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Live Reporting

Ian Woodcock, Josef Rindl and Laura Savvas

All times stated are UK

  1. See ya!

    #bbcefl

    Cardiff City

    Plenty of theatrics tonight.

    Be sure to join us at the earlier time of 17:15 GMT tomorrow for that mouth-watering fixture between Norwich and Brentford.

    Until then, have a great night and stay safe all!

  2. Norwich v Brentford: Farke aware of 'momentum change'

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    Daniel Farke

    What a game we've got tomorrow as league-leaders Norwich host second-placed Brentford.

    Daniel Farke has told BBC Radio Norfolk about the dangers of a "momentum change" in the Championship.

    Our friend Ged Scott has a great preview ahead of that clash. Give it a read here.

  3. Tomorrow's Championship matches

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    The Championship games continue with some tasty fixtures on Wednesday:

    • Norwich City v Brentford (17:30 GMT)
    • Queens Park Rangers v Barnsley (19:00 GMT)
    • Watford v Wycombe Wanderers (19:00 GMT)
    • Bristol City v AFC Bournemouth (19:45 GMT)
    • Sheffield Wednesday v Rotherham United (19:45 GMT)
    • Stoke City v Swansea City (20:15 GMT)
  4. Championship top six

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    Quick look at the top of the table.

    That win for Reading means the Royals stay fifth, now just six points off the top two.

    And Cardiff's 4-0 victory means they leapfrog Bournemouth and Barnsley into the final play-off spot. The Tykes and Cherries are both in action tomorrow.

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  5. Championship full-time headlines

    • Cardiff are unbeaten in 10 and have moved back into the top six after thumping Derby 4-0.
    • Reading strengthen their place in fifth with a narrow 1-0 win over out-of-sorts Blackburn.
    • Millwall edge closer to the play-off places thanks to a last-minute winner from Mason Bennett to win 2-1 against Preston.
    • Middlesbrough came from a goal behind to win 2-1 away to Coventry, after an early own goal from Anfernee Dijksteel.
    • Luton secured back-to-back league wins after a 1-0 win away to Nottingham Forest.
    • Strugglers Huddersfield and Birmingham shared the points in a 1-1 draw.
  6. FULL-TIME

    Reading 1-0 Blackburn

    Reading 1-0 Blackburn

    Reading strengthen their position in fifth place thanks to George Puscas' first-half goal.

    Blackburn are now winless in seven.

  7. Post update

    Reading 1-0 Blackburn

    That was the chance for Blackburn!

    Adam Armstrong gets across his man at the near post but can only send his volley past the post.

  8. Post update

    Reading 1-0 Blackburn

    We're into four minutes of stoppage time.

    Can Blackburn find a late equaliser?

  9. Post update

    Reading 1-0 Blackburn

    Heading into the last couple of minutes.

    It's going to be seven games without a win for Blackburn and their play-off hopes look to be done and dusted.

  10. SUBSTITUTION

    Reading 1-0 Blackburn

    Rading v Blackburn

    Blackburn make their final two subs as Tom Trybull and Amari'i Bell make way for John Buckley and Barry Douglas.

    Reading bring on Tomas Esteves for Michael Olise.

  11. Post update

    Reading 1-0 Blackburn

    ANOTHER chance for Blackburn.

    Ben Brereton drifts in off the left and hits a dipping 20 yarder that Rafael Cabral makes a bit of a mess of but the Royals defence get it away.

  12. Post update

    Reading 1-0 Blackburn

    Chance for the visitors!

    The hosts half-clear a Rovers attack but the ball is recycled back out to Stewart Downing on the left and his deep cross is headed wide at the back post by skipper Darragh Lenihan.

    Ten minutes to go here.

  13. Post update

    Reading 1-0 Blackburn

    Hmmm...

    Blackburn goalkeeper Thomas Kaminksi collects a long ball right on the edge of the area and he steps outside the area with the ball in his hands. Whether the ball goes outside the area I'm not sure but the hosts are awarded a free-kick.

    Kaminski makes a routine catch from Michael Olise's set-piece.

  14. FULL-TIME

    Nottingham Forest 0-1 Luton

    They've done it, Ryan Tunnicliffe's goal is the difference!

    Luton are just seven points off the play-offs.

    Luton players celebrate
  15. Post update

    Nottingham Forest 0-1 Luton

    Another minute ticks by without any action. Around 120 seconds left.

  16. INJURY TIME

    Nottingham Forest 0-1 Luton

    Three minutes added on. We've had plenty of late drama already this evening, time for another twist?

    Luton haven't won at the City Ground for 38 years. It's backs to the wall now.

  17. SUBSTITUTION

    Nottingham Forest 0-1 Luton

    And another Luton change as the Hatters look to run down the clock.

    James Bree replaces Harry Cornick. I make that 87 minutes.

  18. SUBSTITUTION

    Reading 1-0 Blackburn

    Reading bring on Tom McIntyre for Lucas Joao and Blackburn take off Liverpool loanee Harvey Elliott for Tyrhys Dolan.

  19. Post update

    Reading 1-0 Blackburn

    Some neat approach play involving Harvey Elliott and Bradley Dack nearly opens things up but a lucky bounce of the ball sees it land in home goalkeeper Rafael Cabral's hands.

  20. Post update

    Nottingham Forest 0-1 Luton

    Five minutes left. Luton haven't been troubled much in the second half.