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Jonathan Oakes is joined by Don Goodman and Gary Weaver to debate all the most recent from the Championship, League One and League Two.
The panel dissects all the newest information and speaking factors from the EFL, whereas we hear from Millwall’s Jed Wallace as he solutions our quickfire questions in Ten To Sort out.
Within the Championship (from the beginning) the panel check out how Fulham and Bournemouth continued on their path in the direction of promotion, Huddersfield claimed an enormous win and Blackburn suffered one other blow to their play-off hopes after being held late on at Coventry.
Nottingham Forest’s play-off cost continued with a thumping complete win over Blackpool, Barnsley and Studying drew in an enormous relegation conflict, and Swansea fan Lee Staddon (@swanscastmedia) assesses a historic win at Cardiff.
We then hear from Millwall midfielder Jed Wallace (25m58s), as he solutions our quickfire questions in Ten To Sort out, earlier than looking again at a victory for Rotherham over Sutton United within the Papa John’s Trophy closing at Wembley.
In League One (30m34s) MK Dons stored up the stress on Wigan and Rotherham on the high, AFC Wimbledon have been overwhelmed at Sheffield Wednesday in Mark Bowen’s first recreation answerable for the relegation strugglers, and Burton fan Jack Stout (@BrewersTV) assesses their marketing campaign and what the long run holds for the membership below Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink.
And in League Two (50m10s) Northampton’s current stumbles continued as they misplaced to fellow promotion challengers Mansfield, Salford continued their cost in the direction of the play-offs as they beat Hartlepool, Oldham’s survival hopes have been boosted by a win at fellow strugglers Stevenage and Scunthorpe fan Chris Walker (@friendsofpakati) discusses their gloomy journey in the direction of the drop to non-league.
All that and far, far more!