We take a closer look at who shone and who struggled after a busy few days in the second tier, which also saw a change of leadership at the top. Scroll down and flick though our picture gallery to see some of the stories you may have missed:
5. W: Mel Morris
Chairman chants flew back and forth between Boro and Derby fans following the recent Financial Fair Play row. Both Steve Gibson and Morris were lauded as 'one of our own', yet the Rams owner had the last laugh on Saturday afternoon. 'Gibson, Gibson, what's the score' sang the home fans following Derby's second goal at Pride Park.
Photo: Michael Regan
6. L: Bristol City
Lee Johnson's side looked set for a brief spell on top of the Championship after taking a 2-0 lead at Barnsley on Friday night. The hosts pulled one back with 13 minutes to go though, before striker Cauley Woodrow equalised in the final minute of stoppage-time.
Photo: George Wood
7. W: Preston
With reports linking manager Alex Neil to Stoke City, Preston did take their chance to go top of the table after a 1-0 win at Charlton on Sunday. Paul Gallagher's second-half penalty was the difference.
Photo: Linnea Rheborg
8. L: Fulham
It's been an up and down season for The Cottagers who suffered a resounding 3-0 home defeat to Hull on Saturday. "We weren't where we needed to be. We've had defeats this year but I felt we were flat today," said Fulham boss Scott Parker after the match.
Photo: Alex Pantling