As ever, we’ve rounded up the winners and losers from another action-packed few days in the second-tier.
Scroll and click through the pages to see which teams, managers and players shone and struggled during the latest round of fixtures:
1. L: Kyle Naughton (Swansea City)
The former Tottenham Hotspur defender will miss his side’s final push for the play-offs places after being shown a straight red for a poor challenge on Nottingham Forest’s Alex Mighten in the 82nd-minute.
Photo: Catherine Ivill
2. W: Wigan Athletic
Well, it’s not everyday you win 8-0, and that is ignoring being in administration as well. Paul Cook and his players are doing the Latics immensely proud - and that is despite a number of them being linked with moves elsewhere too.
Photo: Nathan Stirk
3. L: Assem Allam and Grant McCann (Hull City)
Hull City did anything but fight for their Championship status at Wigan and if anything, probably sealed their fate following a shambolic display. Tigers fans are angry and want owner Allam and boss McCann gone, with rumours of a peaceful protest happening this weekend.
Photo: Ashley Allen
4. W: Brentford
Brentford’s sensational form continued with a 1-0 win versus Preston to once again pile the pressure on West Brom and Leeds - to some extent. “We’re in the play-offs (at least). That’s a fact. So why not give it a go for direct promotion?” warned manager Thomas Frank.
Photo: Ross Kinnaird