Football League: West Brom move top as Preston stay bottom

29 September 2018 05:31
Gayle crowns West Brom victory at DeepdalePortsmouth move back top of League OnePreston remain bottom of the the table after a 3-2 home defeat to West Brom, a result which sent Albion top. Jay Rodriguez put Darren Moore’s side ahead just after the break but Andrew Hughes levelled in the 71st minute, however, moments later Preston defender Ben Davies turned the ball into his own net. Dwight Gayle looked to have sealed the win but there was still time for Alan Browne to make the score look more respectable in injury time. Related: Jon Smith: football’s ‘original super-agent’ and a plan to bring fans on board Birmingham 2-2 IpswichBlackburn 2-2 Nottingham Forest Bolton 1-0 DerbyBrentford 2-2 ReadingHull 1-1 MiddlesbroughMillwall 2-3 Sheffield UnitedNorwich 1-0 WiganPreston 2-3 West BromSwansea 3-0 QPRRotherham L-L Stoke Related: Hearts maintain Premiership lead with win while Celtic see off Aberdeen Coventry 1-1 SunderlandAFC Wimbledon 2-1 Oxford UnitedBradford 0-0 Bristol RoversBurton Albion 0-0 Scunthorpe Fleetwood Town 1-3 Barnsley Luton 2-2 CharltonPeterborough 2-2 BlackpoolPlymouth Argyle 2-3 DoncasterRochdale 1-3 PortsmouthShrewsbury 2-2 GillinghamWalsall 0-1 Accrington StanleyWycombe 2-3 Southend Carlisle 0-1 StevenageCheltenham 0-2 LincolnColchester 1-2 BuryCrawley 3-1 YeovilGrimsby 1-2 MorecambeMacclesfield 1-1 Forest GreenMansfield 4-0 NorthamptonMK Dons 1-1 TranmereNewport County 4-2 Cambridge UnitedNotts County 2-1 Crewe AlexandraPort Vale 1-1 ExeterSwindon 0-0 Oldham Continue readingreadfullarticle

Source: TheGuardian