Leicester 1 - 0 Barnsley


Matty Fryatt's second-half goal gave Leicester victory and left winless Barnsley bottom of the Championship.The Foxes went closest to scoring in an open first half when Lloyd Dyer rode two challenges and fired just wide. 
Barnsley threatened through Martin Devaney's long-range shot before Fryatt opened the scoring, latching on to a Richie Wellens pass and slotting home. 
By now, Leicester were dominating but the Tykes almost snatched an unlikely equaliser when Rob Kozluk fired wide.

Leicester boss Nigel Pearson:

"It was a tough game in many ways but I thought we thoroughly deserved our win."

Barnsley boss Simon Davey:
"Defeat is very disappointing. I thought there was very little between the teams."

Reading 1 - 3 Sheff Utd

An error by Reading keeper Adam Federici helped Sheffield United come from a goal down to beat the Royals.
Matthew Mills headed the home side in front but Stephen Quinn equalised when he side-footed in after Reading failed to clear their lines. 
Gylfi Sigurdsson's drive hit the post for Reading before Federici let Jamie Ward's speculative 25-yard shot through his grasp and into the goal. 
David Cotterill arrowed in a strike to seal victory for the Blades. 
Sheffield United manager Kevin Blackwell:
"We created some lovely goals and we looked a good side at times. It could have been five or six. Apart from a 20-minute spell when Reading scored we were dominant.
Reading boss Brendan Rodgers:
"I understand the fans' frustrations. They want to see their team winning and have just come to an end of a five-year cycle which brought much success.