Garry Monk a big winner following weekend's action as Sheffield Wednesday set for TRIPLE transfer boost - Championship winners and losers

It was an interesting weekend in the Championship – with Sheffield Wednesday returning to action in a 1-1 draw with Nottingham Forest.

Monday, 22nd June 2020, 11:30 am
Updated Monday, 22nd June 2020, 12:13 pm
The winners and losers from a packed weekend of Championship action

Here, we round-up the winners and losers from an action-packed midweek fixture list in the second-tier - including Marcelo Bielsa, Patrick Bamford, Jonathan Woodgate and more!

Click through the pages to see who shone and struggled this weekend - and don't forget to check back after next weekend's fixtures for more of the same.

Alan Browne said that he does not believe Preston North End deserve to be in the play-off places after his side suffered a late equaliser to Callum McManaman's Luton Town.

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The London club may have lost 1-0 to Barnsley but manager Warburton has been boosted by the news that midfielder Geoff Cameron is set to sign a contract extension for another season.
Pontus Jansson has thrown down the gauntlet ahead of West Brom trip to Griffin Park. "Of course we are looking for that [promotion] and if we can't reach the top two then we just need to switch on and prepare for the play-offs but I think we would just be stupid to not look at the top two."
The Latics duo both netted in a 2-0 win over Huddersfield Town. The result sees Wigan go three points clear of the relegation zone
Marcelo Bielsa says Cardiff City's 100% shot conversion rate in their 2-0 triumph over Leeds United was "not normal".
Ally McCoist has weighed in after Leeds United’s 2-0 loss to Cardiff: He said: “Everybody calm down! Cardiff ain’t a bad side, and there’s a rivalry there. There’s plenty of football to be played & I still fancy Leeds.”
The Leeds United striker had a bit of a nightmare for Leeds United against Cardiff City on Sunday. He managed just 22 touches in 90 minutes, one of which was to clear what would have been the opening goal for Leeds off Cardiff’s line! Nightmare.
Jonathan Woodgate paid tribute to the "outstanding" attacking trio of Rhian Brewster, Conor Gallagher and Andre Ayew after his Middlesbrough side were dismantled 3-0 by Swansea City. The North East club are one place above the relegation zone.
The immediate futures of three Sheffield Wednesday loanees Connor Wickham, Jacob Murphy and Alessio Da Cruz could well be wrapped up later today, according to Owls boss Garry Monk. Wednesday drew 1-1 with Nottingham Forest on Saturday.