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Tom Garry

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  1. Leeds go top of the pile

    FT: Reading 0-1 Leeds

    Leeds top

    And here's confirmation that Leeds are top, while Fulham have moved up to second and Swansea are up to fifth.

    The Leeds fans who went to the Madejski will enjoy their trip back up the M1 tonight.

    Can their side stay top? West Brom will have a say in that tomorrow night.

    So we'll see you again tomorrow... Good night.

  2. Luton move out of the bottom three

    FT: Luton 2-1 Charlton


    Here's what Luton's win has done to the bottom section of the table, lifting them above Middlesbrough and Wigan, who drew at Millwall.

    Stoke stay 23rd with their loss at Cardiff.

  3. League Two round-up

    There were no goals in the fourth tier's two games tonight, meaning second-placed Forest Green and third-placed Crewe both miss the chance to go top, after their meeting at the New Lawn.

    But Cheltenham - who drew 0-0 at Grimsby - climb up to fifth and still have a game in hand on the leading promotion contenders.

  4. League One round-up

    There were boos at the Stadium of Light as Sunderland were beaten 2-1 at home against Burton Albion, while Portsmouth won a five-goal cracker against Rotherham, who missed the chance to go third.

    But in the big game at the top, where second-placed Ipswich hosted leaders Wycombe, it was goalless.

    That brings an end to Wanderers' four-game winning run in the league, but they were grateful that Luke Chambers' first-half 'goal' for Ipswich was controversially disallowed.

  5. FT: Reading 0-1 Leeds

    That's four wins in a row for Marcelo Bielsa's side and seven without defeat.


    Reading 0-1 Leeds

    Reading v Leeds

    A big goal with three minutes to go and a big win for Leeds, the new Championship leaders.

  7. Post update

    Reading 0-1 Leeds

    There'll be a minimum of three added minutes at the Madejski Stadium.

  8. Ipswich-Wycombe ends goalless

    League One

    The big top-of-the-table clash at Portman Road ends goalless, with Joe Jacobson's late penalty miss for Wycombe proving rather costly.

  9. Post update

    Reading 0-1 Leeds

    This would lift Leeds to the top of the table tonight.

  10. GOAL: Reading 0-1 Leeds

    Jack Harrison (87 mins)


    A late goal for Leeds! Jack Harrison is there to meet Helder Costa's deep cross at the far post with a header that sends the away fans wild.


    Fulham 3-0 Derby

    Job done for Fulham, and in style. They've won three games in a row and climb to third in the Championship.

    Derby have lost a fourth consecutive away game, failing to win on their travels in the league since the opening round of fixtures.


    Huddersfield 1-1 Swansea

    The hosts end the game with 10 men but both teams end the game with one point.


    Millwall 2-2 Wigan

    Matt Smith

    Twice Wigan led, twice Millwall equalised, and it ends all square at The Den.


    Luton 2-1 Charlton

    Luton have done it! They're out of the relegation zone as their five-match losing run ends with a comeback victory.

  15. Sunderland beaten by Burton

    League One


    The full-time whistle has gone at the Stadium of Light, where Burton have beaten Sunderland.

    At Portman Road, meanwhile, we're into six minutes of added time.


    Cardiff 1-0 Stoke

    Cardiff have won Neil Harris' first home game in charge of the club.

    Michael O'Neill's visitors are beaten, ending his winning start as manager of the Potters.

  17. Post update

    Luton 2-1 Charlton

    They're in to stoppage time at Kenilworth Road now, with Luton on the verge of ending their miserable five game losing run.

  18. GOAL: Fulham 3-0 Derby

    Tom Cairney (89)

    Game, set and match for Fulham. They're going third in the table.

    With all the time in the world on the edge of the box, Aleksandar Mitrovic unselfishly lays the ball off for Tom Cairney to make it three.


    League One


    It's saved! Ipswich goalkeeper Tomas Holy is the hero, keeping out the Wycombe penalty to keep the game goalless.

  20. Post update

    Reading 0-0 Leeds

    Leeds go close again and once again it's Stuart Dallas, but this time he volleys in to the side-netting from a tight angle at the far post.

    There are around 12 minutes to go in this one, which kicked off at 20:00 GMT.