Three home games played - three home games won. Job done at Vicarage Road again, for Watford.
They're up to third in the early-season Championship table.Copyright: .
Harry Wilson scores on his Cardiff debut against his former club to cancel out Dominic Solanke's opener.
The Cherries remain unbeaten in the league.
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In-form Ivan Toney's third consecutive brace earns Brentford all three points at Hillsborough.
It's now seven goals in four Championship games for the former Peterborough striker.
Plenty of action at both ends but, in the end, a fairly comfortable victory for Watford who climb to third in the Championship.
A poor QPR performance ends in defeat, as Preston take advantage with a penalty in each half, claiming a second straight away win.Copyright: Rex Features
The hosts' best effort of the game sees Albert Adomah hit the post - it's not their night tonight.
Honours even as 10-man Stoke remain unbeaten in their last four league games, while Barnsley are unable to take advantage to get their first three points of the season.
Five minutes have been added on at Hillsborough - can Sheffield Wednesday produce a late fightback?
Three minutes added on.
Can someone get the winner?
There'll be a minimum of five minutes of stoppage time at Vicarage Road.
They might be a man down but it's Stoke who are finishing the game stronger.
Harry Souttar has just gone close with a header from a free-kick but it goes wide as we enter four minutes of added time.
QPR still haven't been able to mount up any real pressure, as they enter the final minute of normal time.Copyright: Rex Features
Cameron Dawson saves well from Josh Dasilva, as Brentford look the more likely to add another goal.
There are around seven minutes of the 90 remaining at Hillsborough, where Brentford have been the better side and they appear to be closing in on a second straight win, after beating Coventry 2-0 on Saturday.Copyright: Rex Features
Callum Brittain on his Barnsley debut drives into the area and gets a shot off but Adam Davies does well with a smart save.
The Tykes are making that extra man count and are pressing for that goal but it remains all square.
With 10 minutes to go, QPR have not had a single shot on target yet.
After a quick move, Watford's Ismaila Sarr is denied from close range by a good low save and then he attempts an acrobatic scissor kick from the rebound, from a tight angle, but he can't find the net.Copyright: Rex Features
Dominic Solanke should score.
The cross comes in and the Bournemouth striker sends a header wide from close range.
If it stays like this it'll be a second away win on the bounce for Preston, who look to be in control with less than 20 minutes left.