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Rob Stevens and Adam Williams

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  1. Goodbye


    Swansea head coach Steve Cooper

    That's it for our midweek Championship coverage.

    We'll be back for more EFL action on Saturday, when Derby County's lunchtime game at home to West Brom kicks off the day's schedule.

    However, make sure you stay tuned to the BBC Sport website for the latest updates on the situations at Bolton Wanderers and Bury.

    The Shakers have a deadline of Friday to satisfy the EFL they have the finances to take part in League One this season, and could be expelled from the League if they don't meet the requirements.

    Thanks for joining us and, until the next time, goodbye.

  2. How it stands

    Before we go, a quick peek at the table.

    It's looking good for Leeds and Swansea after four games.

    Top of the Championship
  3. Pass, pass, pass...

    FT: Fulham 4-0 Millwall

    You'll remember we told you at half-time that Fulham had enjoyed 89 percent of the ball in the first half.

    Well, Scott Parker's side pretty much kept it up after the break in what was an impressive victory...

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  4. Nketiah puts Leeds on top

    FT: Leeds 1-0 Brentford

    Eddie Nketiah celebrates his goal for Leeds United

    If you are just joining us, Leeds United are back on top of the Championship.

    And Whites fans have a new hero in Eddie Nketiah, who scored four minutes after coming on for his league debut for the club.

    Could the forward be the missing piece as Marcelo Bielsa aims to lead the Yorkshire side to promotion after missing out in the play-offs last season.

    Next up for Leeds is a trip to bottom club Stoke.

    Potters boss Nathan Jones might be feeling the pressure after suffering a third defeat in four league games.


    West Brom 1-1 Reading

    All over at The Hawthorns and it finishes all square.

    Ovie Ejaria went from hero to zero - scored a stunner to put Reading into the lead, but then conceded a penalty in the closing moments.

    Both sides gave it plenty - probably a fair result on the balance of things.

  6. Post update

    West Brom 1-1 Reading

    Nice move again from West Brom and Kenneth Zohore's head is picked out with a cross to the far post.

    Easy save for Rafael though as the seconds tick down.


    West Brom 1-1 Reading

    Four minutes being added on.....

  8. Post update

    West Brom 1-1 Reading

    Matt Phillips tries his luck from a quickly taken free-kick for West Brom and almost hits the target.

    Rafael was at full stretch in Reading's goal but it flashed just wide of the post.

  9. GOAL: West Brom 1-1 Reading

    Kenneth Zohore (89 mins)

    And the new man in West Brom colours levels things up from the spot.

    Kenneth Zohore sends Rafael the wrong way and it's all square.


    West Brom 0-1 Reading

    Ovie Ejaria commits the foul and concedes a penalty for Reading.

    Filip Krovinovic the man brought down as he tried to unleash a shot.

  11. Post update

    West Brom 0-1 Reading

    West Brom corner with just over three minutes to go....

    Headed back into danger from the far post but doesn't fall to a Baggies player for the finish.

  12. Post update

    West Brom 0-1 Reading

    Charlie Austin

    But we're still going of course in the Black Country in the later kick-off.

    Ovie Ejaria's thumping goal for Reading is the difference but West Brom keep pushing for a leveller.

    Reading seem organised at the back though with seven minutes to go.


    Charlton 1-1 Nottm Forest

    Charlton and Nottingham Forest share the spoils in south-east London.

    The Addicks remain unbeaten at the start of the Championship season, while Forest have drawn two of their first four games.


    QPR 1-3 Swansea

    Swansea continue their fine start to the campaign under new boss Steve Cooper.

    The Swans are second on goal difference, with three wins and a draw from their first four in the Championship.

    They showed their class to respond after being pegged back to 1-1 midway through the second half.

    QPR are now three without a win since their opening day victory at Stoke.


    Cardiff City 2-1 Huddersfield Town

    It's Cardiff City's night as the Bluebirds' late winner devastates Huddersfield.

    Cardiff took a deserved lead in the early stages of the game with Joe Ralls' fine effort just outside the box.

    The goal kick-started Huddersfield into action and it wasn't long into the second-half when Trevoh Chalobah became the second person to net the ball for the Terriers this season.

    The equaliser gave Huddersfield hope as the game started to open up at both ends of the pitch.

    But with 24 shots, Cardiff fought back to snatch three points off of Huddersfield. It was super sub Junior Hoilett who scored in the 88th minute for Cardiff, the shot deflected off Tommy Elphick and past the hands of Kamil Grabara.

    The win is Cardiff's second victory of the season, seeing Neil Warnock's side move up to 12th position, whilst Huddersfield find themselves stuck in the relegation zone for another week.


    Leeds 1-0 Brentford

    Leeds v Brentford

    Leeds hang on and secure the win which takes the to the top of the Championship.

    The second-half introductions of Helder Costa and Eddie Nketiah provided the inspiration to net the winner.


    Fulham 4-0 Millwall

    A thumping win for the Whites in the London derby at Craven Cottage.

    A third straight victory for Fulham, whose defeat at Barnsley on the opening day seems a long time ago.

    Ivan Cavaleiro struck twice, with a goal apiece for Anthony Knockaert and Aleksandar Mitrovic.

  18. Post update

    West Brom 0-1 Reading

    So close to a West Brom equaliser.

    Kenneth Zohore looked odds-on to finish inside the Reading box as the ball broke to him, but his left-foot shot is bundled behind for a corner.

    Last 10 minutes.


    Preston 3-1 Stoke

    Nathan Jones

    More struggle for Stoke and Nathan Jones as their search for a win goes on.

    Preston clinical by contrast.

  20. Post update

    Leeds 1-0 Brentford

    Leeds v Brentford

    A last roll of the dice by Bees head coach Thomas Frank.

    Forward Emiliano Marcondes comes on for centre-back Ethan Pinnock.

    Almost into stoppage time at Elland Road.