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Rob Stevens and Deepak Mahay

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  1. Until tomorrow...


    That's it for our coverage of this evening's Championship games.

    But we'll be back with four more matches tomorrow.

    There's a ding-dong fixture in the race for the play-offs, with Preston hosting Derby.

    That game kicks off at 17:00 BST, with second-placed West Brom travelling to Sheffield Wednesday at 19:45.

    Do join us for those but until then, goodnight.

  2. Relegation fight heats up

    At the bottom, Barnsley's second win in three has lifted them off the bottom of the table and within a point of safety.

    Luton drop to the foot of the division but a creditable point at Leeds means the Hatters are two points from 21st place.

    Stoke are back in trouble after back-to-back defeats.

    Huddersfield go to Birmingham tomorrow, while Hull host Middlesbrough on Thursday.

    Championship bottom six
  3. How it stands

    Here's what this evening's results have done to the top six in the Championship.

    Leeds are four points ahead of West Brom, but the Baggies can cut that gap to a point if they win at Sheffield Wednesday tomorrow.

    Brentford keep the pressure on the top two with victory, and Fulham pick up a much-needed win to keep their hopes of automatic promotion alive.

    Top of Championship
  4. Tuesday's Championship headlines

    Brentford celebrate

    If you're just logging on, here's what happened in the Championship this afternoon and evening...

    • Brentford close gap to second to two points with 3-0 win at Reading
    • Leaders Leeds draw with bottom side Luton
    • Barnsley move off foot of table with 2-0 victory over Blackburn
    • Fulham shake off first-minute QPR goal to win 2-1
    • Stoke's relegation worries increase with big defeat at Wigan
    • Play-off hopefuls Millwall and Swansea draw - points also shared between Cardiff and Charlton
    Gerhard Struber
  5. Post update

    FT: Leeds 1-1 Luton

    Marcelo Bielsa

    Leeds' home form in the run in could be key if they want to get back into the top flight for the first time since 2004.

    Their final three fixtures at Elland Road are against teams battling relegation - Stoke, Barnsley and Charlton.

    Looks fairly easy on paper. Tonight proved there are no guarantees in the Championship though.


    Leeds 1-1 Luton


    It's all over at Elland Road. A frustrating night for the hosts in their quest for a return to the Premier League.

    Leeds go four points clear at the top of the Championship, and the Whites are now six points clear of third place.

    Marcelo Bielsa's men need a maximum of 13 more points to win promotion to the top flight.

    The draw is useful for Luton, who are now six unbeaten and two points from safety.

  7. Post update

    Leeds 1-1 Luton

    Deep into injury time, Hatters keeper Simon Sluga gathers a shot from outside the box by Luke Ayling.


    Wigan 3-0 Stoke

    Wigan make it three wins on the bounce and nine games unbeaten to just about seal their Championship safety.

    It's also an incredible seven clean sheets in a row.

    The Latics move up to 14th and are eighth points above the drop.

    But it's back-to-back defeats for Stoke leaving them just a point above the relegation zone. Worrying times if you're a Potters fan.

  9. Post update

    Leeds 1-1 Luton

    They are into six minutes of injury time in this game.

    Can Luton hold on to a precious point or will they be denied by the Championship leaders?

    The Hatters finish the 90 minutes by seeing Luke Bolton narrowly failing to get on the end of Harry Cornick's ball across the box.

  10. Post update

    Leeds 1-1 Luton

    About two minutes plus stoppages to go at Elland Road.

    Can Leeds find a late winner and go six points clear at the top of the Championship?

  11. Post update

    Leeds 1-1 Luton

    Patrick Bamford

    Leeds are still pressing to go ahead.

    Patrick Bamford loses his footing as he tries to get on the end of a ball in from Pablo Hernandez.

    The Ezgjan Alioski has a shot from 20 yards out deflected over by Matty Pearson.

    It's wave after wave of attacks from the hosts.

  12. Post update

    Leeds 1-1 Luton

    Luton goalscorer Harry Cornick goes into the referee's book for a late challenge on Leeds keeper Illan Meslier, who was trying to gather a back-header.

    At the other end, a first-time cross from Ezgjan Alioski finds Patrick Bamford, who fires into the side-netting.

    Fifteen minutes remain at Elland Road.


    Wigan 3-0 Stoke

    Triple sub from Stoke boss Michael O'Neill.

    Bruno Martins Indi, James Chester and Tommy Smith come on for Nathan Collins, Stephen Ward and Ryan Shawcross.

    They have to go for it now.

  14. Post update

    Leeds 1-1 Luton

    As we head into the final quarter of the game, Ezgjan Alioski spurns a chance to put Leeds ahead.

    The half-time sub, who set up Stuart Dallas' equalier, can't direct his back-post header on target and can only find the side-netting.

  15. GOAL: Wigan 3-0 Stoke

    Kal Naismith (68 mins)

    Kal Naismith

    Wow, what a strike!

    Kal Naismith has scored a belter straight after his first of the game, firing in from distance low into the bottom corner.

    This game and Wigan's safety in the Championship is looking good, can't say the same for Stoke, they are in trouble.

  16. Post update

    Leeds 1-1 Luton

    Luton boss Nathan Jones responds to that Leeds equaliser by making a double change.

    Luke Bolton and James Collins come on for Martin Cranie and Danny Hylton.

  17. GOAL: Wigan 2-0 Stoke

    Kal Naismith (65 mins)

    It's looking like three wins in a row for the Latics and another step closer to safety.

    Jamal Lowe's cross is spilled onto the under side of the bar by Stoke keeper Jack Butland and Kal Naismith taps it in.

    Awful error from the England man.

  18. GOAL: Leeds 1-1 Luton

    Stuart Dallas (63 mins)

    Marcelo Bielsa's side had been pressing hard to get back in the game, and they finally grab a goal.

    Ezgjan Alioski puts the ball into the box and Stuart Dallas shows composure to take a touch and place the ball past Simon Sluga into the bottom corner from 12 yards out.

    Relief for the Championship leaders at Elland Road.

    Stuart Dallas goal
  19. Post update

    Leeds 0-1 Luton

    Luton defender Cameron Carter-Vickers gets a yellow card for a foul on Patrick Bamford.

    That prompts another flurry of Leeds chances.

    Luke Ayling has his free-kick saved by Simon Sluga, the Hatters keeper stops the rebound from Ezgjan Alioski and then Helder Costa puts his follow-up effort into the side-netting.

    The Whites have half an hour to find an equaliser.

  20. Post update

    Leeds 0-1 Luton

    The Whites respond as Tyler Roberts hits a powerful strike at goal which is deflected.

    Luton keeper Simon Sluga is forced into a decent save, and then denies Jack Harrison as well.