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Millwall 1-3 Sheffield Wednesday

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Ian Holloway faced calls for him to be sacked as Millwall's relegation worries deepened following a 3-1 defeat by Sheffield Wednesday.

Goals from Lewis McGugan, Atdhe Nuhiu and Stevie May left the Lions rooted in the bottom three and increased the pressure on manager Holloway.

Millwall have not won a home game since October, a run stretching back 11 matches, and are still three points from safety.

Yet they had plenty of chances to take the lead with Gary Taylor-Fletcher and Aiden O'Brien denied by goal-line...

Rams battle back to go top

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Derby twice came from behind to overcome Sheffield Wednesday 3-2 at the iPro Stadium and move two points clear at the top of the Sky Bet Championship.

Defender Jake Buxton twice headed the Rams level from corners after Lewis McGugan and Will Keane had put the Owls ahead.

And Darren Bent completed the comeback with a penalty after goalkeeper Kieren Westwood was sent off for bringing down Tom Ince.

This week marked the start of the Chinese New Year of the Ram, and the hosts were hoping it would bring...

Wednesday and Brighton draw blank

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Sheffield Wednesday and Brighton drew 0-0 at Hillsborough in a game where a multitude of chances were created but none were taken.

Both teams started the game well, trading attack for attack in the opening stages with Joao Teixeira and Leon Best looking lively for the visitors, but it took until the 10th minute for the game's first real chance to arrive.

After some clever play around the box by the Owls, Kieran Lee found himself with his back to goal and the ball at his feet, but his shot on the turn...

Ipswich back to winning ways

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Ipswich Town skipper Luke Chambers secured his side's first win in four matches to keep their promotion hopes well and truly alive with a 2-1 home win over Sheffield Wednesday.

The Suffolk side had to come from behind after Kieran Lee gave the visitors a surprise half-time lead.

But Championship top scorer Daryl Murphy equalised with his 19th of the season before Chambers burst in at the far post to score an even better header to claim all three points.

It was no more than Ipswich deserved as they struck...

Keane rescues point for Owls

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Will Keane's second-half penalty ensured Sheffield Wednesday chairman Milan Mandaric did not bow out on a losing note as the Owls drew 1-1 against Cardiff at Hillsborough.

Keane, on loan from Manchester United, coolly slotted home his first goal for Wednesday from the penalty spot in the 75th minute to cancel out Kenwyne Jones' early first-half header.

It was a frustrating end to Mandaric's reign at the club as Wednesday squandered a string of chances, while Cardiff's winless run was extended to five...