Sport Charlie Austin scored twice to give QPR a 2-1 win over Huddersfield

David Nugent struck late to keep Leicester top of the Championship with QPR and Burnley in hot pursuit

Millwall manager Ian Holloway

Huddersfield Town 1 Millwall 0 match report: Nakhi Wells’ winner fails to dampen Ian Holloway’s spirit

Game looked to be heading for a stalemate until Wells popped up with a winner to condemn Lions to another loss

Danny Ings was on target again for Burnley in their 2-1 win over Yeovil

Championship round-up: Unstoppable Danny Ings on the money again as Burnley maintain pressure on leaders Leicester

Victory at Yeovil reduced the gap to Foxes after their 4-1 win over Derby on Friday, while QPR also kept up their challenge with win over Ipswich

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Former Crystal Palace manager Ian Holloway appointed by Millwall

The Championship side are hovering above the relegation zone

Scott Hogan celebrates his goal

Football round-up: Scott Hogan's a hero as Leeds crash out at Rochdale

Rochdale registered one of the shocks of the FA Cup third round yesterday as the League Two side sent Leeds United crashing out with a 2-0 win at Spotland. Goals towards the end of each half from Scott Hogan and Ian Henderson secured a place in the fourth round and Brian McDermott's in-form Championship team could have few complaints after a poor display. The hosts took a deserved lead at the end of the first half when Hogan drifted between Marius Zaliukas and Jason Pearce to meet Peter Vincenti's cross and send a looping header over Paddy Kenny for his 11th goal of the season. The result was sealed in the 83rd minute when Graham Cummins picked out Henderson who volleyed into the top corner.

Southend players celebrate scoring against Millwall in their 4-1 victory

Southend 4 Millwall 1 match report: Shrimpers smash managerless Millwall as problems continue to mount

Millwall crash out after 15 minute delay when the floodlights went out as much as their FA Cup hopes

Kenwyne Jones scores for Stoke City in the 2-1 win over Leicester City

Stoke City 2 Leicester City 1 match report: Stoke rewarded for Mark Hughes’ faith in the Cup

Goals from Kenwyne Jones and Charlie Adam were enough to see Stoke through to the fourth round with a late David Nugent goal nothing more than a consolation

Danny Drinkwater scores for Championship leaders Leicester in their 5-3 home win over Bolton

Round-Up: Leicester fight back to beat Bolton in eight-goal thriller

Giuseppe Sannino remains unbeaten as head coach at Watford

Fernando Forestieri scores for Watford in their 4-0 win over Millwall

Championship round-up: David Nugent penalty sends Leicester City top as Derby's winning run is halted by Huddersfield

Elsewhere there were wins for Middlesbrough Ipswich and Watford

DJ Campbell, pictured playing for Ipswich Town last season (but has since joined Blackburn Rovers), is one of six men arrested over match-fixing allegations

Match-fixing: DJ Campbell given time off by Blackburn Rovers after he was bailed following arrest

Club have confirmed the striker will not play any part this weekend

Sheffield Wednesday’s Connor Wickham (second left) scored both goals in the defeat of Leicester

Championship round-up: Connor Wickham pegs back Leicester while Harry Redknapp enjoys reunion with Bournemouth

Leicester City saw their three-point lead in the Championship evaporate as they were beaten by managerless Sheffield Wednesday at Hillsborough while Queen's Park Rangers won 3-0 over Bournemouth. On a dramatic evening the bottom three clubs – Wednesday, Barnsley and Yeovil – all won, two of them having sacked their managers at the weekend.

Jamie Vardy of Leicester celebrates after he scored against Millwall

Leicester City 3 Millwall 0 match report: Jamie Vardy’s finishing touches propel Leicester to top

Two goals for the striker, including a brilliant 70-yard run, sends the Foxes top of the Championship

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'The atmosphere was strange too. Only two of the stands are opened so it is like watching a reserves game at times'

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