Review and updated odds from Saturday's action in the Sky Bet Championship.
Sky Bet Championship results
Birmingham 1-0 Nottingham Forest
Cardiff 2-0 Brentford
Hull 2-2 Ipswich
Norwich 1-1 Barnsley
QPR 1-2 Aston Villa
Reading 0-2 Wolves
Sheffield Wednesday 0-0 Bristol City
Sunderland 2-2 Millwall
Fulham 1-1 Derby
Wolves leapfrogged Sheffield United back to the top of the Sky Bet Championship table thanks to a 2-0 win at Reading.
United's win at Burton on Friday saw them reach the summit but Wolves responded immediately as Ivan Cavaleiro's 16th-minute goal and Matt Doherty's late clincher proved enough.
Cardiff remain in hot pursuit and saw off Brentford 2-0 thanks to goals from Joe Ralls (eight) and Danny Ward (36).
Chris Coleman will take over a Sunderland side still looking for a home win in 2017.
Coleman resigned as Wales boss on Friday and is due to take the Sunderland job vacated by Simon Grayson, but knows he will be taking on a fight against a second successive relegation.
The Black Cats have not won at home this year and extended that record with a 2-2 draw against Millwall.
Lewis Grabban capitalised on a rejuvenated mood at the Stadium of Light and put the home side ahead, but George Saville scored twice in four minutes to turn it around after errors from goalkeeper Robbin Ruiter.
But a howler from opposite number Jordan Archer allowed Adam Matthews to at least give Coleman something to build on.
A late goal from Jordan Spence earned Ipswich a 2-2 draw at struggling Hull.
Town led through David McGoldrick but were pegged back by Jarrod Bowen and Nouha Dicko. When McGoldrick missed a penalty it looked like it might not be the visitors' day but Spence equalised with two minutes left.
Josh Murphy put Norwich ahead at home to Barnsley, but they earned a 1-1 draw thanks to Harvey Barnes, while Albert Adomah's brace helped Aston Villa reply to Jamie Mackie's opener and beat QPR 2-1.
Che Adams' fifth-minute goal earned Birmingham a 1-0 win over Nottingham Forest and Sheffield Wednesday and Bristol City drew 0-0.
In the late kick-off, Derby missed an opportunity to break into the top six after they were held to a 1-1 draw at Fulham.
The Cottagers took the lead through Oliver Norwood, before Matej Vydra equalised in the second half.