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  1. Villa beat Sunderland in Coleman's first game
  2. Fulham win nine-goal thriller at Sheff Utd
  3. Cardiff go second with late victory at Barnsley
  4. Fourth-placed Bristol City beaten by Preston
  5. Reading come from 2-0 down to draw at Bolton

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By Ian Woodcock and Felix Keith

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  1. Stunning Sessegnon

    FT: Sheffield United 4-5 Fulham

    Ryan Sessegnon

    There's only one place to finish tonight.

    A first career hat-trick for 17-year-old Ryan Sessegnon helped Fulham claim an incredible 5-4 win at Sheffield United.

    Spare a thought for Blades striker Leon Clarke as his own treble ended up counting for nothing.

    We'll be back tomorrow with more Championship action.

    Thanks for your company tonight and enjoy the rest of your evening.

  2. Can Wolves run away?


    We'll be back tomorrow evening with three more Championship games.

    Wolves will be looking to make the most of Sheffield United's dramatic defeat and stretch their lead at the top of the table with victory over Leeds.

    Elsewhere, improving Sheffield Wednesday visit Ipswich and Middlesbrough host struggling Birmingham.

  3. Injury blow for Villa's Kodjia

    FT: Aston Villa 2-1 Sunderland

    Jonathan Kodjia

    Before we love you and leave you, some bad news for Aston Villa fans coming from Steve Bruce's post-match press conference regarding striker Jonathan Kodjia.

    "We think there's a possibility of another operation," says Bruce. "It's devastating for us all. It's a big, huge blow."

    A real dampener after a fine win.

  4. League Two headlines

    Nathan Jones
    • Luton Town take top spot on goal difference with a 3-0 win over Carlisle, with Notts County slipping to second after being held to a 1-1 draw by Yeovil.
    • Chesterfield beat Forest Green 3-2 but fail to move off the bottom as Barnet score two late goals to beat Newport 2-1 and stay in 23rd place.
  5. League One headlines

    Ryan Colclough
    • Bottom side Bury shock league-leaders Shrewbury to win 1-0.
    • Ryan Colclough scores twice in Wigan's 3-0 victory over Northampton to move the Latics to within a point of top spot before heading to hospital for the birth of his child.
    • Jake Forster-Caskey scores twice in Charlton's 2-1 win over Rochdale; Scunthorpe come from behind to beat Bradford 2-1.
  6. The Championship headlines

    Chris Coleman
    • Chris Coleman loses his first match as Sunderland manager, with Aston Villa edging to a 2-1 win over the Black Cats at Villa Park.
    • Sheffield United are denied top spot after a nine-goal thriller against Fulham at Bramall Lane - Ryan Sessegnon and Leon Clarke both scored hat-tricks as the visitors won 5-4.
    • Cardiff strike late at Barnsley to move up to second, while Bristol City slip to fifth after being beaten at home by Preston.
    • Reading come from 2-0 down to draw at Bolton, while there are also wins for Nottingham Forest and Derby.
  7. Post update

    Right, shall we run through some full-time headlines from the EFL?...


    Bolton 2-2 Reading

    And that'll be that! Reading come from 2-0 down to pinch an unlikely draw against a resurgent Bolton side.

  9. Post update

    Bolton 2-2 Reading

    Oh my word, Bolton should've just snatched it!

    Darren Pratley finds himself in acres inside the Reading area - not for the first time tonight - but heads it straight at the goalkeeper.

  10. Post update

    Bolton 2-2 Reading

    We're into four minutes of time added on - can either side find a late winner?

  11. Standing ovation for beaten Blades

    Sheffield United 4-5 Fulham

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    Not often you see this.

    Sheffield United's fans give their side a standing ovation despite falling to a stunning 5-4 defeat by Fulham.

    The Blades would have gone top with a win but slip to third.

  12. Blades left pointless by Fulham

    Sheffield United 4-5 Fulham

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    Fulham's celebrity fan Richard Osman will certainly have enjoyed his side's win in Sheffield this evening...

  13. We're not done yet...

    Bolton 2-2 Reading

    Bolton v Reading

    What a crazy night in the Championship!

    And we're not finished quite yet, as there's still three minutes plus stoppage time to come in the game between Bolton and Reading.


    Sheffield United 4-5 Fulham

    An extraordinary game at Bramall Lane ends with the visitors claiming all three points and two players scoring a hat-trick.

    Leon Clarke got the first of his treble to give the hosts an early lead before Sheyi Ojo and Ryan Sessegnon goals turned it around for the visitors.

    Clarke's second levelled it up only for Sessegnon to get his second to make it 3-2 to Fulham at half-time.

    Ojo's second gave them breathing room before Sessegnon scored his first career hat-trick to seemingly put the game out of reach.

    However, late goals from Samir Carruthers and a third for Clarke set up a tense finish.

  15. GOAL - Bolton 2-2 Reading

    Leandro Bacuna

    From 2-0 down, Reading have hauled it back to 2-2!

    Leandro Bacuna's penalty after Modou Barrow was tripped by Sammy Ameobi has the Royals level.


    Millwall 0-0 Hull

    Millwall v Hull

    We've not mentioned this one too many times tonight, have we?

    The only Championship game without a goal tonight sees Millwall against Hull City end 0-0.


    Barnsley 0-1 Cardiff

    The Bluebirds are up to second thanks to Callum Paterson's goal.


    Bristol City 1-2 Preston

    Preston celebrate

    Bristol City lose for only the third time this season, with Paul Gallagher and Callum Robinson giving Preston an eye-catching win at Ashton Gate.


    Brentford 1-1 Burton

    It's all over at Griffin Park and that's a very decent point for Burton Albion against Brentford thanks to Ben Turner's header.

  20. GOAL - Sheffield United 4-5 Fulham

    Leon Clarke

    They can't can they?!

    Leon Clarke has his hat-trick and Sheffield United have two minutes of injury time to find a fifth!