Got a TV Licence?

You need one to watch live TV on any channel or device, and BBC programmes on iPlayer. It’s the law.

Find out more
I don’t have a TV Licence.

Live Reporting

By Richard Winton, Mandeep Sanghera and Emlyn Begley

All times stated are UK

Get involved

  1. Post update

    That's all from me but Luke Reddy is bringing you that little extra bit of quality expected in the Premier League as he guides you through Manchester City's trip to Crystal Palace.

  2. Today in the Football League...

    So let's take a final waltz through today's headlines...

    • Malky Mackay has been sacked by Wigan after 138 days in charge following the 2-0 home defeat by Derby County
    • Blackpool's relegation has been confirmed after Rotherham beat Brighton
    • Bournemouth stay top of the Championship after coming from 2-0 down to beat Birmingham 4-2
    • Norwich go second and Wolves replace Brentford in the play-off places
    • Preston move within five points of Bristol City at the top of League One
    • Burton match Shrewsbury's win to stay a point clear in League Two
  3. BLACKPOOL RELEGATED

    Lee Clark

    Blackpool manager Lee Clark has spoken about the club's relegation to League One and says their demise 'hurts'.

    The Seasiders boss tells the club's website: "We've got to do better moving forward and give the fans something to smile about again. All that has gone wrong this season has to be used in a way that ensures that it never happens again."

  4. MANAGER REACTION

    Wolves 4-3 Leeds

    Wolves manager Kenny Jackett: "We can sense something happening and we just need to focus on getting our game right. If we keep improving and show a hunger to play good football, the crowd will follow us.

    "We feel that we've got a lot of goals in our team and it's tight between all of the sides. We're just pleased to be in and around it but we need to concentrate and finish the season off strongly."

  5. Wolves 4-3 Leeds

    Wolves celebrate

    Kenny Jackett's side are now right in the promotion mix after a six-game unbeaten run and four consecutive victories over Sheffield Wednesday, Derby, Nottingham Forest and now Leeds.

    They have not lost since 3 March, when they were bested at leaders Bournemouth, and remaining unbeaten at home for the thick end of two months.

  6. Technical gremlins

    Wolves 4-3 Leeds

    Snip

    A few of you have mentioned that Leeds' third goal didn't appear in the commentary. Very strange, especially as it showed up in our own feed. Rest assured that the IT person responsible is currently clearing their desk and won't be back...

  7. PLAYER REACTION

    Wolves 4-3 Leeds

    Wolves midfielder and goalscorer Dave Edwards: "I really think we're in with a shout of promotion. At 3-1, I was relishing coming on and hoping to get a goal but we gave away two really poor goals, which is unlike us. But the goals we've got in the team should put us in good stead."

    Wolves forward and goalscorer Nouha Dicko: "We have five more games and we believe in ourselves and think we can do well. We showed some quality today going forward and we are really looking forward to these five games."

  8. WIGAN SACK MALKY MACKAY

    Maddy Raman: Decisive indecision from Wigan. Hire Mackay, back Mackay, sack Mackay.

  9. FULL-TIME

    Wolves 4-3 Leeds

    Breathless stuff, that, but it is all over. The upshot is that Wolves move into the play-off places - sixth spot, to be exact - and are just five points off the automatic promotion places and six from the summit with five games remaining.

  10. Wolves 4-3 Leeds

    We're deep into stoppage time and Leeds are pressing. Can Wolves hold on?

  11. (EX-) MANAGER REACTION

    Wigan 0-2 Derby

    Wigan boss Malky Mackay spoke to the media after the defeat, but before he was sacked: "I thought we were terrific in the first half. We got 17 crosses into the box, and when you have that domination, that should bring you a return of at least two goals.

    "If that's the case, in the second half all you're talking about is game management, and seeing the game out. For all that good play, we go in 0-0 at half-time, and we know Derby will make a change because they have to.

    "I thought we showed courage and we kept going, and we had four chances in their six-yard box. To not take one of them is criminal as far as we're concerned."

  12. GOAL

    Wolves 4-3 Leeds - Dave Edwards

    That. Is. Some. Header.

    Dave Edwards leaps like a salmon, cranes his neck and whips his head through the ball to crash Kevin McDonald's delightful delivery past a helpless Silvestri.

  13. Wolves 3-3 Leeds

    Wolves need a goal if they are to usurp Brentford in the play-off places and they've got five minutes plus stoppage time to find one..

  14. GREAT SAVE!

    Marco Silvestri bravely dives out at the feet of Benik Afobe to gather Bakary Sako's tempting low cross. Magnificently adhesive hands by the Italian.

  15. BLACKPOOL RELEGATED

    Adam Dawes: I don't have enough fingers to point the blame at the people responsible for Blackpool's season.

    Evan: Not so long ago we were doing the double over Liverpool. Now we've suffered two quick relegations.

    Tom Hana: Who's to blame? First off poor chairman who ruined club. Next reason, two words...Lee Clark!

  16. SUBSTITUTION

    Wolves 3-3 Leeds

    Leeds' Billy Sharp checks his hair is sculped, clears his nostrils and gambols onto the pitch in place of Mirco Antenucci for the final eight minutes.

  17. CLOSE!

    Wolves 3-3 Leeds

    Crucial intervention by Gaetano Berardi, hurling himself in front of Rajiv van La Parra's strike with the Wolves substitute seemingly poised to score.

  18. SUBSTITUTION

    Wolves make another alteration as they search for a winner, James Henry going off to be replaced by Rajiv van La Parra.

  19. WIGAN SACK MALKY MACKAY

    Mackay was a controversial appointment by Wigan in November and, since then, the team have earned just 19 points from a possible 72. The Scot's tenure ends without him recording a home win.

  20. WIGAN SACK MALKY MACKAY

    MALKY MACKAY

    Wigan Athletic have sacked manager Malky Mackay after their 2-0 defeat by Derby County today, which leaves them 23rd in the Championship, eight points from safety.

    Wigan chairman David Sharpe said: "This is a very difficult decision to make but I feel that for the long term future of the club, there needs to be a change now. I wish Malky all the best for the future."

  21. GOAL

    Wolves 3-3 Leeds - Alex Mowatt

    Oooft, that's magnificent by Alex Mowatt. A slack Wolves are robbed of possession in their own half and the Leeds midfielder strides forward before arcing a splendid strike away from the grasp of Ikeme.

  22. SUBSTITUTION

    Change for Wolves as the scorer of their opening two goals, Nouha Dicko, is replaced by Dave Edwards.

  23. GOAL

    Wolves 3-2 Leeds - Danny Batth og

    Oh, that's unpleasant. Alex Mowatt flights a hopeful ball into the Wolves penalty area and, as Carl Ikeme shapes his arms to gather, Danny Batth waves a leg at the ball and diverts it past his horrified goalkeeper. And this is a defence that has kept 17 clean sheets in 40 games.

  24. MANAGER REACTION

    Brentford 2-2 Nottingham Forest

    Jota goal

    Nottingham Forest boss Dougie Freedman: "It's a strange feeling because I thought we were the better side and created the better chances. So I am happy because we looked very comfortable but disappointed at how naive we were at the end.

    "We should have been more professional in seeing the game out but our mentality wasn't right and that is something at the club which I will be changing in the summer."

  25. Wolves 3-1 Leeds

    One Leeds player has just picked out Billy Sharp with a fine pass. Sharp is a substitute and is warming up on the touchline. Safe to say the visitors have been poor in the second half.

    Name omitted to protect the guilty party

  26. MANAGER REACTION

    Brentford 2-2 Nottingham Forest

    Brentford manager Mark Warburton: "I was disappointed with the two goals we conceded but pleased with the character we showed to dig ourselves out of a hole. The fact that we never give up is testament to our attitude and fitness.

    "With that kind of character, and when we do what we do well, we are a match for anyone. The players know the best people in all walks of life are the ones that thrive under pressure and today we showed that's what we do."

  27. YELLOW CARD

    Wolves 3-1 Leeds

    Sol Bamba loves a tackle, doesn't he? The Leeds centre-back has just cemented Nouha Dicko to earn a booking. A less lenient referee might have considered waving a different colour card.

