FULL-TIME WHISTLE: Wins for Leeds United and Sheffield Wednesday, Huddersfield Town draw and Barnsley beaten PLUS Sheffield United, Hull City, Doncaster Rovers, Rotherham United, Bradford City, Guiseley and York City fall victims of weather

Neil Redfearn takes Leeds United training. Picture: Andrew Varley

Neil Redfearn takes Leeds United training. Picture: Andrew Varley

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Managerless Leeds United returned to winning ways in the Championship while Sheffield Wednesday leapfrogged rivals Huddersfield Town in the fight for promotion from League One.

Only games involving Yorkshire sides Leeds United, Sheffield Wednesday, Barnsley and Huddersfield Town survived the winter weather.

United returned with all three points from Bristol City, while the Owls had to come from behind to beat lowly Yeovil and capitalise on Huddersfield’s dropped points in League One.

But it was a bad day for Barnsley who lost 2-1 at Watford.


Bristol City 0 Leeds United 3

Robert Snodgrass (40) fired managerless United in front, before Ross McCormack (79) doubled advantage. Luciano Becchio added a late third.

Doncaster Rovers v Reading

Match postponed due to frozen pitch

Portsmouth v Hull City

Match postponed due to frozen pitch

Watford 2 Barnsley 1

John Eustace (33, 68) put hosts in front, before Andy Gray (85) replied for Barnsley.

League One

Colchester United v Sheffield United

Postponed due to a frozen pitch

Huddersfield Town 1 MK Dons 1

Jamie McCombe nudged Terriers ahead before Stephen Gleeson (62) equalised.

Sheffield Wednesday 2 Yeovil Town 1

Jonathan Obika (40) gave visitors a shock lead, Jermaine Johnson (56) equalising with a 25-yard scorcher. Reda Johnson (78) then snatched the Owls winner.

League Two

Bradford City v Crawley Town

Postponed due to frozen pitch

Rotherham United v Torquay United

Postponed due to a frozen pitch

FA Trophy

Cambridge United v Guiseley

Postponed due to a frozen pitch.

York City v Ebbsfleet United

Postponed due to frozen pitch.

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