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 players support on-going campaign to save the A&E department at Lewisham Hospital

Millwall agree partnership with Prostate Cancer UK: Club take bold step to display charity logo on shirts for free

Millwall have announced a free partnership to display the logo of the national charity Prostate Cancer UK on their shirts for the 2013/14 season.

Harry Redknapp will stay at QPR and try to rebuild his squad

Championship fixture list unveiled: QPR begin at home against Sheffield Wednesday

The Hoops are looking to bounce back to the Premier League at the first attempt

Marvin Sordell: The England under-21s striker making a noise about human trafficking

Bolton player is also fighting back against the remnants of racism left in the English game

El-Hadji Diouf pictured at Millwall

West Ham and Millwall escape FA action following discriminatory abuse investigations

Separate incidents involving the clubs had been reported

Hartlepool appoint Colin Cooper as new manager

Pools were relegated to npower League Two last season

Markus Babbel as a manager and in 2001 as a Liverpool player

Former Liverpool defender Markus Babbel on verge of Millwall appointment

The Championship side are seeking a replacement for Kenny Jackett

Gary Johnson: The manager took Yeovil into the league now aims to lift them higher

League One Play-off Final: Yeovil and Brentford chase £3.1m cash injection

The Championship play-off is billed as the richest match in football but wealth is relative. For Brentford and Yeovil Town, the League One play-off has the potential to be just as transformative.

Phil Parkinson (left) and Aidy Boothroyd will be going head-tohead at Wembley

League Two Play-off Final: Fallen stars sense chance for renewal in showpiece game as Northampton face Bradford

Bright young managers of yesteryear lock horns at Wembley

Millwall manager Kenny Jackett

Wolves job suits Kenny Jackett after Millwall resignation

Kenny Jackett has emerged as a contender for the vacant manager's position at Wolverhampton Wanderers following the sacking of Dean Saunders. Saturday's 2-0 defeat to Brighton relegated Wolves from the Championship, the second season in a row they have dropped a division.

Kenny Jackett looks on during Millwall's FA Cup semi-final defeat to Wigan

Kenny Jackett resigns as manager of Millwall

The club only just avoided relegation from the Championship

The Championship: Second tier's unpredictable fare provides thrilling finale

Only the Premier League, the Bundesliga and La Liga are better attended

Joel Ekstrand has become a key part of Watford’s defence after signing on loan from Udinese

Joel Ekstrand: Ice-cool Swede keeping calm over Watford's big day in the Championship

The defender can help his side reach Premier League today – but that’s fun not daunting, he tells Jack Pitt-Brooke

Championship preview: All eyes will be on Hull City and Watford this weekend

The Championship is yet again proving why it is one of the most competitive leagues in Europe - only three of Saturday’s fixtures are of no consequence with 12 teams realistically still having something to play for.

The Sport Matrix: Wednesday 1 May 2013

Warburton is Lions captain but Wilko says no to the call

Millwall striker Andy Keogh has a shot blocked by Damien Delaney

Millwall 0 Crystal Palace 0 match report: Palace keep staggering towards Championship play-off place

Both sides took single faltering steps in the right direction at The Den, but neither Crystal Palace nor Millwall looked desperately deserving of their eventual target. This tense but technically dismal derby should mean celebratory Saturdays for the two south London sides, but they are not ending the season with a flourish.

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