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Hull City ace responds to Newcastle speculation, Ex-England striker raves over Leeds United star, Middlesbrough man lets club down - Championship winners and losers

The top of the Championship table remains tighter than ever after another 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...

Stoke dont play West Brom until tonight but reports over the weekend claimed Preston have reported the Potters to the EFL for an alleged illegal approach to appoint Alex Neil as their new manager.

5. L: Stoke City

Stoke dont play West Brom until tonight but reports over the weekend claimed Preston have reported the Potters to the EFL for an alleged illegal approach to appoint Alex Neil as their new manager.
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The on-loan Bournemouth striker struck in the third minute of injury time to grab the winner in a 2-1 victory at Wigan Athletic. The Swans remain level on points with the top two.

6. W: Sam Surridge (Swansea City)

The on-loan Bournemouth striker struck in the third minute of injury time to grab the winner in a 2-1 victory at Wigan Athletic. The Swans remain level on points with the top two.
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When taking the lead in the 83rd-minute, the least youd expect is a draw. However, Garry Monks side could manage neither against Blackburn as Jacob Murphy goal was cancelled out by Oluwaosin Adarabioyo and John Buckley.

7. L: Sheffield Wednesday

When taking the lead in the 83rd-minute, the least youd expect is a draw. However, Garry Monks side could manage neither against Blackburn as Jacob Murphy goal was cancelled out by Oluwaosin Adarabioyo and John Buckley.
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Paul Gallaghers 58th-minute penalty sent Alex Neils side top of the Championship at The Valley. The match-winner replaced Daniel Johnson on the half-hour mark, who hobbled off. Preston will be hoping his injury is not too serious.

8. W: Preston North End

Paul Gallaghers 58th-minute penalty sent Alex Neils side top of the Championship at The Valley. The match-winner replaced Daniel Johnson on the half-hour mark, who hobbled off. Preston will be hoping his injury is not too serious.
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