Leeds kept their Sky Bet Championship title party rolling as a much-changed side secured a 3-1 win at Derby.

Marcelo Bielsa made seven changes after his team's promotion celebrations had started on Friday and continued into Saturday when they were confirmed as champions.

But after Chris Martin had given the Rams a second-half lead, Bielsa's new-look side hit back through Pablo Hernandez, Jamie Shackleton and Matthew Clarke's own goal to register their 27th league win of the season.

Derby's players gave Leeds a guard of honour before kick-off, which could help ease the simmering rivalry between the clubs following last season's 'Spygate' affair.

Jason Knight

Tension between the two clubs had mounted further following Derby's celebrations at Elland Road after their play-off semi-final triumph last season, but there was no apparent animosity lingering between the players.

Republic of Ireland under-21 international Jason Knight played nearly the entirety of the match for the hosts after replacing the injured Tom Lawrence early on.

Meanwhile, a stoppage-time winner from substitute Patrick Schmidt earned Barnsley a dramatic 1-0 victory over Nottingham Forest which keeps their survival hopes alive going into the final game of the season.

It was a spirited performance from the Reds against a Forest side whose play-off place is all but secured.

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