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  1. Bamford gives Leeds victory at Bristol City
  2. Reading score in seventh minute of injury-time to beat Wigan
  3. Bolton earn crucial win against Millwall
  4. Early wins for Sheff Utd and Preston
  5. Blackpool 2-2 Southend in front of 15,871 at Bloomfield Road

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  1. Evening all

    Forest goal

    As promised, more Championship action on the way this weekend, but that's where we'll leave matters for Saturday.

    Plenty more reaction from today's action to come through the evening on the BBC Sport website and app. so keep a look out across the football pages.

    Until next time, thanks for stopping by as Ron Burgundy once said...

  2. Still to come on Sunday...

    Birmingham City v Aston Villa (Sunday, 12:00 GMT)

    Grealish celly

    Sunday sees more Championship action and a fixture that never disappoints for atmosphere and intensity as Birmingham City host Aston Villa in the Second City Derby.

    Our coverage will begin at 11:45 GMT on Sunday on the BBC Sport website and app.

    To get you in the mood, why not try your hand at our special quiz marking memorable moments from their previous meetings.

  3. Forest and Preston on the charge

    FT: Nottingham Forest 3-0 Hull City

    As it stands

    And in the race for the play-off spots, wins today for Nottingham Forest and Preston have seen them climb up in to serious contention, while Brentford's win at Middlesbrough has lifted the Bees in to the top half.

  4. The relegation fight hots up

    FT: Reading 3-2 Wigan

    As it stands

    At the other end of the table, Bolton are now within five points of safety after their vital win over Millwall, who are looking over their shoulders somewhat.

    Meanwhile, Reading's late, late goal sees them move three points away from danger.

    Bottom-side Ipswich, despite their relatively impressive point away at West Brom, remain deep, deep in trouble, 12 points adrift of the Lions.

  5. Leeds reclaim spot in top two

    FT: Bristol City 0-1 Leeds

    As it stands

    Leeds are back in the automatic promotion places after their 1-0 win at Bristol City, and that result also helped Derby County (who drew today) move back in to the top six, above the Robins.

  6. League Two full-time headlines

    Port Vale
    • Second-placed Bury earn win at Stevenage in fifth minute of stoppage-time
    • MK Dons win 3-1 at Macclesfield to move third
    • Colchester return to form with 3-0 win over Newport
    • Port Vale beat Mansfield amid fan protests at owner
    • Bottom side Notts County lose 4-1 at Cheltenham
  7. League One full-time headlines

    Blackpool fans
    • Blackpool score stoppage-time equaliser against Southend in front of 15,871 at Bloomfield Road
    • Bradford beat Peterborough in Gary Bowyer's first game in charge of Bantams
    • Managerless Rochdale beat Shrewsbury
    • Leaders Luton held to goalless draw at Plymouth
    • Second-placed Barnsley beat Accrington 2-0
    • Sunderland level in added time at Wycombe
    • Charlton v Portsmouth at 17:30 GMT
  8. Championship full-time headlines

    Leeds fans

    After that late drama at Reading concludes another really interesting day in the second tier, here are the other key stories:

    • Leeds go back up to second as they beat Bristol City, after Sheffield United's lunchtime win
    • West Brom, Middlesbrough and Derby all drop points at home from winning positions at half-time
    • Nottingham Forest hit three past Hull to go eighth; Preston beat rivals Blackburn
    • Bolton give their hopes of survival a huge boost as they beat Millwall

    Reading 3-2 Wigan Athletic

    All over at the Madejski Stadium and drama doesn't even begin to sum up how it finished.

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  10. GOAL: Reading 3-2 Wigan Athletic

    Yakou Meite (90+7 mins)

    Yakou Meite

    SEVEN, yes seven minutes into added time - Reading have won it!

    Yakou Meite heads in a corner to give the Royals back-to-back league wins for the first time in 15 months.


    Middlesbrough 1-2 Brentford

    Brentford win for just the second time on the road in the Championship this season.

    Two goals in the space of three minutes turned it around. An own goal from Ryan Shotton and then Said Benrahma's effort won it for the Bees.


    Bristol City 0-1 Leeds

    Leeds go back up to second! It's another significant win for Marcelo Bielsa's men.

    It wasn't a thriller of a game, but they did enough to thwart a Bristol City side who now slip out of the Championship's top six, although the Robins have a game in hand.


    Derby County 1-1 Sheffield Wednesday

    Finishes all square at Pride Park.

    Chances aplenty for both sides apart from the goals from Bradley Johnson and Dominic Iorfa.


    Bolton 2-1 Millwall

    Bolton have survived a late Millwall surge and held on for a potentially-massive three points, after a wretched week off the field. They're still in the fight to stay up!


    West Brom 1-1 Ipswich Town

    All over at the Hawthorns. A disappointing result for West Brom in their promotion push.

    Bottom-placed Ipswich almost stole all three points for a very rare win.


    QPR 0-0 Stoke

    QPR v Stoke

    It's a game that won't take too long to forget for QPR and Stoke fans.

    The visitors will be relatively pleased with their point after playing for more than 80 minutes with just 10 men.

  17. GOAL: Reading 2-2 Wigan Athletic

    Mo Barrow (89 mins)

    Late drama at the Madejski Stadium and Mo Barrow fires in an equaliser for Reading.

    Still time for some more goals with lots of injury time too.


    Nottingham Forest 3-0 Hull

    After a boring first hour quite frankly, Forest show class to run away with this one eventually.

    It's a valuable win for the Reds, who are now eighth.

  19. Post update

    Middlesbrough 1-2 Brentford

    Just the SEVEN minutes added time to play at the Riverside....

  20. GOAL: Bolton 2-1 Millwall

    Lee Gregory (87 mins)

    Can Millwall still salvage something from this? Lee Gregory diverts Jed Wallace's cross home to give the Bolton fans a nervy finish...