  28. MANAGER REACTION

    Rotherham 1-0 Brighton

    Brighton manager Chris Hughton

    Brighton manager Chris Hughton: "I can't say we deserved to get anything out of the game because of our first-half performance.

    "We need to start better in games and we have got to be more productive in that final third otherwise we will put pressure on ourselves. Our work in that final third has got to be more productive."

  29. CLOSE!

    Wolves 3-1 Leeds

    Benik Afobe should score his second but scuffs a very presentable chance narrowly wide after Nouha Dicko barrels down the right and picks him out with an adroit cutback.

  30. MANAGER REACTION

    Cardiff City 0-3 Bolton Wanderers

    Bolton manager Neil Lennon on strike duo Eidur Gudjohnsen and Emile Heskey: "You never lose the ability even if the legs start to go. But if you have got legs around them then it's OK.

    "It's a great example to a lot of players in the Championship. There were a few eyebrows raised and a few sniggers behind our backs when we brought these two in, but people aren't laughing now."

  31. GOAL

    Wolves 3-1 Leeds - Benik Afobe

    It might have been scruffy, but that doesn't matter as Benik Afobe prods his 29th goal of the season past Marco Silvestri after Leeds fail to clear. That's the former Arsenal striker's fifth in seven games.

  32. Wolves 2-1 Leeds

    We're back under way at Molineux...

  33. MANAGER REACTION

    Watford 2-0 Middlesbrough

    Middlesbrough boss Aitor Karanka: "It's frustrating because we played against a team which, without a lot of chances, scored two goals and that's the difference when you have three strikers who have scored more than 50 goals in a season.

    "We knew it was going to be a difficult game but after this game I told the players we are having a miracle. To play against teams like Watford, Bournemouth, who have been working with the same manager for four or five years, against Norwich players who were Premier League last season, we are doing amazing."

  34. MANAGER REACTION

    Watford 2-0 Middlesbrough

    Slavisa Jokanovic

    Watford boss Slavisa Jokanovic: "It's a good result for us. We stopped Middlesbrough and we found the space to start to play the football we strive for. We attacked very well and we defended very well and in my opinion we made one completely good game.

    "We played tactically very good football. We interpreted our situation very well, when to defend all together and when to choose the moment to attack, and how we're going to attack. I must be happy because my players understand what we expect."

  35. Join the debate at #bbcfootball

    Wolves 2-1 Leeds

    Andrew in Richhill: Don't count Wolves out of the automatic promotion picture just yet, but a win this evening is an absolute must if it's to happen.

    James Rossiter: Good game this for the neutral, expect a few goals with Wolves to win 3-2.

  36. Manager reaction

    Bournemouth 4-2 Birmingham

    Birmingham manager Gary Rowett: "At 2-0 after 35 minutes it was some of the best attacking play we've had since I've been here. We caused one of the best attacking sides in the league plenty of problems. But we've got to be stronger mentally and see the half out, rather than coming in at 2-2."

  37. BLACKPOOL RELEGATED

    Degan Howard: I can't begin to tell the world what has gone wrong in 140 characters at Blackpool FC.

    Andy Mc: What's gone wrong at Blackpool? Simple, Karl Oyston.

    Finn: What's happened to us at Blackpool is purely down to an awful owner with no respect for the club.

  38. HALF-TIME

    Wolves 2-1 Leeds

    Well, Wolves head inside for an orange segment in the lead but only after a fractious first half. Nouha Dicko's brace has Kenny Jackett's side on course for a victory that would move them into the play-off places.

  39. GOAL

    Wolves 2-1 Leeds - Nouha Dicko

    Wolves go ahead thanks to Nouha Dicko's second of the game and 12th of the campaign. The forward timed his run beautifully to elude the Leeds back four and, while most players would have taken the ball on into the box, Dicko screamed an early shot low past the bewildered Marco Silvestri.

  40. CLOSE!

    Wolves 1-1 Leeds

    That's more like it by Wolves. A lovely interchange between Benik Afobe and Kevin McDonald at the edge of the area gives Bakary Sako a sight of goal, but the hulking Sol Bamba hurls himself at the shot and the ball loops over the crossbar.

  41. Wolves 1-1 Leeds

    Well, that's unedifying. Leeds goalkeeper Marco Silvestri has just biffed the ball from hand the length of the pitch and out for a Wolves goal kick.

  42. YELLOW CARD

    Wolves 1-1 Leeds

    They're still knocking lumps out of each other at Molineux and both Scott Golbourne and Danny Batth of Wolves have been booked for being just a little too over-zealous.

  43. Wolves 1-1 Leeds

    Much more of this and the ball will be black and blue. Both sides are scudding it back and forward without either maintaining any meaningful possession. It's bruising stuff consisting of 22 big boys knocking lumps out of each other.

  44. BLACKPOOL RELEGATED

    Lots of thoughts from you about what's gone wrong at Blackpool.

    Freddy Harper-Davis: Karl Oyston as well as a useless pitch, useless players, no spirit and no function, like Plymouth in many ways.

    Paul: Well it was the chairman's fault.

    Simon P Jones: First team in all four divisions to be relegated. Karl "judge me at end of season" Oyston you have been judged and found wanting.

  45. CLOSE!

    Wolves 1-1 Leeds

    This time it really was close, Silvestri thrusting up an arm to push away an instinctive effort by Henry after great work by Dominic Iorfa down the right.

  46. CLOSE!

    Wolves 1-1 Leeds

    Well, not that close, actually, as Leeds goalkeeper Marco Silvestri flops on top of James Henry's powderpuff shot.

  47. BLACKPOOL RELEGATED

    A Blackpool fan

    What's gone wrong at Bloomfield Road?

    Andrew Gillibrand: Blackpool were as good as relegated in August, pity we had to endure 41 games, 51 players, two managers, one chairman to confirm it.

    Brian Sharratt: Nice to see the Oyston's investment strategy paying off. I used to be a regular at Bloomfield Road. Not any more.

    Aidan Williams: Let's be honest: What went wrong at Blackpool? Everything.

  48. YELLOW CARD

    Wolves 1-1 Leeds

    Mid-table Leeds might have lost the advantage but they are not playing like they have nothing at stake. First Sam Byram is booked for clattering Kevin McDonald, then debutant Kalvin Phillips is fortunate not to suffer a similar fate after tearing the Scottish midfielder's sock with an even more robust challenge. The youngster took ball and man.

  49. Manager reaction

    Bournemouth 4-2 Birmingham

    Eddie Howe

    Bournemouth manager Eddie Howe: "Credit to Birmingham as they made it difficult for us. They're a tough team to beat, nothing we didn't expect but the key thing was that we stayed in the game, kept fighting and got those crucial goals before half-time. The crowd stayed with us, and our mental strength was key. We know we can beat anyone when we're at full pelt, and hopefully we can learn from this experience."

  50. GOAL

    Wolves 1-1 Leeds - Nouha Dicko

    Benik Afobe makes great progress on the right-hand side of the box and, although his low shot is skidding wide, Nouha Dicko is alert enough to ram the loose ball into the net from a tight angle.

  51. CLOSE!

    Wolves 0-1 Leeds

    Bakary Sako misses a splendid opportunity, slashing straight at Marco Silvestri after finding himself free at the back post. Might that prove costly?

  52. GOAL

    Wolves 0-1 Leeds - Charlie Taylor

    Oh dear. Kevin McDonald dwells in possession near his own corner flag and attempts to fizz the ball clear across his own area. However, his pass strikes Richard Stearman and falls for Charlie Taylor to slip past Carl Ikeme.

  53. Wolves 0-0 Leeds

    Wolves earn a free kick in a promising position after Scott Wootton rattles through Nouha Dicko. The Leeds defender is shown a yellow card but Dicko heads over James Henry's tempting delivery.

  54. BLACKPOOL RELEGATED

    Karl Oyston

    Ryan Houghton: I feel for Blackpool fans, prime example of owners ruining a club. Patient investor needed.

    Gary Marston: What went wrong at Blackpool? Putting their faith in a makeshift manager who hadn't won in 28 attempts at home for Birmingham.

    Chris Pohl: Karl Oyston needs to sell up before we drop down to League 2 and so on!

