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By Rob Stevens and Ian Woodcock

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  1. Goodbye


    Grady Diangana

    That is it for our coverage of today's EFL action.

    West Brom sit top of the Championship overnight, but Nottingham Forest could replace them if they win handsomely at Wigan Athletic tomorrow at 14:00 BST.

    There will be live text coverage of that game - make sure you join us then.

    Until next time, goodbye.

  2. Royals out of drop zone

    Bottom of Championship

    And here is what it looks like at the bottom of the second tier.

    Reading move out of the bottom three as Matt Miazga's 98th-minute goal against Preston gives Mark Bowen victory in his first game in charge.

    Huddersfield slip into the relegation zone after drawing at Blackburn in the early kick-off.

    Stoke have moved off the bottom of the table courtesy of their win at home against Fulham.

    Bottom of Championship
  3. Baggies stretch lead at top


    Here is what today's results have done to the top of the Championship.

    West Brom have carved out a two-point lead after winning at Middlesbrough, while Leeds United move into the automatic promotion places with victory in their centenary match.

    QPR are into the play-offs with their sixth win in eight league games, while Charlton are level on points with sixth-placed Preston.

    Championship table
  4. League Two headlines

    • Crewe score two late goals to beat Swindon 3-1 and retain top spot in League Two.
    • Bradford City hold on for a 2-1 home win over Crawley to go second.
    • Forest Green blow a 2-0 lead over Mansfield to draw 2-2 and slip to sixth.
    • Cambridge thump promotion hopefuls Exeter City 4-0, while Leyton Orient win by the same scoreline at Grimsby Town.
  5. League One headlines

    Phil Parkinson
    • Phil Parkinson's first game as Sunderland boss ends in defeat as second-placed Wycombe claim victory over the Black Cats.
    • Paddy Madden grabs a hat-trick for Fleetwood to give them a 4-1 win over Burton Albion.
    • In-form Peterborough and Oxford claim 2-1 away wins at Gillingham and Rotherham respectively.
    • AFC Wimbledon continue their resurgence under Glyn Hodges as an injury-time goal gives them victory over Portsmouth
  6. Championship headlines

    West Brom
    • West Bromwich Albion extend their lead at the Championship as Hal Robson-Kanu gives the Baggies victory over Middlesbrough.
    • High-flying Leeds edge to victory over Birmingham, while QPR overcome Hull to move into the play-off places.
    • Stoke City earn a stunning 2-0 win over Fulham to move off the bottom of the table, while Brentford mount a late come-back to beat Millwall 3-2.

    Barnsley 1-1 Swansea

    Barnsley v Swansea

    The full-time whistle finally goes at Oakwell, where it ends all square.


    Brentford 3-2 Millwall

    A full-bloodied London derby ends with an incredible comeback.

    From 2-0 down in the 83rd minute, Brentford come out with all three points,

    Millwall fans will be sick to their stomachs.


    Hull City 2-3 QPR

    Two second-half penalties from Ebere Eze are enough as QPR see out 10 minutes of stoppage time at Hull City.

    Victory in East Yorkshire sees the R's go sixth.


    Reading 1-0 Preston

    That's it at the Madejski Stadium.

    Reading have their first win in seven league games and end Preston's eight-match unbeaten run.

  11. GOAL: Reading 1-0 Preston

    Matt Miazga (90+8 mins)

    A striker from Jordan Obita is parried away by Declan Rudd.

    There is defender Matt Miazga to turn the ball home.

    Not long to go for the Royals to hold on and give new gaffer Mark Bowen a debut victory.

  12. GOAL: Brentford 3-2 Millwall

    Ollie Watkins (90+4 mins)


    Brentford complete the comeback and will take the three points.

    Substitute Bryan Mbeumo sets it up, squaring for top scorer Ollie Watkins to tap in and net his eighth of the season.

    The home fans won't see many more dramatic games than this in the final season at Griffin Park.

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    Luton 3-0 Bristol City

    Luton v Bristol City

    There's the final whistle, too. Excellent win for Luton.

  14. GOAL: Hull City 2-3 QPR

    Josh Magennis (90+4 mins)

    Late hope for the hosts?

    The Northern Ireland international grabs his first league goal for the Tigers.

  15. GOAL: Luton 3-0 Bristol City

    Ashley Williams OG (90+5 mins)

    And that's that for Luton!

    Ashley Williams slides past his own goalkeeper to give the Hatters a thumping win over high-flying Bristol City, whose unbeaten run comes to an end.


    Charlton 3-0 Derby

    Charlton pick up a first win in three after outclassing Derby County at The Valley.


    Stoke 2-0 Fulham

    Stoke v Fulham

    It's back-to-back league wins for Stoke for the first time since October 2018.

    Fulham's six-match unbeaten run is over.


    Leeds 1-0 Birmingham

    Leeds celebrate their 100th birthday with a battling win over Birmingham thanks to a powerful finish from local boy Kalvin Phillips.

  19. Post update

    Reading 0-0 Preston

    There will be seven minutes of added time at the Madejski Stadium.

    Can the Royals give Mark Bowen the perfect start as manager?

  20. Post update

    Leeds 1-0 Birmingham

    Blues centre-half Harlee Dean chips up a cross to the back post but Kristian Pedersen can't direct it on target with the goal at his mercy.