Date: 14th September 2016 at 11:53am
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Brighton’s Championship season continued with a win against Huddersfield at the Amex Stadium on Tuesday.

A reaction to the back-to-back defeats suffered by Brighton was secured as a first Amex defeat of the year at the weekend was recovered from with Albion beating leaders Huddersfield one-nil.

Murphy could have had Brighton ahead but he was denied by Huddersfield ‘keeper Ward with Bruno and Dunk also having chances they couldn’t take.

Huddersfield’s best chance saw Kachunga unable to make contact with Brighton winning it with 10-minutes to play when a mistake from Ward allowed Knockaert’s slightly deflected effort to slip past him.

Here’s a round up of the Championship action from the other matches played, with some still to take place.


Tue 13 Sep 2016 – Championship
Brighton 1-0 Huddersfield 19:45
Derby 0-1 Ipswich 19:45
Fulham 1-1 Burton 19:45
Leeds 2-1 Blackburn 19:45
Norwich 2-1 Wigan 19:45
Preston 3-0 Cardiff 19:45
QPR 0-6 Newcastle 19:45
Sheff Wed 3-2 Bristol City 19:45
Wolves 0-4 Barnsley 19:45
Reading 0-0 Birmingham 20:00

To be played

Wed 14 Sep 2016 – Championship
Aston Villa v Brentford 19:45
Rotherham v Nottm Forest 19:45

After successive defeats Brighton returned to winning ways with a one-nil win at Huddersfield, who still lead the table despite this defeat that saw and unbeaten run going into this match ended at the Amex Stadium.

This slip up saw Newcastle close the gap at the top to a point with an emphatic six-nil win at Loftus Road against QPR.

Derby’s start hasn’t been at all what would have been expected under Nigel Pearson with another loss suffered, this time Ipswich went away from the iPro with the points after a one-nil win.

Struggling Leeds and Blackburn met at Elland Road with the home side collecting the points, a two-one defeat for Rovers leaves them without a win under Owen Coyle in the Championship with Cardiff’s own struggles continuing with Preston running out three-nil winners at Deepdale.

Barnsley have been a real surprise package since coming up from League 1 via the play-offs last season with that impressive form continuing with a four-nil win secured over Wolves at Molineux.

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