West Brom and Leeds both left it late as they moved clear of the pack at the top of the Sky Bet Championship.

The Baggies were 2-1 winners over Sheffield Wednesday, who had Keiren Westwood in goal, thanks to an 88th-minute penalty, while a last-minute own goal gave Leeds a 2-1 win at Luton. 

Preston started the game with both Sean Maguire and Alan Browne but their loss at Derby meant that West Brom are top on 36 points and Leeds second on 34, with a three-point gap to North End in third.

Charlie Austin's penalty was the clincher for West Brom, with Hal Robson-Kanu and Steven Fletcher (penalty) having traded earlier strikes. Liam Palmer was sent off for Wednesday in time added on.

At Kenilworth Road, Patrick Bamford's goal for Leeds was cancelled out by Ireland's James Collins, with James Pearson then putting through his own goal to win it for United, despite it looking as though Bamford was claiming it himself.

Brentford's rise up the table continues, Ollie Watkins scoring the only goal as they beat Reading 1-0, while Martyn Waghorn's strike was enough for Derby to see off Preston.

Jed Wallace's impressive season continued as he scored the only goal in a 1-0 Millwall win at Swansea. The Londoners lined up with Alex Pearce and Shaun Williams in their side. 

Irish midfielder Callum O'Dowda started for Bristol City but was substituted shortly after Ryan Yates was sent off as his side held on for a 0-0 at home to Nottingham Forest.

Marc Roberts earned Birmingham a point as they drew 1-1 at Huddersfield, for whom Fraizer Campbell had opened the scoring.

Michael O'Neill's first home game in charge of Stoke contained two Irish internationals with Stephen Ward and James McClean and ended in a second win thanks to Mame Biram Diouf's 90th-minute goal in a 2-1 victory over Wigan.

Sam Morsy put Wigan ahead (39) but Danny Batth (55) equalised before Diouf's late winner.

In the day's early game, Neil Harris' first game in charge of Cardiff ended in a 2-2 draw at Charlton.

Conor Gallagher and Jonathan Leko had the Addicks 2-0 up before the break, but Nathaniel Mendez-Laing and Lee Tomlin turned things around after it.

Bradley Dack scored a winner for Blackburn - who had Dunboyne man Darragh Lenihan in their side - four minutes from time as Gerhard Struber's first game in charge of Barnsley ended with a 3-2 defeat.

Dack (24) and Stewart Downing (69) twice put Rovers ahead, but Conor Chaplin and Cauley Woodrow twice replied, before Dack's late winner.