If you didn’t already know… Wigan Athletic won EIGHT-nil against Hull City on Tuesday evening to open up a crucial 12-point gap on the relegation zone.
As ever, we’ve rounded-up the winners and losers from another action-packed few days in the second-tier.
Scroll and click through the pages to see which teams, managers and players shone and struggled during the latest round of fixtures:
1. L: Hull City
In what was a huge weekend of results at the bottom of the table, Hull blew a HUGE chance to claim three points at Birmingham, first surrendering a 2-0 lead before a 3-2 scoreline devastatingly became 3-3 via a late Gary Gardner equaliser. Photo: David Rogers
2. W: Wigan Athletic
Paul Cook’s men extended their unbeaten run to EIGHT matches with a 2-0 win at home to Blackburn, however former Latics loanee and Rovers keeper Christian Walton was adamant he was fouled during Lee Evans’ 80th-minute opener. Photo: Nathan Stirk
3. L: Huddersfield Town
Having been swept aside 3-1 at Nottingham Forest and as a result, slipping into the relegation places, reports suggest the Terriers are considering sacking Danny Cowley before Wednesday’s meeting with Birmingham. Photo: Gareth Copley
4. W: Elliot Lee (Luton Town)
Lee has been handed a Luton lifeline under Nathan Jones having started just once under former boss Graeme Jones. According to Lee, he now has a boss “he can trust” and the club “wasn’t going in the right direction under the previous manager”. Ouch… Photo: Pete Norton