield a draw.


    Leeds 1-0 Bristol City

    Marcelo Bielsa

    All over at Elland Road and that is a massive three points for Leeds United.

    Luke Ayling's first half goal against his former club moves them three points clear of third-placed Fulham.

  19. Post update

    Birmingham 1-1 Brentford

    There's huge calls for a penalty from Bimringham after the ball looks to have come off the arm of Ethan Pinnock.

    However it's not given and the hosts are furious.

    Meanwhile at the other end, Ollie Watkins' overhead kick goes wide. It's all happening at St Andrew's!

  20. GOAL: Sheff Wed 0-3 Reading

    Sam Baldock (90+1 mins)

    Game, set and match for Reading as Sam Baldock scores from the penalty spot after Andy Rinhomhota was brought down by Dominic Iorfa.