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Live Reporting

By Adam Williams, James Law and Gary Smee

All times stated are UK

  1. And that's that!

    Randolph

    Well, with no late game today, there ends the live action this Saturday across the EFL.

    Plenty of decent headlines in all three divisions and some tasty looking games with goals aplenty.

    You can find out how your side in more detail if you check out our match reports from all three divisions throughout this evening.

    Don't forget - we'll be back with more from the Championship on Sunday lunchtime with the two games in Yorkshire.

    Both of those should be entertaining affairs. Until then - thanks for being with us!

  2. West Yorkshire v South Yorkshire

    Sunday's Championship action

    Danny Cowley

    We didn't want to say this earlier but Sunday arguably sees the tastiest of this weekend's Championship fixtures.

    First up there's the battle of the new managers as Danny Cowley's Huddersfield host Garry Monk's Sheffield Wednesday.

    Then Marcelo Bielsa's Leeds know they will go top of the table if they can win at near-neighbours Barnsley.

    We'll have all the action from 11:30 BST.

  3. Iron end long losing streak

    Full-time headlines in League Two

    Paul Hurst
    • Scunthorpe win for first time in 17 matches with 3-0 victory over Morecambe to move off bottom
    • Stevenage drop to foot of table after defeat by Carlisle in Mark Sampson's first game in charge
    • Exeter stay top after snatching stoppage-time draw against Leyton Orient
    • Swindon climb to second after 3-0 win over Macclesfield
  4. New era, same result for Bolton

    Full-time headlines in League One

    Bolton concede
    • Bolton thumped 6-1 at Rotherham in first game under new ownership and new boss Keith Hill
    • Bolton concede five or more goals for fourth league game in a row
    • Southend earn first point of season with 3-3 draw against Fleetwood
    • Free-scoring Peterborough thrash Rochdale 6-0
    • Coventry go top of tight division after goalless draw at Burton
    • Previous leaders Wycombe slip to third following defeat at Gillingham
  5. Tight at the top

    Swansea stay top despite that defeat by Nottingham Forest.

    But it means a Leeds victory at Barnsley on Sunday will see them climb to the summit.

    Bristol City's fine start to the campaign continued with a win at bottom side Stoke. They're up to third.

    Championship
  6. FULL-TIME

    Charlton Athletic 0-1 Birmingham City

    Jude Bellingham the headline maker with the only goal of the game.

    The 16-year-old netted in the second half of his full debut for Blues and Charlton's unbeaten run goes.

    Their first home league defeat since last October in League One when Coventry came away with all three points.

  7. FULL-TIME

    Middlesbrough 1-0 Reading

    Marvin Johnson's curling free-kick the difference in this one as Boro do manage to hold on to a lead for once.

  8. FULL-TIME

    Hull City 2-2 Wigan Athletic

    Honours even at the KCOM Stadium.

    Wigan went ahead, then Hull turned it around with two quick first-half goals before the Latics showed fight to draw level in the second half.

  9. FULL-TIME

    Preston 2-0 Brentford

    A goal in each half from Sean Maguire and Tom Barkhuizen sees Preston continue their good form.

    Brentford had a spell in the second half but their inability to defend has cost them, giving the hosts two easy finishes to settle the game.

  10. FULL-TIME

    Blackburn Rovers 2-0 Millwall

    A goal in either half does the job for Blackburn with strikes from Derrick Williams and Bradley Dack.

  11. FULL-TIME

    Stoke 1-2 Bristol City

    It started so well but 10-man Stoke are beaten and Nathan Jones has that sinking feeling again...

    Sam Clucas' opener was followed by a red card for Joe Allen, and though Stoke initially coped well they were eventually broken down.

    City levelled through Famara Diedhiou and a Tom Edwards own goal sees them leave with the spoils.

  12. FULL-TIME

    QPR 3-2 Luton

    QPR hang on after a thrilling Luton comeback!

    Mark Warburton's side were 3-0 up inside 28 minutes, but the Hatters rallied and in the end were perhaps a bit hard done by to leave London with nothing.

  13. FULL-TIME

    Swansea 0-1 Nottingham Forest

    The Championship leaders are beaten after a great away display from Forest!

    Alfa Semedo's tap-in settled matters but the visitors were good value for the points, restricting Swansea to just one shot on target.

  14. Southend equalise again!

    League One latest

    It could well be a first point of the season for Southend United.

    Stephen Humphrys makes it 3-3 against Fleetwood at Roots Hall.

  15. Post update

    QPR 3-2 Luton

    The free-kick goes into the wall and QPR survive.

    But they're very much limping to the finish line here.

  16. INJURY TIME

    Charlton Athletic 0-1 Birmingham City

    Also five minutes being added on at the end of the 90 at The Valley.

    Can Charlton rescue this and keep their unbeaten run alive?

    But Lee Bowyer the Addicks manager is sent to the stands with a red card while Pep Clotet his opposite number sees a yellow.

  17. YELLOW CARD

    QPR 3-2 Luton

    Grant Hall is booked for QPR for a foul just outside the area.

    A chance for Luton here - they are set-piece specialists...

  18. INJURY TIME

    Middlesbrough 1-0 Reading

    Five minutes being added on at the Riverside...

  19. INJURY TIME

    Swansea 0-1 Nottingham Forest

    Swansea have four minutes of stoppage time to avoid a first league defeat under Steve Cooper...

  20. Forest get their reward

    Swansea 0-1 Nottingham Forest

    Gareth Vincent

    BBC Sport Wales at the Liberty Stadium

    Nottingham Forest have finally taken the lead and Swansea cannot say they have not deserved it.

    Swansea have not got going today and as a result their unbeaten start looks to be coming to an end.

    Ironically, the goal came just as it began to look like Forest would sit back and settle for a point.

    But with Swansea throwing men forward, Lewis Grabban led a sharp counter and sub Semedo tapped home.