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Leeds joy as Sheffield United suffer double injury blow, Referee called out by TV pundit in Aston Villa game as Reading chief hits back at doubters - Championship winners and losers

It was all happening in the Championship this weekend as the promotion picture took another dramatic turn.

Here, we round-up the winners and losers from another entertaining and action packed weekend in the second tier. Scroll down and click through the pages to see who shone and struggled in Championship this weekend...

Villa lucky, Bristol City unlucky, or neither? TV pundit Liam Rosenior called out referee Scott Duncan after his decision to award Dean Smiths side a penalty in their 2-1 win, believing he was swayed.

5. L: Scott Duncan

Villa lucky, Bristol City unlucky, or neither? TV pundit Liam Rosenior called out referee Scott Duncan after his decision to award Dean Smiths side a penalty in their 2-1 win, believing he was swayed.
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He might have been breached in the end but Westwood reaped the plaudits on Saturday evening with a series of outstanding saves v Leeds, in particular, his save of the season contender to deny Tyler Roberts from point-blank range.

6. W: Keiran Westwood

He might have been breached in the end but Westwood reaped the plaudits on Saturday evening with a series of outstanding saves v Leeds, in particular, his save of the season contender to deny Tyler Roberts from point-blank range.
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A 4-0 defeat at Derby and still no takeover as the financial crisis continues, Boltons future looks bleak on and off the pitch. It is because of the owner, Ken Anderson. What a shambles, though that is an understatement.

7. L: Ken Anderson

A 4-0 defeat at Derby and still no takeover as the financial crisis continues, Boltons future looks bleak on and off the pitch. It is because of the owner, Ken Anderson. What a shambles, though that is an understatement.
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Pukki loves a late leveller. While there are suggestions that the league leaders are stuttering with two consecutive draws, Daniel Farke insisted he was happy with a point at Wigan  thanks to Pukki (not for the first time).

8. W: Teemu Pukki

Pukki loves a late leveller. While there are suggestions that the league leaders are stuttering with two consecutive draws, Daniel Farke insisted he was happy with a point at Wigan thanks to Pukki (not for the first time).
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