Big clashes in the Champ, and big moves in League One

          EFL Winners & Losers

          2020/11/21 19:26
          By Connor Andrews

          With the 72 all back in action this week following another morale-sapping international break, we got a better idea of where things are heading in the Championship, while Leagues One and Two remain anyone's guess.


          Hull: Moving to the top of the third tier, Josh Magennis scored twice for Hull in a 3-1 away win over an in-form MK Dons, taking the first place that their football has certainly warranted this season.

          Carlisle: While Carlisle have been inconsistent with a WLWLW record in their last five, they’re picking up more than enough points to be enjoying life in League Two, with three of their best so far in a 3-0 away win at Crawley.

          Fleetwood: Returning to the form that surprised many last season, Fleetwood are back on a roll after a tricky start, winning five of their last six league games with an impressive 16 goals scored, four of which coming away at Bristol Rovers today.

          Bournemouth: Climbing up to second, Bournemouth leapfrog Reading by putting four past them in a thrilling 4-2 win in the early kick-off where they initially trailed 2-0, but fought back in impressive style thanks to a brace from Dominic Solanke and a stunner from Lewis Cook.

          Barnsley: Continuing to show strong signs of survival since Gerhard Struber’s departure, Barnsley make it four wins from five under Valerien Ismaël, pulling well away from the relegation zone, and close to the top half.




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          Reading: After seven wins from eight to start the season, four losses on the bounce leave Reading in all sorts of trouble, especially after giving up a 2-0 lead against Bournemouth today which has left many wondering if the Cherries and Norwich are already destined to close off the automatic promotion spots.

          Peterborough: Losing top spot in League One, Peterborough’s excellent run is in the rear-view mirror with zero points from two games they should definitely be winning against Crewe and today against Blackpool, with Gary Madine’s stoppage-time winner showing that level of inconsistency still exists.

          Wigan: After a heartbreaking end to last season, things haven’t got much better for Wigan in League One, who have just seven points from 12 games after a 2-1 home loss to Oxford today.

          Burton: And with exactly the same record as Wigan are Burton, who sit below them at the foot of the League One table following a worrying 3-1 home loss against promoted Northampton.




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