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Newcastle's promotion rivals' wins 'getting irritating now' - Jack Colback

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Jack Colback's Newcastle side currently sit second in the Championship table, five points above Huddersfield in third.

Newcastle midfielder Jack Colback is growing increasingly irritated at the refusal of the chasing pack in the race for promotion to the Premier League to go away.

The Magpies and Brighton have set the pace at the top of the table for several months now, but having established a significant gap between themselves and the rest, they have been unable to break away with Huddersfield, Reading, Leeds and Sheffield Wednesday still hot on their heels.

Colback, who will hope to retain his place in the starting...

Sheffield Wednesday maintain play-off push with victory over Nottingham Forest

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Sheffield Wednesday maintained their play-off push with a fourth consecutive Sky Bet Championship victory as Nottingham Forest were beaten 2-1 at the City Ground.

This was Wednesday's fifth consecutive win over Forest, who paid the price for missed chances as goals from Almen Abdi and Fernando Forestieri either side of half-time put the visitors into a 2-0 lead.

Ross McCormack had failed to net from the spot when the score was still 0-0 and, despite Ben Osborn pulling one back for the Reds with half...

Woodrow and Kightly on the mark again as Burton down Norwich

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Michael Kightly scored his third goal in three games as Burton moved four points clear of the Sky Bet Championship relegation zone with a 2-1 win over play-off chasing Norwich.

Kightly's delightful lob from just outside the area proved decisive, with his strike coming minutes after Cameron Jerome had contentiously levelled for the Canaries, cancelling out Cauley Woodrow's first-half opener.

Loan signings Woodrow and Kightly were the goalscorers in Burton's last game at the Pirelli Stadium against Wolves...

Blues beaten again as QPR run riot

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Matt Smith inspired QPR to a 4-1 success at struggling Birmingham.

The 6ft 5in striker put Rangers on the road to victory with a first-half goal - his first strike since September.

Smith, who only joined Rangers last month from Fulham, was a persistent threat in a win which was sealed by a 46th-minute goal from Conor Washington and two more by Idrissa Sylla and Yeni Ngbakoto in the last 10 minutes.

Manager Ian Holloway was delighted with a vital morale-boosting win which eases their relegation fears...

Brighton striker Sam Baldock bags a brace to send Seagulls top of standings

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Brighton returned to the top of the Sky Bet Championship with a 2-0 away win against play-off hopefuls Barnsley.

Striker Sam Baldock opened the scoring in the second half and star-man Anthony Knockaert set up the forward for his second to wrap up the game.

The visitors came to Oakwell knowing a win would put them in first place, as previous leaders Newcastle do not play until Monday, when they host Steve Bruce's new-look Aston Villa.

Meanwhile, Paul Heckingbottom's Barnsley have now gone three games...