Wolves slipped to their first defeat of the season last Saturday, meaning that Cardiff City and Ipswich Town now lead the way at the top of the Championship.
Burton Albion managed to pry themselves off the bottom, while Aston Villa picked up their first win of the season at the fourth attempt.
With round five to come this Friday and Saturday, Goal has your guide to the upcoming Championship fixtures and recent results.
|Aug 25||Bristol City vs Aston Villa||19:45||Sky|
|Aug 25||Hull City vs Bolton Wanderers||19:45||No|
|Aug 26||Barnsley vs Sunderland||15:00||No|
|Aug 26||Birmingham City vs Reading||15:00||No|
|Aug 26||Brentford vs Wolves||15:00||No|
|Aug 26||Burton Albion vs Sheffield Wednesday||15:00||No|
|Aug 26||Cardiff City vs Queens Park Rangers||15:00||No|
|Aug 26||Ipswich Town vs Fulham||15:00||No|
|Aug 26||Middlesbrough vs Preston North End||15:00||No|
|Aug 26||Millwall vs Norwich City||15:00||No|
|Aug 26||Sheffield United vs Derby County||15:00||No|
|Aug 26||Nottingham Forest vs Leeds United||17:30||Sky|
Two Championship games will be broadcast live this week. Aston Villa's visit to Bristol City opens the coverage on Friday evening as Steve Bruce's side look to build on last weekend's big win over Norwich City, while Nottingham Forest and Leeds United conclude the coverage on Saturday.
Wolves will aim to bounce back from their first loss of the season when they play Brentford away on Saturday. Cardiff City and Ipswich Town will be hoping to continue their 100 per cent start when they face Queens Park Rangers and Fulham respectively.
|Aug 18||Burton Albion 2-1 Birmingham City||19:45||Sky|
|Aug 19||Sheffield United 1-0 Barnsley||12:15||No|
|Aug 19||Aston Villa 4-2 Norwich City||15:00||No|
|Aug 19||Bolton Wanderers 1-2 Derby County||15:00||No|
|Aug 19||Bristol City 0-0 Millwall||15:00||No|
|Aug 19||Fulham 0-1 Sheffield Wednesday||15:00||No|
|Aug 19||Ipswich Town 2-0 Brentford||15:00||No|
|Aug 19||Nottingham Forest 2-1 Middlesbrough||15:00||No|
|Aug 19||Preston North End 1-0 Reading||15:00||No|
|Aug 19||Queens Park Rangers 2-1 Hull City||15:00||No|
|Aug 19||Wolves 1-2 Cardiff City||15:00||No|
|Aug 19||Sunderland 0-2 Leeds United||17:30||Sky|
|6||Queens Park Rangers||4||2||1||1||+1||7|
|7||Preston North End||4||2||1||1||+1||7|
*Table at conclusion of gameweek four.
Three teams are promoted from the Championship to the Premier League, with the top two automatically achieving promotion.
The coveted third promotion spot is awarded to the winner of the Championship play-off, which involves the teams that finish from third to sixth in the table and is played after the regular schedule.
At the conclusion of the season, the bottom three teams are relegated to League One.
CHAMPIONSHIP TV COVERAGE
Sky Sports have the rights to the Championship - and the entirety of the Football League - this season and will be broadcasting games on their Sky Sports Football channel. They can also be streamed via Sky Go.
As noted above, two games will be shown this weekend: Bristol City vs Aston Villa will be broadcast live on Friday, while Nottingham Forest vs Leeds United conclude's the weekend coverage.
|UK TV channel||UK online stream|
|Sky Sports Football||Sky Go|
If you live outside of the UK, you will be able to stream all of your club's non-televised matches live through the Football League's new iFollow service this season.
A subscription to the platform costs £110 for the 2017-18 campaign and will grant you full access to up to 46 games. For more details, see the EFL's website.