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Jay Freeman and Michael Beardmore

All times stated are UK

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  1. Farewell

    Eberechi Eze

    Well that wraps up our live text action for this English Football League Tuesday bonanza.

    Swansea and Leeds played out an entertaining 2-2 draw at the Liberty and I don't think it's unfair to say that both teams will be there or thereabouts come the end of the season.

    Elsewhere, Steve McClaren's misery continued as his QPR side received another thumping at the hands of Bristol City.

    Meanwhile, here's a look at tomorrow's Championship fixtures:

    • Aston Villa v Brentford
    • Blackburn Rovers v Reading
    • Norwich City v Preston North End
    • Sheffield Wednesday v Millwall
    • Bolton Wanderers v Birmingham City
    • Stoke City v Wigan Athletic

    We'll be bringing you all the action from these games tomorrow, but for now, thank you for joining us.

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    Hector McGraw: My mum's stepbrother's nephew knows a neighbour whose auntie has her car valeted by the same guy who cleans QPR owner Tony Fernandes' car & reckons Steve McClaren is for the chop first thing tomorrow, you heard it here first.

    Thanks for that 'reliable' tip Hector.

  3. QPR's woes continue

    FT: QPR 0-3 Bristol City

    Look away now R's fans...

    Championship bottom six
  4. Leeds go top

    FT: Swansea 2-2 Leeds

    Tables at this stage of the season are pretty silly, but just for you Leeds fans...

    Championship table
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    Gumbo74: No odds on McClaren being the next manager to lose their job and rightly so. It's not just the defeats but the manner of them. A 7-1 hammering and now 3-0 at home. Not acceptable.

    Steve McClaren
  6. League Two full-time scores

    Leaders Exeter City won 2-0 at Cambridge United as they remain unbeaten while second-placed Lincoln came from behind to beat Bury.

    Elsewhere, Colchester coasted to a 6-0 victory against Crewe while Newport County battled to three points against Notts County.

    • Cambridge 0-2 Exeter
    • Carlisle 2-1 Port Vale
    • Colchester 6-0 Crewe
    • Crawley 2-2 Swindon
    • Forest Green 0-0 Stevenage
    • Lincoln City 2-1 Bury
    • Macclesfield 1-1 Cheltenham
    • MK Dons 1-1 Grimsby
    • Morecambe 1-0 Northampton
    • Newport 3-2 Notts County
    • Tranmere 0-0 Mansfield
    • Yeovil 0-0 Oldham
  7. League One results

    Portsmouth and Peterborough both left it late to maintain their 100% starts - each scoring at the death to win at Bristol Rovers and Charlton respectively.

    Barnsley are just behind them after a thumping 4-0 win at Rochdale, while Walsall continued their fine start to the campaign with a 3-1 victory at AFC Wimbledon.

    At the other end of the table, Oxford are still without a point after twice blowing a lead to lose 3-2 at home to Accrington.

    • AFC Wimbledon 1-3 Walsall
    • Blackpool 2-0 Coventry
    • Bradford 1-0 Burton
    • Bristol Rovers 1-2 Portsmouth
    • Charlton 0-1 Peterborough
    • Doncaster 0-0 Shrewsbury
    • Luton 2-0 Southend
    • Oxford 2-3 Accrington
    • Plymouth 1-1 Wycombe
    • Rochdale 0-4 Barnsley
  8. 'We knew it would be difficult'

    FT: Swansea 2-2 Leeds

    Leeds United goalscorer Pablo Hernandez told Sky Sports:

    "We knew it would be a difficult game but it is a good point for us against a good team.

    "It's a special stadium for me. I spent two years here and it gave me confidence to come to English football.

    "I didn't celebrate out of respect for the fans."

  9. 'We'll take a point'

    FT: Swansea 2-2 Leeds

    Swansea City striker Oli McBurnie told Sky Sports:

    "We both had spells where we dominated and we had chances to take it, both of us. A draw is a fair result.

    "When you score two you expect to win the game. They're a great team and we've seen what they've done to good teams in this division.

    "It's a good point, they're a great team and we'll take that."


    Rotherham 2-3 Hull

    All over and Jackson Irvine's double helps Hull City to all three points despite a late scare from Rotherham United.

    You can't help but feel that might ease the pressure on Nigel Adkins somewhat, even at this early stage of the season.


    Derby 2-0 Ipswich

    Frank Lampard claims his first home victory as Derby boss thanks to fine strikes from Welsh duo Joe Ledley and Tom Lawrence.

    Ipswich, meanwhile, are still seeking a first win under new boss Paul Hurst.

    And they will have to offer more as an attacking force than they did here if they are to find it any time soon.


    Swansea 2-2 Leeds

    All over at the Liberty Stadium and an entertaining affair ends with a point for both sides.

    Swansea could have won it after Oli McBurnie scored twice against his boyhood club, but Pablo Hernandez's late strike sends Leeds home with a point.

  13. Peterborough go ahead

    Charlton 0-1 Peterborough

    Hello, Peterborough look like maintaining their 100% winning start in League One too!

    Moments after Portsmouth re-took the lead at Bristol Rovers, Jason Cummings' late penalty has put Posh ahead at Charlton.


    QPR 0-3 Bristol City

    Steve McClaren

    Matty Taylor's strike and a second-half Andi Weimann double have left Steve McClaren with a whole lot to ponder.

    A first win of the season for the Robins - but where is QPR's first league win coming from?

    That's four defeats from four.

  15. Post update

    Swansea 2-2 Leeds

    Bersant Celina could have put this game to bed and wrapped up a hard-earned three points for Swansea.

    The former Manchester City midfielder fires straight at Bailey Peacock-Farrell when one-on-one ahead of goal.

    At the other end Connor Roberts puts in a vital tackle on Jack Harrison to thwart a dangerous Leeds counter attack.

    End to end!

  16. Pompey go ahead

    Bristol Rovers 1-2 Portsmouth

    Drama in League One!

    Portsmouth's Ronan Curtis, who gave the earlier penalty away, has just put Pompey 2-1 up at Bristol Rovers.

    They've got a few minutes to hold on for a fourth straight win.

  17. League Two latest

    A bad night gets even worse for Crewe. They're 6-0 down away at Colchester and that's going to be a long journey home this evening.

    Elsewhere, Lincoln have come from behind to lead Bury 2-1 and Cheltenham have levelled against Macclesfield.

  18. GOAL: QPR 0-3 Bristol City

    Andi Weimann (89 mins)

    Game over.

    City get a bit of luck with a ricochet in Rangers' box and Josh Brownhill rounds keeper Matt Ingram to find Andi Weimann and the Austrian slots past a defender on the line for his second of the game.

    You have to feel for Steve McClaren. Rangers were the better side in the first half but did not take their chances and have been punished.

  19. League One latest

    Chris Lines red card

    Portsmouth's 100% start is in peril - a Chris Lines penalty has brought Bristol Rovers level at 1-1. But the excitement clearly went to Lines' head - he was sent off for a rash challenge two minutes later.

    Oxford are in danger of a fourth straight league defeat - Accrington have twice trailed to Karl Robinson's side but Billy Kee's penalty has put Stanley 3-2 up.

  20. Post update

    QPR 0-2 Bristol City

    Steve McClaren is no stranger to catcalls from the stands. And he's getting a bit of stick from unhappy Hoops supporters.

    Surely August is a bit early to be under pressure? Although that's not the impression you get from a vocal Loftus Road crowd.

    They're heading to a fourth league defeat in a row.