Championship winners and losers

More twists for Leeds and Sheffield United, once Middlesbrough outcast saves Tony Pulis' skin while Hull City inflict further pain - Championship winners and losers

And here we have it, another twist and another turn in the race for Championship promotion and survival.

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

The Owls playoff hopes took a hit at the weekend when Steve Bruce lost to his former club Aston Villa. However, they soon bounced back to stand four points outside the top six courtesy of a 3-0 win over Nottingham Forest.

5. W: Sheffield Wednesday

The Owls playoff hopes took a hit at the weekend when Steve Bruce lost to his former club Aston Villa. However, they soon bounced back to stand four points outside the top six courtesy of a 3-0 win over Nottingham Forest.
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The Tractors Boys relegation to League One is all-but confirmed following defeat at Brentford last night. Their fate is likely to be sealed on Saturday when they travel to Birmingham City.

6. L: Ipswich Town

The Tractors Boys relegation to League One is all-but confirmed following defeat at Brentford last night. Their fate is likely to be sealed on Saturday when they travel to Birmingham City.
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Tyrone Mings - count yourself lucky! His red card against Rotherham had him set to join the losers list but was spared due to his teammates superb comeback from 1-0 down.

7. W: Aston Villa

Tyrone Mings - count yourself lucky! His red card against Rotherham had him set to join the losers list but was spared due to his teammates superb comeback from 1-0 down.
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Wigan could almost smell the rarified air away from the relegation zone through Nick Powells opener but an 89th-minute winner from Jordy de Wijs means the Latics remain two points above the dreaded red line.

8. L: Wigan Athletic

Wigan could almost smell the rarified air away from the relegation zone through Nick Powells opener but an 89th-minute winner from Jordy de Wijs means the Latics remain two points above the dreaded red line.
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