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Elsewhere in the Championship, Dougie Freedman secured a draw following his return to Selhurst Park with Bolton, while Birmingham stole a point against Brighton

CHAMPIONSHIP RESULTS

WEEKEND IN FULL
Derby
Birmingham
Blackburn
Crystal Palace
Ipswich

Leeds United
Millwall
Peterborough
Sheff Weds
Watford
Blackpool
1-1
2-2
1-2
0-0

1-1
1-0
0-2
1-1
0-0
4-0
1-2

Nottm Forest
Brighton
Charlton
Bolton

Barnsley
Bristol City
Burnley
Hull
Wolves
Huddersfield
 Cardiff
Despite the harsh weather, every Championship match went ahead on Saturday as Matej Vydra's double inspired Watford to a 4-0 victory over Huddersfield.

Cardiff extended their lead at the top of the table to 10 points with a 2-1 win away to Blackpool in the evening kick-off.

On his return to Selhurst Park, Dougie Freedman's Bolton were held to a goalless draw by Crystal Palace.

After going a goal down, Brighton looked on course to secure three points following efforts from Ashley Barnes and David Lopez. But Nikola Zigic's last-gasp strike sealed a point for Lee Clark's men.

Millwall's bid to secure a play-off place was dented following a 2-0 defeat at home to fellow promotion hopefuls Burnley.

Jordan Rhodes had cancelled out Dale Stephens' strike at Ewood Park but Charlton eventually ran out winners over Blackburn Rovers courtesy of Yann Kermorgant's effort.

Leeds also stay in contention of a play-off place as Ross McCormack struck to see off Bristol City.

LEAGUE ONE RESULTS

WEEKEND IN FULL
Brentford
Bury
Coventry
Crawley
Crewe

Doncaster
Hartlepool
Notts Co
Scunthorpe
Swindon
Walsall
Yeovil
1-2
P-P
2-1

P-P
P-P
2-0
P-P
1-1
P-P
2-0
3-1
P-P
Tranmere
Stevenage
Oldham
Carlisle

MK Dons
Leyton Orient
Colchester
Sheff Utd
Portsmouth
Shrewsbury
Bournemouth
Preston
Six matches in League One avoided postponement due to snowy conditions.

Tranmere remain top of the table after goals from Andy Robinson and Adam McGurk secured victory away to Brentford.

Doncaster sit level on points with Tranmere after their new manager Brian Flynn secured his first win in charge against Leyton Orient.

Chris Martin and Andy Williams netted for goals for Paolo Di Canio's Swindon side against Shrewsbury to stay third.

Coventry maintained their bid to secure a play-off spot after goals from Stephen Elliott and James Bailey helped see off Oldham.
 
LEAGUE TWO RESULTS

WEEKEND IN FULL
Accrington
Barnet
Bristol Rovers
Northampton
Oxford United

Port Vale
Rochdale
Southend
Torquay
Wycombe
York
P-P
P-P
P-P

1-0

P-P
P-P
P-P
P-P
P-P
1-0
0-0
Wimbledon
Fleetwood
Exeter
Burton Albion

Rotherham
Bradford
Gillingham
Plymouth
Chesterfield
Dag & Red

Aldershot
Just three fixtures survived the weather as Adebayo Akinfenwa's second-half strike secured victory for Northampton over fellow play-off candidates Burton Albion.

At the other end of the table, Aldershot aided their fight to avoid relegation by holding York to a goalless draw at Kit-Kat Crescent.

Sam Wood struck in the first half for Wycombe to give Gareth Ainsworth's side the win over Dagenham & Redbridge.

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