BOLTON 1-0 ASTON VILLA
BRENTFORD 1-1 MIDDLESBROUGH
WOLVES 3-1 BURTON
LEEDS 1-2 SHEFF WED
SUNDERLAND 0-2 PRESTON
NORWICH 3-2 READING
SHEFF UTD 0-0 N FOREST
BIRMINGHAM 3-0 HULL
BRISTOL CITY 1-0 IPSWICH
BARNSLEY 0-2 MILLWALL
FULHAM 2-2 QPR
Norwich hold on despite some nervy moments in the second half. All their goals came in the first half, with headers by Mario Vrancic and Grant Hanley putting them 2-0 up before James Maddison's penalty made it 31 on 37 after Liam Kelly had scrambled one back for Reading. Sam Smith's fine volley on 51 hauled Reading back into the game, but they couldn't find a third and Jaap Stam's side remain in relegation trouble.
The Robins march towards the playoffs retains momentum as Milan Djuric's goal hands them a narrow victory over Ipswich at Ashton Gate.
A hard-fought draw at Griffin Park as Brentford are frustrated by a highly defensively-minded Boro side. Adama Traore broke the deadlock from 20 yards, before Lewis Macleod earned a point with his first goal since joining the Bees in 2015.
The Owls claim a late win at Elland Road thanks to Atdhe Nuhiu's double. Jay-Roy Grot thought he had earned Paul Heckingbottom's men a point with his first goal for the club, before Nuhiu stepped up to kill the game in the first minute of second-half stoppage time.
Nothing to separate these two sides as Jamal Blackman put in a Man of the Match display in the United goal to secure a point and frustrate Forest.
Wolves continue their push towards the Premier League as Helder Costa (15) and two goals from Benik Afobe (41, 56) seal a win that extends their lead to six points at the top of the Championship. Lloyd Dyer's goal on the stroke of half-time had pulled it back to 2-1, but Afobe's second on 56 ensured there would be no upset.
LEAGUE TWO UPDATE
Swindon have daylight now as they take a 3-1 lead at Cambridge. Marc Richards scoring again there. While Accrington are now 3-1 up against Forest Green. Another great day for the league leaders.
More woe for Sunderland as their 10-men slip to a sorry defeat at home. Second-half goals from Sean Maguire and Callum Robinson put Preston in control. Sunderland lost Jake Clarke-Salter to a red card in between the goals and the fans began their exodus well before the end of the game as Chris Coleman's side remain rooted to the foot of the table.
Birmingham give themselves a real boost in their fight for survival as two goals from Jota and one from Che Adams give them a convincing win at St Andrew's.
RED CARD! Romaine Sawyers hasn't been on the pitch very long but he's just been given his marching orders at Griffin Park! The midfielder clashes with Adama Traore and is given a second yellow card! That did look a little harsh, however...
LEAGUE ONE UPDATE
A late penalty by Graham Carey means that Plymouth now lead 3-2 against Bristol Rovers! Great comeback from Argyle.
GOAL! LEEDS 1-2 SHEFF WED (Nuhiu, 90+1)
Any Leeds relief at that equaliser has just gone out the window as Atdhe Nuhiu nets his second of the afternoon and surely the winner for the Owls!
Kermogant on for Reading and he makes an immediate impact with a powerful header, but Gunn is equal to it to preserve Norwich's slender advantage.
This should tell you who's had the best of today's game at Bramall Lane...
GOAL LEEDS 1-1 SHEFF WED (Grot, 86)
Jay-Roy Grot has picked the prime moment to score his first goal for Leeds! The substitute gets on the end of Hernandez's cross and nods over the line to level up the proceedings at Elland Road!
SAVE! Waghorn's corner almost creeps past Frank Fielding unchallenged, but the stopper reacts at the vital moment to push the danger away!
Rotherham 3-0 up at Northampton now. Looks like the Millers will be getting back to winning ways after back-to-back defeats.
WOLVES 3-1 BURTON
Neves picks out Costa with a delightful pass and the forward takes a touch before shooting, but Bywater does well to save at his feet.
SAVE! Darren Randolph might have just saved the game for Boro here as he tips Romaine Sawyers' powerful effort over the bar! What a chance that was...
Cheltenham hit back quickly to level the game against Chesterfield at 1-1, while Port Vale are level against Stevenage at 2-2.
