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Pundit makes brutal dig after Leeds United win, £20m-rated winger rips Preston to pieces, QPR boss blasts red card decision - Championship winners and losers

The 2019/20 Championship campaign is continuing to storm along at a rate of knots, with a midweek set of fixtures providing another dose of high-octane footballing drama. Leeds United and Hull City both picked up wins, Sheffield Wednesday and Huddersfield Town had to settle for a point in their respective games, while Barnsley suffered a 1-0 loss to Middlesbrough.

Meanwhile, West Bromwich Albion continued their progress towards the title, while Derby County and Nottingham Forest suffered demoralising losses. Here's our round-up of the clubs and footballing figures who emerged as either winners or losers in the latest round of matches.

Sheffield Wednesday headed into their game against Birmingham City on a dreadful run of conceding late goals, and while a 1-1 draw wasn't ideal, Harris' composure to score in the final ten minutes is a positive step forward.

1. W: Kadeem Harris

Sheffield Wednesday headed into their game against Birmingham City on a dreadful run of conceding late goals, and while a 1-1 draw wasn't ideal, Harris' composure to score in the final ten minutes is a positive step forward.
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Derby County fans would really like to have Scott Carson back from his bizarre loan spell with Manchester City, as Roos was once again heavily criticised for his dire display, this time in a 3-0 loss to Fulham.

2. L: Kelle Roos

Derby County fans would really like to have Scott Carson back from his bizarre loan spell with Manchester City, as Roos was once again heavily criticised for his dire display, this time in a 3-0 loss to Fulham.
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A moment of naivety from the Huddersfield Town man, on loan from Chelsea, saw him sent off for a needless headbutt on Swansea's Joe Byers. Luckily for him, his side held on to a 1-1 draw.

3. L: Trevoh Chalobah

A moment of naivety from the Huddersfield Town man, on loan from Chelsea, saw him sent off for a needless headbutt on Swansea's Joe Byers. Luckily for him, his side held on to a 1-1 draw.
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The Baggies look absolutely unstoppable at the moment, and continued their drive towards the title with a confident 4-0 win. Slaven Bilic was delighted, but said he was disappointed they didn't score even more goals. Crikey.

4. W: West Bromwich Albion

The Baggies look absolutely unstoppable at the moment, and continued their drive towards the title with a confident 4-0 win. Slaven Bilic was delighted, but said he was disappointed they didn't score even more goals. Crikey.
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