  55. Wolves 0-0 Leeds

    The first attempt of the game is from the hosts, who have started in a lively fashion. Nouha Dicko bursts into a pocket of space but drags a tame shot wide of the target from 22 yards.

  56. KICK-OFF

    Wolves 0-0 Leeds

    We're under way at Molineux, with a raucous crowd in fine voice and the sun splitting the sky. Lovely.

  57. Wolves v Leeds (17:15 BST)

    Before the game begins, the crowd pay tribute to Martyn Matthews, a Wolves season-ticket holder who was on board the Germanwings flight that crashed over the Alps last month. Wreaths are laid and applause rings rounds Molineux.

  58. Wolves v Leeds (17:15 BST)

    Wolves manager Kenny Jackett names the same XI that beat Nottingham Forest 2-1 on Friday.

    But Leeds counterpart Neil Redfearn makes three changes as 19-year-old debutant Kalvin Phillips, Liam Cooper and Mirco Antenucci replace Giuseppe Bellusci, Steve Morison and the suspended Rudi Austin.

    Wolves XI: Ikeme, Iorfa, Batth, Stearman, Golbourne, Henry, McDonald, Price, Sako, Afobe, Dicko

    Leeds XI: Silvestri, Wootton, Bamba, Cooper, Berardi, Murphy, Phillips, Mowatt, Taylor, Byram, Antenucci.

  59. Wolves v Leeds (17:15 BST)

    Neil Redfearn

    As for Leeds, the final six games of the season are about little more than fulfilling their obligations. The play-offs haven't been a consideration for some time, while they have enough of a cushion not to worry about slipping out of the division.

    But let it never be said that things are dull at Elland Road. Last week, irate head coach Neil Redfearn suggested the club may need to look for their fourth boss of the campaign as he considered his position following the suspension of his assistant Steve Thompson.

    His crime? Owner Massimo Cellino claims he "called our sporting director Nicola Salerno an offensive name in front of other people after the game at Fulham".

  60. League Two

    Neither of the top two made a decisive move, with Burton matching Shrewsbury's win from earlier in the day. The victory for the league leaders, though, may well have ended Wycombe's title hopes but their chances of automatic promotion remain good after Bury's defeat against Morecambe.

    There was no real change in the relegation scrap either, with each of the bottom four losing.

  61. BLACKPOOL RELEGATED

    Tim Arstall: Sorry to see Blackpool go, especially as a Birmingham fan with Lee Clark. He's a great fighter, but no tactical genius.

    Danny Rosamond: Disagree that Blackpool were a decent Premier League outfit, they were relegated after one season after all.

    Ben Watson: Never mind asking what's gone wrong at Blackpool? What went right is the question you should be asking... Well, you wouldn't get a response I'm afraid.

  62. Wolves v Leeds (17:15 BST)

    Kenny Jackett

    Could Wolves steal up the outside and clinch consecutive promotions after successive relegations in 2012 and 2013? Manager Kenny Jackett thinks so…

    "Are Wolves capable of getting into the Premier League and sustaining it? In my opinion, yes."

    Not much room for doubt there, then.

  63. The race for the Premier League

    Bournemouth's comeback from 2-0 down to win 4-2 at Birmingham means they are now top but there are just two points separating the top four. Promotion hopefuls Norwich, Watford and Derby were also winners, while Middlesbrough lost and Brentford drew. It's now time to hand over to Richard Winton, who will see you through the action between Wolves and Leeds.

    Championship table
  64. Wolves v Leeds (17:15)

    How do you think the Wolves players have spent the past couple of hours? Have they been keeping an eye on the scores elsewhere and monitoring the ever-shifting Championship landscape or has it been a case of putting fingers in their ears and chanting 'lah, lah, lah'?

    Either way, this afternoon's results means that a victory over Leeds this evening will not only propel them into the play-off places but will also leave them poised within five points of the automatic promotion places with six games remaining. Glory beckons.

  65. BLACKPOOL RELEGATED

    Rotherham 1-0 Brighton

    BBC Radio 5 live's Alistair Yeomans: "Great relief around the New York Stadium for the home fans. Rotherham seven points clear of the relegation zone for now.

    "Feel for Blackpool though. They have finally been put out of their misery after an awful season."

  66. Championship results

    Phew. That's all the 15:00 BST Championship games over and here are the results in the division so far today:

    Watford 2-0 Middlesbrough

    Bournemouth 4-2 Birmingham

    Brentford 2-2 Nottm Forest

    Cardiff 0-3 Bolton

    Huddersfield 2-1 Ipswich

    Norwich 2-0 Sheff Wed

    Rotherham 1-0 Brighton

    Wigan 0-2 Derby

  67. Post update

    Bournemouth 4-2 Birmingham

    BBC Sport's Mark Mitchener at the Goldsands Stadium: "A happy Easter Monday for Bournemouth, who kept Birmingham pinned down right to the final whistle, with Harry Arter rattling the post with a trademark left-foot rocket from distance, while substitute Kenwyne Jones is denied a second headed goal in two sub appearances as Blues keeper Darren Randolph keeps the score down to four.

    "Eddie Howe's side will take a one-point lead into the final five games of the season. Birmingham will hit the Bank Holiday traffic returning from the seaside, wondering what could have been after they led 2-0."

  68. BLACKPOOL RELEGATED

    Dean Blackhurst: Sad day for Blackpool. A day manufactured by the club owners. A disgrace.

    L Higgins: What's gone wrong at Blackpool? Well a Chairman that has lost the faith of fans and potentially players. Recipe for failure.

    James McDowell: You want to know what's gone wrong at Blackpool without our breaking any libel laws? Ok, let me try...sorry, can't do it.

    Join the debate on Twitter, using #bbcfootball

  69. BLACKPOOL RELEGATED

    Blackpool relegated
  70. BLACKPOOL RELEGATED

    Rotherham 1-0 Brighton

    Rotherham's win at Brighton now means that Blackpool, who have 24 points from 40 games so far this season, are relegated and will drop down to League One.

  71. GOAL

    Brentford 2-2 Nottingham Forest - Jota (90+5 mins)

    A huge goal in the promotion race. Tommy Smith crosses and Jota heads home to level for Brentford.

  72. Post update

    Brentford 1-2 Nottingham Forest

    Brentford have a chance to equalise, proper drama but Tommy Smith's header is deflected wide for a corner.

  73. Post update

    Wigan 0-2 Derby

    If relegation-bound Wigan are looking for causes for their predicament this season they only need to look at their home form. After the game against Derby, they won't have won in 18 games at the DW Stadium since last August.

  74. Post update

    Brentford 1-2 Nottingham Forest

    It's non-stop Brentford pressure now. Seconds left. Andre Gray has a shot blocked. Forest keeping the ball in the corner now.

  75. Join the debate at #bbcfootball

    Malky Mackay

    Joe Owen: Malky Mackay is the worst thing ever to happen to Wigan.

    No-nonsense Joe Owen.

  76. Post update

    Wigan 0-2 Derby

    The speakers have gone haywire at the DW Stadium. A bit like Wigan's season.

  77. Post update

    Brentford 1-2 Nottingham Forest

    Brentford putting plenty of pressure on Nottingham Forest now with three minutes left. This is their fourth consecutive corner...

    But it's cleared.

  78. Post update

    Norwich City 2-0 Sheffield Wednesday

    Sheffield Wednesday will have to play the rest of the game with 10 men as Claude Dielna goes off injured with the Owls having already made their three substitutions.

  79. Post update

    League One

    Chris Humphrey makes it 3-0 to Preston against Bradford and that, surely, is that.

    Fleetwood are running riot against Yeovil and Ashley Hunter has made it 4-0 to the Cod Army.

    Colchester have turned the match on its head against Barnsley and now lead 2-1 thanks to Jacob Murphy.

    Josh Wright has scored for Leyton Orient to make it 3-3 in what sounds like a cracking tussle with Gillingham.

    Goals flying in everywhere (except for Peterborough v Walsall and Rochdale v Port Vale).

  80. Post update

    Wigan 0-2 Derby

    Former Wigan and Derby winger Kevin Kilbane

    BBC Radio 5 live

    "It's going to take something spectacular for Wigan to get out of the bottom three. They have five games left after this and, if Rotherham win, which they are doing, they will be eight points from safety."

