Date: 16th March 2016 at 11:40am
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Brighton’s Championship season continued with a win against Reading at the Amex Stadium on Tuesday.

A one-nil win over Reading was enough to move Brighton back into the automatic promotion places behind leaders Burnley but a point ahead of Middlesbrough, who do have a game in hand.

Sam Baldock gave Manchester United loanee James Wilson a chance on 25-minutes with him taking this, finished past Reading ‘keeper Ali Al-Habsi into the corner to have Brighton ahead midway through the first half.

His fourth-goal since arriving on loan proved to be the winner with it extending the unbeaten Albion run to six-matches with it also enough to move us back into the automatic promotion places for the first time this year.

Can we now keep this in our own hands?

Here’s a round up of the Championship action from the other games played in midweek….

These were the other results.

Tuesday 15th March 2016
Brighton 1-0 Reading
Hull 1-1 Nottm Forest
Ipswich 2-0 Blackburn

Not too many games played, but despite not even kicking a ball Burnley, all in all, will be pretty happy – Hull (one-one) dropped points at the KC Stadium against managerless Nottingham Forest so Steve Bruce’s side failed to make the most of a game in hand over the Clarets.

Brighton (one-nil) didn’t slip up though with the win over Reading at the Amex Stadium seeing Albion not only stay above Hull but it also saw them up into the automatic promotion places against ahead of Middlesbrough into second.

The play-off hopes of Ipswich (one-nil) were given a boost again in what was basically a ‘must win’ game at Portman Road; this was managed with Blackburn beaten to see the gap on the top six reduced.

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