Leeds United earned an impressive three points after a 1-0 win over West Brom

West Brom chief shows his class at Leeds, Sunderland fans mock Birmingham star, Huddersfield finally break unwanted duck - Championship winners and losers

Fans were treated to midweek Championship action - and it did not disappoint with movement at the top and bottom of the early league table.

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

Camp cost his side at least a point after a routine Anthony Pilkington shot went under his hands before trickling over the line. Sunderland fans quickly clicked on to the mistake and trolled their former goalkeeper.

1. L: Lee Camp (Birmingham City)

Camp cost his side at least a point after a routine Anthony Pilkington shot went under his hands before trickling over the line. Sunderland fans quickly clicked on to the mistake and trolled their former goalkeeper.
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The Swans jumped ahead of Leeds into top spot after doing what the Whites couldnt do and beat Charlton. Their win was made 10x better with their American owners Jason Levien and Steve Kaplan in attendance - a rare sight.

2. W: Swansea City

The Swans jumped ahead of Leeds into top spot after doing what the Whites couldnt do and beat Charlton. Their win was made 10x better with their American owners Jason Levien and Steve Kaplan in attendance - a rare sight.
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Phillip Cocus starting XI and bench was up for debate (well leave that to you), but on the field, Conor Chaplins 94th-minute equaliser for Barnsley forced the Rams sixth draw of the season - despite battling back from 1-0 down to lead 2-1.

3. L: Derby County

Phillip Cocus starting XI and bench was up for debate (well leave that to you), but on the field, Conor Chaplins 94th-minute equaliser for Barnsley forced the Rams sixth draw of the season - despite battling back from 1-0 down to lead 2-1.
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Scott Parkers men seem to be finally hitting full gear after credible draws against Cardiff, West Brom and Sheff Wed have been followed up with back-to-back wins over Wigan and empathically at Reading on Tuesday - a 4-1 win.

4. W: Fulham

Scott Parkers men seem to be finally hitting full gear after credible draws against Cardiff, West Brom and Sheff Wed have been followed up with back-to-back wins over Wigan and empathically at Reading on Tuesday - a 4-1 win.
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