Hulls win at Brentford takes them top of Championship table

Hull withstood first half pressure and broke the deadlock through Robertson in the 67th minute before Clucas added a second with four minutes left to ensure a fourth league win on the road this season for Steve Bruce's side

With overnight leaders Brighton held to a goalless draw at in-form Sheffield Wednesday - Carlos Carvalhal's Owls extended their unbeaten run to 11 matches - Hull moved top on goal difference

Burnley remain in hot pursuit and climbed above Brighton into second place thanks to another Andre Gray double in a 3-1 home win against Fulham

Gray followed up his two goals at the weekend by heading home an 18th minute opener and struck again in the 37th minute to put Burnley in control

Ross McCormack reduced Fulham's arrears in the 51st minute, but Matt Taylor made sure for Burnley with a third in time added on

Stewart Downing struck the only goal in Middlesbrough's 1-0 home win against Rotherham, which keeps his side in fourth place

Downing fired home in the 16th minute and the home side hit the crossbar soon after through Carlos De Pena's header

Derby also stayed in touch with the leaders as they won by the same scoreline at home against QPR

Summer signing Andreas Weimann followed up his first goal for the club on Saturday by breaking the deadlock in the 51st minute, while QPR's James Perch was sent off in the 90th minute for a second bookable offence

Alex Mowatt curled home the only goal of the game in the 63rd minute at Elland Road where Leeds ended their eight month wait for a home win by beating Cardiff

It was also head coach Steve Evans' first success in charge of the Yorkshire club

Blackburn defender Shane Duffy's 54th minute header at Birmingham hit the crossbar but that was the closest either side came to scoring in a goalless draw.

Bristol City clinched only their third league win of the season with a 1-0 home victory over Wolves as Jonathan Kodjia headed the only goal just before half-time

On-loan Arsenal teenager Ainsley Maitland-Niles struck his first senior goal to give Ipswich a 13th minute lead against Bolton before being forced off injured before the interval

Brett Pitman made it 2-0 to Ipswich midway through the second half and Bolton remain in the bottom three

MK Dons ended a three-game losing run thanks to Dean Bowditch's 29th minute goal in a 1-0 win against visitors Charlton, while Nottingham Forest's winless run extended to eight matches after Eoin Doyle's goal in the second minute secured Preston victory by the same score

Ola John fired a late equaliser to rescue a point for Reading in a 2-2 home draw against Huddersfield

Oliver Norwood's 15th minute free-kick cancelled out Jamie Paterson's opener for Huddersfield after just 64 seconds and although Nahki Wells (26) restored the visitors' lead, John struck for Reading in the 84th minute

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