Wigan Athletic were held to a 0-0 draw at Barnsley on Saturday as the Latics wait to learn their fate on the proposed 12-point deduction.
As ever, we’ve round-up the winners and losers from another action-packed weekend in the second-tier.
Scroll and click through the pages to see which teams, managers and players shone and struggled over the latest round of fixtures:
5. L: West Brom
Slaven Bilic admitted his Baggies players are feeling the pressure from Brentford after being held by Blackburn Rovers, however, vowed to “face it head on” by “sticking together, by being together and helping each other.” Photo: David Rogers
6. BRENTFORD, ENGLAND - JANUARY 28: Said Benrahma of Brentford looks on during the Sky Bet Championship match between Brentford FC and Nottingham Forest at Griffin Park on January 28, 2020 in Brentford, England. (Photo by Alex Burstow/Getty Images)
Benrahma’s brilliance at Derby helped Brentford to a seventh consecutive win and close the gap on 2nd to just three points. Pontus Jansson warned it’d be “stupid” if the Bees weren’t eyeing the top two, wheres Thomas Frank admitted he is keeping tabs on Leeds and West Brom’s results. Photo: Alex Burstow
7. L: Swansea City
The Swans blew the chance to leapfrog rivals Cardiff City into the final play-off spot and while boss Steve Cooper was left gutted by the result, he came out fighting - predicting the race for 6th to go down to the final game. Photo: Jordan Mansfield
8. W: Leeds United
Marcelo Bielsa’s men left it late at Swansea City to claim a monumental win in their quest for automatic promotion to the Premier League. Just four points are required in their final three games to end their 16-year absence from the promised land. Photo: Warren Little