  81. Calling all Blackpool fans

    Blackpool are a few minutes away from being relegated, not too long after they were a decent Premier League team. What's gone wrong, Tangerines fans? Without breaking any libel laws. Join the debate at #bbcfootball

  82. League Two

    Oooft, another twist in the scrap to avoid relegation as Luton take the lead at Tranmere - a goal that means Hartlepool are now back out of the bottom two.

  83. Post update

    Wigan 0-2 Derby

    Former Wigan and Derby winger Kevin Kilbane

    BBC Radio 5 live

    "That was a real mess of a goal from Wigan's point of view. Jason Pearce made a mess of a clearance and it fell for Darren Bent. It's no more than Derby deserve this half. They have been totally dominant since the introduction of Chris Martin."

  84. Post update

    Bournemouth 4-2 Birmingham

    Eddie Howe

    BBC Sport's Mark Mitchener at the Goldsands Stadium: "It's raining goals in an entertaining game at sunny Bournemouth, who have gone from 2-0 down to 4-2 up. Substitute Adam Smith has an effort blocked, only for left-back Charlie Daniels to smash a shot in, with the aid of the woodwork, from just outside the box. And it's not Blues skipper Paul Robinson's day - having conceded a penalty earlier, he's now been shown a straight red card for bringing down Callum Wilson as he bore down on goal."

  85. GOAL

    Brentford 1-2 Nottingham Forest - Andre Gray (80 mins)

    Oh hello. Brentford are back in this. Andre Gray takes the ball with his back to goal, holds off Kelvin Wilson and fires home past Karl Darlow from 16 yards.

  86. RED CARD

    Bournemouth 4-2 Birmingham

    Birmingham are down to 10 men after Paul Robinson was sent off for a professional foul. I think we can say this one is done and dusted.

  87. GOAL

    Wigan 0-2 Derby - Darren Bent

    Johnny Russell puts in a dangerous cross which is missed by Derby striker Chris Martin but Darren Bent is on hand to score from close range.

    That is the cue for an angry Wigan fan to try to get to boss Malky Mackay's technical area, while other Latics fans start leaving the DW Stadium.

  88. Join the debate at #bbcfootball

    Brentford 0-2 Nottingham Forest

    Thomas Whelan: Walker Jnr has now equalled his dad's scoring record for Nottingham Forest. Legend in the making.

    Des Walker scored one goal during his long Forest career. His 18-year-old son Tyler Walker put Forest ahead at Brentford.

  89. GOAL

    Brentford 0-2 Nottingham Forest - Todd Kane (77 mins)

    Nottingham Forest manager Dougie Freedman - substitution legend. Tyler Walker came off the bench to give them the lead and now Todd Kane, who just replaced Walker, makes it 2-0 from close range into an empty net.

  90. Post update

    Wigan 0-1 Derby

    Derby County midfielder Will Hughes picks up his 10th booking of the season and will now miss his side's next two games against Brentford and Blackpool.

  91. Post update

    Wigan 0-1 Derby

    Former Wigan and Derby winger Kevin Kilbane

    BBC Radio 5 live

    "For all Derby's dominance in this half they haven't got a second goal. Wigan are still in the game. They need to get the ball to Leon Clarke, he's their biggest threat in the air."

  92. League Two

    Big, big goal for Burton as Adam McGurk puts them ahead of Wycombe. Should they retain that lead, they would return to the summit by a point.

    Another potentially pivotal strike has come at Hartlepool, where Southend have taken the lead. That, combined with the fact Tranmere are goalless with Luton, would mean that the Wirral side would haul themselves out of the bottom two.

  93. Post update

    League One

    Barnsley have been pegged back by Colchester, with Gavin Massey making it 1-1.

    Darius Henderson has pulled a goal back for Leyton Orient, who now trail Gillingham 3-2.

    Otherwise, it's as you were.

  94. Post update

    Rotherham 1-0 Brighton

    Matt Derbyshire has wasted a wonderful opportunity to double Rotherham's lead on the break, unable to find a way past goalkeeper David Stockdale when clean through.

    Into the final 20 minutes and, as things stand, Blackpool are going down.

  95. GOAL

    Bournemouth 4-2 Birmingham - Charlie Daniels (74 mins)

    Charlie Daniels celebrates

    Bournemouth trailed 2-0, well they're going to the top of the Championship now as Charlie Daniels fires home via the crossbar from the edge of the box.

  96. SUBSTITUTION

    Brentford 0-1 Nottingham Forest

    Usually it's a snub for a substitute to be subbed, although in this case I think he's still be happy enough. Nottingham Forest bring off Tyler Walker - who came on the first half and scored 15 minutes ago - for defender Todd Kane.

  97. Post update

    Wigan 0-1 Derby

    Can striker Martyn Waghorn rescue something for Wigan? We'll find out as he comes on for Leon Clarke with about 15 minutes left. As it stands, the Latics are eight points from safety with relegation looming.

  98. GOAL

    Cardiff 0-3 Bolton - Craig Davies (73 mins)

    Craig Davies celebrates

    Craig Davies is getting a load of joy on the left wing and he scores his second from the same position, firing home to kill this game off.

  99. Post update

    Cardiff 0-2 Bolton

    Aron Gunnarsson reacts

    Emile Heskey has provided two assists in an English league game for the first time since August 2002 (Liverpool v Southampton).

    Meanwhile, BBC 5 live's Hamish Marshall tells us Cardiff have not beaten Bolton in the league since 1989.

  100. YELLOW CARD

    Norwich City 2-0 Sheffield Wednesday

    Norwich are looking on the way to a comfortable victory today and, despite Bradley Johnson's two goals, he does blemish his copybook with a booking for coming on to the pitch without the referee's permission after receiving treatment. Naughty.

    Norwich
  101. Post update

    Rotherham 1-0 Brighton

    BBC Radio 5 live's Alastair Yeomans: "Home fans are tense. Brighton pushing hard for an equaliser."

  102. Post update

    Wigan 0-1 Derby

    Former Wigan and Derby winger Kevin Kilbane

    BBC Radio 5 live

    "Big chance for James McClean. He should be scoring from there. If he heads it into the ground then he scores but he headed straight at Lee Grant. Two big chances for Wigan in this game - both falling to McClean."

  103. Post update

    Wigan 0-1 Derby

    Wigan can't buy a goal today. James McClean has another great chance but his header is smothered by Rams keeper Lee Grant.

  104. Post update

    Brentford 0-1 Nottingham Forest

    As things stand Brentford will drop down to sixth. Alex Pritchard, on loan from Tottenham, tries to change that with a curling effort from outside the box but it's off target.

  105. Join the debate at #bbcfootball

    Mike Hutchinson: Bournemouth play a great passing game. They'd be a breath of fresh seaside air, and where would Premier League fans rather go for the weekend?

  106. Post update

    Wigan 0-1 Derby

    Talk about a game of two halves. Derby County were under the cosh in the first half but have been a different side since the break as they are now on top against Wigan. Thomas Ince scoops a shot over as the Rams go close to adding to their lead.

  107. Join the debate at #bbcfootball

    Michael Griffin: Sad that Blackpool are getting relegated as it stands, I can remember where I was when they were top of the Premier League!

    The Seasiders, who are not in action, will be relegated from the Championship if Rotherham win. The Millers currently lead Brighton 1-0.

  108. Post update

    Cardiff 0-2 Bolton

    Eidur Gudjohnsen celebrates

    BBC Radio 5 live's Hamish Marshall: "Two goals in four minutes for Bolton. It was an excellent run and finish from Craig Davies on the right hand side.

    "Their first was against the run of play. The combined age of the two players involved is 73. Emile Heskey chested down and Eidur Gudjohnsen volleyed home from 15 yards out ."

  109. SUBSTITUTION

    Wigan 0-1 Derby

    Wigan boss Malky Mackay brings on midfielder Chris McCann for Emmerson Boyce as his side chase the game.

  110. Post update

    Wigan 0-1 Derby

    Former Wigan and Derby winger Kevin Kilbane

    BBC Radio 5 live

    "Derby are playing with more freedom. Their front players are all expressing themselves and it's looking ominous for Wigan. They are just not in the game because of the tempo Derby are playing at and the addition of Chris Martin which has given Derby more options up front."

