Leeds United were 2-1 winners over Blackburn Rovers on Saturday

Pundit highlights unsung Leeds United star trait, Hull City fan clashes with West Brom man, Barnsley urged to make managerial decision - Championship winners and losers

There was movement at the top and bottom of the Championship as the league table remains tighter than ever heading into the international break.

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...

With his team leading 3-0, Jeanvier stupidly got himself dismissed during the aftermath of a challenge which required Joe Gelhardt to be stretched off. He was taken to hospital but thankfully was released soon after.

1. L: Julian Jeanvier (Brentford)

With his team leading 3-0, Jeanvier stupidly got himself dismissed during the aftermath of a challenge which required Joe Gelhardt to be stretched off. He was taken to hospital but thankfully was released soon after.
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ONeill, on his debut, masterminded a 4-2 win over Barnsley in a big relegation six-pointer. The odds on the Potters being relegated have dipped massively. Oh, and Sam Clucas scored from the halfway line.

2. W: Michael ONeill (Stoke City)

ONeill, on his debut, masterminded a 4-2 win over Barnsley in a big relegation six-pointer. The odds on the Potters being relegated have dipped massively. Oh, and Sam Clucas scored from the halfway line.
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The Hatters fourth defeat on the spin has left manager Graeme Jones exploring all measures in a bid to change their fortunes. Indeed, Jones is considering employing a psychologist for some of his players.

3. L: Luton Town

The Hatters fourth defeat on the spin has left manager Graeme Jones exploring all measures in a bid to change their fortunes. Indeed, Jones is considering employing a psychologist for some of his players.
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Preston stayed second in the Championship - beating a Huddersfield Town side who went into the afternoon six games unbeaten. "If you look at what the lads give me on the pitch, there is no way I could leave that, said Neil.

4. W: Preston North End

Preston stayed second in the Championship - beating a Huddersfield Town side who went into the afternoon six games unbeaten. "If you look at what the lads give me on the pitch, there is no way I could leave that, said Neil.
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