Nottingham Forest chief issues bold Leeds United claim, West Brom boss gives animated interview, Brentford manager previews 'exciting' Whites clash - Championship winners and losers
The race for automatic Championship promotion was blown wide open while hope is not lost at the bottom end of the table.
Our six Yorkshire clubs were in action - including a derby at Oakwell - and it provided a mixed bag of results. Here, we round up the winners and losers from an emotional-filled weekend in the second-tier. So, scroll and click through the pages to discover who shone and struggled:
1. L: Luton Town
Cardiff City boss Neil Harris admitted his side were lucky to beat bottom side Luton but the harsh reality is, it is one win in 12 matches for Graeme Jones side, who are nine points from Championship safety.
Michael ONeills side eased their relegation fears and inflicted the worry on Charlton instead in a 3-1 win. Lee Bowyer was very complimentary about the Potters, believing Stoke are in a false league position.
The Croatian gave a very animated and passionate interview after West Brom weathered Storm Ciara and inflicted just a third home defeat on Gary Rowetts Millwall. Bilics men are now four points clear at the top.