Leeds United capped off their special 100 years centenary week with a 1-0 win over Birmingham.

Leeds United man tipped to become Premier League star, Derby County boss slams players, Millwall managerial race blown open - Championship winners and losers

The Championship fixture list threw up some shock results at the weekend as the unpredictable nature of the second-tier 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...

Barratt was heading for two wins from two as Lions caretaker boss, but perhaps his sides woeful surrender might have weakened his chances of the permanent role. Garry Rowett is the overwhelming favourite at 1/2.

1. L: Adam Barratt (Millwall)

Barratt was heading for two wins from two as Lions caretaker boss, but perhaps his sides woeful surrender might have weakened his chances of the permanent role. Garry Rowett is the overwhelming favourite at 1/2.
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2-0 down with just six minutes of normal time remaining, Thomas Franks men mounted an astonishing comeback with goals from Josh Dasilva, Bryan Mbeumo and Ollie Watkins securing a 3-2 victory.

2. W: Brentford

2-0 down with just six minutes of normal time remaining, Thomas Franks men mounted an astonishing comeback with goals from Josh Dasilva, Bryan Mbeumo and Ollie Watkins securing a 3-2 victory.
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Following a 3-0 defeat away at Charlton, Rams boss Phillip Cocu pulled no punches. He repeatedly said it was not good enough from his players and has labelled Wednesdays clash with Wigan Athletic a must-win.

3. L: Derby County

Following a 3-0 defeat away at Charlton, Rams boss Phillip Cocu pulled no punches. He repeatedly said it was not good enough from his players and has labelled Wednesdays clash with Wigan Athletic a must-win.
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Mpanzus goal in the eye-catching 3-0 win over Bristol City put him in the Hatters history books- netting in four different divisions for the club. Includes: National League, League Two, League One and Championship.

4. W: Pelly-Ruddock Mpanzu (Luton Town)

Mpanzus goal in the eye-catching 3-0 win over Bristol City put him in the Hatters history books- netting in four different divisions for the club. Includes: National League, League Two, League One and Championship.
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