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ENGLISH LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP

2016/2017 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
6 Sheff Wed 13 6 8 45
7 Derby 12 7 8 43
8 Barnsley 12 5 10 41
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Norwich CityNorwich City
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Wigan AthleticWigan Athletic
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Nottingham ForestNottingham Forest
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Derby County 3-2 Reading

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Derby bounced back from conceding at home for the first time in nearly 13 hours to beat promotion hopefuls Reading 3-2 at Pride Park.

John Swift put Reading in front but Darren Bent equalised before half-time and Tom Ince and Will Hughes turned the game around.

Yakou Meite set up a tense finish that saw Reading's Jordan Obita sent off deep in added time, but Derby held on.

Reading had given a debut to new signing Tiago Ilori while Derby made four changes to the team beaten at Leeds, although £2.5m signing...

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Hermann Trophy winner Ian Harkes opts for D.C. United deal - report

Ian Harkes is reportedly in line to sign a homegrown deal with D.C. United.

Hermann Trophy winner Ian Harkes has agreed in principle to sign with D.C United after considering a move to the English Championship, according to The Washington Post.

Harkes, the son of former U.S. international John Harkes, was honored as the top college player earlier this month after leading Wake Forest to the NCAA championship game, which it lost to Stanford on penalties.

The 21-year-old previously played for D.C. United's academy, which makes him eligible to sign a homegrown deal with...

 By PA Sport

Wood goal sees Leeds beat Derby to go third in Championship

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Chris Wood scored the only goal of the game as Leeds cemented their place in the Sky Bet Championship play-off places with a 1-0 victory over fellow promotion hopefuls Derby.

Leeds were full value for their fifth straight home win as they moved up to third in the table, eight points clear of seventh-placed Derby.

United dominated the first half in front of new joint-owner Andrea Radrizzani but looked set to rue Kyle Bartley's glaring miss until Wood headed in his 17th goal of the season from the...

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Derby County sign forward David Nugent from Middlesbrough

David Nugent has moved to the Championship to sign with Derby County

Derby County have signed David Nugent from Middlesbrough for an undisclosed fee, the Championship side have announced.

Former England international Nugent has signed a two-and-a-half-year deal with Steve McClaren's promotion-chasing Rams.

The 31-year-old former Leicester and Portsmouth forward helped Boro to promotion from the second tier last season but has made just five appearances for Aitor Karanka's side this term, the last coming in September.

Rams boss McClaren, who handed Nugent his only...

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Steve McClaren praises Derby's 'heroic performance' against West Brom

Paul Ince and Derby County knocked West Brom out of the FA Cup.
Tom Ince, left, scored Derby County's equaliser in the 51st minute.

Derby boss Steve McClaren hailed his victorious side after they knocked West Brom out of the FA Cup.

Tom Ince and Darren Bent struck inside four second-half minutes to record the Rams' first FA Cup victory over a higher tier side since 1986 and seal a 2-1 win.

They cancelled out Matt Phillips' opener to surprise the Premier League club and secure Derby's first triumph over a top-flight team for eight years.

McClaren's side have lost just once in their last 12 games and are also seventh in the Sky...