  111. GOAL

    Brentford 0-1 Nottingham Forest - Tyler Walker (61 mins)

    It's a first professional goal for Des Walker's (below) 18-year-old son, Tyler Walker. He takes a long ball in his stride, switches one way and then the other and slams home. Great goal!

    Des Walker
  112. Post update

    Rotherham 1-0 Brighton

    After a fairly drab first half, Rotherham have been living dangerously since the break. Brighton midfielder Baram Kayal found himself through on goal after an error from Kirk Broadfoot, but he couldn't find a way past goalkeeper Emiliano Martinez.

  113. Post update

    League One

    Preston are tightening their grip on the second automatic promotion place and denting Bradford's play-off hopes in the process. It's now 2-0 thanks to Daniel Johnson and Bradford, who are down to 10 men, have it all to do.

    Elsewhere, Cody McDonald has put Gillingham 3-1 up at Leyton Orient from the penalty spot.

  114. GOAL

    Cardiff 0-2 Bolton - Craig Davies (59 mins)

    That's game over now as Craig Davies bursts forward to slam home from a wide angle.

  115. Text us on 81111

    Bournemouth 3-2 Birmingham

    Patrick in Eastbourne: I would love to see Bournemouth get automatic promotion into the Premier League. Of all the teams in the running they are the ones most deserved. They have achieved the highest position this season in the history of the club and deserve the recognition.

  116. League Two

    Burton 0-0 Wycombe

    BBC Radio Oxford's Robyn Cowen: The second half is under way at Pirelli Stadium, where there have been chances for both sides. Wycombe will feel aggrieved that Burton still have 11 men after goalkeeper Jon McLaughlin was shown only a yellow card for handling outside the area. Manager Gareth Ainsworth is not best pleased...

  117. Post update

    Wigan 0-1 Derby

    Keeper Lee Grant saves Derby again in a pulsating game at the DW Stadium. Kim Bo-kyung attempts to cross for Leon Clarke but Grant intercepts to clear.

  118. GOAL

    Cardiff 0-1 Bolton - Eidur Gudjohnsen (55 mins)

    Eidur Gudjohnsen celebrates

    The greatest Icelandic player of all time, Eidur Gudjohnsen, puts Bolton ahead at Cardiff in the game with the least riding on it today.

    That's his third goal in three games for club and country. He also had a fourth child last week. Busy times for the 36-year-old.

  119. Post update

    Cardiff 0-0 Bolton

    Cardiff City fan

    Cardiff fans - never happy. And even less so now...

  120. Post update

    Norwich City 2-0 Sheffield Wednesday

    Bradley Johnson appears like a man possessed today. He's going for a hat-trick and drills a low and powerful free-kick straight at keeper Keiren Westwood.

    Bradley Johnson
  121. Post update

    Bournemouth 3-2 Birmingham

    It's all Bournemouth now and Harry Arter finds space 18 yards out but his shot is held by Darren Randolph.

  122. SUBSTITUTION

    Rotherham 1-0 Brighton

    Leon Best is on for Chris O'Grady for Brighton who need to show more up front in the second half.

  123. Post update

    Wigan 0-1 Derby

    Former Wigan and Derby winger Kevin Kilbane

    BBC Radio 5 live

    "That is typical of a side struggling near the bottom of table. Wigan have dominated but they have been punished for not taking their chances. It was a good breakaway by Derby. Johnny Russell got himself free down the left hand side, the ball was bobbling when came to substitute Chris Martin but he finished it brilliantly. What a great introduction."

  124. Post update

    Bournemouth 3-2 Birmingham

    BBC Sport's Mark Mitchener at the Goldsands Stadium: "It's the Kermorgant and Wilson show again here. Barely two minutes into the second half, the Frenchman plays in Wilson again, and when Blues skipper Paul Robinson is adjudged to have felled Wilson near the byeline, Kermorgant makes no mistake from 12 yards with a powerful shot to the keeper's right."

  125. Post update

    League One

    Preston finally have the breakthrough against 10-man Bradford. Paul Gallagher scores from the rebound after seeing his penalty saved. As it stands, North End will move to within five points of leaders Bristol City.

  126. GOAL

    Bournemouth 3-2 Birmingham - Yann Kermorgant (48 mins)

    Yann Kermorgant scores

    Bournemouth's comeback is complete as Yann Kermorgant fires home from the penalty spot. Darren Randolph guessed the right way but couldn't reach it.

    The penalty was awarded after Paul Robinson fouled goalscorer Callum Wilson.

  127. GOAL

    Wigan 0-1 Derby - Chris Martin (51 mins)

    What a substitution. Chris Martin makes an instant impact as he drives in a cut-back from Johnny Russell to put Derby in front. That's Martin's 20th goal of the season.

  128. Post update

    Wigan 0-0 Derby

    DW Stadium

    BBC Sport's Conor McNamara: Listen to second half from the DW Stadium on BBC Radio 5 live.

  129. Post update

    Wigan 0-0 Derby

    Former Wigan and Derby winger Kevin Kilbane

    BBC Radio 5 live

    "Chris Martin has come on for Derby at the start of the second half. He will give Derby more attacking options. They were lacking in the first half so they need to do something."

  130. GOAL

    Huddersfield 2-1 Ipswich - Luke Varney (48 mins)

    Mick McCarthy will be a bit happier now - Luke Varney heads home Jay Tabb's cross and Ipswich are back in this.

  131. SUBSTITUTION

    Huddersfield 2-0 Ipswich

    Ipswich boss Mick McCarthy isn't happy with what he's seen. Teddy Bishop and Freddie Sears are on for Richard Chaplow and Chris Wood at half-time.

  132. SUBSTITUTION

    Wigan 0-0 Derby

    Derby County need an improvement in the second half and boss Steve McClaren brings on Chris Martin for Jamie Ward to help turn his side's fortunes around.

  133. Join the debate at #bbcfootball

    Pete Berry: As it stands, Blackpool are set to be the first team to be relegated this season. Sad.

    The Seasiders, who are not in action, will be relegated from the Championship if Rotherham win. The Millers are currently leading Brighton 1-0.

  134. Post update

    Norwich City 2-0 Sheffield Wednesday

    BBC Sport's Steve Wyeth at Carrow Road: Admirable commitment to all-out attack from Norwich, who lead Sheffield Wednesday 2-0. In the Premier League it'd be reckless, great to watch though.

  135. Post update

    Norwich City 2-0 Sheffield Wednesday

    Norwich midfielder Bradley Johnson has got both of Norwich's goals so far today against Sheffield Wednesday to take his tally to 13 for the season.

  136. Text us on 81111

    Who do you think will finish in the top two in the Championship and why?

    Matt: Norwich to finish top with Middlesbrough second, Derby to win play offs, they're the most consistent teams in the Championship.

    Jordan: Bournemouth for the title and Norwich for second. Fancy Wolves in the play offs.

    Let us know via text 81111 (UK users only), #bbcfootball or post on BBC Sport Facebook.

  137. Post update

    Championship table

    As things stand, Norwich - who are beating Sheffield Wednesday - lead the table on goal difference from Watford, who won earlier today.

    Bournemouth are one point back, but will go top if they beat Birmingham - and you'd fancy their chances after coming back from 2-0 down.

    Boro lost to Watford earlier so are fourth, with Derby - who are drawing with Wigan - are one point above Ipswich, who are losing to Huddersfield, and Wolves, who play Leeds at 17:15 BST.

    As things stand Blackpool are down, thanks to Rotherham leading Brighton.

  138. League Two

    As it stands, Shrewsbury will go into the final five games of the campaign top of the division, with Burton being held at home by Wycombe.

    And Bury would benefit, too, moving to within a couple of points of the automatic promotion places with a game in hand should they hold on to their 1-0 advantage over Morecambe.

    At the other end of the table it's as you were, with the bottom four all goalless at the interval in their respective games.

  139. Post update

    League One

    As it stands, Chesterfield are hanging on to their place in the play-off positions. They lead Crewe 1-0.

    Hot in pursuit are Barnsley, who are a goal to the good at Colchester and Fleetwood, who are 3-0 up and cruising against struggling Yeovil.

