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Live Reporting

James Law and Adam Williams

All times stated are UK

  1. Time to take a breath

    Tuesday's EFL action

    Watford celebrate

    Norwich could've won the Championship title, Sheffield Wednesday could've gone down and Hull could've sealed promotion from League One.

    But as it happens none of those key issues were resolved tonight.

    Join us tomorrow for live coverage of seven Championship games, with the play-off places and relegation fight both very much on the agenda.

  2. Post update

    Right then - after a marathon evening of ACTUAL FOOTBALL ACTION, we're almost done....


    Hull City 2-2 Sunderland

    And it's all over at the KCOM Stadium.

    Honours even after Hull twice come from behind thanks to Josh Magennis' headers.

    Sunderland came close to winning it in stoppage time, hitting the crossbar fom an Aiden O'Brien header.

    Hull not quite promoted yet, but they could seal it at the weekend.


    Results in from the late kick-offs in League One:

    • Peterborough United 0-1 Gillingham
    • Plymouth Argyle 0-6 Charlton Athletic
    • Fleetwood 0-2 Crewe
  5. Post update

    Peterborough United 0-1 Gillingham

    Also deep into added time in this one - EIGHT MINUTES IN FACT!

    Posh still unable to find a leveller.

  6. Post update

    Hull City 2-2 Sunderland

    Into added time and Sunderland denied by a good save from Matt Ingram from Aiden O'Brien's header.

  7. GOAL: Plymouth Argyle 0-6 Charlton Athletic

    Chuks Aneke (89 mins)

    Some performance this from Charlton!

    Chuks Aneke adds their sixth goal of the night.

    They will jump up to sixth a point ahead of seventh-placed Oxford and with two games in hand.

  8. Post update

    Peterborough United 0-1 Gillingham

    Second-placed Peterborough still trailing at home meanwhile as they move into the last five or so minutes there.

    A win for Hull now would put them not only on the cusp of automatic promotion but maybe the league title too.

  9. Post update

    Hull City 2-2 Sunderland

    Hull with a decent break down the left from Keane Lewis-Potter.

    He gets to the edge of the Sunderland box on the run but can't get the ball out of his feet for a clean shot and it's an easy gather for Lee Burge in goal.

    Just over 10 minutes to play.

  10. Post update

    Hull City 2-2 Sunderland

    Into the last 20 minutes and Lynden Gooch goes close to putting Sunderland back ahead.

    He drags an effort from inside the area just wide of the goal.

  11. GOAL: Hull City 2-2 Sunderland

    Josh Magennis (64 mins)

    Game back on at the KCOM Stadium.

    Josh Magennis draws Hull level again with another powerful header.

    Mallik Wilks once again the provider with the cross from the right which stood up beautifully for him to power home from 12 yards out.

  12. Post update

    Tuesday's EFL action

    Championship bottom six

    Derby's heavy defeat and a massive win for Sheffield Wednesday means the battle towards the bottom gets even more interesting going into the final stretch.

    A lot will depend on how third-bottom Rotherham get on in their three games in hand.

    Bottom side Wycombe could see their relegation confirmed later this week.

  13. Post update

    Tuesday's EFL action

    Championship top six

    Watford's win at promoted Norwich means the Canaries must wait to wrap up the Championship title.

    But more importantly for the Hornets, they know victory over Millwall on Saturday will see them return to the Premier League.

    That's because third-placed Swansea lost to QPR and Brentford, in fourth, could only draw with Cardiff.

  14. Post update

    In the meantime, let's get back to the evening's earlier Championship action and what that's done to the table...

  15. Charlton make it five!

    League One latest

    Charlton now 5-0 ahead at Plymouth as Liam Millar further underlines the Addicks' dominance.

    Hull still trail meanwhile against Sunderland, but even if they turn this one around and win, they can't be promoted this evening.

    That's because of Lincoln City's win earlier at Burton that has them level with Sunderland as things stand with a game in hand.

    Second-placed Peterborough United still trail at home to Gillingham.

  16. League Two headlines

    League leaders Cambridge United win 4-2 at Leyton Orient.

    Cheltenham Town in second and Bolton in third both win as well and both by 1-0 scorelines against Stevenage and Carlisle respectively.

    Morecambe in fourth keep up the pressure with a 3-0 win that almost sends Grimsby down.

    In the big Essex survival showdown, it was Colchester United who beat Southend United 2-0 to send the Shrimpers to the verge of the drop.

    Newport County keep up their play-off hopes with a 2-0 win against Crawley Town.

  17. League One headlines

    Still four fixtures going on, but from the matches which have finished here's some of the big stories:

    Managerless Swindon Town move off the bottom with a win against play-off contenders Portsmouth.

    Bristol Rovers slip to the bottom by losing at home to MK Dons.

    Rochdale give themselves a chance of survival by beating in form Blackpool while Northampton do the same with a 3-0 win against Ipswich.

    Wigan win once again as they get the better of Shrewsbury and so do AFC Wimbledon coming from behind to beat Oxford United.

    Lincoln City though will hope to capitalise on others around them dropping points after their win at Burton.


    Sheff Wed 1-0 Blackburn

    Sheffield Wednesday live to fight another day!

    They could have been relegated tonight but Josh Windass' deflected winner at Hillsborough and defeat for Derby means they join third-bottom Rotherham on 39 points - four behind the Rams - with three games remaining.

  19. Charlton at the double at Plymouth

    League One latest

    Charlton now cruising into a 4-0 lead early in the second half at Plymouth.

    A Kelland Watts own goal and Alex Gilbey's volley have come in quick succession.


    Swansea 0-1 QPR

    Lyndon Dykes' late winner for QPR all but ends Swansea's lingering automatic promotion hopes.

    Rangers move into eighth while the Swans remain third after that disappointing display.