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Leeds United 2-0 Brighton & Hove Albion

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Chris Wood's 26th and 27th goals of his most prolific season to date kept the Championship's automatic promotion race alive as Leeds beat Brighton 2-0.

Albion knew an Elland Road victory would put them two points clear of Newcastle at the top and nine points clear of third-placed Huddersfield.

But home boss Garry Monk - who rolled the dice by leaving out lynchpin defender Pontus Jansson - got his game plan spot on and saw his men return to fourth.

The Whites were happy to play at a pedestrian pace for...

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Brighton ease past Derby to draw level with Newcastle

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Brighton drew level on points with Championship leaders Newcastle with goals from Anthony Knockaert, Sam Baldock and Glenn Murray giving them a comfortable 3-0 home victory over Derby.

The Seagulls' eighth home league win out of 10 stretched the gap between them and third-placed Huddersfield to nine points, although the Terriers have two games in hand.

Derby went into the clash desperate for a win to reignite their faltering playoff push, but rarely threatened and have now won only one of their...

Rotherham United 0-2 Brighton & Hove Albion

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Brighton returned to winning ways with a battling 2-0 win at rock-bottom Rotherham.

Second-half strikes from Anthony Knockaert and Solly March proved to be the difference in a close match.

It ensured title-challenging Brighton ended their losing streak at two but condemned Rotherham to a fifth straight defeat in their seemingly hopeless fight to stay in the Championship.

Rotherham had the first effort on goal but Jon Taylor's long-range drive was held onto by David Stockdale.

The Millers had a better...

Brighton suffer big defeat at Nottingham Forest

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Nottingham Forest boosted their fight to avoid getting sucked into a relegation battle - and put a dent in Brighton's hopes of escaping the Championship at the right end - as Gary Brazil's side won 3-0 at the City Ground.

Chris Hughton's side had not lost in six games on the banks of the River Trent, but suffered a second consecutive league defeat for the first time since September, as the Reds edged what was often a nervy, scruffy encounter.

Brighton were furious that Forest's first goal was allowed...

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Brighton's Anthony Knockaert signs new four-year contract

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Anthony Knockaert has tied his future to Brighton until 2021.

Anthony Knockaert has signed a new four-year deal with Brighton through to 2021.

The French attacker -- one of the Seagulls' standout players during a Championship campaign which has seen them firmly in the top two in the race for the Premier League -- penned the deal on Friday.

"Anthony has been an integral member of the squad since his arrival in January last year, and I am delighted that we have been able to secure his immediate future to the club," manager Chris Hughton told his club's official...