    At the bottom, Leyton Orient will slip into the bottom four - they trail Gillingham 2-1 at home, while Crawley will move out of the relegation places if they can hang on to their advantage over Oldham. They lead 2-0.

    Second-placed Preston are being held at Bradford, who have been reduced to 10 men.

  140. HALF-TIME

    It's half-time in our seven Championship games. An update of how the table looks now is coming up after updates from the other two divisions.

  141. Post update

    Bournemouth 2-2 Birmingham

    BBC Sport's Mark Mitchener at the Goldsands Stadium: "And just like that, Bournemouth draw level in first-half stoppage time as a slide-rule pass from strike partner Yann Kermorgant plays in top scorer Callum Wilson, who is coolness personified on the sun-drenched south coast as he slots the ball past Darren Randolph to silence Birmingham's noisy visiting contingent. Game on."

    Bournemouth 2-2 Birmingham
  142. GOAL

    Bournemouth 2-2 Birmingham - Callum Wilson (45 mins)

    Callum Wilson scores

    On the stroke of half-time, Bournemouth are level as Callum Wilson steps past keeper Darren Randolph to tap home.

  143. GOAL

    Norwich City 2-0 Sheffield Wednesday - Bradley Johnson

    An eighth corner of the game for Norwich results in a second goal for them. Graham Dorrans takes the corner and it falls for Bradley Johnson, who volleys in.

  144. Post update

    Cardiff 0-0 Bolton

    Dorian Dervitte

    BBC Radio 5 live's Hamish Marshall: "Bolton saved their best chance until a minute before the break. Eidur Gudjohnsen teed up Craig Davies inside the box but he shot feebly wide. Really should have done better."

  145. HALF-TIME

    Wigan 0-0 Derby

    Former Wigan and Derby winger Kevin Kilbane

    BBC Radio 5 live

    "Derby probably created the best opportunity of the first half with Thomas Ince down the right but Wigan have totally dominated. One positive for Derby is that they haven't conceded."

  146. Post update

    Bournemouth 1-2 Birmingham

    BBC Sport's Mark Mitchener at the Goldsands Stadium: "Bournemouth have a lifeline - with the goal credited to defender Steve Cook, minutes after he nearly gifted Birmingham a third with a mistake at the back. Matt Ritchie fired in a corner, captain Tommy Elphick went up for a header which was blocked, and in a ruck of players, Cook was credited with the final touch.

    "Birmingham had looked happy with 2-0 - with Paul Caddis and David Cotterill taking an age to retrieve the ball from a ball-boy for a throw-in with nearly an hour still to play - but home spirits have been lifted after a below-par first half from Eddie Howe's men."

  147. Join the debate at #bbcfootball

    Matthew Fowell: If the scores stay as they are, this is a perfect opportunity for Wolves to gatecrash the top six.

    Jimmy Daintith: Norwich should win title, four of the last five games are against teams in bottom half of the league, Middlesborough only team not.

    Stuart Gilbey: Worrying times for Carlisle - 1-0 down at Accrington. Where's Jimmy Glass?

  148. Post update

    Brentford 0-0 Nottingham Forest

    And the first thing Tyler Walker does is miss a sitter, Michail Antonio does all the hard work and squares it to Walker who turns wide with the goal gaping from six yards.

  149. SUBSTITUTION

    Brentford 0-0 Nottingham Forest

    Des Walker's son, Tyler, comes on for his fourth Championship substitute appearance. The 18-year-old Nottingham Forest forward replaces the injured Chuba Akpom.

  150. Join the debate at #bbcfootball

    Norwich City 1-0 Sheffield Wednesday

    Opta: Bradley Johnson has scored 12 league goals this season, more than his previous four league campaigns combined (11).

  151. SUBSTITUTION

    Cardiff 0-0 Bolton

    The gamble of bringing back Alex Revell hasn't worked for Cardiff, he has gone off after 38 minutes to be replaced by Joe Mason.

  152. Post update

    Norwich City 1-0 Sheffield Wednesday

    The Canaries aren't settling on their advantage as they continue to press and Graham Dorrans has a shot which Sheffield Wednesday keeper Keiren Westwood beats away.

  153. GOAL

    Bournemouth 1-2 Birmingham - Steve Cook (39 mins)

    Steve Cook scores

    Promotion chasers Bournemouth are right back in this with the scrappiest goal you'll see, Steve Cook turning in a corner eventually after a host of players failed to convert or clear it.

  154. Post update

    Bournemouth 0-2 Birmingham

    Daily Mirror's Darren Lewis: Birmingham fans at Bournemouth: "I want to stay here, I want to stay here. Bournemouth is lovely, I want to stay here."

  155. Post update

    League One

    The push for the play-off places is positively pulsating. Fleetwood look set to move up to seventh - they're already 3-0 up against Yeovil. Jamie Proctor has added a goal to David Ball's brace.

    Chesterfield are hanging on to the last top-six berth. Tendayi Darikwa has given the Spireites the lead against Crewe.

    At the other end, a Lloyd James penalty gave Leyton Orient the lead over Gillingham but the visitors have equalised via Jermaine McGlashan.

    Crawley are 2-0 up against Oldham thanks to Richard Wood's goal.

  156. Post update

    Wigan 0-0 Derby

    Former Wigan and Derby winger Kevin Kilbane

    BBC Radio 5 live

    "Brilliant by Kim Bo-kyung who is instrumental in every Wigan attack. James McClean makes up 30 yards but Lee Grant makes a fantastic save. Derby are struggling. The longer this half is going Wigan are growing is stature. They need to make the most of these chances."

  157. GREAT SAVE!

    Wigan 0-0 Derby

    The only thing missing to Wigan's play is a goal. The home side again go close but Derby County keeper Lee Grant produces a great save to tip a James McClean header over.

  158. Post update

    Brentford 0-0 Nottingham Forest

    It's all Brentford and Nottingham Forest keeper Karl Darlow has to make another save. Moses Odubajo goes forward and feeds Andre Gray but Darlow saves his effort at the near post.

    Within 60 seconds it's another chance as Jake Bidwell fires wide from 30 yards out.

  159. GOAL

    Norwich City 1-0 Sheffield Wednesday - Bradley Johnson (33 mins)

    Norwich finally get the breakthrough their dominance has deserved. A looping ball into the Sheffield Wednesday box is headed in off the far post by Canaries midfielder Bradley Johnson with the Owls defence stood watching.

    Bradley Johnson
  160. Post update

    Wigan 0-0 Derby

    There's nothing like a fierce tackle to get the crowd behind you and Wigan defender Jason Pearce produces just that on Johnny Russell to raise the volume from the Latics faithful.

  161. Post update

    Rotherham 1-0 Brighton

    BBC Radio 5 live's Alastair Yeomans: "Matt Derbyshire's neat near post finish has graced an otherwise scrappy game so far."

  162. CLOSE!

    Cardiff 0-0 Bolton

    Cardiff so close to going in front after 25 minutes. Eoin Doyle shot from inside the six-yard box after a corner is cleared off the line by Barry Bannan.

  163. Post update

    Norwich City 0-0 Sheffield Wednesday

    Norwich's pressure has yet to turn into a goal but they again go close. Wes Hoolahan and Jonathan Howson combine to set up Steven Whittaker, who shoots over.

    Cameron Jerome
  164. GOAL

    Huddersfield 2-0 Ipswich - James Vaughan (30 mins)

    This is a big blow for Ipswich's promotion hopes as James Vaughan heads a Jacob Butterfield cross from the right into the back of the net.

  165. Post update

    Brentford 0-0 Nottingham Forest

    Nottingham Forest keeper Karl Darlow gets lucky as he slips when clearing the ball but it's out for a throw-in. And moments later he keeps his side level with a fantastic reaction save from Stuart Dallas's effort.

  166. Post update

    Wigan 0-0 Derby

    Former Wigan and Derby winger Kevin Kilbane

    BBC Radio 5 live

    "There's a coming together between Wigan's Leon Clarke and Derby's Raul Albentosa. Clarke is not happy. There's a lot of verbals. Clarke is saying it is an elbow or a punch. It's something we need to look out for because there might be afters."

