Championship summary: West Brom scored four goals to end Preston’s unbeaten start | championship

Preston’s The unbeaten championship run ended abruptly with a 4-0 defeat in rain-soaked Deepdale West Brom.

After six wins and two draws, North End were comprehensively defeated by an impressive Baggies side. Goals from Darnell Furlong, Alex Mowatt, Matt Phillips and Kyle Bartley gave West Brom a third win of the season and moved just three points off the play-off places.

Ipswich moved to the top of the table when Brandon Williams’ late equalizer denied Darren Moore a first home win Huddersfield Manager. The Terriers looked set to give their new manager a dream start to life at the John Smith’s Stadium thanks to Delano Burgzorg’s goal after 61 minutes, but substitute Williams equalized three minutes from time. The entertaining draw meant both teams extended their unbeaten run to five league games.

Norwich They finally put their humiliation in Plymouth behind them with a comfortable 2-0 win Birmingham on Carrow Road. The Canaries lost 6-2 at Home Park and had also lost their previous home game against Leicester, but two goals in five minutes early in the second half got their season back on track.

Gabriel Sara got the ball rolling with a header from close range in the 55th minute and the hosts gained some breathing room after the hour with a well-taken goal from Jonathan Rowe, his sixth of the season. For Birmingham it was the fifth league game without a win. Goals from Adam Armstrong and Will Smallbone finished Southampton bleak September and puts them on course for a 3-1 win Leeds.

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Police are investigating after Owls fans mocked the death of Bradley Lowery


Police are investigating after Sheffield Wednesday fans appeared to mock the death of football mascot Bradley Lowery during a game against his favorite team. The little boy captured the hearts of the nation during his battle with neuroblastoma, but succumbed to the disease in 2017 at just six years old. He was a mascot for his beloved Sunderland and led England to Wembley Stadium alongside his hero, former Black Cats striker Jermain Defoe, in the months before his death.

Images shared on A Sheffield Wednesday spokesman described their actions at X as “outrageous and regrettable”, while South Yorkshire Police said they were working with the club to identify the men.

A police spokesman said: “We are working to investigate public order offenses following yesterday’s Sheffield Wednesday v Sunderland game. We will work with the club to identify those responsible. “Anyone with information is asked to contact us online or by calling 101.”

Sheffield Wednesday said in a statement: “We are aware of the images circulating and have launched an immediate investigation alongside South Yorkshire Police. “We strongly condemn this outrageous and extremely regrettable behavior. We can only apologize for the undeniable distress this has caused to Bradley’s family and friends.” PA Media

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Ellis Simms scored his first goals for Coventry as they stormed to a 3-1 win QPR. The Sky Blues scored three goals in 12 minutes of the second half, with Simms finding the target twice and Josh Eccles scoring the other goal, giving Mark Robins’ side a comfortable win. Kenneth Paal scored the consolation goal in stoppage time. The defeat continued a miserable run at Loftus Road for Rangers, who have won just once at home in almost a year and have lost four of their five games there so far this season.

Middlesbrough recovered from squandering an early two-goal lead to secure a thrilling 3-2 win Watford and continue their climb up the table. After picking up just two points from their first seven league games, Michael Carrick’s side have now managed consecutive wins. Local hero Josh Coburn scored the winner in the 63rd minute to prevent an unlikely comeback from Watford, who are now just a point ahead of their visitors having won just one of their last eight league games.

Ellis Simms scored twice for Coventry, continuing QPR’s miserable home form. Photo: Bradley Collyer/PA

Substitute Nathan Lowe scored the late winner Stir up came from two goals down to a dramatic 3-2 win Bristol city at Ashton Gate. The home side took the lead in the fifth minute when Stoke hesitated to clear Kal Naismith’s corner from the right of the post and Sam Bell pounced, firing a low left-footed shot past Mark Travers. After 15 minutes it was 2-0, Nahki Wells intercepted an under-hit back pass to Travers and shot with his right foot past the unprotected Stoke goalkeeper.

Stoke reduced the deficit five minutes later when Mehdi Leris flicked home the top corner with a superb left-footed shot from outside the penalty area. The Potters equalized two minutes after the break, Sead Haksabanovic firing a low shot past Max O’Leary. The comeback was complete in the 89th minute when Lowe arrived uncovered at the far post and fired a right cross into the goal, sending the 1,600 fans behind the goal into raptures.

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Portsmouth Retained top spot in League One with a 2-1 win in the 10-team tournament Wigan.

Regan Poole and Paddy Lane scored in the first half after Martial Godo gave the Latics the lead. Wigan were reduced to 10 men when Charlie Wyke was sent off for a dangerous tackle on Marlon Pack.

Oxforda point behind Pompey, building a three-point lead Stevenage with a 3-1 comeback win – United’s seventh in nine games.

Dion Charles scored the only goal Bolton won at Harbor valleywhile Peterborough also moved into the top 5 with a 2-0 win Bristol rover.

Barnsley lost 0-1 at home to Blackpool – Jordan Rhodes scored his fifth goal of the season – Northampton won 2-0 ExeterAnd Wycombe overcome Carlisle with the same margin.

Fleetwood picked up their first win of the season when Jack Marriott’s second half goal gave them a 1-0 win Leyton Orient. Both teams were reduced to 10 men in the middle of stoppage time.

Placed below Cheltenham are still without a goal in 10 games of the season after the 0-2 defeat Lincoln in Darrell Clarke’s first game as Robins coach.

In between there were goalless draws Derby And Cambridge, reading And BurtonAnd Shrewsbury And Charlton.

Leaders of the second league Notts County Remain top on goal difference despite losing an exceptional game 5-4 Colchester.

Arthur Read scored twice for Colchester and Cameron McGeehan was among the scorers before he was sent off. Macaulay Langstaff scored two goals for County.

Second Crawley achieved their fourth win in a row with a 3-0 win over the bottom team Sutton.

stayed third after goals from Dan Kemp and Jake Cain and secured a 2-1 win against Grimsbywhile Gillingham And Mansfield draw 1:1.

Stockport are sixth after a 3-1 win Accrington gave them their fourth win in a row.

Wimbledon Complete the playoff picture after defeating 10-men Tranmere 4-1. Armani Little canceled out Connor Jennings’ goal before Ali Al-Hamadi scored a hat-trick against Rovers, who had Jordan Turnbull sent off.

Paul Mullin scored two goals as a 10-man Wrexham draw 3-3 with Crewe.
Ryan Barnett was sent off in a match in which Crewe took the lead three times. But Steven Fletcher equalized in the fifth minute of added time.

Salford ended a series of five consecutive defeats with a win Newport 2:1 at home and Carts repressed Doncaster 3-2.

Warren O’Hora’s own goal saw Harrogate Win 1-0 at MK Donswhile Walsall And Morecambe recorded 3-1 and 2-1 wins respectively Bradford And Forest Green.

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Swansea managed to make it two league wins in a row as they scored convincing 3-0 victories Millwall. They had taken just two points from a possible 21 during a seven-game winning streak in which head coach Michael Duff was beginning to feel the heat. But they took all three points in south London with goals from Jamal Lowe, Matt Grimes and Mykola Kukharevych.

Cardiff recorded their fourth win in a row in the league with a 2-0 win over the weak team Rotherham. Second-half goals from striker Kion Etete and full-back Perry Ng were enough for the sixth-placed Bluebirds to take all three points and continue their recent climb up the table.

hull draw 1:1 with Plymouth to stay level on points with fourth-placed Sunderland, who beat Sheffield Wednesday on Friday evening. Regan Slater equalized for the Tigers after Adam Randell’s opener.

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