Sheffield Wednesday beat Nottingham Forest 3-0 on Tuesday.
Here, we round-up the winners and losers from another entertaining and action packed midweek in the second tier. Scroll and click through the pages to see who shone and struggled in Championship...
Bamford was one of our losers on Saturday for his sitters at Birmingham but theres no writing him off this time after his brace secured a 2-0 win for Leeds at Preston taking them into the top two. Were sorry, Patrick.
Not only did Nathan Jones side fall to a 3-1 defeat at Swansea, but Bruno Martins Indi and Tom Edwards were also left red-faced as both were sent off by referee Andy Woolmer. Stoke played half an hour with NINE men.
Its been a tough time for Fletcher since his 7m move to Boro last year. While often out-of-favor under Tony Pulis, he might have saved his managers skin for another day with a brace at Bolton - the clubs first win in six.
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The Preston man received his THIRD red card of the campaign against Leeds, where hell now miss three of the clubs final five fixtures in their slim push for the playoffs.
The Owls playoff hopes took a hit at the weekend when Steve Bruce lost to his former club Aston Villa. However, they soon bounced back to stand four points outside the top six courtesy of a 3-0 win over Nottingham Forest.
The Tractors Boys relegation to League One is all-but confirmed following defeat at Brentford last night. Their fate is likely to be sealed on Saturday when they travel to Birmingham City.
Tyrone Mings - count yourself lucky! His red card against Rotherham had him set to join the losers list but was spared due to his teammates superb comeback from 1-0 down.
Wigan could almost smell the rarified air away from the relegation zone through Nick Powells opener but an 89th-minute winner from Jordy de Wijs means the Latics remain two points above the dreaded red line.
This is undoubtedly the most exciting race for 2nd in MANY years. While Sheffield United were unable to leapfrog Leeds back into the automatic places, just one-point separates the pair. So - expect many more twists and turns...
While Norwich remain firm favourites to lift the Championship title, conceding a 97th-minute equaliser, just after netting two late quick-fire goals to take a 2-1 lead, ultimately feels like a defeat.