Forest Top, Blackpool Bottom. Championship Round Up Midweek

Forest moved top after coming from behind at Bournemouth. Callum Wilson netted his 3rd in 3 games for the Cherries but second half goals from Britt Assombalonga and Matty Fryatt put Forest top. Cardiff join Forest at the top after Nicky Maynard’s strike 8 minutes into second half condemned Wigan to third straight defeat. Millwall kept unbeaten run going with Magaye Gueye stoppage time equalizer at Wednesday after Chris Maguire had given home side the lead. Charlton continued good form at start of season with 3-2 at home to Derby. George Tucudean put Charlton ahead before Jamie Ward levelled but Yoni Buyen’s penalty on the stroke of half time put Addicks back in front. Igor Vetokele increased the home side’s lead before Jamie Ward scored his second after a mistake, but Charlton held on. 

Two late goals from Lewis Grabban and Bradley Johnson moved Norwich to sixth. Grabban netted a brace and leveled after Tom Cairney’s first minute strike before  Johnson and Grabban struck in last three minutes. Kike’s second goal for Middlesbrough inflicted another defeat for Bolton. Craig Davies penalty put the Trotters in front before Grant Leadbitter scored one of his own before Kike’s strike. Bakary Sako’s first half strike moved Wolves into top half and left Fulham with 0 points after three matches. Blackpool remain rooted to the bottom after Brentford came from behind to win at Bloomfield Road. Nathan Delfoneuso headed the opener but Alex Pritchard and Stuart Dallas gave the Bees their first win in the Championship. 

Two goals in 13 minutes from Lloyd Dyer and Gianni Munari gave Watford the points at Rotherham. Christopher Berra’s injury time equalizer rescued a point for Ipswich at Birmingham. David Edgar and Clayton Donaldson had put Birmingham ahead in between Berra’s first. Huddersfield’s first win at Reading in 16 years was secured by Jacob Butterfield and debutante Harry Bunn. Simon Cox halved the deficit but Town hung on for the win. Joao Teixeria scored on his Brighton debut to give them 3 points away at Leeds. The Liverpool loanee opened the scoring 5 minutes in before Kazenga LuaLua’s free kick 6 minutes from time secured the win. 

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About mattbristow271993

Boyhood Leyton Orient fan, but love football in general, any league. Football is my passion.
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