Leicester remain top of the Championship table following a packed Halloween weekend of action.
Harry Winks struck a 80th minute winner for league leaders, Leicester as they battled to a 2-1 win at ten-men and second-bottom QPR, after Andre Dozzell was sent off 19 minutes following his 40th minute equaliser to cancel out Stephy Mavididi’s opening goal.
QPR’s loss consequently meant that Gareth Ainsworth was sacked as manager on Saturday evening (28 October), and replaced by Marti Cifuentes less than 48 hours later.
Second-half goals from George Hirst and Marcus Harness saw second-placed Ipswich beat Plymouth 3-2 at Portman Road, although Argyle had led through Morgan Whittaker before Bali Mumba’s own-goal pulled the Tractor Boys level.
Braces from Daniel James and Crysencio Summerville saw third-placed Leeds hammer Huddersfield 4-1 at Elland Road in a Yorkshire derby.
Taylor Harwood-Bellis, Carlos Alcaraz and Adam Armstrong all found the net for Southampton as the Saints beat Birmingham City 3-1 to sit fourth in the table.
Goals from Grady Diangana and Brandon Thomas-Asante saw West Brom beat Coventry 2-0 at the CBS Arena to climb to fifth in the table.
Cardiff rounded out the top six with a 2-0 home win over Bristol City in the Severnside derby, courtesy of goals from Perry Ng and Rubin Colwill.
Elsewhere, Michael Smith’s first-half brace saw rock-bottom Sheffield Wednesday beat third-bottom Rotherham for their first win of the season.
Jaden Philogene struck a 68th minute winner as Hull beat a free-falling Preston 1-0 at the MKM Stadium to move up to seventh.
First half goals from Michael Rose and Mehdi Leris saw Stoke defeat Middlesbrough at the Riverside Stadium.
Trai Hume, Dan Neil and Jack Clarke all scored as Sunderland fought back to beat Norwich 3-1 at the Stadium of Light, and end their three-match losing streak.
Liam Cullen’s 28th minute winner saw Swansea scrape past Blackburn at Ewood Park in a mid-table encounter.
Finally, Mileta Rajovic’s injury-time equaliser saw Watford snatch a 2-2 draw at home to Millwall, after the Lions fought back through Zian Flemming and Wes Harding to lead following Yaser Asprilla’s seventh minute goal for the Hornets.