Derby move up to third
Derby moved into third place in the Championship after Patrick Bamford's stunning goal earned them victory over Sheffield Wednesday at Hillsborough this morning (Singapore time).
The Owls had dominated the game but were unable to find a way through, with Michail Antonio denied by Derby goalkeeper Lee Grant on three occasions.
And they were made to pay when on-loan Chelsea youngster Bamford received the ball on the right, stepped inside and curled a wonderful left-footed shot home off the underside of the bar for his fifth goal in six games.
The win takes Steve McClaren's side ahead of QPR and within two points of second-placed Burnley.
Wigan jumped to seventh with a 2-0 home win against relegation-haunted Barnsley but saw midfielder Ben Watson suffer a serious injury in the first half.
Watson came off worst in a challenge with Martin Woods, sparking fears of a season-ending second broken leg in 15 months.
Nicky Maynard scored the first after great work down the left by Jean Beausejour and Martyn Waghorn made it 2-0 just before half-time.
Barnsley played their part and had chances of their own but are now just one point above bottom club Yeovil, who drew 0-0 with Watford.
The Glovers had the best chances of a drab encounter, Joe Edwards wasting a clear-cut opportunity while Hornets goalkeeper Manuel Almunia denied James Hayter and Joe Ralls.
- PA Sport.