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Live Reporting

Rob Stevens, Brent Pilnick and Phil Cartwright

All times stated are UK

  1. Post update

    Another good day if you follow West Bromwich Albion and Leeds - they've both moved another step closer to the Premier League with wins today, but it's still far from over.

    And the action comes thick and fast - we've got a full round of Championship fixtures in midweek, so make sure you join us for live text coverage of the EFL on Tuesday and Wednesday.

    You can also read match reports of today's games on the BBC Sport website.

    Thanks for your company today!

  2. At the bottom...

    Championship bottom of table

    Big wins for Barnsley and Wigan at the bottom of the Championship, while Luton are bottom after losing at Charlton.

    Huddersfield and Middlesbrough, both beaten on the road today, are dropping perilously close to the bottom three.

  3. The top of the Championship

    Championship table

    West Bromwich Albion and Leeds appear to have recovered from their respective wobbles and are creating a nice little gap over the chasing pack.

    Preston were the only other side in the top six to win today and have a three-point advantage over seventh-placed Bristol City.

  4. League Two full-time headlines

    Jerry Yates
    • Swindon maintain top spot after three goals early in the second half see them beat Grimsby Town 3-1.
    • Crewe move up to second place with a 2-0 win over Macclesfield Town, while Exeter City lose 2-0 at Northampton Town.
    • That win consolidates the Cobblers in the final play-off place. Port Vale drop out of the top seven after being held to a 2-2 draw at Walsall.
    • Colchester United move up to sixth after a 2-1 win at Salford City.
    • Alex Revell's first game in charge of bottom side Stevenage ended in defeat - they go down 2-0 at Crawley Town to stay eight points adrift at the foot of the EFL.
  5. League One full-time headlines

    • Rotherham's late winner at Accrington keeps Paul Warne's men top of League One.
    • Coventry, Wycombe and Sunderland all win to keep up the pressure on the Millers.
    • Fleetwood move into the top six with their home victory over Portsmouth, who drop out of the play-off spots.
    • No respite for Bolton, Tranmere and Southend in the bottom three - the trio are all beaten.
  6. Championship full-time headlines

    Hal Robson-Kanu celebrates a goal
    • Top two West Brom and Leeds United both win, with the Baggies opening up a nine-point gap to the play-off places after winning 3-0 at Bristol City.
    • Nottingham Forest miss the chance to move third after drawing 0-0 at home against QPR - with the four teams in the play-offs now separated by just one point after Preston come from behind to beat Hull.
    • Barnsley move off the foot of the table as they inflict a 1-0 defeat on Middlesbrough, who are now eight league games without a win.
    • Luton slip to the bottom as they lost 3-1 at Charlton Athletic.
  7. Post update

    Let's recap some of the headlines from today's EFL matches...


    Preston North End 2-1 Hull City

    Preston are within a point of third place now, after coming from behind to beat Hull at Deepdale.


    Bristol City 0-3 West Brom

    Championship leaders West Brom keep up their promotion momentum and make it four wins in a five-match unbeaten run.

    Hal Robson-Kanu nets twice for the Baggies, who are now nine points ahead of third-placed Fulham.


    Nottingham Forest 0-0 QPR

    Joe Lolley heads wide in stoppage time and that's it. Forest are frustrated by QPR and they lose more ground on the top two in the Championship.


    Stoke City 2-0 Cardiff City

    A goal in each half is enough for Stoke to keep the bottom three at arm's length.


    Birmingham 3-3 Sheff Wed

    No time for a late winner for either side, as the Blues and Owls share the points after a six-goal thriller.


    Leeds United 1-0 Reading

    A Pablo Hernandez goal is enough for a big win for Leeds.

  14. Post update

    Leeds United 1-0 Reading

    Reading almost get an equaliser in stoppage time!

    Liam Moore goes through but Kiko Casilla does well to save.


    Wigan 1-0 Millwall

    Wigan boost their survival bid to move two points from safety as Shaun Hutchinson's own goal gives them all three points against Millwall.

    The Lions have won just one of their past six and are now seven points off the play-off places.


    Barnsley 1-0 Middlesbrough

    Barnsley off the bottom.


    Swansea 3-1 Huddersfield

    Huddersfield equalised late on, but Jay Fulton and Jordon Garrick score in the final 10 minutes and that's enough for a Swansea win.

    Town are bang in trouble.


    Charlton 3-1 Luton

    Charlton secure a third win in four games to move up to 18th as Lyle Taylor's double helps them beat struggling Luton.

  19. Post update

    Preston North End 2-1 Hull City

    Opening for Hull as Leo Da Silva Lopes' cross finds Norbert Balogh, but the substitute fires over the bar.

    Seven minutes of stoppage time at Deepdale.

  20. GOAL: Brimingham 3-3 Sheff Wed

    Scott Hogan (90+1 mins)

    Dramatic late equaliser at St Andrew's!

    Birmingham make it 3-3 as Scott Hogan turns in after being found in the box by striker partner Lukas Jutkiewicz.

    The Blues led twice in the first half, and look like they have secured a point...