Here's our selection from the latest round of EFL fixtures, including the standout performer from Sunday's Checkatrade Trophy Final...
John Ruddy: Cardiff City 0-1 Wolverhampton Wanderers
A dramatic evening in Cardiff concluded with two unsuccessful penalties for the hosts. Ruddy superbly saved the first, which no doubt concerned Junior Hoilett as he struck the bar with the second. A title-clinching performance?
Alex Pearce: Derby County 3-0 Bolton Wanderers
Derby are one of the sides looking over their shoulder, but a goal and a clean sheet from Pearce kept the play-off chasing pack at bay.
Danny Collins: Grimsby Town 1-0 Chesterfield
Just when it was needed, Collins excelled at the back for Grimsby as they kept out relegation rivals Chesterfield and ended their 20-game wait for a win.
Daniel Ayala: Middlesbrough 2-0 Nottingham Forest
Like Pearce, Ayala did the business at either end as Middlesbrough kept hold of their place in the Championship play-offs.
Harry Wilson: Hull City 4-0 Queens Park Rangers
The winger continues to impress, delivering another fine performance as Hull moved to the brink of safety. The Liverpool scored one and made another in the rout at the KCOM.
Joe Newell: Rotherham United 3-2 Fleetwood Town
Paul Warne ran out of superlatives for Newell, who was outstanding in a topsy-turvy affair. The scorer of a fine volley, he then created the winner for Richard Wood.
Elliott Whitehouse: Lincoln City 1-0 Shrewsbury Town
Checkatrade Trophy joy for the Imps, who marked their first Wembley appearance with victory. Whitehouse netted the crucial goal and was named Man of the Match for his all-action midfield display.
Josh Murphy: Norwich City 3-1 Aston Villa
Murphy tore Aston Villa apart, with a stunning curling effort setting the tone for his performance. He then ran through to set up James Maddison and thwart Villa's comeback.
Will Grigg: Wigan Athletic 5-1 Milton Keynes Dons
On fire. The Northern Ireland striker netted a treble against the club he used to play for on loan, taking his season tally to 23 in all competitions.
Nathan Delfouneso: Blackpool 5-0 Bradford City
Blackpool were rampant with Delfouneso the main man. He struck twice inside half an hour, before adding a third after the break to take home the match ball.
Jonathan Forte: Notts County 2-1 Coventry City
Forte was the star man as Notts County won a crucial encounter, netting twice to see off their play-off rivals and keep hopes of automatic promotion alive.
Neil Harris: Millwall 2-0 Bristol City
A huge game in the battle for the Championship play-offs was won by the in-form Lions; Harris' side are unbeaten at the Den since early November, and are 15 games unbeaten.