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Steve Marshall

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  1. And that's a wrap

    FT: West Brom 4-1 Leeds

    West Brom celebrate

    And then in this evening's game Leeds missed the chance to go back to the top of the table as they were well beaten by a rampant West Brom.

    Albion scored four second-half goals from Hal Robson-Kanu, Matt Phillips, Harvey Barnes and Dwight Gayle to seal the points, before Pablo Hernandez's injury time consolation.

    We'll be back with more live coverage of the EFL after the international break.

    Until then, thanks for joining us and goodnight.

    West Brom put four past below-par Leeds

    West Brom goalkeeper Sam Johnstone

    West Bromwich Albion score four second-half goals to thrash Leeds and stop them returning to the top of the Championship.

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  2. Saturday's Championship headlines headlines

    Norwich celebrate
    • Norwich score two stoppage time goals to come from behind and beat Millwall 4-3 in an extraordinary game to move to the top of the Championship.
    • Jordan Hugill's brace helps Boro beat Wigan 2-0 to go second, after an 11th clean sheet of the season.
    • Aston Villa score three second-half goals to win 3-0 at Derby and move into the top half.
    • Che Adams scores a hat-trick for Birmingham, who can only draw 3-3 with Hull after spurning a two-goal lead.
    • Bottom side Ipswich lead twice at fellow strugglers Reading but draw 2-2 - wins for Swansea, Preston and QPR.
  3. Post update

    Before we leave you this evening, let's recap the day's headlines from the 3pm kick-offs on a day when only three teams have ended it in the same position that they began before a ball was kicked.

  4. Post-match reaction

    FT: West Brom 4-1 Leeds

    West Brom striker Hal Robson-Kanu told Sky Sports:

    "We wanted to start fast and really threaten Leeds in behind, and that's what we did early on.

    "Every game in this league is tough and you have to be at it.

    "For the last couple of weeks we haven't been at the level we started the season, but with that performance hopefully we can kick on again."

  5. Post-match reaction

    FT: West Brom 4-1 Leeds

    West Brom winger Matt Phillips told Sky Sports:

    "In the last couple of weeks we've probably dipped below our early-season standards but we've had a good week, worked hard and we've put on a really good performance tonight.

    "We want promotion so we need to keep turning out performances like that and put another little run together."

  6. Post update

    FT: West Brom 4-1 Leeds

    West Brom celebrate

    Time for some reaction to that result from The Hawthorns...

  7. Tight at the top

    FT: West Brom 4-1 Leeds

    Here's how the top of the Championship looks going into the international break.

    It will makes pretty good reading for Norwich fans over the next fortnight, I reckon.

    Top of the Championship
  8. FULL-TIME West Brom 4-1 Leeds

    A hugely impressive result and performance from West Bromwich Albion.

    They looked good in the first half but were electric after the break with goals from Hal Robson-Kanu, Matt Phillips, Harvey Barnes and Dwight Gayle.

    Albion are back up to fifth, while Leeds go into the international break in third place.

  9. GOAL West Brom 4-1 Leeds

    Pablo Hernadez

    Pablo Hernandez

    Those Leeds fans are rewarded with a fine looping header from Pablo Hernandez.

    West Brom's wait for a second clean sheet this season goes on.

    Before the restart Rakeem Harper comes on for Matt Phillips.

  10. Post update

    West Brom 4-0 Leeds

    There will be three minutes of added time - or party time for the West Brom fans.

    To their credit, the Leeds fans are still singing.

  11. "A terrific game of football" - McClaren

    FT: QPR 3-2 Brentford

    QPR celebrate

    In a day littered with high-scoring games, there were also five goals in the West London derby at Loftus Road.

    QPR manager Steve McClaren hailed his side's fighting spirit after they came from behind to beat Brentford 3-2.

    "I thought it was a terrific game of football and Brentford contributed to that. There were two very good teams," he said.

    "We showed character at 1-0 down to go 3-1 up - we blew them away for 10 minutes. They came back and we had to hold on, which we did.

    "We were hopeless in the final third in the first half but they got it right in the second.

    "The spirit in the dressing room - the responsibility that they're taking has really been first class.

    "We knew we'd be OK, that we would stick together and compete, and that's what we did."


    West Brom 4-0 Leeds

    With the game won, West Brom boss Darren Moore takes off Kieran Gibbs, back in the side today after injury.

    Tyrone Mears trots on for the final couple of minutes.

  13. Post update

    West Brom 4-0 Leeds

    Leeds have been excellent this season, but this is a big statement from West Brom.

    It's been a performance full of quality and they've looked defensively stronger too.

    After one point out of a possible 12, this is the perfect way for the Baggies to 'boing' back into form.

  14. GOAL West Brom 4-0 Leeds

    Dwight Gayle

    Dwight Gayle

    It's party night in West Bromwich now with Dwight Gayle scoring with a backheel.

    Jay Rodriguez does the hard work, driving into the box and when his shot hits Liam Cooper, Gayle produces the cheekiest of finishes.

  15. GOAL West Brom 3-0 Leeds

    Harvey Barnes

    WBA v Leeds

    Game over.

    Tosin Adarabioyo does excellently to win the ball on halfway and scoops a pass through to Harvey Barnes, who outpaces the Leeds defence and coolly slides it home.

  16. Post update

    West Brom 2-0 Leeds

    They almost halve the deficit straight away as Leeds work the ball across the West Brom box and Pablo Hernandez slides in Ezgjan Alioski, but the forward can only shoot into the side netting.

    As Sam Johnstone prepares to take the goal kick, off goes the night's first goalscorer Hal Robson-Kanu and on comes Dwight Gayle.

    Hardly respite for the Leeds defence.


    West Brom 2-0 Leeds

    Leeds make their final change as Samuel Saiz comes on in place of Mateusz Klich.

    United have just over 10 minutes to turn this around.

  18. "That's what happens when you're near the bottom of the league"

    FT: Birmingam 3-3 Hull

    Nigel Adkins

    There was another thriller at St Andrew's as Hull came from 2-0 down to lead 3-2, only for Birmingham striker Che Adams to equalise late on and complete his hat-trick.

    Hull manager Nigel Adkins told BBC Radio Humberside:

    "We had good opportunities in the first half so to come in at half-time 2-0 down was very frustrating.

    "In the second half we needed to get the ball forward quicker and increase the tempo because the first was stop start.

    "We were in a position to win it and low and behold a mis-kick on a clearance drops to their player to score.

    "Well done to the players, we've not been beaten today, they were committed to each other to graft and work their socks off.

    "We had an opportunity to win it but an unfortunate clearance - that's what happens when you're at the bottom of the league."


    West Brom 2-0 Leeds

    Marcelo Bielsa rolls his dice and brings on Jack Harrison for Barry Douglas.

    The former Wolves full-back isn't happy - and not just because of the chants aimed at him by the West Brom faithful!

  20. Post update

    West Brom 2-0 Leeds

    Almost a third for West Brom as they again catch Leeds on the break.

    Harvey Barnes beats the offside trap to latch on to James Morrison's pass and is twice denied by Bailey Peacock-Farrell - the second save a diving fingertip one to keep out a teasing curler that was heading for the far corner.