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Live Reporting

By Rob Stevens, Gary Smee and Deepak Mahay

All times stated are UK

  1. Until next time

    Cardiff v Swansea (Sunday, 12:00 GMT)

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

    West Brom and Leeds are having a bit of a mid-season stutter at the top of the Championship, with both sides failing to win today.

    Wycombe fell off the top of League One as well, after losing 4-0 at Sunderland.

    But in League Two leaders Swindon held their nerve to beat Crewe and remain three points clear.

    That is almost it for the EFL weekend, but remember there is a south Wales derby tomorrow lunchtime.

    Thanks for joining us.

  2. Get Involved

    #bbcefl

    Krupalu Gharekhan: The annual Leeds United collapse is here! Earlier in the football season this year. Will just about get into the play-offs by May I think!

    Ouch.

  3. Forest Green win seven-goal thriller

    League Two full-time headlines

    Forest Green
    • Forest Green win 4-3 thriller at Mansfield with goal in sixth minute of added time
    • Swindon stay top with 3-1 win over Crewe
    • Cheltenham into automatic promotion places with victory over Walsall
    • Stevenage drop to bottom of table after home defeat by Port Vale
    • Morecambe move off foot with draw against Colchester
  4. Rotherham go top

    League One full-time headlines

    Rotherham
    • Rotherham go top after 3-1 win at Oxford United
    • Sunderland thump former leaders Wycombe 4-0
    • Ipswich break long winless streak with 4-1 win over Accrington
    • Bottom side Bolton lose at rivals Rochdale
    • Southend pick up 10th point of season with goalless draw against Tranmere
  5. Post update

    Let's have a look at what happened in League One and League Two...

  6. Tykes back in business

    How it stands

    Barnsley are the only winners in the bottom six this afternoon.

    The Tykes move up to 22nd and are now a point from safety, dragging Huddersfield back into a bit of bother with a 2-1 win over the Terriers.

    That is decent work from the Oakwell side, who went 17 games without a win between August and November.

    Bottom of Championship
  7. Baggies back on top

    How it stands

    Here is how the top of the Championship looks after today's action.

    West Brom are back at the summit of the second tier, with Leeds dropping to second.

    Marcelo Bielsa's side are now six points ahead of third-placed Brentford, who beat local rivals QPR 3-1 in the early kick-off.

    Top of Championship
  8. Championship full-time headlines

    Leeds dismay
    • West Brom go back to the top of the table after drawing 2-2 at Charlton, but the Baggies are now five without a win
    • Leeds United drop to second after conceding two late goals in the Yorkshire derby at home against Sheffield Wednesday, who win 2-0 and move back into the play-off places
    • Fulham are up to fourth, seven points off automatic promotion, following a 1-0 win at Hull - but the Whites lost Aleksandar Mitrovic to injury
    • Barnsley hold on to beat Huddersfield 2-1 and are now a point away from safety
  9. FULL-TIME

    Reading 1-1 Nottingham Forest

    Goals in the sixth and seventh minutes of injury time and the game ends all square at the Madejski Stadium.

    Madness.

  10. FULL-TIME

    Barnsley 2-1 Huddersfield

    The home side took the lead after goals from Alex Mowatt and Conor Chaplin but Lewis O'Brien got one back for Huddersfield with a magnificent strike.

    That's five wins in ten for Barnsley who held on for all three points.

  11. FULL-TIME

    Hull 0-1 Fulham

    Fulham keep pace with the rest of the play-off pack as Ivan Cavaleiro's first-half strike is enough for a win at Hull.

    Marek Rodak made a late save to deny Jarrod Bowen an equaliser, before Alfie Mawson then blocked Tom Eaves' follow-up

    However, the Whites will have concerns over top scorer Aleksandar Mitrovic, who went off injured late on.

  12. FULL-TIME

    Charlton 2-2 West Brom

    West Brom just get a point at Charlton, despite twice taking the lead.

    The Baggies are now five without a win but a draw is enough to put them back on top of the Championship.

  13. FULL-TIME

    Blackburn 1-1 Preston

    All square in this Lancashire derby.

    Adam Armstrong gave Rovers an early lead but Josh Harrop leveled things up with a superb volley.

    Both sides end runs of back to back defeats with this draw.

  14. GOAL: Reading 1-1 Nottingham Forest

    Tobias Figueiredo OG (90 + 7 mins)

    Ridiculous.

    The latest of late goals rescues a point for Reading.

    Tobias Figueiredo puts the ball into his own net in the SEVENTH minute of added time.

    It's the last kick of the game.

  15. FULL-TIME

    Luton 1-2 Birmingham

    The Blues see the game out with 10 men to record their first win in seven league games.

    Rock-bottom Luton are now seven Championship games without a win themselves.

  16. GOAL: Reading 0-1 Nottingham Forest

    Ben Watson (90 + 6 mins)

    Wow.

    Nottingham Forest have snatched it in the sixth minute of injury time!

    Captain Ben Watson pokes the ball in after a mass scramble in the box.

  17. FULL-TIME

    Wigan 0-2 Bristol City

    Big three points for Bristol City.

    Late goals from Jamie Paterson and Famara Diedhiou send Lee Johnson's men within a point of the play-offs.

    Wigan remain in the relegation zone.

  18. FULL-TIME

    Stoke 0-0 Millwall

    Millwall boss Gary Rowett gets a point from his return to former club Stoke City.

    The Lions ended with 10 men after Shaun Williams was sent off late on.

    Stoke's Tyrese Campbell came closest to getting a winner.

  19. FULL-TIME

    Leeds 0-2 Sheff Wed

    Sheffield Wednesday grab all three points at Elland Road with two late goals.

    Leeds drop to second in the Championship.

  20. FULL-TIME

    Middlesbrough 2-2 Derby

    Derby rescue a point at the Riverside through Duane Holmes' superb injury-time leveler.

    Boro who won their last four games remain in 16th while the Rams are just below in 17th.