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Live Reporting

Sophie Hurcom, Claire Gould, Steve Mather and Adam Williams

All times stated are UK

  1. Thanks for being with us


    What a barn-storming afternoon across the EFL.

    As mentioned, we'll be back on Monday night for more Championship action between Sheffield United and QPR.

    Until then, you can keep across all od today's reports and reaction on our Championship, League One and League Two pages or listen to your BBC local radio station.

    Thanks for being with us this afternoon, until next time....

  2. League Two full-time headlines

    • A huge point for Oldham who remarkably clawed themselves back from three goals down to draw 5-5 against top of the table Forest Green.
    • Swindon fall to their second successive defeat with a 2-0 loss away at Barrow.
    • Newport moved up to fourth with a 2-1 win over fellow promotion chasers Port Vale.
    • Two goals in the last 10 minutes gave Bristol Rovers a 4-2 win over Rochdale.
    • Northampton get their fourth win in a row with a 2-1 victory over Harrogate.
    • Two Otis Khan goals helped Walsall to a 3-0 win at home to Colchester
  3. League One full-time headlines

    • Leaders Rotherham extend their unbeaten run to 20 matches with a 3-1 victory against Burton.
    • Sunderland hold off fellow promotion challenges Plymouth 2-1 at the Stadium of Light.
    • Both Wigan and Wycombe lose some ground on the top as they're held to draws, Wycombe needing an equaliser from a penalty six minutes into added time.
    • Play-off contenders Portsmouth and Oxford United both win, Oxford coming from behind at MK Dons.
  4. Championship full-time headlines

    Blackburn fans
    • Blackburn continued their terrific form with a fine 2-0 away win at Bournemouth who are now without a win in five games.
    • Fulham drew their fourth game in a row as they were held away at Luton but it was a good day for third-placed West Brom who beat Reading 1-0 thanks to Callum Robinson's goal.
    • All the goals came in the second half as Forest enjoyed a 4-1 win at Swansea in manager Steve Cooper's return to his old club.
    • Bristol City and Cardiff both scored injury time equalisers against Hull and Birmingham City respectively to earn a point.
    • Preston enjoyed a 2-1 win over struggling Barnsley and Peterborough earned a valuable comeback victory over Millwall.
    • Derby earned a 1-0 win over Blackpool and Stoke and Middlesbrough played out a goalless draw.
  5. Post update

    That's all the full-time scores in from a goal-filled afternoon in the Championship.

    And it wasn't just there where the goals were flying in!

    We'll bring you all the full-time headlines from across the three divisions shortly....


    Swansea 1-4 Nottingham Forest

    Steve Cooper had a pleasing return to South Wales, with his Nottingham Forest side emphatically beating his former club Swansea 4-1.

    Considering how the season started for Forest, remarkably they're now up to eighth in the table and just four points off the play-offs.


    Derby County 1-0 Blackpool

    Derby pick up another much-needed win with their much-depleted side seeing off Blackpool.

  8. GOAL: Swansea 1-4 Nottingham Forest

    Dias (90+4 mins)

    Nottingham Forest had the three points wrapped up already, but Carlos Dias adds a fourth goal for the visitors just to be sure.


    West Brom 1-0 Reading

    Callum Robinson's goal in off the bar after 62 minutes is the only difference between the two sides on paper, but in reality the match was much more one-sided than the score line suggests. West Brom had 25 shots at goal - 11 on target - compared to just four from Swansea, none of which were on target.

    West Brom had four defenders ruled out before the match with Covid-19, but it didn't stop them securing their second win in a row.


    Bournemouth 0-2 Blackburn

    Statement win for Blackburn.

    A Ben Pearson own goal and Jan Paul van Hecke bullet header earn Tony Mowbray's side a fine away victory.


    Birmingham City 2-2 Cardiff City

    Two second-half goals from the visitors see them come back to claim a draw.


    Preston 2-1 Barnsley

    Ryan Lowe wins his first game in charge of Preston as Barnsley's woes deepen.

    Barnsley looked like they were get a point after Cauley Woodrow's equaliser but Daniel Johnson's goal proved the difference.


    Peterborough United 2-1 Millwall

    Peterborough come from behind for a first win in eight games to move away from the bottom three.

    Millwall's first away defeat in four.


    Luton 1-1 Fulham

    Four draws in a row for Fulham.

    Elijah Adebayo cancelled out Aleksandar Mitrovic's opener as the hosts earn a good point against the league leaders.


    Stoke 0-0 Middlesbrough

    Goalless at the Bet365 Stadium between Stoke and Middlesbrough, in a game with limited excitement and much action in front of goal.

    Andraz Sporar's attempt was the only shot on target in the second half.


    Hull City 2-2 Bristol City

    Late leveller for Bristol City gets them the point.

  17. GOAL: Birmingham City 2-2 Cardiff City

    Mark McGuinness (90+1 mins)

    Cardiff level in stoppage time.

    Centre-back Mark McGuinness with a bullet header from a corner completes their comeback from 2-0 down.

  18. GOAL: Hull City 2-2 Bristol City

    Matty James (90+1 mins)

    All square again late on in this one.

    Bristol City haven't been scoring too many goals this season, but they'll be thrilled that Matty James has netted a leveller for them in added time.

  19. Post update

    Luton 1-1 Fulham

    Are we going to get a winner here?

    It's anyone's game with both sides having chances to grab the winner - not long to go!

  20. CLOSE!

    West Brom 1-0 Reading

    Callum Robinson nearly doubled West Brom's lead but is denied by Luke Southwood in the Reading goal. If it stays like this, it'll be West Brom's first back-to-back victory since September remarkably. Reading, by the way, have yet to register a shot on target.