Saturday 15th March.

Sky Bet Championship leaders Leicester City rattled three goals past an opponent for the fourth consecutive game as they came from behind to beat Blackpool 3-1 at the King Power Stadium.

Nigel Pearson's previously impervious Foxes, who are now 17 points clear in the automatic promotion places - and still seven ahead of second-placed Burnley - wobbled in defence four minutes before half-time and David Goodwillie duly fired the Tangerines ahead.

But Leicester have put Ipswich Town, Charlton Athletic and Barnsley to the sword in recent weeks and channelled those performances to hit back through Riyad Mahrez, Wes Morgan and substitute Kevin Phillips.

It was a similar story for nearest chasers Burnley, who fell behind at home to Leeds United only to recover and win 2-1.

Ross McCormack gave the Whites the lead on 27 minutes but Jason Pearce undid his team-mate's good work with an own goal seven minutes before the break.

The turnaround was complete on 67 minutes as Scott Arfield hit home to help the Clarets open a 10-point gap on third-placed Derby County.

Steve McClaren's Rams drew a blank in their goalless draw at Reading, a result that opened the door to ambitious FA Cup semi-finalists Wigan Athletic.

The Latics showed no signs of fatigue following their surprise cup victory over Manchester City and claimed a sixth-straight league win through James McClean's brace and a goal from Leon Barnett in a 3-1 triumph at Ipswich Town.

Tommy Smith had opened the scoring for the East Anglian side, but the defeat leaves them in ninth place.

On-loan West Ham United youngster Ravel Morrison scored twice as Queens Park Rangers beat Yeovil Town 3-0 at Loftus Road. Bobby Zamora added a late third from the bench to keep the West Londoners well-placed in fourth.

Nottingham Forest, however, are at risk of dropping out of the Play-Off places after Doncaster Rovers ground out a goalless draw at the City Ground to deny their hosts a first win in six attempts.

Jordan Rhodes returned to haunt his former club Huddersfield Town by hitting a hat-trick in a 4-2 victory for Blackburn Rovers.

The Scotland striker is a revered figure at the John Smith's Stadium but his treble - and a goal from Craig Conway - left the Terriers chasing their tails. Adam Hammill and Nahki Wells got on the scoresheet for the hosts.

Brighton and Hove Albion and Watford are both upwardly mobile after securing wins over Bolton Wanderers and Barnsley respectively.

Will Buckley bagged a brace as the eighth-placed Seagulls ran out 2-0 victors at the Reebok Stadium while Watford trio Cristian Battocchio, Troy Deeney and Alexander Merkel scored to heap more misery on relegation-threatened Barnsley, who lost 3-0.

Sheffield Wednesday are quickly forgetting about their early-season woes and took another step forward by hammering Birmingham City 4-1 at Hillsborough.

Caolan Lavery notched twice with Leon Best also scoring for the Owls before an own goal from Will Packwood wounded the Blues further. Lee Novak gave Birmingham some reason to cheer with a goal 10 minutes from time.

Millwall and Charlton Athletic had the opportunity to make progress in the battle against the drop but their London derby ended goalless and Middlesbrough failed to score for the sixth game in eight during their stalemate at Bournemouth.

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