Leeds United left it late to beat Luton Town on Saturday with an own goal from Matty Pearson securing a 2-1 win.

BBC pundit's BIG controversial Leeds United star claim, West Brom tipped for promotion by direct rival, Stoke City turnaround continues - Championship winners and losers

There was movement at the top and bottom of the Championship as the promotion and relegation picture begins to take shape.

Here, we round-up the winners and losers from another entertaining action-packed weekend in the second-tier. Scroll and click through the pages to see who shone and struggled this weekend:

The Austrian manager lost his first game in-charge of Barnsley 3-2, despite coming from behind twice. Struber knows he has plenty of work to do as the Tykes were unravelled by the same defensive problems.

1. L: Gerhard Struber (Barnsley)

The Austrian manager lost his first game in-charge of Barnsley 3-2, despite coming from behind twice. Struber knows he has plenty of work to do as the Tykes were unravelled by the same defensive problems.
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The Lions earned a 1-0 win at Swansea City, who were 4th before kick-off, courtesy of a stunning free-kick from Jed Wallace. Gary Rowetts men sit 10th, five points off the play-offs.

2. W: Millwall

The Lions earned a 1-0 win at Swansea City, who were 4th before kick-off, courtesy of a stunning free-kick from Jed Wallace. Gary Rowetts men sit 10th, five points off the play-offs.
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Yates received his marching orders in the 56th-minute as Forest hung on to pick up a credible point away at play-off rivals Bristol City. Sabri Lamouchi defended the midfielder, calling on him to learn from his mistake.

3. L: Ryan Yates (Nottingham Forest)

Yates received his marching orders in the 56th-minute as Forest hung on to pick up a credible point away at play-off rivals Bristol City. Sabri Lamouchi defended the midfielder, calling on him to learn from his mistake.
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The Irishman has come under scrutiny in recent months with some standout errors - and conceding a late penalty to West Brom is one he can add to that list. Westwood also walked straight down the tunnel after the 2-1 defeat.

4. L: Keiren Westwood (Sheffield Wednesday)

The Irishman has come under scrutiny in recent months with some standout errors - and conceding a late penalty to West Brom is one he can add to that list. Westwood also walked straight down the tunnel after the 2-1 defeat.
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