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Bees secure play-off berth

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Brentford sneaked into the Sky Bet Championship play-offs on another final day of drama at Griffin Park.

Alex Pritchard, Jota and Andre Gray were on target to secure a 3-0 win over relegated Wigan, while results elsewhere played right into the Bees' hands.

Having kicked off in seventh place, they needed a little help from their friends, and Reading - their neighbours from just along the M4 - obliged by beating Derby while former Brentford loanee Jordan Rhodes was on target as Blackburn sank Ipswich.

Therefore...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Wigan, Millwall relegated to League One as Rotherham secure survival

Rotherham's win on Tuesday doomed Millwall and Wigan to relegation to League One.

Championship sides Millwall and Wigan Athletic were relegated to League One on Tuesday as Rotherham secured their survival with a 2-1 win against Reading.

Millwall and Wigan join bottom-side Blackpool as the three sides to drop down to the third division next season.

Wigan return to the division where they spent most of the 1980s and 90s, after a brief resurgence under owner Dave Whelan saw them play in the Premier League from 2005 to 2013, the year they also won the FA Cup.

Millwall's tenure in...

Wigan Athletic 0-1 Wolverhampton Wanderers

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Benik Afobe grabbed the only goal of a scrappy Sky Bet Championship game at the DW Stadium to keep Wolves in the play-off hunt and all but confirm Wigan's relegation.

The Latics live to fight another day after their 1-0 defeat, on account of relegation rivals Rotherham and Millwall only drawing.

But it would require a remarkable series of scores in the final week of the campaign for them to escape the drop into League One.

The visitors, meanwhile, are still hopeful of regaining their Premier League...

Perch prolongs Wigan's fight

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Goals from Tim Chow and James Perch ensured Wigan live to fight another day in the Sky Bet Championship courtesy of a 2-1 victory over Brighton.

The Latics went into the game knowing they had to win each of their last three matches to stand any chance of avoiding the drop to League One.

They were given a great start when Chow marked his full debut with the opening goal midway through the first period.

Brighton came back into it after the break and deservedly levelled through Dale Stephens.

But Wigan...

Millwall heap misery on Latics

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Millwall grabbed at their possible relegation lifeline by beating Wigan 2-0 in a dramatic win-or-bust encounter.

Goals from Jimmy Abdou and Magaye Gueye settled a bad-tempered clash which looks certain to spell the end of Wigan's stay in the Sky Bet Championship.

Both sides learned on Monday that Rotherham, the team directly above them just outside the drop zone, could face a three-point penalty for fielding an ineligible player.

And it was the Lions who came out on top to cut the deficit on the Millers,...