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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.

He gave Reading fans a taste of their own medicine with an ear-cupping gesture after the Whites scored the winner. He won't win over everyone, but the dressing room are said to "love him", according to Football Insider.

5. W: Patrick Bamford

He gave Reading fans a taste of their own medicine with an ear-cupping gesture after the Whites scored the winner. He won't win over everyone, but the dressing room are said to "love him", according to Football Insider.
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These are dark, dark times for the Hoops. After Lee Wallace was sent off in the second half - a decision which enraged his manager - Nottingham Forest went to town, and ran out 4-0 winners at Loftus Road.

6. L: Queens Park Rangers

These are dark, dark times for the Hoops. After Lee Wallace was sent off in the second half - a decision which enraged his manager - Nottingham Forest went to town, and ran out 4-0 winners at Loftus Road.
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My word, they were due a win! The Hatters fans were simply delighted to end their five-game losing streak, with a vital 2-1 victory over the rapidly sinking Charlton Athletic.

7. W: Luton Town

My word, they were due a win! The Hatters fans were simply delighted to end their five-game losing streak, with a vital 2-1 victory over the rapidly sinking Charlton Athletic.
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Hull City are surely resigned to losing their talismanic forward in the near future, as he put in another stellar performance for the Tigers on Wednesday, scoring twice and making an assist in a 4-0 win over Preston.

8. W: Jarrod Bowen

Hull City are surely resigned to losing their talismanic forward in the near future, as he put in another stellar performance for the Tigers on Wednesday, scoring twice and making an assist in a 4-0 win over Preston.
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