In the match of the round, Leeds were convincing 2-0 winners over Nottingham Forest at The City Ground. Goals from Kemar Roofe and Ezgjan Alioski mean that United preserve their unbeaten start to the season along with Cardiff City.

The Bluebirds held on for a 2-1 over QPR as Neil Warnock’s side extended their perfect start to the campaign. Ex-QPR player, Junior Hoilett has been on fire for the Welsh outfit and was on hand to open the scoring for the Welsh outfit. Cardiff will sit top of the table for the next fortnight as we head into the international break.

Leeds United fans celebrate

Reading recorded their first away win of the season as they defeated Birmingham 2-0 at St Andrews. The Royals showed flashes of brilliance while the Blues struggled across all areas of the park. Redknapp will be disappointed by his side’s performance and to add to the loss, the Birmingham boss will have to do without latest signing, Carl Jenkinson who dislocated his shoulder in his debut for the club.

Mick McCarthy’s side lost their 100% start to the season as they fell to a 2-0 defeat against Fulham at Portman Road. The Ipswich Town manager will head into the break with plenty to ponder as he aims to ensure that they can return to the winner’s circle when they regroup in two weeks’ time.

Blades striker, Billy Sharp notched a brace for Sheffield United as they defeated Derby County 3-1 at Bramall Lane. Sharp has been instrumental for his side as they rise to fifth on the Championship ladder.

A draw for Bristol City and Aston Villa

Barnsley were surprise 3-0 winners over Sunderland at Oakwell. However, the shock result came from The New Den as Millwall recorded their first win of the season in convincing fashion as the Lions slotted four unanswered goals past a poor Norwich outfit.

Elsewhere, Bristol City and Aston Villa played out a 1-1 draw while Hull were impressive in their 4-0 drumming of Bolton.

Here is the best and worst from the latest round of Championship fixtures as we head into the international break.