Leeds United were Yorkshire derby winners on Saturday after beating Huddersfield Town 2-0.

Huddersfield Town chief makes bold Leeds United statement, Hull City send warning to Newcastle United, Cardiff City star hailed as 'magic man' - Championship winners and losers

From late goals, refereeing decisions and movement at the top and bottom of the Championship - it has certainly been an eventful weekend.

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...

Two goals in the final five minutes for Luton Town saw Wigan surrender a 1-0 lead in the big relegation six-pointer at Kenilworth Road. Latic chief Paul Cook is reportedly under-fire.

1. L: Wigan Athletic

Two goals in the final five minutes for Luton Town saw Wigan surrender a 1-0 lead in the big relegation six-pointer at Kenilworth Road. Latic chief Paul Cook is reportedly under-fire.
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Tomlins 94th-minute winner maintained Neil Harris unbeaten start to life as Bluebirds boss - and lift them to just one-point off the play-offs. Harris hailed the 30-year-old as a magic man.

2. W: Lee Tomlin (Cardiff City)

Tomlins 94th-minute winner maintained Neil Harris unbeaten start to life as Bluebirds boss - and lift them to just one-point off the play-offs. Harris hailed the 30-year-old as a magic man.
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The Swans dismal form continued as the 5-1 defeat to West Brom stretched the clubs winless streak to five games. Steve Coopers men were flying at the start but now sit in 11th in the league table.

3. L: Swansea City

The Swans dismal form continued as the 5-1 defeat to West Brom stretched the clubs winless streak to five games. Steve Coopers men were flying at the start but now sit in 11th in the league table.
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The Newcastle-linked forward scored twice to earn Hull a 2-1 win over Stoke City. Grant McCann insists it will take a substantial offer to prize him away and remains hopeful he will sign a new contract.

4. W: Jarrod Bowen (Hull City)

The Newcastle-linked forward scored twice to earn Hull a 2-1 win over Stoke City. Grant McCann insists it will take a substantial offer to prize him away and remains hopeful he will sign a new contract.
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