Leeds United fell to a 1-0 defeat to Charlton Athletic on Saturday.

Leeds United star tipped to be DROPPED, Ex-Manchester United man linked as Stoke chief tastes further misery, Barnsley downed by one man - Championship winners and losers

The Championship fixture list threw up yet more intriguing 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...

Alex Neils side were miffed by Bristol Citys debatable opening two goals but managed to fight back from 2-0 down. And Prestons equaliser to make it 3-3 was also up for debate. VAR would have had a field day

1. W: Preston North End

Alex Neils side were miffed by Bristol Citys debatable opening two goals but managed to fight back from 2-0 down. And Prestons equaliser to make it 3-3 was also up for debate. VAR would have had a field day
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It seems a matter of when Jones will be sacked rather than if. A 3-2 defeat to Nottingham Forest has attracted further speculation on potential successors with Chris Hughton, Tony Pulis and David Moyes the reported frontrunners.

2. L: Nathan Jones

It seems a matter of when Jones will be sacked rather than if. A 3-2 defeat to Nottingham Forest has attracted further speculation on potential successors with Chris Hughton, Tony Pulis and David Moyes the reported frontrunners.
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The Charlton manager said pre-match he knew Leeds weaknesses and it seems he wasnt bluffing. A switch to a back three kept the Whites at bay in a 1-0 win for the Addicks. Bowyer believes are the best team in the Championship.

3. W: Lee Bowyer (Charlton Athletic)

The Charlton manager said pre-match he knew Leeds weaknesses and it seems he wasnt bluffing. A switch to a back three kept the Whites at bay in a 1-0 win for the Addicks. Bowyer believes are the best team in the Championship.
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The striker missed a penalty in the 70th-minute at the iPro Stadium with the scoreline poised at 2-2. To make it worse, Derby provided the sucker punch - taking the lead through Jamie Paterson, just four minutes later.

4. L: Lukas Jutkiewicz

The striker missed a penalty in the 70th-minute at the iPro Stadium with the scoreline poised at 2-2. To make it worse, Derby provided the sucker punch - taking the lead through Jamie Paterson, just four minutes later.
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