Championship winners and losers

Derby man winds up Leeds fans, Whites star set to be dropped? Hull City force dressing room inquest - Championship winners and losers

The early promotion picture threw up some surprise results at the weekend as the unpredictable nature of the Championship continued...

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

The Hatters 3-0 defeat at home to Hull forced Graeme Jones to call a team meeting on Sunday. Jones pledged to spend five hours minimum watching the footage of the defeat back to identify the burning issues.

1. L: Luton Town

The Hatters 3-0 defeat at home to Hull forced Graeme Jones to call a team meeting on Sunday. Jones pledged to spend five hours minimum watching the footage of the defeat back to identify the burning issues.
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Neil backed his side to challenge the promotion places, and so far he is being proved right. Preston lie third in the table, just one-point off the top two after a first away win of the term at Birmingham.

2. W: Alex Neil (Preston North End)

Neil backed his side to challenge the promotion places, and so far he is being proved right. Preston lie third in the table, just one-point off the top two after a first away win of the term at Birmingham.
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It was a brilliant header the only problem is, it was at the wrong end. Not one Cardiff shirt was around Fletcher as he comically diverted Josh Murphys corner past Darren Randolph for the only goal of the game.

3. L: Ashley Fletcher (Middlesbrough)

It was a brilliant header the only problem is, it was at the wrong end. Not one Cardiff shirt was around Fletcher as he comically diverted Josh Murphys corner past Darren Randolph for the only goal of the game.
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Well, West Brom fans cant complain about the lack of entertainment this term. Still no clean sheet but they came from behind (twice) again to earn three points against Huddersfield to win 4-2 and sit one point behind the top two.

4. W: West Bromwich Albion

Well, West Brom fans cant complain about the lack of entertainment this term. Still no clean sheet but they came from behind (twice) again to earn three points against Huddersfield to win 4-2 and sit one point behind the top two.
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