Elsewhere, league leaders Accrington are in front against Forest Green! 2-1. And Carlisle and Crawley are now level at 2-2.
Forest still looking the most threatening here as Blackman is forced into a fine save to deny Ben Brereton from point-blank range before Jack Colback's effort is deflected behind for a corner.
Lewis Macleod goes off to a rapturous applause at Griffin Park and rightly so, he's been excellent for the Bees today. Around 15 minutes still to play in west London, but will either side be able to force a winner?
SNOW IN SHEFFIELD
Wycombe leading 2-0 at Barnet, Chesterfield have broken the deadlock at Cheltenham and Cambridge are back in the game at Swindon, but still trail 2-1.
BOLTON v ASTON VILLA TEAM NEWS
Bolton: Alnwick, Flanagan, Burke, Beevers, Taylor, Henry, Osede, Ameobi, Pratley, Buckley, Le Fondre
Subs: Howard, Vela, Noone, Robinson, Wilbraham, Wheater, Clough
Aston Villa: Johnstone, Elmohamady, Chester, Terry, Bree, Snodgrass, Hourihane, Bjarnason, Grealish, Adomah, Grabban
Subs: Bunn, Jedinak, Lansbury, Onomah, Davis, Hepburn-Murphy, Hogan
Rotherham 2-0 up now and cruising at Northampton. David Ball with the second for the Millers.
Elsewhere, Bury are back in the game at MK Dons but still trail 2-1.
GOAL! LEEDS 0-1 SHEFF WED (Nuhiu, 72)
Leeds just haven't been at the races of late and they've just been pegged back at Elland Road as Atdhe Nuhiu nets the first goal of the game! Reach glances Hunt's cross onto the post and Nuhiu pops up on the rebound to turn it home! Can Heckingbottom's men haul themselves back into contention?
Forest almost break and score on the counter following a slip from Evans, but Murphy shoots wide. Murphy had earlier drawn a good save from Blackman with a flicked effort.
Swindon 2-0 up and looking like they're heading towards victory at Cambridge, while Forest Green have pegged league leaders Accrington back to 1-1.
Elsewhere, Port Vale have pegged Stevenage back to 2-1.
GOAL! BRISTOL CITY 1-0 IPSWICH (Djuric, 64)
The Robins make the breakthrough and it's come through Milan Djuric, who heads home a Kelly cross from the left! Lee Johnson's men have had plenty of the ball, but it's taken until now to make it count...
BRISTOL CITY 0-0 IPSWICH
BIG CHANCE! How on earth are the Robins not in front here?! Pack's dipping effort from distance isn't held by Bialkowski and it falls perfectly for Djuric who tries to dink into the net, but he puts it over the bar!
GOAL! SUNDERLAND 0-2 PRESTON (Robinson, 60)
The locals are leaving in their droves. They've seen enough and Sunderland are going to remain rooted to the foot of the Championship. Having just lost Clarke-Salter to a second yellow card, they fall 2-0 down as Callum Robinson pops up at the back post and gets just enough on it to put Preston in full control in the north-east
Shrewsbury have turned it around! From a goal down they now lead 2-1 at Scunthorpe thanks to Jon Nolan and a Stefan Payne.
Elsewhere, two quick goals means that Oxford now lead Peterborough 2-1.
SUNDERLAND 0-1 PRESTON
RED CARD! Jake Clarke-Salter picks up a second yellow card and Sunderland are down to 10! The defender grabbed hold of a Preston player in the middle of the pitch and Sunderland's task, already difficult, just got that much harder.
GOAL! BIRMINGHAM 3-0 HULL (Jota, 59)
Today just gets better and better for Garry Monk's men! It's more terrible defending from the visitors as Jota is afforded the space to intercept a loose ball and slide a shot through the legs of the unfortunate McGregor. Not a good day at the office for the Tigers...
GOAL! WOLVES 3-1 BURTON (Afobe 53)
Wolves have their cushion again thanks to a very cool finish by Benik Afobe. Cavaleiro breaks into the box and looks to have lost his footing, but he just manages to get a toe on the ball and poke it to Afobe, who slots low into the corner from 12 yards. Lovely finish
Good spell for Forest and United keeper Blackman is twice called into action to deny Kieran Dowell and Daryl Murphy from close range.
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