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  1. Nuttall and Armstrong give Blackburn 2-0 win at Millwall
  2. Stoke beaten 3-1 at Brentford in Nathan Jones' first game
  3. Rhodes earns Norwich point at West Brom after Gayle opener
  4. Sheff Utd go second with win over QPR
  5. Promotion chasers Sunderland and Luton draw in League One
  6. Bury come from 3-1 down to beat League Two promotion rivals MK Dons
  7. Get involved via #bbcefl

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By Adam Williams and Jay Freeman

All times stated are UK

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  1. Sheffield United close the gap

    So here's how the top of the Championship looks after this weekend's action.

    Sheffield United were the big winners, moving above Norwich into second place on goal difference, while Leeds have a four-point lead at the top following Friday's victory over Derby.

    And with that, another stellar day in the English Football League ends, this time on a dramatic victory for Blackburn Rovers.

    For now, thank you for joining us.

    Top of the Championship
  2. A tough game

    FT: Millwall 0-2 Blackburn

    Blackburn's Joe Nuttall

    Blackburn Rovers goalscorer Joe Nuttall told Sky Sports:

    "It was tough because coming here is always going to be hard with the fans on your back and Millwall really put it on you.

    "[On his goal] The last touch was mine. I'm delighted and hopefully I can get more this season.

    "It was a tough game against two big lads at the back but I fancy myself against anyone so it's about doing what I can do."

  3. 'A brilliant performance'

    FT: Millwall 0-2 Blackburn

    Blackburn Rovers defender Darragh Lenihan told Sky Sports:

    "It was a very big test. They've won four on the bounce. The first half was a battle and our substitutions made a difference.

    "We haven't had many clean sheets so it's a brilliant all round performance.

    "We just wait and see, we take each game as it comes. We've got three points here and against West Brom so we keep moving forward and not look too far ahead."


    Millwall 0-2 Blackburn

    And the final whistle is blown by stand-in referee Gavin Ward and this game's all over.

    What a dramatic finale. Blackburn take all three points home to Lancashire courtesy of Joe Nuttall and Adam Armstrong's late goals.

    Millwall boss Neil Harris will be gutted.

  5. Caretaker Ireland sees Forest self-implode

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    Reading v Forest fight

    Caretaker Nottingham Forest manager Simon Ireland saw his side do themselves no favours as they ended up with nine men in a 2-0 defeat by Reading.

    Ireland was in charge of Forest after Aitor Karanka's departure on Friday and was far from pleased with the ill-discipline throughout.

    "I was disappointed to concede the first goal and also when we went down to 10 men and then nine men," he said.

    "For an experienced player like Danny Fox to get involved in an argument, when already on a yellow card, was disappointing.

    "He was a bit naive.

    "Both Danny and Tendayi Darikwa have apologised to both myself and the other players in the dressing room.

    "It was just a bad day today, but we are more than capable of getting back into the play-offs."

  6. GOAL: Millwall 0-2 Blackburn

    Adam Armstrong


    A quick Rovers counter attack finds Adam Armstrong on the left wing. The forward cuts inside onto his right foot and bends in his sixth goal of the season.

    That should seal it for Rovers.

  7. GOAL: Millwall 0-1 Blackburn

    Joe Nuttall

    Drama at The Den and Blackburn might just have stolen all three poinsts!

    Substitute Adam Armstrong makes the difference, teeing up Joe Nuttall to score.

    Meanwhile James Meredith is replaced by Shaun Williams for Millwall.

  8. Post update

    Millwall 0-0 Blackburn

    A Millwall corner sails deep at the far post and is half-cleared by Blackburn but Ryan Tunnicliffe works onto it unmarked.

    However, he buries his shot well over the crossbar.

  9. Post update

    Millwall 0-0 Blackburn

    Blackburn goalkeeper David Raya has been fantastic tonight and he's just reacted quickly to make another fine save.

    This time he denies Mahlon Romeo's shot from point-blank range to keep it all square.

  10. Post update

    Millwall 0-0 Blackburn

    A Millwall clearance has just been booted out of the stadium and there's a short break in play as the officials find another ball.

    We're back under way, just in case you were worried..


    Millwall 0-0 Blackburn

    Bradley Dack is making way for Blackburn.

    He's replaced by Adam Armstrong as we begin to enter the latter stages of this match.

  12. Gomes tastes first win as Reading boss

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    Reading celebrate

    Reading picked up a much-needed victory against managerless Nottingham Forest as Jose Gomes tasted victory for the first time since taking over at the Madejski Stadium.

    The 2-0 win against a Forest side who finished with nine men moved the Royals up a place and to within two points of safety.

    “I liked the result a lot. The performance could maybe have been better, but the most important thing is that we got three very, very important points," Gomes told BBC Radio Berkshire.

    “This is the start of a very important run of 19 games for us and hopefully this gives us the confidence to look up the table and ask ourselves why we aren’t there.

    “Today the players really absorbed my philosophy with some important energy, they accepted the idea that we must be more clinical.

    “Now it’s a case of keeping that focus, resting up and recharging before the next very, very important game.”


    Millwall 0-0 Blackburn

    An attacking change for Millwall.

    Lee Gregory comes on for the hosts in place of Aiden O'Brien. Will it pay off with a winner in the closing stages for the hosts?

  14. Lambert relieved Ipswich showed grit

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    Will Keane

    Bottom-placed Ipswich won for just the third time this season as they edged out fellow strugglers Rotherham 1-0 at Portman Road.

    Victory for the Tractor Boys moved them to within seven points of safety, but Paul Lambert's side had to weather a Rotherham storm for most of the second half.

    "The first half I thought we were very good, really strong and worked the ball, but they made it difficult in the second half and I don't think there was two passes strung together," Lambert said.

    "But the pleasing thing is we defended fantastic. The ball never (seemed to) come down. It was never out of the air, long balls you have got to deal with that and I felt we dealt with it really, really well."

  15. Post update

    Millwall 0-0 Blackburn

    Bradley Dack tries an audacious back heeled effort from close range but it's blocked at the last minute by the Millwall back line.

    A sustained spell of Blackburn pressure is showing no signs of stopping so far.

  16. Post update

    Millwall 0-0 Blackburn

    A succession of Blackburn corners sees Tony Mowbray's side come within inches of heading their way into the lead.

    Jack Rodwell is the latest to head narrowly wide of the mark.


    Millwall 0-0 Blackburn

    Danny Graham has come on for Blackburn in place of Craig Conway.

    Just over 25 minutes remain, can the visitors find the net?

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    What's the worst game you've been at?

    That Ryan Leonard shot was the first we've had on target after an utterly forgettable first hour.

    We've got 30 minutes left so let us know what's been the worst game you have ever seen?

    Get in touch using #bbcefl on Twitter.

  19. Post update

    Millwall 0-0 Blackburn

    Millwall v Blackburn

    Tell you what, this hasn't been a great game but the Millwall fans are causing a right old racket.

    A great atmosphere at The Den boosted by a spell of pressure from the hosts.

  20. Post update

    Millwall 0-0 Blackburn

    Ooof that could have been a cracker of a goal.

    Ryan Leonard picks the ball up from a Blackburn clearance and he hits it first time from long range and forces a great save from Rovers keeper David Raya.