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Relive the EFL weekend action!

17 January 2022

There was an abundance of late drama and no shortage of big wins this weekend across the EFL.

Take a look back at some of the biggest headlines from the Sky Bet Championship, League One and League Two!


Fulham racked up the biggest score-line of the weekend, beating Bristol City at Craven Cottage. Marco Silva’s men came from behind to win 6-2 as the Championship’s leading marksman Aleksandar Mitrović grabbed a hat-trick against the Robins, taking his tally to 27 goals for the season.

Luton Town’s Kai Naismith popped up deep into stoppage time to secure maximum points for the Hatters against Bournemouth in a 3-2 triumph. Meanwhile, there was more late drama, as Middlesbrough moved inside the top six thanks to Matt Crooks' 95th minute winner against Reading.

Wins were also on the cards for Coventry City who saw off Peterborough United 4-1, Blackburn Rovers, as Tony Mowbray’s side edged Cardiff City 1-0, and Queens Park Rangers, who defeated West Bromwich Albion 1-0.



And Derby County made it five unbeaten and moved off the bottom with a 2-0 win over Sheffield United, courtesy of a Tom Lawrence double.



There’s a new League One leader as Wycombe Wanderers knocked Rotherham United off their perch. The Chairboys cruised to a 2-0 win over Oxford United.

Sunderland moved up to second after sharing the spoils with Accrington Stanley, settling for a 1-1 stalemate with John Coleman’s side.

Rotherham United, on the other hand, succumbed to defeat against Fleetwood Town. Anthony Pilkington scored the only goal of the game in the 95th minute to move the Cod Army further away from danger.

Wigan Athletic and Milton Keynes Dons kept the pressure on the top three. The Latics, who struck either side of the break, held on for a 2-1 triumph over Doncaster Rovers. Meanwhile, the Dons came out on top at Portsmouth.

Elsewhere, Sheffield Wednesday returned to winning ways when the Owls welcomed Plymouth Argyle to Hillsborough. Darren Moore’s men sailed to an emphatic 4-2 triumph over the Pilgrims, with Wednesday now sitting in eighth place in the standings.


In League Two’s early kick-off, Newport County thrashed Harrogate Town 4-0. The Welsh side found themselves 1-0 up inside the first 10 minutes before the Exiles’ in-form attacker Dom Telford made it 16 goals in 12 appearances, bagging himself two goals.

Tranmere Rovers made it nine unbeaten in the League as Micky Mellon’s side beat Rochdale 2-0 in our featured game of the weekend. Charlie Jolley’s early brace set Rovers’ stall out early, with the hosts opening their account inside the first three minutes.

Sutton United versus Stevenage was a six goal thriller. Fifth-placed Sutton headed into added time trailing Boro by a goal before Richie Bennett levelled proceedings late in the day to make it 3-3 with moments left on the clock.

Elsewhere at the top, high-flyers Northampton Town and Forest Green Rovers registered a 1-1 draw, Swindon Town defeated Port Vale 3-1, and Mansfield Town ran out 2-0 winners against Walsall.

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