Burnley return to the summit
A review of Saturday's action in the Sky Bet Championship, as Burnley returned to the top and Leicester won at QPR..
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QPR were beaten 1-0 at home to Leicester in the early kick-off to allow Burnley to move a point above them in the table.
Burnley went ahead through Danny Ings' early goal only for Craig Cathcart to level.
But Scott Arfield struck the winner two minutes into the second half.
Jamie Ward put County in front and, after Chris Martin had missed a penalty, Simon Dawkins did make it two five minutes after the break.
Jake Buxton's own goal gave Rovers a lifeline, but Craig Bryson sealed the points in the 78th minute to leave Derby within three points of top spot.
Early goals from Chris McCann and Nick Powell put Uwe Rosler's resurgent side in command.
Billy Sharp missed a 53rd-minute penalty to get Reading back in the game and, although Pavel Pogrebnyak did pull one back in the 68th minute, it was not enough.
The bottom-placed Tykes finished with 10 men following Marcus Tudgay's 84th-minute dismissal, but they held on.
The two other sides in the bottom three, Yeovil and Sheffield Wednesday, also both lost.
Wednesday were beaten 2-1 at home by Bournemouth.
The visitors led 2-0 at the break through goals from Matt Ritchie and Lewis Grabban and Jacques Maghoma's 82nd-minute reply was too little, too late.
Deeney struck nine minutes from time to cancel out David McGoldrick's penalty.
The Argentinian, making his first league start of the campaign, opened the scoring before Albert Adomah added a second late on as the Lions saw a seven-game unbeaten run at The Den end.