Full-times: Wins for Doncaster, Huddersfield and Rotherham, defeats for Barnsley, Wednesday and Leeds, draws for York and Blades

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David Flitcroft was sacked by Barnsley after their 3-0 home defeat to Birmingham City in the Championship

The Tykes find themselves bottom of the Championship and Flitcroft paid for their poor start with his job.

Hull City's Tom Huddlestone

Hull City's Tom Huddlestone

Championship

Barnsley 0 Birmingham City 3

Two goals from Paul Caddick, plus a Nikola Zigic effort, earned the Blues a comfortable Oakwell win.

Blackburn Rovers 1 Leeds United 0

Former Sheffield Wednesday and Doncaster Rovers defender Tommy Spurr scored the only goal of the game against the Whites.

Blackpool 2 Sheffield Wednesday 0

Goals from Ricardo Fuller and Dan Gosling piled the pressure on struggling Wednesday.

Doncaster Rovers 2 QPR 1

Paul Quinn earned Paul Dickov’s side a famous win at the Keepmoat. Charlie Austin gave the visitors the lead, but Theo Robinson equalised.

Huddersfield Town 2 Burnley 1

Goals from Oliver Norwood and a James Vaughan penalty knocked Burnley off top spot in the Championship. Danny Ings replied for the Lancashire side.

League One

Leyton Orient 1 Sheffield United 1

Orient came from behind to snatch a draw through Dean Cox after Conor Coady gave the Blades a deserved lead.

Rotherham United 4 Gillingham 1

Nouha Dicko, Kieran Agard, Ben Pringle and James Tavernier fired the Millers into the play-offs. Cody McDonald got the Gills consolation.

York City 0 Rochdale 0

TEAM NEWS

Premier League

Hull City v Liverpool

Sunday 2.05pm

Team news: Curtis Davies is a doubt with a shin injury while Paul McShane is out after tearing a hamstring. James Chester is back in training and is likely to be in the squad but won’t be ready yet for first-team action. Sone Aluko and Stephen Quinn are long-term absentees.

League One

Oldham Athletic v Bradford City

Team news: The sickness bug that has been dogging City appears to have eased. The Bantams were without Matty Taylor in midweek because of the virus, while the likes of James Hanson and Nahki Wells were troubled during the 1-1 draw with Notts County.