Championship Review - Sept 16th

Last updated : 16 September 2014 By Bournemouth Co-Ordinator

Norwich City reached the summit after a 3-0 win over Brentford at Griffin Park. Goals from Redmond (68th min), Jerome (75th & 83rd mins) secured the win. Brentford 6th, Norwich City 1st.

Watford piled more misery on Blackpool who secured the a single victory at Bloomfield Road with a Vydra penalty in the 68th minute. Blackpool 23rd, Watford 2nd.

A play-off clash at The Valley as Charlton Athletic were held by Wolves as both sides shared the points. Amougou put the Addicks ahead in the 35th minute, with Batth levelling in the 65th minute. Charlton Athletic 5th, Wolves 3rd.

Reading managed to squeeze Millwall out at the Madjeski with a 3-2 win. Goals from Cox and a Blackman penalty in the 6th and 15th minutes respectfully put the Royals ahead. The Lions hit back through Fuller and Beevers in the 39th and 54th minutes, leaving Cox to bag the winner in the 84th minute. Reading 6th, Millwall 12th.

Sheffield Wednesday claimed all three points at St Andrews against Birmingham City as May and Helan scored the goals in the 67th and 89th minutes to keep the Owls tucked in behind the play-off places. Birmingham City 20th, Sheffield Wednesday 7th.

Middlesbrough claimed back to back victories with a 1-0 win over Cardiff City who slipped to consecutive defeats. Martinez scored the only goal of the game for the visitors in the 2nd minute, which proved to be enough. Cardiff City 17th, Middlesbrough 8th.

Ipswich Town also recorded consecutive victories with a 2-0 win over Brighton & Hove Albion at Portman Road. Goals from Parr (79th min) and Murphy (88th min) proved to be enough for the points to remain in Suffolk. Ipswich Town 9th, Brighton & Hove Albion 18th.

Leeds United arrested recent poor form with a decent 3-1 win over AFC Bournemouth at Dean Court despite Surman putting the Cherries ahead in the 6th minute. Doukara (67th min), Bellusci (82nd min) and Antenucci (89th min) bagged the goals to ensure that the game was turned on its' head and the points heading north. AFC Bournemouth 15th, Leeds United 13th.

Bolton Wanderers recorded their first win of the season with a 3-2 victory over Rotherham United at The Reebok despite Wordsworth putting the Millers ahead in the 33rd minute. A Mason hat trick for the Trotters (60th, 80th and 84th mins) only drew a response from Bowery for the visitors in the 82nd minute. Bolton Wanderers 21st, Rotherham United 19th.

The only other game to be played on Tuesday evening saw Huddersfield Town (22nd) draw 0-0 with Wigan Athletic (16th) at the John Smiths Stadium.