EFL goals and first legs: Sheffield United and Norwich both beaten | Football news

Sheffield United remain top of the Sky Bet Championship despite losing 3-1 away to Stoke.

The Potters, who claimed their first win in four games, overcame Ben Wilmot before Rhian Brewster leveled for Sheffield United.

Former Blade Phil Jagielka shot past the Potters just before half-time and Liam Delap scored his first goal for the club just before the final whistle to send Stoke into 15th place.

Norwich missed out on top of the table as Troy Parrott’s winner made consecutive wins for Preston with a shock 3-2 victory.

Josh Sargent gave the Canaries a two-minute lead but Preston, who had scored just four goals in their first 12 games, equalized thanks to Emil Riis and the striker gave the Lilywhites the lead with his second just after. break.

Norwich then leveled Gabriel Sara, with his first goal for the club, but Parrott scored after 10 minutes to put Preston up to eighth.

Nathan Tella’s goal was enough for Burnley to move to fourth after defeat Coventry 1-0, while Swansea continued their impressive form with a 2-1 victory over Sunderlandwho is currently playing four games without a win.

They took the lead thanks to Ollie Cooper and Harry Darling doubling their advantage just before the break.

Jack Clarke pulled back a goal for the Black Cats six minutes into the second half, but the Swans were able to see the game to secure four straight wins.

Securing a Ben Brereton Diaz . Double Blackburn back to winning ways with a 3-0 win first Rotherham.

The Chile international scored one goal in each half, with Sammie Szmodics scoring the third for Rovers, who finished seventh.

Cardiff won consecutively after defeat Wigan 3-1, with goals from Callum Robinson and Sheyi Ojo putting them ahead.

Charlie Wyke pulled back in the 83rd minute with a special goal – his first since suffering a cardiac arrest at the club’s training ground last November.

An injury-time strike from Ryan Wintle eliminated any chance of a late return for the Latics.

A double from Zian Flemming helped Millwall move up to 13th place with victory over struggle Middlesbrough.

Auston Trusty’s double and Dion Sanderson’s goal witnessed Birmingham put three past Bristol City to end their three-game winless streak.

A late double from Jerry Yates helped Blackpool earn three points against Watfordbeat Slaven Bilic’s team with a score of 3-1.

Gary Madine gave Quyt the lead before Imran Louza equalized with a free kick but Yates secured the win with two quick goals in the final 10 minutes.

West Brom and Luton forced to share the spoils with a goalless draw at the Hawthorns, which left Baggies boss Steve Bruce under pressure.

Sky Bet League One

Plymouth secured their spot at the top of Sky Bet League One by taking their fourth win in a row, beating Accrington 3-0 in a match where both sides reduced to 10 men.

Niall Ennis gave Argyle the lead in the 24th minute, before Plymouth defender Dan Scarr and captain Stanley Seamus Conneely were both red cards after 50-50 late in the first half.

Sam Cosgrove fired in a second for Plymouth in the 63rd minute, with Ryan Hardie coming on from the bench to seal the victory in extra time.

Ipswich come from behind to beat the bottom of the table Morecambe 2-1 at Mazuma Stadium.

Kieran Phillips put the hosts ahead, but second-half goals from George Edmundson and a light penalty from Lee Evans gave Ipswich all three points to stay in second place.

Chris Forino’s first goal earned Wycombe win 1-0 at Oxford in a game that was delayed 45 minutes due to a medical emergency in the crowd.

Oxford missed an early penalty by Cameron Brannagan when Forino picked up Alfie Mawson’s cross to score the only goal in the 33rd minute.

Sheffield Wednesday keep pushing them for promotion back to the Championship with a 3-0 win Cheltenham.

Josh Windass scored in the third minute to give Wednesday the lead, but they had to wait until the 83rd minute for their second through Barry Bannan, with Fisayo Dele-Bashiru adding a third two minutes later.

Port Vale come from behind to pass 10 people Derby 2-1 at Pride Park.

James Collins gave Derby the lead in the fifth minute but was then sent off after a collision with Nathan Smith.

Vale missed a penalty in the 15th minute as they were awarded another in the 55th minute, and Ellis Harrison made no mistake the second time around.

Collins’ red card came three minutes after the player leveled the gap, before James Wilson scored the winner in the 66th minute.

Elsewhere, Jay Stansfield has scored twice as Exeter beat Barnsley 2-0 at Oakwell.

Bristol Rovers beat Cambridge 2-1, with Shrewsbury also won all three points with the same score at home in front of 10 people MK Dons.

Green Forest beat Bolton 1-0, while Portsmouth and Fleetwood play out a 1-1 draw.

Peterborough was held to a 1-1 draw by Burton like Lincoln and Charlton also shared the spoils in a goalless draw.

Sky Bet League Two

Jordan Roberts scores a brace to help Stevenage topped Sky Bet League Two with a 2-0 win Swindon.

Boro scored his first goal after just 11 minutes when Roberts nodded from Danny Rose’s cross.

Stevenage took his fourth straight win when Jamie Reid put it on the plate for Roberts.

Leyton Orient dropped to second as they were held to a 1-1 draw by Doncaster.

Paul Smyth took the lead with a reasonable scissor kick in the 26th minute but Richie Wellens couldn’t keep all three points against his old side when Harrison Biggins equalized in the second half.

Salford won 1-0 first Northampton thanks to Ethan Galbraith’s first-half strike.

Mansfield continue their purple streak as they beat the winners 1-0 Barrow.

Jordan Bowery headed home from close range after Oliver Hawkins’ initial effort went over the bar as Barrow slipped to their third goal of the game.

Paddy Madden’s first-half effort from the penalty spot was earned Port warehouse 1-0 win first Bradfordwho suffered their first home defeat of the season.

Carlisle come from behind to beat lowly Hartlepool 3-1.

Cumbrian’s seven-match unbeaten streak going into the game was threatened when Pools attacked first after half-time by Alex Lacey.

But Owen Moxon’s goal and Omari Patrick’s brace helped them advance to the play-off spots.

Grimsby won their first in four games at the tournament with a convincing 3-0 win over rock-bottom Crawleywho suffered the fourth defeat in a row.

Town took the lead in the 4th minute thanks to Anthony Glennon’s superb free-kick and added two more in the second half thanks to a Gavan Holohan close-range finish and an expert finish from Ryan Taylor.

Kane Hemmings took a penalty and Paul Lewis added a second in first-half stoppage time to help Tranmere won 2-0 first Sutton and claimed their fourth straight win.

Crewe draw 1-1 with Gillingham. The Gills opened the scoring in the 12th minute when Scott Kashket caught in Mikael Mandron’s initial effort but they were pulled back just seven minutes later when Dan Agyei’s impressive shot from 20 yards passed Glenn Morris.

Walsall made a series of victories with a 3-1 victory before AFC Wimbledon.

Isaac Hutchinson gave the Saddlers an early lead before Ryley Towler equalized in the 20th minute.

Walsall started the second half intently and Danny Johnson’s eighth goal of the season regained their advantage and the score was wrapped up in injury time thanks to a Tom Knowles effort from inside the box.

Rochdale move away from the foot of the table and get their second win of the season with a 1-0 win over Newport.

James Ball scored in the fifth minute when he headed past Joe Day.

Colchester won 2-1 against fellow contenders Ask questions when Matt Bloomfield announced his first tournament win as U.S. team boss.

Kwesi Appiah opened the scoring as he circled the keeper and headed the hosts before Frank Nouble doubled their advantage but Alex Pattison’s strike for the visitors in stoppage time was not enough to deny three Colchester point.


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