Championship roundup: James McAtee on target as Sheffield United go joint top | Championship

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Sheffield United continue to push for top spot in the Championship after beating Coventry 3-1. The win takes the Blades level on points with top-of-the-table Burnley after James McAtee fired the hosts into the lead.

Coventry had the chance to equalise just after the break, but Viktor Gyökeres had his spot-kick saved. Ciaran Clark and Tommy Doyle added two more for United before Gyökeres pulled one back for Coventry, but the Blades were forced to play out the rest of the game with 10 men after John Egan was shown a second yellow card in the 78th minute.

A Chuba Akpom hat-trick enabled Middlesbrough to return to winning ways with a 4-1 victory against Wigan at the Riverside Stadium to go 10th in the table. Marcus Forss opened the scoring for Boro before Akpom scored twice in 10 minutes after the break. Thelo Aasgaard pulled one back for the Latics, but Akpom wrapped up the match with his third goal of the game in stoppage time.

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Plymouth remained top thanks to a hard-fought 1-0 win at Cheltenham. Morgan Whittaker fired home the winner from outside the area in the 78th minute to keep his side two points clear of Ipswich, who enjoyed a much more comfortable afternoon with a 3-0 win over Oxford at Portman Road. Freddie Ladapo opened the scoring with a tap-in after Conor Chaplin’s shot had been saved and Wes Burns doubled Ipswich’s lead on the stroke of half-time. Chaplin got on the scoresheet nine minutes from time.

It was a good day for the top three as Sheffield Wednesday secured a 2-1 win at Fleetwood, who ended the game with 10 men after Shaun Rooney’s dismissal. Rooney had fired Fleetwood in front with a stunning low drive but Wednesday hit back through George Byers, and Marvin Johnson volleyed home a superb winner midway through the second half before Rooney was sent off for a second bookable offence.

Barnsley lost ground on the teams above them after they were held to a 1-1 draw at Accrington. James Norwood gave the visitors the lead early on but Tommy Leigh equalised from the spot just after the hour mark after Liam Kitching was penalised for handball.

Wycombe moved into the playoff places with a 2-1 win over Bristol Rovers, who had taken a fourth-minute lead through Josh Coburn. David Wheeler’s deflected shot got Wycombe back on level terms midway through the first half and Lewis Wing scored the winner just three minutes into the second.

Burton received a major boost in their relegation battle as they cruised past Lincoln 3-0, Sam Hughes, Jonny Smith and Victor Adeboyejo with a penalty scoring in the first 27 minutes.

Morecambe remain bottom after losing 1-0 at Port Vale, where Gavin Massey scored the only goal five minutes before half-time. The visitors’ had Donald Love sent off deep into injury time.

MK Dons are a point off the last safe spot after beating fellow strugglers Forest Green 1-0 in Mark Jackson’s first game in charge of the victors, Daniel Harvie scoring shortly before the hour.

Cambridge scored at home in the league for the first time in seven games as they came from behind to beat Shrewsbury 2-1. Christian Saydee put the visitors ahead on 64 minutes but Shilow Tracey’s superb equaliser turned the game and Sam Smith scored the winner 14 minutes from time. Shrewsbury’s Ryan Bowman was shown a red card in injury time. PA Media

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Millwall continued to pile on the pressure in their battle for a playoff spot after beating 10-man Watford 2-0. Hassane Kamara was shown a red card in the 38th minute after clashing with the goalkeeper George Long. The Lions capitalised through Andreas Voglsammer and Zian Flemming to move two points behind the Hornets, who drop to fourth.

Sunderland are also pushing for a playoff spot after a stoppage-time goal from Ellis Simms enabled the Black Cats to come from behind to beat Blackburn 2-1. On his first start for the club since returning from injury, Ross Stewart gave Blackburn the lead with an unfortunate own goal from Tyler Morton’s free-kick. The Scot quickly put Sunderland back on level terms by scoring from the spot before the substitute Simms snatched the win with a neat finish in the bottom corner.

Bottom-of-the-table Huddersfield came from behind to beat Preston 2-1. Ched Evans put the Preston ahead but two goals in 10 minutes from Jordan Rhodes and Kaine Hayden saw the Terriers fight back to snatch three points.

West Brom move up to 12th after goals from Matt Phillips and Brandon Thomas-Asante secured a 2-0 win at Bristol City.

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Northampton missed a chance to climb into second place when they drew 1-1 at Mansfield in the clash of last season’s League Two playoff semi-finalists.

Will Swan thought he had won it for Mansfield, who are sixth, when he struck from close range with four minutes left only to see Sam Hoskins steal a point four minutes later with a superb volley for his 14th goal of the season.

Second-placed Stevenage visit the leaders, Leyton Orient, on Tuesday.

Paul Huntington scored the game’s only goal as Carlisle beat Bradford 1-0 at Brunton Park. The Cumbrian side dominated the first half and were rewarded on 34 minutes when Huntington headed in Taylor Charters’ corner.

Jordan Stevens’ thunderbolt with 10 minutes remaining earned Barrow a point from a 1-1 draw at 10-man Salford. The Ammies had taken the lead in the 26th minute when Matt Smith headed home.

Second-half headers from Paddy Madden and Will Collar proved enough for improving Stockport to beat Crewe 2-0 at Edgeley Park. Ryan Rydel provided both assists for County’s scorers to secure a deserved win.

Rochdale’s relegation concerns intensified after Callum Cooke’s spectacular free-kick gave fellow strugglers Hartlepool a 2-1 win. After Ian Henderson cancelled out Rollin Menayese’s first-half opener, Cooke struck to leave Dale second bottom.

A stoppage-time own goal from the Grimsby goalkeeper Max Crocombe gave Harrogate a third straight league win in a 3-2 thriller. Luke Armstrong had scored twice, either side of Otis Khan and Harry Clifton replying for the visitors, but the contest was decided when Kayne Ramsay’s 15-yard drive struck Crocombe’s left upright and bounced off him over the line.

Junior Tchamadeu’s well-taken strike secured Colchester a 1-0 win at their fellow strugglers Gillingham, and Sutton clinched only their second away win of the season with second-half goals from Joe Kizzi and Rob Milsom earning a 2-1 victory at Crawley.

Tempers flared at Plough Lane as AFC Wimbledon drew 1-1 with Newport. Ethan Chislett gave the Dons the lead with a free-kick 10 minutes into the second half. However, Wimbledon’s Kyle Hudlin was then dismissed for a butt on Aaron Lewis. Nathan Moriah-Welsh then broke clear and was brought down in the box by Huseyin Biler, with Offrande Zanzala equalising from the spot.

Walsall extended their unbeaten run to nine matches as Manny Monthe’s stoppage-time winner earned them a 2-1 triumph at SwindonTranmere enjoyed a 3-0 home victory over Doncaster, Kane Hemmings, Kieron Morris and Paul Lewis scoring. PA Media

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Oscar Estupiñán earned a point for Hull at home to 10-man Blackpool. Sonny Carey put the visitors in front in the first half but Jordan Thorniley was shown a red card eight minutes after the break. Estupiñán’s ninth goal of the campaign levelled the scores with 13 minutes to go.

An own goal from Lee Peltier meant Rotherham and Stoke shared the spoils from a 2-2 draw. The Millers took the lead through a Jordan Thompson own goal, before Tyrese Campbell equalised. Conor Washington fired Rotherham back in front only for Peltier to put through his own net 10 minutes from time.

In the late kick-off Luton beat Norwich 2-1 despite having Gabriel Osho sent off after 80 minutes with the score level at 1-1. Nine minutes later Cauley Woodrow scored the winner for the home side to lift them to 12th.

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