Saturday Football: As it happened

Rajiv van la Parra gives Huddersfield Town the lead over Wolves with his first goal for the Terriers. (Photo: PA)
Rajiv van la Parra gives Huddersfield Town the lead over Wolves with his first goal for the Terriers. (Photo: PA)
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Yorkshire's clubs have one last Saturday to work out the strength of their squads ahead of Wednesday's summer transfer deadline day.

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Hull City v Manchester United (5.30pm)
CHAMPIONSHIP: Barnsley 4-0 Rotherham United; Brentford 1-1 Sheffield Wednesday; Huddersfield Town 1-0 Wolverhampton Wanderers; Nottingham Forest 3-1 Leeds United
LEAGUE ONE: Bradford City 1-1 Oldham Athletic; Sheffield United 2-1 Oxford United
LEAGUE TWO: Doncaster Rovers 4-1 Yeovil Town
NATIONAL LEAGUE: Aldershot Town 2-0 North Ferriby United; Guiseley 1-4 Bromley; York City 4-1 Woking
NATIONAL LEAGUE NORTH: AFC Fylde 2-1 FC Halifax Town; Harrogate Town 2-0 Nuneaton Town; Tamworth 2-1 Bradford Park Avenue

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16.53: Leeds' defeat is sealed as Oliver Burke puts Forest 3-1 up in added time.

16.52: Sheffield Wednesday draw level in injury time through Hutchinson's header, while Andrew Williams scores his third for Doncaster Rovers, who lead 4-1 over Yeovil.

16:50: Final whistles begin to sound.

16.49: Barnsley have run away with it at Oakwell in the second half and Ryan Kent completes the job with a fine goal on the counter attack.

16.47: Vibe is sent off for Brentford after a foul on Sheffield Wednesday's Fernando Forestieri.

16.43: Game over at Oakwell. Barnsley go three up through Bradshaw's header.

16.42: Leeds are back into it at the City Ground. Kalvin Phillips scores a sublime free-kick for Garry Monk's men - 2-1.

16.39: All over for Doncaster Rovers, as Ashley Williams gets his second to put them 3-1 to the good.

16.34: It's a turnaround at Bramall Lane. James Wilson put the Blades 2-1 up at home to Oxford.

16.31: Disaster for Garry Monk and Leeds. Damien Perquis doubles Forest's lead with a downwards header.

16.24: Two goals in League One in quick succession. Billy Sharp equalises for Sheffield United at home to Oxford, while Clarke does similar for Bradford City from the penalty spot against Oldham.

16.16: Rotherham's game plan has been obliterated in 12 second-half minutes. Hammill's shot takes a significant deflection off WIlson and it's 2-0 to Barnsley.

16.15: Donny Rovers go 2-0 against Yeovil Town, with James Coppinger on target.

16.13: The deadlock is broken at Oakwell as Roberts bundles home Adam Hammill's free-kick.

16.12: A horror moment for Keiren Westwood as his clearance hits Vibe and goes int give Brentford the lead over Sheffield Wednesday.

16.09: Guiseley fall behind to Bromley as Turgott taces into the box unchallenged and unleashes a left foot strike past Atkinson.

16.06: Second half action begins. Sheffield United bring O'Connell on for Hussey. No changes for Leeds United, or in the Yorkshire derby.

15.45: Half-time whistles across the county. Leeds still trail Nottingham Forest 1-0, and it's goalless in the Yorkshire derby between Barnsley and Rotherham United.

15.27: Liam Bellamy puts Aldershot Town 2-0 up against North Ferriby United.

15.25: York City have found their shooting boots. Aidan Connolly makes it 4-1 over Woking.

15.20: Another goal for York City, leading Woking 3-1 now. Jake Wright with it. Meanwhile, Oxford United take the lead over bottom of the lead Sheffield United through Hemmings.

15.16: Pajtim Kasami guides home a corner on the volley to put Nottingham Forest 1-0 up against Leeds after 16 minutes

15.13: Frantic start at Bootham Crescent. York City come from behind to lead Woking 2-1. Brodie and Klukowski scoring the goals.

15.06: Rajiv van la Parra gives Huddersfield Town the lead over Wolves with his first goal for the Terriers.

15.05: Bradford City fall behind at home to Oldham Athletic with Peter Clark hitting the net for the visitors.

15.01: Andrew Williams volleys home to put Doncaster Rovers 1-0 up at home to Yeovil Town

15.00: Kick off around the grounds

Rotherham United v Barnsley
One change for Rotherham as Forster-Caskey comes in for the injured Adeyemi. For Barnsley, MacDonald makes a home debut in place of Mawson, Winnall starts along with Yiadom.
Barnsley: Davies, Yiadom, Roberts, MacDonald, White, Kent, Scowen, Hourihane, Hammill, Winnall, Watkins
Subs: Townsend, Moncur, Payne, Lee, Bradshaw, Evans, Tuton
Rotherham: Camp; Fisher, Ball, Wilson, Kelly; Vaulks, Forster-Caskey; Taylor, Allan, Brown; Ward
Subs: Newell - Price, Wood, Mattock, Forde, Newell, Smallwood, Yates

Nottingham Forest v Leeds United
One change to the Leeds team that started at Sheffield Wednesday with Hernandez in for Mowatt, presumably on left wing. No place on the bench for Sol Bamba or Tyler Denton. Luke Murphy and Matt Grimes also drop out completely. Diagouraga not in 18 again
Leeds: Green, Ayling, Cooper, Bartley, Taylor, Bridcutt, Vieira, Hernandez, Sacko, Antonsson, Wood
Subs: Silvestri, Coyle, Jansson, Phillips, Mowatt, Roofe, Doukara.
Forest: Henderson, Pereira, Mancienne, Perquis, Lichaj, Cohen (c), Burke, Lansbury, Kasami, Osborn, Vellios
Subs: Smith, Mills, Traore, Veldwijk, Ward, Vaughan, Cash

Huddersfield Town v Wolverhampton Wanderers
David Wagner makes two changes to Town's starting line-up. Kasey Palmer comes in for his first professional start while Jonathan Hogg returns; Whitehead and Scannell are subs.
Huddersfield: Ward, Smith, HUdson, Hogg, Kachunga, Mooy, Lowe, van la Parra, Wells, Schindler, Palmer
Subs: Coleman, Whitehead, Scannell, Bunn, Cranie, Payne, Hefele
Wolves: Ikeme, Coady, Iorfa, Batth, Doherty, Price, Edwards, Saville, Mason, Bodvarsson, Wallace
Subs: Henry, Costa, Oniangue, Lonergan, Brito Teixeira, Borthwick-Jackson, Hause

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