Wolves and Charlton are now both just one game away from confirming their departures from the Championship with Wolves going up and Charlton heading in the other direction.

Wolves won at Derby to go six points clear at the top and one more win would see them back in the Premier League they left in 2004. Down at the bottom, Charlton cannot afford to drop another point or their relegation will be confirmed. Who will go down with them should be two from the next four.

With Burnley's defeat at Cardiff came a lifeline for Preston and Swansea who both won in South Yorkshire. They still trail the Clarets by four points with three games to go and it still looks as though one win will do it for us.

All the Easter Monday results and stats are below along with the leading scorers, each club's disciplinary record and the next set of fixtures.

The Easter Monday Results

Monday 13th April

Barnsley 1 Swansea 3

Derby 2 Wolves 3

Birmingham 1 Plymouth 1

Doncaster 0 Preston 2

Blackpool 2 Reading 2

Norwich 2 Watford 0

Bristol City 1 Ipswich 1

QPR 3 Sheffield Wed 2

Cardiff 3 Burnley 1

Sheffield Utd 0 Nottingham Forest 0

Coventry 0 Charlton 0

Southampton 1 Crystal Palace 0

The Easter Monday Stats

Biggest win

Cardiff 3-1 v Burnley (home)
Swansea 3-1 v Barnsley (away)
Norwich 2-0 v Watford (home)

Total goals scored

31 (16 home - 15 away)

Player scoring most goals
2

Andy Keogh (Wolves)
Ross McCormack (Cardiff)

Highest Attendance

33,079 - Derby v Wolves

Lowest Attendance

7,722 - Blackpool v Reading

Total Yellow Cards

42

Total Red Cards

2

Most cards in a game

Birmingham v Plymouth (6Y 1R) - Michael Oliver

The leading scorers (league only)

24

Sylvan Ebanks-Blake (Wolves)

21

Ross McCormack (Cardiff)
Jason Scotland (Swansea)

18

Kevin Doyle (Reading)

16

Tommy Smith (Watford)

14

Rob Hulse (Derby)
Chris Iwelumo (Wolves)
Marcus Tudgay (Sheffield Wed)

13

Dexter Blackstock (Nottingham Forest) - 12 with QPR
Paul Gallagher (Plymouth)
Kevin Phillips (Birmingham)

12

James Beattie (Sheffield Utd)
Jay Bothroyd (Cardiff)
Jordi Gomez (Swansea)

11

Nick Bailey (Charlton)
Robert Earnshaw (Nottingham Forest)
Noel Hunt (Reading)
David McGoldrick (Southampton)
Nicky Maynard (Bristol City)
Martin Paterson (Burnley)
Tamas Priskin (Watford)

Hat Tricks (league only)

16th Aug

3 - Billy Sharp - SHEFFIELD UTD v Queens Park Rangers

30th Aug

3 - Kevin Doyle - READING v Crystal Palace

16th Sep

3 - Kevin Doyle - READING v Sheffield Wed

20th Sep

3 - Chris Iwelumo - Preston v WOLVES

21st Oct

3 -Leroy Lita - NORWICH v Wolves

3rd Feb

3 - Sylvan Ebanks-Blake - WOLVES v Norwich

Disciplinary Record (all games)

Club

Y

R

Club

Y

R

Barnsley

76

5

Norwich

56

6

Birmingham

64

5

Nottingham Forest

85

4

Blackpool

73

5

Plymouth

59

3

Bristol City

62

1

Preston

55

1

Burnley

78

7

QPR

69

4

Cardiff

40

6

Reading

62

5

Charlton

67

3

Sheffield Utd

58

4

Coventry

91

2

Sheffield Wed

54

5

Crystal Palace

76

4

Southampton

81

5

Derby

65

2

Swansea

75

3

Doncaster

61

2

Watford

61

2

Ipswich

76

4

Wolves

66

4

The Weekend Fixtures

Saturday 18th April

Charlton v Blackpool

Reading v Barnsley

Crystal Palace v Derby

Sheffield Wed v Southampton

Nottingham Forest v Coventry

Swansea v Bristol City

Plymouth v Doncaster

Watfprd v Birmingham

Preston v Cardiff

Wolves v QPR

Sunday 19th April

Ipswich v Norwich

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Monday 20th April

Burnley v Sheffield Utd

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