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Jay Freeman and Adam Williams

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  1. Post update

    So, only one winner in tonight's Championship double header as Blackburn sealed three points thanks to Luke Hyam's first-half own goal.

    Meanwhile at Molineux, Wolves' search for a first home win since the start of October continues after Dexter Blackstock's 80th-minute volley cancelled out Ethan Ebanks-Landell's first half header.

    We will have more live coverage of Saturday's early Championship game from 12:15 GMT as MK Dons host Ipswich Town.

    But for now, thank you for joining us.

  2. Post update

    FT: Wolves 1-1 Nottingham Forest

    Nottingham Forest goalscorer Dexter Blackstock told Sky Sports:

    "We've turned that corner now and got a good point here tonight. We're happy to keep our run going. I said to the manager 'what formation are we playing?' He said just go on and score. We got what we deserved here."

  3. Post update

    FT: Wolves 1-1 Nottingham Forest

    Wolves winger Jordan Graham told Sky Sports

    "It was one of those games. They were hard to beat, they play good football. We wanted to get three points at home and kick on. It's not been an easy first half of the campaign but we've started playing some good football so we can aim for the top six."

  4. Saturday's fixtures

    Here's the full line-up in the Championship...

    Saturday's Championship fixtures December 12th
  5. Saturday's Championship action

    So, what else is in store in the Championship this weekend?

    The early game tomorrow (12:30 GMT) sees MK Dons host Mick McCarthy's Ipswich Town - we'll have live text coverage of the game from 12:15 GMT.

    Leaders Brighton will be looking to make it 20 games unbeaten this season with a tough trip to third-placed Derby County, while second-placed Middlesbrough are at home to Birmingham City.

    Things don't get any easier for bottom side Bolton Wanderers who travel to play-off hopefuls Hull City, while Bristol City face fellow strugglers Huddersfield Town at the John Smith's Stadium.


    Wolves 1-1 Nottingham Forest

    A dejected Wolves throw away what would have been a first win at home in two months.

    Ethan Ebanks-Landell gave Wolves the lead with his first goal for the club after he nodded Jordan Graham's pinpoint free kick.

    But Forest restored parity when substitute Dexter Blackstock latched onto Henri Lansbury's corner with a superb far post volley.

  7. Wolves 1-1 Nottingham Forest

    Benik Afobe manages to hold the ball well in midfield and lays the ball onto Dave Edwards, but the Wolves man fires a cross out for a Forest throw in.

    Sums up the last twenty minutes for Wolves.


    Blackburn 1-0 Rotherham

    All over at Ewood Park after five minutes of added time.

    Far from a classic - an own goal was all that separated the two sides.

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  9. Wolves 1-1 Nottingham Forest

    Nelson Oliveira picks up a booking for bringing down Kevin McDonald with a tackle from behind but Jordan Graham's impending free kick goes out for a goal kick.

    A lot of the gusto taken out of this match. The atmosphere at Molineux has gone flat again. One minute of normal time remains.

  10. Wolves 1-1 Nottingham Forest

    Kevin McDonald unleashes a fierce volley from outside the box which Daniel Pinillos manages to head away for a corner which Forest eventually clear.


    Wolves 1-1 Nottingham Forest

    Wolves head coach Kenny Jackett finally makes a change as Benik Afobe comes on for Adam Le Fondre.

    You have to wonder whether it's come a bit too late for the hosts. It was a big call from Jackett to drop Afobe for the second consecutive match and tonight, at least it's not paid off.

    The striker has six minutes of normal time to make an impact and find a winner.

  12. Blackburn 1-0 Rotherham

    Last five minutes at Ewood Park and it's still Luke Hyam's own goal that has the hosts ahead.

    Rotherham have had half-chances, the latest a Jonson Clarke-Harris header deflected just wide. 

    But Blackburn have kept them at arms-length without being entirely convincing themselves.

    Kirk Broadfoot challenges Markus Olsson
  13. GOAL (Blackstock)

    Wolves 1-1 Nottingham Forest

    Dexter Blackstock beats his marker at the back post to send a volleyed strike past Carl Ikeme from a Henri Lansbury corner.

    A sucker punch for Wolves, who looked comfortable with their lead.

  14. Wolves 1-0 Nottingham Forest

    Decent bit of skill by Jordan Graham - who's enjoyed another superb performance for Wolves - as he cuts past the Forest back line and tests Dorus De Vries with a fine curling effort from distance.


    Wolves 1-0 Nottingham Forest

    Forest make a double substitution as Jonny Williams and Dexter Blackstock come on for Ben Osborn and Ryan Mendes.

  16. Wolves 1-0 Nottingham Forest

    Chance for Wolves to double their lead as Jordan Graham sends a corner into the box and Ethan Ebanks-Landell nods wide, but Forest are fortunate not to concede a penalty as Matt Mills appeared to push Danny Batth to the ground.

  17. Wolves 1-0 Nottingham Forest

    We have reached the 70-minute mark at Molineux with Wolves chasing a first win at home for two months. Their last three points with home advantage came in their 3-0 win against Huddersfield on 3 October, where Benik Afobe scored a brace.

    Will the Wolves forward be making an appearance tonight?

  18. Blackburn 1-0 Rotherham

    Into the last 15 minutes at Ewood Park and Lee Camp keeps Rotherham in it as he palms a strong header from Shane Duffy over the bar.

    Not the nicest evening weather-wise in the North West with a crowd of just more than 13,000 watching.

    Former Rovers striker Matt Derbyshire is brought into the action as Rotherham continue to hunt an equaliser.

    Ewood Park crowd
  19. Wolves 1-0 Nottingham Forest

    A smart passing move from Forest allows them acres of space in the Wolves midfield and Ben Osborn unleashes a shot from long range which is well blocked.


    Wolves 1-0 Nottingham Forest

    Nottingham Forest make the first change of the evening as former Derby forward Jamie Ward comes on for Chris O'Grady.