Leyton Orient 1-3 Wolverhampton Wanderers
Wolverhampton Wanderers beat promotion-chasing Leyton Orient and then sealed the League One title thanks to MK Dons' late equaliser against Brentford.
Carl Ikeme made a number of vital saves to deny Orient after Richard Stearman's header and a Bakary Sako strike gave Wolves a two-goal lead in Monday's early kick-off.
Dean Cox pulled a goal back just after half-time, but Ikeme remained defiant.
James Henry added gloss to Wolves' win with a third goal in injury time.
Kenny Jackett's side were then crowned champions after Brentford conceded an injury-time goal at MK Dons later on Monday.
Orient were denied a penalty in the first half after goalscorer Stearman looked to have handled David Mooney's shot in the 18-yard box, prompting manager Russell Slade to speak with referee Neil Swarbrick at the interval.
They also hit the crossbar through Romain Vincelot and Shaun Batt, while a header by Chris Dagnall was ruled out for offside.
- 4VincelotBooked at 55minsSubstituted forJamesat 75'minutes
- 15N ClarkeBooked at 40mins
- 23DagnallSubstituted forBattat 66'minutes
- 10MooneySubstituted forLasimantat 83'minutes
- 19PriceBooked at 38mins
- 27JacobsSubstituted forHenryat 74'minutes
- 11McDonaldBooked at 78mins
- 40DickoSubstituted forL Clarkeat 74'minutes
- 10SakoSubstituted forEvansat 83'minutes
- 9L Clarke
- Neil Swarbrick
- Shots on Target