npower Championship Wrap: Millwall down QPR as Norwich go third

Midweek English Championship results have provided a few upsets as well as some big results at both ends of the table tonight.

Midweek English Championship results have provided a few upsets as well as some big results at both ends of the table tonight.

League leaders QPR were beaten 2-0 by London rivals Millwall as Norwich City jumped up to third with a 3-2 victory at Leicester City.

Reading followed up their handful of goals on the weekend by scoring a 3-1 win at Ipswich Town as second-bottom Sheffield United beat fifth-placed Nottingham Forest 2-1 and Aston Villa’s Nathan Delfouneso scored on his Burnley debut past teammate Brad Guzan as the Clarets won 1-0 at Hull City.

English Championship results – March 8

Barnsley 2-1 Scunthorpe United
BA: Marlon Harewood 62’/83’
SC: Michael Collins 90+1’
Oakwell – 10,250

Bristol City 2-1 Portsmouth
BC: Albert Adomah 40’, Greg Halford (og) 66’
PO: Dave Kitson 90+3’
Ashton Gate – 13,886

Doncaster Rovers 1-1 Coventry City
DR: James Hayter 87’
CC: Freddy Eastwood 23’
Keepmoat Stadium – 7,921

Hull City 0-1 Burnley
Nathan Delfouneso 5’
KC Stadium – 20,218

Ipswich Town 1-3 Reading
IT: Connor Wickham 90+3’
R: Shane Long 17’, Ian Harte 86’, Noel Hunt 89’
Portman Road – 17,308

Leicester City 2-3 Norwich City
LC: Richard Wellens 22’, Paul Gallagher 90+4’
NC: Wesley Hoolahan 20’, Grant Holt 49’, Aaron Wilbraham 59’
Walkers Stadium – 23,398

Middlesbrough 2-1 Derby County
M: Seb Hines 73’, Merouane Zemmama 88’
DC: Jamie Ward 31’
Riverside Satdium – 13,712

Millwall 2-0 QPR
Steve Morison 63’, Liam Trotter 73’
Dan Shittu (QPR) red card 71’
The New Den – 14,104

Preston North End 1-2 Leeds United
PNE: Iain Hume 62’
LU: Neil Kilkenny 28’, Billy Paynter 58’
Deepdale – 15,269

Sheffield United 2-1 Nottingham Forest
SU: Sam Vokes 74’, Matthew Lowton 79’
NF: Dele Adebola 42’
Daniel Bogdanovic (SU) pen miss 68’
Bramall Lane – 20,547

Swansea City 1-1 Watford
SW: Stephen Dobbie 25’
W: Danny Graham 51’
Liberty Stadium – 14,410

Crystal Palace 1-0 Cardiff City
Kagisho Dikgacoi 82’
Peter Whittingham (CC) pen miss 68’
Selhurst Park – 12,549

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