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Live Reporting

Matt Newsum, Jay Freeman and Deepak Mahay

All times stated are UK

  1. Farewell for now


    And so ends another Saturday in the English Football League with Norwich leading the way at the summit of the Championship.

    It sure is good to have domestic football back after the international break and the fixtures are coming thick and fast this term.

    We'll be back for a midweek programme of football across the EFL in just a few days' time.

    But for now, thank you for joining us.

  2. Rams continue to prop up table

    Championship table

    Bottom six of the Championship

    Tough viewing for East Midlanders, as Derby are bottom of the pile, and Nottingham Forest aren't much further above them.

    Wycombe's point against Brentford was a good one, but keeps them mired among the stragglers, but defeats for Sheffield Wednesday and Rotherham mean Barnsley fans enjoy Saturday night supremacy so far as it goes for South Yorkshire clubs in the Championship.

  3. Canaries chirping at the top

    Championship table

    Top six Championship

    It's all change at the top as the leaders are unseated, with Norwich and Bournemouth climbing into the automatic places.

    Reading' loss sent them down to sixth from first, while QPR's equaliser from Ilias Chair denied Watford their own place at the top.

  4. League Two full-time headlines


    • League leaders Newport grab an injury time winner against 10-man Port Vale.
    • Tranmere thrash Grimsby 5-0 with four of their goals coming in the first half.
    • Barrow and Scunthorpe both concede in added time to draw in their games.
    • Cheltenham, Oldham, Leyton Orient, Salford, and Bolton all recorded wins in their respective games.
  5. League One full-time headlines


    • Hull City go top after 3-1 win at MK Dons, Josh Magennis scoring twice.
    • Peterborough lose top spot after Gary Madine's last-minute winner gives Blackpool victory at London Road.
    • Jack Lankaster scores 97th-minute winner as Ipswich come from behind to beat Shrewsbury.
    • Portsmouth and Fleetwood both record big home wins.
    • Doncaster equalise in stoppage time to hold Sunderland to draw.
  6. Championship full-time headlines


    Norwich celebrate
    • Norwich go top of the Championship in a controversial game against Middlesbrough that saw both sides awarded penalties
    • Bristol City move third with win against Derby, Swansea's 1-0 win against Rotherham sends them fourth
    • Watford miss chance to go top after drawing 1-1 with QPR; Stoke play out seven-goal thriller to beat Huddersfield
    • Preston defeat 10-man Sheff Wed 1-0, Cardiff come from behind to draw 1-1 with Millwall, Luton draw 1-1 with Blackburn
    • Barnsley leave it late to beat Nottm Forest 2-0, Wycombe v Brentford goalless

    Middlesbrough 0-1 Norwich

    Norwich top the Championship after victory over Middlesbrough - all thanks to Teemu Pukki's coolly-taken penalty.

    The Teessiders had their own penalty attempt ruled out for a Marcus Tavernier double-touch.


    Stoke 4-3 Huddersfield

    A frantic seven-goal game at the Bet 365 Stadium comes to an end and Stoke take the three points.

    Huddersfield keeper Joel Pereira won't want to watch this one back.


    Wycombe 0-0 Brentford

    Eventful game at Adams Park but no-one could break the deadlock.

    Points shared by the Chairboys and Bees.


    Preston 1-0 Sheff Wed

    Sheffield Wednesday had their work cut out after Josh Windass' earlier red card and Preston seal victory courtesy of Tom Barkhuizen's strike.


    Barnsley 2-0 Nott'm Forest

    Big win for the Tykes thanks to two late goals from Callum Styles and Cauley Woodrow.

    Barnsley's amazing record continues under Valerien Ismael.


    QPR 1-1 Watford

    Watford miss the chance to go top of the Championship as QPR snatch a point thanks to a fine second half display.


    Swansea 1-0 Rotherham

    Swansea make it three wins in a row at the Liberty Stadium as Matt Grimes' goal was enough to take all three points despite a spirited second half performance from Rotherham.


    Millwall 1-1 Cardiff

    The points are shared at the Den.

    Kieffer Moore cancels out Matt Smith's opener for the home side.

    It's now no wins in the last four games for Millwall.

  15. Post update

    Millwall 1-1 Cardiff

    Almost a winner for Cardiff but Joe Bennett sees his header cleared off the line.



    Luton 1-1 Blackburn

    All over at Kenilworth Road and Blackburn rescue a point against Luton.


    Bristol City 1-0 Derby

    Wayne Rooney, Liam Rosenior, Shay Given and former Derby youth coach Justin Walker make a losing start to life as Derby interim bosses.

    Famara Diedhiou's goal enough to earn Bristol City a big win, they go third pending other results.

    Bristol City celebrate
  18. Post update

    Swansea 1-0 Rotherham

    Rotherham go close again.

    Angus MacDonald unleashes a strike but it goes narrowly over the bar

    We're into five minutes of added time.

  19. Post update

    QPR 1-1 Watford

    That would have been an incredible way for QPR to seal a comeback win against Watford, but it won't count.

    Lyndon Dykes latches on to a clever cross into the box and handles it into the net.

    He's shown a yellow card for his trouble and the goal, understandably, won't be given.

  20. Post update

    Millwall 1-1 Cardiff

    Five minutes of added time.

    Who can find a winner?