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Norwich City 3-1 Sheffield Wednesday

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Norwich's long wait for a home win finally ended as they came from behind to beat Sheffield Wednesday 3-1 in a hard-fought Sky Bet Championship contest at Carrow Road.

Second-half goals from James Maddison, Timm Klose and Nelson Oliveira - the latter from a penalty deep into stoppage time - overturned a well-worked 18th-minute opener from Jordan Rhodes as the Canaries triumphed on home soil for the first time since September 9.

Norwich had picked up a meagre five points from a possible 21 since seeing...

As you were for Jaap Stam's Reading

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Reading boss Jaap Stam must decide whether to change a winning side against Cardiff.

Stam kept faith with the same XI for a third consecutive game in the victory at Sunderland.

John Swift continues treatment on the midfielder's hamstring injury while midfielders George Evans (thigh) and Garath McCleary (groin) are stepping up their recovery.

Callum Harriott (hamstring), Stephen Quinn and Joseph Mendes (both knee) also continue their rehabilitation, while defender Jordan Obita is out for the season after...

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Wolves held by 10-man Sunderland but extend lead at top of Championship

It was a goalless affair at Molineux on Saturday.

Wolves extended their lead at the top of the Championship to five points despite drawing 0-0 with 10-man Sunderland at Molineux.

Nuno Espirito Santo's side could not take full advantage of Cardiff's inactivity this weekend -- with the Bluebirds travelling to Reading on Monday night -- after failing to score at home for the first time this season.

Sunderland, who were forced to play 28 minutes with 10 men after Lee Cattermole received two yellow cards in the space of 54 seconds, remain one point...

Aston Villa 0-0 Millwall

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Promotion-chasing Aston Villa were held to a goalless home draw by Millwall on Saturday afternoon.

The hosts' attacking limitations were exposed by the battling Lions, who remained without an away win this term.

Villa had won their previous two home games, but rarely looked like they would chalk up a third success.

Millwall, encouraged by an impressive home win over Sheffield United in their previous outing, played with a lot of commitment following a hesitant start and fully deserved their point.

Villa,...

Hull edge Brentford in thriller to give Nigel Adkins a winning start

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Nigel Adkins enjoyed a winning start to life at the KCOM Stadium as Hull showed impressive resilience to see off in-form Brentford in a thrilling 3-2 victory.

Adkins replaced Leonid Slutsky as Tigers boss on Thursday and his first task was to halt a seven-game winless run that had seen Hull drop to within three points of the Sky Bet Championship relegation zone.

His new side had to do it the hard way after David Meyler put through his own goal to gift Brentford the opener and John Egan set up a frantic...