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Championship round-up: Kalvin Phillips strike keep things tight at the top

Leeds, who denoted their centennial on Thursday, moved into second after a 1-0 triumph over Birmingham at Elland Road. Kalvin Phillips’ 65th moment objective, set up by Jack Harrison, demonstrated to be the champ. Marcelo Bielsa’s group sit behind just West Brom, who won 1-0 at Middlesbrough.

With a 1-1 draw against Barnsley at Oakwell, Swansea dropped two points and the opportunity to complete the day above Leeds and fourth-set Nottingham Forest, who play at Wigan on Sunday. Jordan Ayew’s 67th moment header put Swans ahead, just for Alex Mowatt to adjust three minutes after the fact.

QPR are up to fifth in the wake of beating the competition in a five-objective spine chiller at Hull that saw ten minutes of damage time. Eberechi Eze’s two punishments, the second coming in the 88th moment after he had been the assaulting player fouled, demonstrated definitive.

Preston dropped to 6th in the wake of losing 1-0 to Reading. Royals chief Mark Bowen got a success in first game in control with the American Matt Miazga scoring the victor from short proximity in the eighth moment of time included.

According to top online bookmakers Charlton are currently seventh, level on focuses with Preston, after a convincingly beating Derby 3-0. The Rams drop to fifteenth with weight developing on supervisor Phillip Cocu. Bristol City’s push for advancement – and their ten-coordinate unbeaten run – arrived at an end as they were beaten 3-0 at Luton, for whom Pelly-Ruddock Mpanzu opened the scoring before Harry Cornick scored the second and Ashley Williams put through his very own net for the third.

In the division’s lower comes to, Stoke moved from the foot of the table with a 1-0 win over Fulham, a second triumph in progression facilitating a portion of the questions around director Nathan Jones’ future at the Bet365 Stadium. Young person Tyrese Campbell’s first group objective demonstrated the distinction. Barnsley now possess the base crosspiece.

The rebound of the day came at Brentford, who restored themselves from two objectives down to beat Millwall 3-2 with three objectives over the most recent ten minutes. Josh Dasilva scored in the 84th moment, at that point Bryan Mbeumo evened out four minutes after the fact and after that contributed to Ollie Watkins’ victor four minutes into damage time.

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