FULL-TIME WHISTLE: Sheffield Wednesday and Huddersfield Town in eight-goal cracker PLUS wins for Doncaster Rovers, Hull City, Sheffield United, Rotherham United and Bradford City; defeats for Leeds United and Barnsley

Sheffield Wednesday manager Gary Megson.
Sheffield Wednesday manager Gary Megson.
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It’s a massive Yorkshire derby in League One this weekend as promotion rivals Sheffield Wednesday and Huddersfield Town meet at Hillsborough.


West Ham United 1 Barnsley 0

Papa Bouba Diop (6) headed Hammers to all three points.

Doncaster Rovers 2 Leicester City 1

David Nugent (38) put the visitors in front, before Billy Sharp (63, 65) turned game on its head.

Hull City 2 Millwall 0

Jack Smith (54) put through his own net before Robert Koren (80) made it 2-0.

Leeds United 0 Reading 1

Simon Church (2) gave the visitors all three points.

League One

Sheffield Wednesday 4 Huddersfield 4

Jordan Rhodes (10, 15) headed the visitors in front with two superb headers in front of the Kop. Rob Jones and Reda Johnson replied for the Owls with two goals in as many minutes. Ben Marshall (63) put Wednesday in front before Chris O’Grady (75) added a fourth before Rhodes completed a stunning game with two late goals.

Bournemouth 0 Sheffield United 2

Barrett (5) scored an own goal to nudge Blades in front and another own goal from Cook (77) made it 2-0.

League Two

Rotherham United 1 AFC Wimbledon 0

Sam Wood (78) netted late on for Millers.

Southend United 0 Bradford City 1

Luke Oliver’s 88th-minute goal earned the Bantams their first away win of the season and lifted them six points clear of the League Two drop zone.

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