  167. Post update

    Huddersfield 1-0 Ipswich

    I hope Huddersfield's Tommy Smith has a 'clearance off the line' bonus as he's saved his team for the second time today - the Championship's top scorer Daryl Murphy went past keeper Alex Smithies but Smith was in the right place again.

  168. Post update

    Wigan 0-0 Derby

    Wigan have a great chance to take the lead but, after some good build-up play, Km Bo-kyung shoots straight at keeper Lee Grant.

  169. Post update

    Bournemouth 0-2 Birmingham

    BBC Sport's Mark Mitchener at the Goldsands Stadium: "A hopeful ball over the top from Andrew Shinnie sets up Clayton Donaldson, whose lob over Artur Boruc is inch-perfect. Birmingham fans immediately break out into a chorus of 'We want eight' - referring to the Cherries' 8-0 win at St Andrew's in October.

    "And almost immediately they have a second as David Cotterill is given time to run at the home defence and pick his spot with a low shot. As a beach ball rolls onto the pitch, befitting the sweltering weather, Bournemouth need to wake up fast."

  170. Join the debate at #bbcfootball

    Who do you think will finish in the top two in the Championship and why?

    Tambuwai: Middlesbrough will finish first and Derby to finish second, they've easier remaining fixtures.

    Adam Latchford: Got to be Bournemouth for the title, Norwich in second and Ipswich to sneak in through the play-offs.

    Let us know via text 81111 (UK users only), #bbcfootball or post on BBC Sport Facebook.

    Lloyd Dyer
  171. Post update

    Wigan 0-0 Derby

    Former Wigan and Derby winger Kevin Kilbane

    BBC Radio 5 live

    "Derby are looking to soak up the pressure Wigan are applying. But Derby are such a threat on the break. They're soaking it up well and defending well. Kim Bo-kyung is a big influence for Wigan on the right hand side. If Wigan are going to win this then he is going to be a key figure."

  172. GOAL

    Bournemouth 0-2 Birmingham - David Cotterill (21 mins)

    Oh dear, it's not going well for Bournemouth. They've been hit by the old one-two - David Cotterill firing a low shot across the keeper and doubling Birmingham's lead.

  173. Post update

    Cardiff 0-0 Bolton

    BBC Radio 5 live's Hamish Marshall: "The game comes to life after a quiet opening 10 minutes. Peter Whittingham shoots just wide from the edge of the box, then Craig Noone is just off target too inside the box on the angle. Bolton have fired in a couple of crosses but no direct efforts so far."

  174. League Two

    Shrewsbury have moved top after their 1-0 victory at Mansfield, with the superior goal difference of Micky Mellon's side meaning Burton must beat Wycombe to reclaim their place at the summit. Currently, the deposed leaders are being held 0-0 at the Pirelli Stadium.

    Fourth-placed Bury, meanwhile, are keeping the teams above them honest after edging ahead of Morecambe.

    In the other early game, Exeter beat Newport 2-0 to move to within a point of their visitors in the battle for the final play-off place.

  175. Post update

    League One

    Bottom-placed Yeovil are already two goals down at Fleetwood Town. David Ball has got both for the Cod Army, who still have an eye on the play-off places.

    Crawley are out of the bottom four as things stand, with Izale Mcleod's goal giving them the edge over Oldham.

    In the big game at the top end, Bradford City and Preston are goalless but the Bantams are down to 10 men - Christopher Routis dismissed for a foul on Joe Garner when the striker was clean through.

  176. GOAL

    Bournemouth 0-1 Birmingham - Clayton Donaldson (18 mins)

    Clayton Donaldson latches onto a long ball and fires home with a first-time finish, chipping the keeper with aplomb. A shock on the cards in Dorset?

  177. Post update

    Norwich City 0-0 Sheffield Wednesday

    Sheffield Wednesday go close. Chris Maguire crosses for Caolan Lavery and he has a free header but puts it wide.

  178. Post update

    Norwich City 0-0 Sheffield Wednesday

    Cameron Jerome

    Norwich have already had four corners as they pile on the pressure, while the visitors are trying to catch their hosts out on the counter-attack.

  179. Post update

    Wigan 0-0 Derby

    Former Wigan and Derby winger Kevin Kilbane

    BBC Radio 5 live

    "Wigan have forced five or six corners in the opening 15 minutes. They are really applying the pressure."

  180. Post update

    Wigan 0-0 Derby

    Former Wigan and Derby winger Kevin Kilbane

    BBC Radio 5 live

    "Thomas Ince is playing off Darren Bent. There's a brilliant breakaway for Derby and Ince has a great chance but it's on his weaker right foot and in the end it is a poor effort."

  181. GOAL

    Huddersfield 1-0 Ipswich - Nakhi Wells (12 mins)

    Ipswich's Zeki Fryers plays a woefully bad pass which Nakhi Wells intercepts and charges forward before curling home from the edge of the area.

  182. Post update

    Brentford 0-0 Nottingham Forest

    Brentford defender James Tarkowski - moments after saving a goal - has the Bees' first chance, but his header is straight at soon-to-be Newcastle keeper Karl Darlow.

  183. GOAL

    Rotherham 1-0 Brighton - Matt Derbyshire (8 mins)

    Matt Derbyshire has bagged the first Championship goal of the afternoon - and it could be a crucial one at the bottom of the table.

    The former Blackburn striker gets across his marker to divert Jordan Bowery's cross beyond the goalkeeper and into the net.

    Remember, a Millers victory today will confirm bottom club Blackpool's relegation to League One.

  184. Post update

    Wigan 0-0 Derby

    Derby survive a scare when a Wigan corner is headed back across their goal by James Perch and, even though Richard Keogh mistimes his clearance, the ball goes over.

  185. Post update

    Brentford 0-0 Nottingham Forest

    Nottingham Forest have the first chance of the game against promotion-chasing Brentford, Michail Antonio controls a long ball forward but before he can pull the trigger James Tarkowski puts him under pressure and it's out for a goal-kick.

  186. Text us on 81111

    Buck in Exeter: Amidst all the Championship chat, a huge win for Exeter City today against rivals Newport. With games against their rivals to come, can we see a late charge to the play-offs?

    Exeter are up to 10th in League Two after a 2-0 win earlier.

  187. Post update

    Cardiff 0-0 Bolton

    Couple of chances early on in Cardiff, Bluebirds' Craig Noone forcing a save from Adam Bodgan with a volley and Bolton's Craig Davies firing wide from Emile Heskey's lay-off.

  188. Post update

    Wigan 0-0 Derby

    Derby County boss Steve McClaren is watching in the stands for the first half rather than from the dugout. So far he'll have seen Wigan make the better start rather than his Rams side.

  189. Join the debate at #bbcfootball

    Ryan Fraser runs with possession

    Edmund Emiowei: There's a lot of love for Bournemouth from us neutrals - just the sort of freshness that would be good for the Premier League.

  190. Post update

    Huddersfield 0-0 Ipswich

    Ipswich have the first chance of the day, as Jay Tabb sees his header cleared off the line by Tommy Smith.

  191. Post update

    Wigan 0-0 Derby

    Former Wigan and Derby winger Kevin Kilbane

    BBC Radio 5 live

    "The Wigan pitch is not in great condition. Four or five years ago when I was playing here we had a really bad spell with it but Dave Whelan and the board invested in it. Last season it was in excellent condition but now it has gone back to what it was five or six years ago. That actually may play into Wigan's hands."

  192. Post update

    All of our seven games are under way.

  193. Post update

    Wigan v Derby (15:00 BST)

    BBC Sport's resident Wigan fan Sean Livesey ‏on Twitter: Since #wafc last won at home I've got married, bought a house, sold a house and become a dad. Any more major life events before the next win?

  194. Turkish league suspended

    Before we get going, a bit of news from Europe...

    Turkey's Super Lig has been suspended for one week after the Fenerbahce team bus was shot at by a gunman on Saturday.

    The league leaders were travelling to Trabzon airport, following their 5-1 victory over Rizespor on Saturday, when the shooting happened.

    The driver was taken to hospital but no players were injured in the attack.

    "As Fenerbahce, we think it's unavoidable to suspend the league until this dark attack is enlightened," a club statement read yesterday.

  195. Post update

    Cardiff v Bolton (15:00 BST)

    BBC Radio 5 live's Hamish Marshall: "The home side are safe and trying to push for a top 10 finish to keep some impetus to their last six games.

    "A win would end any lingering doubts that pessimistic Bolton fans have about securing their status. Neil Lennon's early run of results, which took them away from danger, has stalled of late. They've one win in six and taken just nine points out the last possible 30.

    "Two games in 48 hours has seen changes for both sides. Six for Bolton, including starts for Emile Heskey and Eidur Gudjohnsen. Adam Le Fondre can't play for his parent club.

    "Cardiff's two changes include the return of fit-again Alex Revell who replaces Conor McAleny who scored a late equaliser on Saturday."

  196. League Two

    Burton v Wycombe (15:00 BST)

    Burton v Wycombe

    BBC Radio Oxford's Robyn Cowen: Burton players come out to rapturous applause at a sun-baked Pirelli stadium. They host title rivals Wycombe with four points separating the two sides at kick off.

  197. Post update

    Bournemouth v Birmingham (15:00 BST)

    Bournemouth v Birmingham

    BBC Sport's John Acres: Glorious in Boscombe. Updates of @afcbournemouth v @BCFC live on @bbc5live.

  198. Join the debate at #bbcfootball

    Lewis James Brown: Nothing should shock anymore, but crazy Brentford are releasing Mark Warburton - they're six points off promotion to Premier League!

  199. Team news

    Bournemouth v Birmingham (15:00 BST)

    Yann Kermorgant

    BBC Sport's Mark Mitchener at the Goldsands Stadium: "Bournemouth make one change, with Yann Kermorgant replacing Brett Pitman - the two have shared the role of support striker behind top scorer Callum Wilson all season - while Kenwyne Jones remains on the bench as 'Plan B' after his debut goal at Ipswich on Friday.

    "Birmingham recall captain Paul Robinson, Lloyd Dyer and David Davis for Rob Kiernan, Demarai Gray and Stephen Gleeson. Gray - reportedly the subject of multiple transfer bids from Bournemouth in January - warms the bench, as does ex-Cherries striker Wes Thomas."

  200. Text us on 81111

    Pete in Birmingham: As interesting as this Championship race is, does anyone believe any of these teams can last over a year in the Premiership?

  201. Line-ups

    Wigan v Derby (15:00 BST)

    Wigan: Al Habsi, Boyce, Maguire, Pearce, Bong, Kvist Jorgensen, Perch, Kim, McClean, Fortune, Clarke. Subs: Carson, McCann, Pennant, Ojo, Barnett, Murphy, Waghorn.

    Derby: Grant, Keogh, Albentosa, Forsyth, Warnock, Hughes, Hendrick, Russell, Ince, Ward, Bent. Subs: Christie, Dawkins, Martin, Lingard, Whitbread, Roos, Hanson.

    Referee: Simon Hooper (Wiltshire).

  202. Line-ups

    Rotherham v Brighton (15:00 BST)

    Rotherham: Martinez, Hunt, Rawson, Broadfoot, Lafferty, Smallwood, Arnason, Bowery, Green, Pringle, Derbyshire. Subs: Frecklington, Milsom, Newton, Collin, Ward, Hammill, Rowe.

    Brighton: Stockdale, Saltor, Halford, Dunk, Bennett, Stephens, Ince, Kayal, Carayol, O'Grady, LuaLua. Subs: Hughes, Mackail-Smith, Calderon, Teixeira, Forster-Caskey, Best, Walton.

    Referee: Kevin Wright (Cambridgeshire).

  203. Line-ups

    Norwich City v Sheffield Wednesday (15:00 BST)

    Norwich: Ruddy, Whittaker, Martin, Bassong, Olsson, Howson, Tettey, Dorrans, Johnson, Hoolahan, Jerome. Subs: Hooper, Becchio, Redmond, R Bennett, Rudd, O'Neil, Odjidja-Ofoe.

    Sheffield Wednesday: Westwood, Vermijl, Lees, Dielna, Mattock, Maguire, Lee, Melo Silva, Isgrove, McGugan, Lavery. Subs: Buxton, Hutchinson, May, Nuhiu, Zayatte, Bus, Kirkland.

    Referee: Carl Boyeson

  204. Line-ups

    Huddersfield v Ipswich (15:00 BST)

    Huddersfield: Smithies, Smith, Hudson, Lynch, Scannell, Coady, Gobern, Butterfield, James, Vaughan, Wells. Subs: Edgar, Wallace, Lolley, Duane Holmes, Carroll, Allinson, Majewski.

    Ipswich: Bialkowski, Chambers, Smith, Berra, Fryers, Chaplow, Skuse, Tabb, Murphy, Varney, Wood. Subs: Williams, Gerken, Anderson, Stephen Hunt, Sears, Bishop, Clarke.

    Referee: Tony Harrington (Cleveland)

  205. Line-ups

    Cardiff v Bolton (15:00 BST)

    Cardiff: Marshall, Da Silva, Ecuele Manga, Morrison, Malone, Noone, Whittingham, Gunnarsson, Ralls, Revell, Doyle. Subs: Peltier, Adeyemi, O'Keefe, Mason, Kennedy, Moore, Harris.

    Bolton: Bogdan, Janko, Dervite, Mills, Ream, Bannan, Vela, Walker, Gudjohnsen, Craig Davies, Heskey. Subs: Moxey, Feeney, Trotter, Danns, Rochinha, Lonergan, McCarthy.

    Referee: Keith Stroud (Hampshire)

  206. Line-ups

    Brentford v Nottingham Forest (15:00 BST)

    Brentford: Button, Odubajo, Dean, Tarkowski, Bidwell, Judge, Jota, Pritchard, Diagouraga, Dallas, Gray. Subs: Craig, McCormack, Bonham, Toral, Smith, O'Connell, Douglas.

    Nottm Forest: Darlow, Mancienne, Fox, Wilson, Lichaj, Vaughan, Christopher Burke, Lansbury, Hobbs, Antonio, Akpom. Subs: Lascelles, Kane, Paterson, Evtimov, Walker, Oliver Burke, Osborn.

    Referee: David Webb (County Durham)

  207. Line-ups

    Bournemouth v Birmingham (15:00 BST)

    Bournemouth: Boruc, Francis, Elphick, Cook, Daniels, Ritchie, Arter, Surman, Fraser, Wilson, Kermorgant. Subs: Camp, Gosling, Pitman, Smith, Stanislas, Ward, Jones.

    Birmingham: Randolph, Caddis, Morrison, Robinson, Grounds, Davis, Tesche, Cotterill, Shinnie, Dyer, Donaldson. Subs: Thomas, Novak, Kiernan, Zigic, Doyle, Brown, Gray.

    Referee: Andy Woolmer (Northamptonshire)

  208. Post update

    You ready for seven sets of Championship starting line-ups?

  209. League Two preview

    Game of the day in the fourth tier is without doubt Wycombe's visit to Burton, with a win for the visitors enough to take them to within a point of the pre-game leaders.

    Draws in Burton's past two games have ratcheted up the anxiety around the Pirelli Stadium and allowed second-place Shrewsbury to edge to within a point of the summit ahead of their trip to Mansfield today. Micky Mellon's side are currently a goal to the good at One Call Stadium, heightening the tension ahead of the 15:00 BST meeting between first and third.

    Another automatic promotion contending club, Bury, host Morecambe, while fifth-placed Southend travel to a revived Hartlepool.

    Four wins in their last five games have moved the north-east club a point above the relegation places, which are now occupied by Tranmere and Cheltenham. They host Luton and Stevenage respectively.

  210. League One preview

    Second-placed Preston can cut the gap on leaders Bristol City to five points with victory over Bradford City. The home team have their own promotion hopes and start the afternoon three points off the play-offs. The Bantams are also aiming for a hat-trick. Sort of. Fans have been asked to wear flat caps in an effort to set a world record. So far, according to the Bradford Telegraph & Argus, 530 have been sold.

    Chesterfield currently occupy the last top-six slot and they are at home against Crewe, who are looking nervously over their shoulders at the drop zone.

    It's tight down there, with six points separating 16th and 23rd. Crawley, who play Oldham and Notts County, who face Coventry, both have the chance to move out of the bottom four if results go their way.